Wednesday, October 18, 2017
PIRG Campus Action works to organize, amplify, and empower students as we tackle the issues that shape our future, and we are hiring for full-time positions as Campus Organizers.
We need to save the planet, defend the public interest, and protect consumers. To achieve that, we need to imagine what society should look like in the future, and we need to overcome opposition by special interests in the present to get there. The future belongs to young people. It's up to them to dream it up, and their idealism, energy, and vision will build the people power to make it a reality. Click here to apply today.
We know college students have the power to make a difference. From the Freedom Riders of the ‘60s to the voter registration drives of today ... from the anti-apartheid movement of the ‘80s to the drive for fossil fuel divestment now -- students are always pushing our communities, our country and our world forward.
With PIRG Campus Action, you’ll work with students who, like you, believe it’s our right, and responsibility to shape the future we all want. You’ll work with students to decide the strategies and tactics they’ll use to run campaigns that promote clean energy, public health, a stronger democracy and more.
We’re hiring for positions in California, Massachusetts, Oregon, New Jersey, North Carolina and a few other states.
Workshop Dates (Two dates):
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The Partnership for Public Service (PPS) and their team of experts from federal agencies will conduct the workshop and share deep-dive practical tips!
- How to Write Stunning Federal Resumes
- How to Apply Effectively through USAJOBS
- The Great Opportunity of a Pathways Internship (paid and can convert to job non-competitively)
- Learn deep-dive tips from federal and public sector experts!
***This event counts as a pre-approved event (for current Federal and Global Fellows)
The workshop will be useful for all levels of USAJOBS users (new user, need a refresher, or a seasoned users looking for extra tips). The panelists will impart deep-dive practical skills that are transferable to any jobs or settings.
If you have already created a USAJOBS/Federal Resume, feel free to bring it to the Workshop – our panelists have volunteered to offer quick feedback and tips for improvement!
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Are you interested in the art of repair? Do you have a cracked phone screen that needs replacement? Does a night of learning about fixing practices and ways to maintain your technologies sound like fun? Join DCC and the Sustainable Technologies Project for a screen repair workshop in the DCC Lab (PFH 0111) on ! You bring your phone and a replacement screen, and we'll provide the tools, knowledge, and confidence boosting to help you fix your own technology.
This event is open to all students, faculty, and staff of the Honors College, but space is limited to the first 15 people to sign up at ter.ps/dccrepair.
If you can't make this one, or space fills up quickly, we'll be holding more workshops later in the year as well! If you've always wanted to learn more about the art of repair but didn't know where to start, this is the perfect opportunity to gain the skills and confidence to start fixing other technologies you may have! Sign up today!
The study involves 3 sessions of 1 hour each on three separate, consecutive days.
What will I do? Complete questionnaires, computerized cognitive tasks, and vocabulary or grammar learning tasks.
Compensation: Earn $10 each for completing sessions 1 and 2 and $40 for completing session 3 ($60 total, overall rate of $20/hr).
Location: The study takes place in the Patapsco building near the College Park Metro (take Shuttle-UM 104 or pay $3/hr for parking).
How to sign up: Participants must complete an online pre-screen. For more information, visit “Language Learning: Vocabulary and Grammar (P1)” on the paid SONA site (https://umpsychology-paid.
Questions? Email us at TNT-VG@casl.umd.edu.
We are having our 4th GBM at in the Armory Room: #0135!! Our special guest speakers will be Dr. Milford Foxwell, an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of General Internal Medicine at the University of Maryland Medical Center. He also serves as Associate Dean for Admissions at the University of Maryland School Of Medicine. And, Dr. Sandra Quezada, an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland. She also serves as the Assistant Dean for Admissions, and is Course Director for the Medical Spanish course elective at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. This will be a great opportunity in networking and getting knowledge about the application process, the format of the medical school interviews, and ways in becoming a strong and competitive applicant. Come out and join us! Bring lots of questions! We look forward in seeing you all!!
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Event Location: Armory (Rm#: 0135)
Contact Person: Gabriela Navarro
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UMD Pre-Medical Society Executive Board