WestPacs – The largest job fair in Western PA

New Employers Register Every Day!

http://www.westpacs.org/

Over 150 employers are preparing to meet with you on October 14th for the Western PA Collegiate Job & Internship Fair in Monroeville, PA from 10am-3pm.

Comparing these registration numbers to last year, we are on track to have the largest fair in years!  To see a list of employers attending, .

Here is the running list of employers, for majors sought and company descriptions click here.

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Achievement Fund Applications Now Accepted for Spring or Summer 2016

If you are interested in applying for financial support for study or service abroad, an internship, or any other academic enrichment that you can justify for the Spring or Summer of 2016, now is the time to act.

Deadline for Achievement Fund Applications:  October 19th, 2015

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Pre-med Seminars – First Workshop (MCAT Advice)

Not sure about the medical school application process?

Have questions about the MCAT? When to take it or how to study?

Want advice on personal statements specifically for medical school?

Need to figure out what medical schools sound right for you?

I’m here to help! As a senior pre-medical student, I have struggled with the medical school application process. I want to help students applying next year or the year after that prepare for the application process, the MCAT, and selecting medical schools. All of these are difficult decisions and I would have liked more guidance.

 The first seminar will be Thursday September 17th, at 6pm in Weyandt Hall.

 If you have any questions (or suggestions) feel free to email Breanna Dominguez at fprs@iup.edu!

Volunteer with the Northern Appalachian Folk Festival

Hi Caleb!

I know that honor’s college students do a lot of great volunteer work.
Would you be willing to spread the word that we are seeking student
volunteers during the Folk Festival on Sept 11 and 12? You can find out
more info about this event here: http://northernappfolkfest.org/

If they are interested, they can contact me via email and I will add
them to our schedule. We have also had a student volunteer serve as
‘volunteer coordinator’ with great success in the past. If you know of a
great candidate to help out in that role, please let me know!

We need students to sign up for time during the following blocks.

Friday Sept 11
1 – 5 pm: Set up festival
4:30 – 5:00 – Walk with the Puppet Parade from the Artist’s Hand to
Philly and 6th street
5 – 10 pm: Assist at information booth and sell t-shirts and other
promotional items

Saturday Sept 12
9- 10 am: Set up Children’s Alley at IRMC Park on 7th st.
10 – 3: Assist at Children’s Alley
3 – 4: Take down Children’s Alley
10am – 10 pm: Assist at information booth, sell promotional items,
welcome visitors, keep festival clean and functioning
10 – 11 pm: take down festival booths, tables and chairs

Any help much appreciated!
Amanda


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Amanda Barrett Poole, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Sustainability Studies Co-director
Center for Northern Appalachian Studies Director
Office: McElhaney Hall G1K
Office Hours: T&Th 2-3:30, W 10-12
Office Phone: 724-357-2735
Mailing Address: 441 North Walk, Indiana PA 15705

American Culture and English (ACE) Tutors Needed

Please share with all students in your department.  Thank you!

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Looking for students to volunteer or as work study for our American Culture and English (ACE) tutoring program for the spring, summer, and fall 2015  semesters at the American Language Institute (ALI) http://www.iup.edu/ali

Please have a strong background in English language skills: reading, writing, grammar, listening, and speaking. Teaching/tutoring experience is preferred.  Aside from practicing and learning English, many of our students request information and experiences revolving around the American culture and university professional setting.

Attached is an application for ACE tutoring.  All applicants are instructed to drop off their application to the 2nd floor front desk for the American Language Institute in Eicher hall.  Please supply a resume/CV to indicate your experiences related to this position.

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IUP Philanthropy Day

Thursday, February 26, 2015
11AM to 2PM
Stapleton Library Commons, outside Java City

President Driscoll will lead a brief program, beginning at 12:30 PM.

Attendees will have the opportunity to write thank you notes to donors and enjoy refreshments. A photo booth will be available during the event, and those that write thank you notes will receive a free t-shirt, while supplies last.

For more information about IUP Philanthropy Day, visit:
http://www.iup.edu/newsItem.aspx?id=188927&blogid=20060

IUP Spring 2015 Career Fair

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Hadley Union Building (HUB), 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

For Students

The IUP Spring 2015 Career Fair provides an opportunity for students to explore jobs and internship opportunities in criminology, summer employment, government, and public service. The fair is open to employers in all fields seeking students from any of IUP’s more than 175 academic majors and certificate programs for full-time, part-time, seasonal, and internship employment. The Spring 2015 Career Fair combines the Summer Employment & Internship Fair and the Public Service Career Fair.

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IUP Career Development Center Open House

On Wednesday, September 19 the IUP Career
Development Center
will hold our annual open house in Pratt Hall from 1:30-4:00 pm.  This event is intended to introduce the IUP
community to all that the CDC offers to assist them with their
career
management issues, allow students, faculty and staff to meet our
staff, and
provide a good time for all.

In
addition to lots of valuable information, there will be food and
prizes, and,
of course, candy!  

Please don’t hesitate to contact Deb Stanley at dstanley@iup.edu if you have
any
questions about this event.