The Experiment in International Living is looking for exceptional educators to lead our immersive summer programs for high school students in 2014. These individuals will lead groups of typically 15 students on programs in over 20 countries in Europe, the Americas, Africa, and Asia. Ideal candidates will have a demonstrated interest in intercultural and experiential learning, in-depth experience living abroad, competency in the language of the host culture, and experience working with young people. We are currently accepting applications through February 15, 2014. For more information on becoming a group leader and instructions on how to apply, please visit http://www.experimentinternational.org.
Career (Re)Launch Workshop
Whether you’re looking to land your first job or transition to a new role after being in the workforce for several years, the UW Career Center can help guide you through your next move. The Career (Re)Launch Workshop combines three key job search workshops for alumni:
LinkedIn or Left Out?
How to build or improve an existing LinkedIn profile and use it effectively to network and gather career information.
Job Search Strategies
Learn about the most successful job search strategies, how to use them and tips for finding a job in a recovering economy.
Practical information and tips to help you ace any interview by exploring popular questions and how to answer them, interview preparation techniques and more.
Coffee and light refreshments provided by Starbucks.
||Thursday, Feb. 27
||Mary Gates Hall, Room 134
UW Career Center, Seattle Campus
||Free; advance registration encouraged.
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Tuesday, February 4th
1:30 – 4:30 pm
The HUB North Ballroom
Sponsored by: Sno-Isle Libraries, ExtraHop, Nordstrom, LiveAreaLabs, ADP/Cobalt, Costco , Forum One, and Allyis
This yearly career fair is an exciting opportunity for students to engage with employers interested in hiring a wide range of information technology and information science positions. Students will find job and internship opportunities in software development, application development, library science, taxonomy and Information Architecture, information technology consulting, user experience design, and much more.
The complete list of attendees includes:
The Boeing Company
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Forum One Communications
Group Health Cooperative
Kitsap Regional Library
Liberty Mutual Insurance
Northwest Justice Project
Partners for our Children
Puyallup Public Library
The Creative Group
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Online
Washington Talking Book & Braille Library
West Monroe Partners
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte has an exciting summer research experience for undergraduates. This is an expansion of our current Charlotte Research Scholars program (http://graduateschool.uncc.edu/current-students/charlotte-research-scholars) for non-UNC Charlotte students from under-represented backgrounds.
This program will provide 10 undergraduate students funding to participate in a 9-week research program. Scholars receive one-on-one, faculty-guided research training, and participate in weekly professional development sessions to better prepare them for graduate school and a future research career. The program culminates in the Summer Research Symposium, held on July 23rd in the Student Union. Additional details about the program are below.
Application deadline: 5:00 pm on Monday, February 24, 2014
Program length: May 26 to July 25 (9 weeks)
Eligibility: Undergraduates with a minimum GPA of 2.8 and between 50 and 90 credit hours by the end of spring 2014.
Compensation: Scholars will receive a $6,500 fellowship. Students will be housed on campus but must pay their housing fees directly, they can not be transferred from the fellowship compensation by UNC Charlotte.
Application: Apply here
Frequently Asked Questions:
· How much time are scholars expected to commit to their research project?
Scholars are expected to work full-time for the entire 9-weeks. They will spend approximately 3-4 hrs/week away from the project in order to participate in professional development activities.
· How will the scholars be selected?
The ADVANCE Faculty Affairs and Diversity Office’s Expanded CRS admissions committee will attempt to match the most qualified students with research projects that are of interest to them. Students that meet the minimum GPA requirements will be further evaluated with respect to grades in specific subjects that are close to the field of research as well as other materials submitted and letters of recommendations.
To facilitate matching, students are asked to provide information regarding the types of research in which they are most interested. If a match is identified, the faculty member will be contacted to see if there is interest in the applicant.
· What materials are required beyond the application form?
A copy of your transcripts and two recommendation letters are required. At least one recommendation should be from a science teacher/professor.
· Whom do I contact if I have additional questions?
ADVANCE Faculty Affairs and Diversity Office (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Applications are encouraged from students who wish to learn to conduct research in a modern academic research laboratory under the guidance of experienced scientists and engineers and experiment in real classroom environments.
· How many positions are available?
UNC Charlotte can accommodate as many as 10 positions in 2014.
We are actively recruiting applicants for our Blinks – REU – BEACON program for this summer. We plan to host approximately ten students who will participate in a hands-on marine science research internship at University of Washington’s Friday Harbor Laboratories. We pay all expenses including round trip travel, room and board, and a monthly stipend of $1000. The program runs eight weeks starting June 16, 2014. To receive REU funding, students must be US citizens or permanent residents AND be matriculated undergraduates, i.e. no post-baccalaureate students can receive REU funding.
The application deadline is March 1. Please forward this email to students who might be interested.
- NASA national internships – One Stop Shopping Initiative (OSSI)
NASA is currently recruiting talented college undergraduate students, who are pursuing Science Technology Engineering Math (STEM) degrees, for summer internships at NASA centers around the country.
The summer internship application is open and closes on March 1, 2014.
To apply visit the following URL:
Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium
Johnson Hall room 141
- 2014 Academic High-Altitude Conference
This is the 5th anniversary of this event and is hosted by the Department of Space Studies in the North Dakota Space Grant Consortium. This event takes place from June 23-27, 2014.
Visit the following URL to learn more about this opportunity:
- Reminder – $10,000 Astronaut Scholarship Foundation
UW STEM Students,
A kind reminder that the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation (ASF) is offering a competitive $10,000 scholarship for University of Washington students who are in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math (STEM) disciplines. Awardees will receive funding for their 2014-2015 academic year. A scientist/professor must send your nomination packet to Space Grant by February 7, 2014.
Be proactive and review the following URL for application details:
You may contact me regarding this opportunity at email@example.com. Answers to Frequently Asked Questions may be found at the provided link above.
Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium
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Future Orientation Leaders,
Calling all Student Leaders! Do YOU…….
• Want to help new students?
• Want to get involved?
• Want an on-campus job this summer?
• Want to teach a university class?
• Want to earn good money?
• Want free food?
Congratulations—you have found the right place!
First Year Programs is looking for talented UW undergraduates for the 2014 Orientation Leader Staff!
Orientation Leaders play a vital role in the orientation process, working closely with new students and their families on a wide variety of topics including academics, student involvement, housing options, and more. Orientation Leaders work during summer quarter and are paid 30-40/hrs per week.
Click Here for More Information: http://fyp.washington.edu
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or come to one of the information sessions below with any questions.
Orientation Leader Information Sessions:
· Thurs., 1/9: 4:00pm in MGH 120 (FYP)
· Mon., 1/13: 4:00pm in ECC Room 306
· Wed., 1/15: 4:00pm in Commuter Common HUB 141
· Fri., 1/17: 4:00pm in FMGH 120 (FYP)
· Tues., 1/21 2:00pm in ECC Room 306
· Thurs., 1/23: 2:00pm in MGH 120 (FYP)
· Fri., 1/24: 2:00pm in Commuter Commons HUB 141
The application deadline is Sunday, January 26th
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Future FIG Leaders,
Apply to become a FIG Leader! The First-year Interest Groups Program is looking for outstanding students like you to be FIG Leaders for Autumn 2014!
The program is looking for students from all departments who are UW-Seattle undergraduates with strong organizational skills (i.e., not over-committed), and a genuine interest in working with freshmen as they face the challenges and opportunities presented to them as new students.
**Having been in a FIG is not required.
As a FIG Leader, students will develop a deeper connection to the University while developing transferable skills in public speaking, discussion facilitation, lesson plan development, and principles of instructional leadership. All of these skills will be utilized while instructing a class of 15-25 freshmen enrolled in General Studies 199.
Training will take place during Spring quarter 2014. FIG Leaders are eligible to receive up to 6 credits (3 in spring and 3 in autumn) for their commitments to the program, which includes both training for and teaching the General Studies 199 course in autumn quarter.
To download an application and for more information refer to our website: http://fyp.washington.edu/become-a-student-leader/fig-leaders/
The application deadline is Sunday, January 26th at 11:59 pm
For more information please attend one of our information sessions listed below or email email@example.com
FIG Information Sessions:
· Thurs., 1/9: 3:30pm in MGH 120 (FYP)
· Mon., 1/13: 3:30pm in ECC Room 306
· Wed., 1/15: 3:30pm in Commuter Common HUB 141
· Fri., 1/17: 3:30pm in MGH 120 (FYP)
· Tues., 1/21 1:30pm in ECC Room 306
· Thurs., 1/23: 1:30pm in MGH 120 (FYP)
· Fri., 1/24: 1:30pm in Commuter Commons HUB 141
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Are you interested in Statistics? Do you like helping out your fellow classmates?
If so then you want to apply for the CLUE Statistics Drop-in Tutor position. Please read the job description attached or on our website for Drop-in Tutors to see if you qualify. If you want to apply please send your resume, cover letter, and copy of your unofficial transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to apply is Sunday January 19th
Drop-In Tutor Description
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Employers are hiring! Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to get connected and find out about jobs and internships!
What: DIVERSITY CAREER FAIR
When: THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 2014
Where: University of Washington, Husky Union Building (HUB) Ballroom
All Majors: Business, Engineering, Liberal Arts & the Sciences
All Class Levels: Freshman – PhD
Dress: Business Casual
SOMETHING FOR ALL UW students!
List of participating companies
Resume writing assistance and help preparing for the career fair available at the UW Career Center (134 Mary Gates Hall)
*Resume Writing & Cover Letter Workshop – 1/7/14, 3:30-4:30PM
*Career Fair Success – 1/13/14, 1:30-2:30PM
*Same-Day Session (Resume Review) – 10AM-3PM, Monday thru Friday
If you need special accommodations please contact the Disability Service Office at email@example.com
Voice: 206-543-6450 or 206-543-6452 (TTY)
Career Fair Questions: Alpha Diallo (UW NSBE) firstname.lastname@example.org
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