Wednesday, October 18, 2017


Annapolis Hall Multipurpose Room (HBK1108)
Oct 25, 2017, 4:30 PM
You know the drill. The Sharks have the last word.
Students solve real world problems in teams and compete for prizes and the #FEARLESSINCLUSION award. Bring a team or pair up on the spot. Major employers/business orgs* will judge your idea or product and deliver the verdict.

Students' teams will choose a real world problem to solve. Teams will move to a separate space to plan, devise, and strategize about their solution. They will return to the Shark Tank to pitch their ideas/products in 5 minute presentations to our employer judges.

Employers will then confer and pick a winner. This event is for ALL students.

Pizza and drinks for all!

RSVP and further info at:

Job Opportunities for Graduating Seniors

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.

Click here to apply!

Academic Success & Career Building Workshop - 10/19

Deep Dive into Federal Resumes, USAJOBS, and Pathways Internships - 10/19 or 23

Workshop Dates (Two dates):
Thursday, October 19th, (7:00p.m.-8:20p.m.), Location: Tawes Hall, Room 1310
Monday, October 23rd, (7:00p.m.-8:20p.m.), Location: Tawes Hall, Room 1310

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

Want to learn how to repair your cracked phone screen? Sign up for this DCC workshop!

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 Wednesday, November 1st at 7:30pm! 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

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!

Participate in Language Learning: Vocabulary and Grammar Study!

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 (
Questions? Email us at

Pre-Medical Society Meeting

We are having our 4th GBM at 6:30PM 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!!

Event Date: Tuesday October 17, 2017
Event Start Time: 6:30PM
Event Location: Armory (Rm#: 0135)
Contact Person: Gabriela Navarro
Contact Email:

UMD Pre-Medical Society Executive Board

Spread Hummus Not Hate

Monday, October 16, 2017

AIM at Melanoma Education Event-- 10/22, 11:00-3:00; FREE FOOD!

Please join the AIM at Melanoma Foundation's UMD Chapter for this FREE educational event to raise awareness about Melanoma and other forms of cancer. There will be a guest speaker from the Johns Hopkins University Hospital, as well as prizes, giveaways, trivia, and FREE FOOD!" More information at:

Friday, October 13, 2017

National Endowment for the Humanities and Maryland Humanities Visit Day - 10/27

October 27, 10-11:30am in 1102J Francis Scott Key Hall

We are hosting a public talk and individual 1:1 meetings with program officers from the National Endowment for the Humanities and Maryland Humanities. Marilyn Hatza, Program Officer for Grants and Strategic Partnerships at Maryland Humanities, will be joined by Dr. David Weinstein, Senior Program Officer from the NEH Division of Public Programs, and Dr. Claudia Kinkela, Senior Program Officer from the NEH Division of Research. This is a valuable opportunity for faculty to hear about the grant processes, funding priorities, and grant seeking guidance of NEH and MH, and to ask pertinent questions related to your work.  In addition, faculty who have a specific proposal idea that fits within the granting opportunities of either institution and are intending to submit proposals in the coming year are welcome to schedule individual 20-minute meetings with either representative in afternoon meetings held 2pm-4pm. Please RSVP for the public talk and/or an individual meeting.

How to Craft an Impactful Life in the Community and in the Political Arena--the Versatility of a Law Degree! - 10/17

RSVP link below!

When: Tuesday, October 17, 12:30-1:30 p.m.  (With lunch!)
Where: Marie Mount Hall 2407

Featured Speaker: Paul Monteiro, UMD alumnus.  Past positions include National Director, AmeriCorps VISTA; Acting Director, Community Relations Service, U.S. Department of Justice; Public Engagement Advisor, The White House; Deputy Director of Religious Affairs, Presidential Inaugural Committee; etc. Paul currently serves as Chief of Staff for the President of Howard University, and he is also running for County Executive in Prince George’s.  At UMD, Paul has given Honors seminars, gave a blockbuster keynote speech for the Honors Convocation last year, and gave a galvanizing keynote speech for the inaugural meeting of the Federal and Global Fellows Alumni Group!  Paul also received a citation from the National Security Council for his work on international projects including the Global Entrepreneurship Summit and refugee resettlement.

Paul Monteiro will talk with students about his career—including working at the White House and for AmeriCorps—and about his passion for politics and public service.  He will give tips for success and for making a difference in the world.  He will be very open to questions of all kinds! 

He also has internship opportunities and can talk about how to craft successful internship (and job) applications!

Event cosponsored by the Federal and Global Fellows Programs with CAPC, the Center for American Politics and Citizenship!

Please RSVP here: RSVP 

Live Entrepreneurship with the Hinman CEOs Program

Applications for Fall 2018 due 11/12 via

As the nation’s first living-learning entrepreneurship experience, the Hinman CEOs Program selects entrepreneurially-minded students from all academic disciplines to join a unique community to explore and practice innovation. Students live together, learn about entrepreneurship, and can launch new ventures. The mission of the Hinman CEOs Program is to foster an entrepreneurial spirit, create a sense of community and cooperation, and develop ethical leaders.

Applications are open until November 12th for freshmen and sophomore students of all majors to join the fall 2018 cohort. 

To learn more, visit

Thursday, October 12, 2017

The Undergraduate Student Legal Aid Office is now accepting applications for our Spring 2018 internship

Considering a law-related career? Interested in gaining
hands-on legal experience while earning credit?

Apply for the Spring 2018 Internship with the Undergraduate
Student Legal Aid Office!

Our internship is on campus. Interns earn 3 credits which
include office hours and a weekly class taught by the attorney.

For more information, stop by our office in Suite 3125 of the
South Campus Dining Hall or call 301-314- 7756.

Our internship fulfills the internship requirement for the MLAW

Applications are now available. Visit our website:

Applications are due Tuesday October 31, 2017.

Our office offers free legal advice to all undergraduate students.

Interns must be undergraduates and have completed 56 credit hours at
the beginning of the internship.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Info Session with Global Health (Individual Studies) UMD Honors Alumnus Aaron Shapiro

Former Global Health Corps Fellow in Rwanda
Current Medical Student for MD at Brown University; MPH at Johns Hopkins
National Health Service Corps Scholar

Where: 2407 Marie Mount Hall 
Where: October 11, Wednesday12:30-1:30 p.m.

Topics include: How to win fellowships, acquire useful experience, and pursue meaningful career in health care!  Aaron's focus is providing quality healthcare to people struggling with addiction, sex workers, people in and out of incarceration, and transgender people. 

Aaron Shapiro graduated from UMD, College Park in 2011 with a major in Global Health and a minor in International Development and Conflict Management. He was one of the original Global Health Corps Fellows--in Rwanda. Aaron is currently getting his MD at Brown University and MPH at Johns Hopkins. 

He is a National Health Service Corps Scholar going into primary care. His focus is providing quality healthcare to people struggling with addiction, sex workers, people in and out of incarceration, and transgender people. 

Aaron is also the founder of Citizen Physicians, a non-partisan, non-issue-based start up organization dedicated to training the next generation of health care practitioners in effective civic engagement.

Law School Fair - 10/24

This event provides a unique opportunity for students and alumni considering law school to meet face to face with law school admissions representatives from across the country. Nearly 100 law schools typically attend this event.

Event Date and Time:
Tuesday, October 24, 2017 - 11:00am to 2:00pm

Location: Grand Ballroom - Stamp Student Union

Suggested attire: Business Casual

The University of Maryland's Pre-Law Advising Office within Letters and Sciences is partnering with the University Career Center & The President's Promise to present this
Law School Fair. This event is open to not only University of Maryland students but also students and alumni from around the Baltimore/Washington, D.C. area.

For additional information about this event:
Contact Greg Shaffer at or 

Neil Dhingra at .

Please contact Alicia Montague at the University Career Center & The President's Promise ( or 301.314.7239) at least two weeks prior if you need to request accessibility accommodations for this event.

National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) Applications Open - Deadline 10/27

Applications for the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) are open until October 27th! NRHH is an honor society comprised of on-campus leaders who are dedicated to recognizing their peers and serving their community. Membership is open to campus residents who have demonstrated leadership and a commitment to these values. Honors students frequently make excellent candidates! Please email with any questions, and the application can be found here:

Discussion: White Supremacy: Ideology, Presence & Impact - 10/23

Join GVPT/SOCY professors for a discussion on white supremacy, its impact on communities of color, white identity, Charlottesville and the rise of violent social movements, the normalization of white nationalist ideology, and more!

Humanity First UMD Chipotle Fundraiser - 10/12

Date/Time: Thursday, October 12 from 5PM - 9PM
Location: Chipotle on Route 1! (7332 Baltimore Ave., College Park, MD 20740)

No need to present a paper flier, you can present the flier on your phone (before you pay!). 50% of all sales will go towards buying textbooks for students in Haiti!

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

On Campus Interviews: Non-Profit Organizations - Deadline 10/22

On Wednesday, November 15 & Thursday, November 16, non-profits seeking spring 2018 interns will take over the University Career Center to conduct interviews with UMD students interested in their internships!

To apply, click on the job title. You will then be asked to log in with your UMD Directory ID and password. You may apply to as many internships that are of interest to you.

In order to be considered for an interview, you must apply through Careers4Terps by Sunday, October 22 at 11:59p.m.

If selected for an interview, you will sign up for an interview timeslot beginning Tuesday, October 31 in Careers4Terps under the "On-Campus Interviews (OCI)" tab.

Questions not addressed in the information above? Contact:
Erica Ely
Program Director, Internships
University Career Center & The President's Promise