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"The Latin America and the Caribbean Region's Public Sector Unit (LCSPS) is seeking a Junior Professional Associate (JPA) to be based in Washington, DC."
"Interested candidates should send the Curriculum Vitae and a motivation letter,
specifying “LCSPS JPA Position” on or before April 10, 2013 to Brianna Rojas-Elton at firstname.lastname@example.org."
Please see attached
for more information.
Stewardship & Sustainability is currently looking for a student web
developer to work on our sustainability map interface. Please share this
announcement and the attached description with students who may be
interested. Apply on Husky Jobs, use ID # 65775 to find the posting. See
PDF for more information.
Jumpstart is holding our
second Story Time! We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to commit to
attending one (or more) of our Story Times at the Douglass-Truth Library
in Capitol Hill. At this event volunteers will be helping preschool-age
children take part in a fun activity following a large group reading.
Story Time will be held on the second Monday of every month
on April 8, May 13, and June 10, from 10:15 to 11:30am at the
Douglass-Truth Library. We look forward to seeing lots of
new and returning volunteers.
Please reply to email@example.com with the date you are available to volunteer.
Jumpstart Seattle at the University of Washington
Mary Gates Hall 171, Box 352803
Seattle, Washington 98195-2803
NEW (National Education for Women) Leadership at the
University of Washington Seattle is recruiting for our June 2013
Institute. Please feel free to forward this widely to local UW
departments and schools in the Puget Sound Region.
Apply online for
the June 2013 Institute at the following link:https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/newlead/141358
What is NEW
National Education for Women’s (NEW) Leadership is an intensive six-day
institute open to undergraduate and graduate women attending two-year or
four-year institutions in the region or to those with residence in
The NEW Leadership curriculum is designed to:
Cultivate leadership skills
· Teach women about the realities of politics
and policy making
· Learn how
to be an effective part of the political process
participants with women leaders who make a difference in civic life and
the public sphere
students explore the demands and rewards of leadership in a diverse
students to practice leadership through action
During the Institute students will:
Meet with interesting and active women who are
leaders in their communities, in non-profit organizations, in
the local and state government, and businesses
· Receive skills training on public speaking,
fundraising, negotiation & conflict resolution, diversity and
valuable social networks with peers and mentors
Graduates of the Institute will receive information and assistance to help
them continue to grow as leaders through involvement with the NEW
“I feel like I have received so much
useful information that I can go out and conquer the world.” – Tanisha T.
NEW Leadership Institute will be held from Monday, June 17th – Saturday,
June 22nd at the University of Washington- Seattle campus. Please contact
us at firstname.lastname@example.org or
call 206-685-1090 with
questions regarding the program.
for the June 2013 Institute at the following link: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/newlead/141358
NEW (National Education for Women's)
Leadership Puget Sound
"Empowering the next generation of women leaders"
Phone: 206.685.1090 | Fax: 206.685.4490
Mailing Address: Cunningham Hall, Box 353070, Seattle, WA 98195
Early Identification Program
173G Mary Gates Hall - Box 352803
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195-5845