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Monthly Archives: November 2010

Rings, Regalia and other reminders!!

November 30, 2010 - Jostens will be on campus December 2nd and 3rd in the Rose Parlor on the first floor of Main Hall between 12pm and 6pm. This is a perfect opportunity to purchase a class ring or purchase some regalia for your big day. This Saturday is the Winter Ball in Social Hall from 8pm to 12am. Dont forget to attend the Dean’s List ceremony on December 8th in Social Hall from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. There will be refreshments and remarks from one of our SGA members. Continue reading
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Are you a Senior in Trinity’s SPS? Check this out!

November 29, 2010 - At Trinity, undergraduates achieve senior status once they have completed 92 credits in their degree program. This is an important benchmark for you and comes with class rings, Cap and Gown weekend, convocation and other events. It is an exciting time and you can see the finish line. It will now also be accompanied by a senior ‘check in’ with your academic advisor. This meeting will give you an opportunity to make sure that you are right on track to graduate. You will be able to plan most, if not all, of your final semesters at Trinity with your advisor. … Continue reading
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Senior Seminar Clarifications and New Spring 2011 Classes

November 29, 2010 - Attention students! We now officially have over 70 students majoring in Criminal Justice (yay!), so the HUMR/SOCY 499 Senior Seminar class will be split in two. Human Relations students will register for HUMR 499 Senior Seminar in Term 1. Criminal Justice students should register for SOCY 499 in the ALT Weekly format only. The content of each class will be adjusted to focus on the two different majors. Newly Added Classes: SSC 107/section 2 Weekly            Social Science Writing     Saturdays            1:00pm to 3:30pm SOCY 421/section 1 Alt Weekly Sociological Theory          Saturdays            8:30am to 12:00pm BADM 221/section … Continue reading
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Exhibit and Recital from Trinity’s Fine Arts Department

November 29, 2010 - Please join us for the end of semester Fine Arts Exhibition and Recital this Wednesday, December 1st. Our schedule is as follows: 3-6 Student Art Exhibition in O’Connor Auditorium PLEASE NOTE: There will be a special presentation during the exhibition of THE ARTIST SPEAKS: SEVEN SONGS FOR PIANO AND VOICE Poems and Drawings by Gene Markowski, Music by Sharon Guertin Shafer, Professor Emerita to be held at 4:00 Other events: 5-6 Dance Recital in Social Hall 6:30 Piano and Voice Recital in O’Connor Auditorium  Come help us celebrate the talent of our students. Refreshments will be served. Continue reading
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Career Transition Trainer Needed

November 29, 2010 - CAREER TRANSITION TRAINER POSITION SUMMARY:Delivers employability skills training to prepare clients for successful job search, employment, or further education and training opportunities. Helps clients learn how to obtain employment and access resources and services that will assist them in a smooth transition to the workforce. Note: This position is full-time temporary with benefits.  This is a grant funded position and can end anytime before January 31, 2012 Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Delivers employability skills training program including a culturally relevant curriculum, outline, lesson plans, job placement strategies, and calendar. Primarily focus on soft skills (e.g., communication, problem solving, critical thinking, … Continue reading
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Town Hall Meeting at THEARC

November 29, 2010 - You are invited! Monday, November 29th 7:00 (doors open @ 6pm). The ARC Theatre 1901 Mississippi Avenue, SE Washington, DC – 19 November 2010 – The Public Media Corps announces plans to launch the first installment of its Town Hall Series  – Why You and Wi-Fi – a discussion to promote and educate communities East of the River about the benefits and opportunities of broadband adoption. The first town hall will kickoff on Monday, November 29th at THEARC theater located at 1901 Missisippi Ave, SE. Doors open at 6pm – it’s free and open to the public. The Public Media … Continue reading
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Internship in DOJ’s Civil Rights Office- Perfect for MSAs

November 29, 2010 - Policy and Strategy Section (POL) The Division’s Policy and Strategy Section is a newly established section that supports and coordinates the Division’s legislative, policy, regulatory, guidance and human rights programs, working with the Division’s other sections to generate proactive policy development and legislative proposals. The Section reviews and/or prepares legislative proposals, testimony, and reports to be presented to Congress, and drafts and/or coordinates responses to requests from Congress, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), and other federal agencies on pending and proposed legislation. The Office also reviews and recommends regulations, executive orders, reports on compliance with international human rights … Continue reading
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Executive Director needed for Native American Org

November 29, 2010 - WIND RIVER DEVELOPMENT FUND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR The Wind River Development Fund is a private, 501(c)3, native community development financial institution (CDFI) that provides financial opportunities to stimulate economic development on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming. DESCRIPTION: The Executive Director is responsible for leading the organization in all areas including financial management, human resources, marketing, operations, program development, fund raising and grant management. Position is full-time with benefits.  QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelors degree in business or related field and five years experience in management OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience in community development is preferred. TO APPLY: Please … Continue reading
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Are you checking your Trinity email?

November 23, 2010 - I know that we send you a lot of notices about jobs, cultural events, activities on campus and general reminders. Since your Trinity email is the only official mode of communication amongst staff, students and faculty, it is your link to our community. Once it gets full, you stop getting this vital information. Did you know that you can configure your cell phone, PDA or iPad to recieve your Trinity email? Check out the procedures at http://www.trinitydc.edu/it/google-apps/ and get connected! Continue reading
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Pre- Thanksgiving Thoughts

November 23, 2010 - As you prepare to travel and feast with your loved ones, please do not forget that finals are right around the corner. Enjoy your time and fellowship fully, and try to sneak in a moment or two of study. You might even want to dabble online and register for your Winter and Spring classes in Self Service (they are filling up fast!). December graduates know that their exciting day is on the horizon. December 16th will be here before you know it. Please make sure to have all of your official transcripts in from other institutions (if needed), RSVP for the ceremony … Continue reading
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