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Monthly Archives: February 2011

Love Science? Want to be a writer? Check out this program

February 28, 2011 -  AAAS Minority Science Writers’ Internship  Location: Washington, D.C. June – mid-August, 2011 (10 weeks) Eligibility Criteria: Be enrolled in an academic program, as an undergraduate student, at the time of application • Minority undergraduate with a serious interest in science writing • Preference given to those students pursuing a degree in journalism • You must be a college undergraduate at the time you submit your application. Telephone interviews are conducted with semi-finalists in March. All candidates will be notified of the outcome by 15 April. This internship program is for students interested in pursuing careers in science journalism. Students … Continue reading
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NAACP Job Fair Tomorrow!!

February 28, 2011 - NAACP Professional and Executive Diversity Job Fair When: Tuesday, March 1, 2011; 10:00 am – 3:00 pm                                                 Where:  Embassy Suites Crystal City – 1300 Jefferson Davis Hwy – Arlington, VA 22202 The Professional & Executive Diversity Job Fair is free and open to anyone with a 4-year degree or above regardless of ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, etc. For more information, please review the attached flyer and visit Continue reading
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Summer Employment with the Architect of the Capital

February 28, 2011 -   Architect of the Capitol 2011 Summer Employment Program Please review the website for information on the 2011 Summer Employment Program at the Architect of the Capitol. If interested, you will need to apply on line at or  The application deadline is March 4, 2011.  If you plan to apply, please do not wait to the last minute to do so. Good luck in your efforts to find an internship. Continue reading
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Delta Sigma Theta Scholarships for Males and Females- Apply by March 4th!

February 28, 2011 - Delta Sigma Theta Scholarships for Males and Females Each year, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Fort Washington Alumnae Chapter (FWAC), a service sorority, awards scholarships to graduating high school students from Southern Prince George’s County and Charles County who have demonstrated a significant level of academic success, social awareness, and community involvement, as they pursue their goal of higher education.  This year, FWAC will award a total of $17,000.  The awards will be at least $1000. The Scholarship Committee will evaluate candidates based on community service, academic achievement, a personal statement, a written essay, an interview, and letters of recommendation.  … Continue reading
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Apply Today! AFSCME/UNCF/Harvard Union Scholars Program

February 28, 2011 -   AFSCME/UNCF/Harvard LWP Union Scholars Program Sponsor: American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME); United Negro College Fund (UNCF); Harvard Law School Labor and Worklife Program Website: Program brochure (PDF file): Dates: Summer 2011 (10 weeks) Eligibility Criteria: Second-semester sophomore or junior during the application and interview process • Major in Ethnic Studies, Women’s Studies, Labor Studies, American Studies, Sociology, Anthropology, History, Political Science, Psychology, Social Work, Economics, or Public Policy • Minimum 2.5 GPA • Identify as a person of color, including: African American, Hispanic American, Asian Pacific Islander American and American Indian/Alaskan Native; • … Continue reading
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Want to work in Intelligence? Check out this summer seminar!

February 28, 2011 -  MEDIA RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ODNI News Release No. 3-11 February 14, 2011   ODNI TO OFFER 3RD ANNUAL SUMMER SEMINAR FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN IC CAREERS The Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s (ODNI) National Security Analysis & Intelligence Summer Seminar (NSAISS) soon will be accepting applications for a two-week residential summer program July 10-22 in Washington, D.C. The residential seminar will introduce participants to the Intelligence Community. Individuals will interact with senior officials, current intelligence analysts and private sector experts to explore intelligence disciplines, methodologies and substantive topics through a curriculum of lectures, panels, case studies, … Continue reading
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Are You Interested in Working for the US Marshals Service? See below

February 25, 2011 - I am pleased to inform you that we are officially a university partner with the US Marshals Service. In case you are not familiar with them, you will find more information below. You must be a student majoring in criminal justice, political science, psychology, public administration, sociaology or a social science with a concentration in one of the majors listed. We expect that our Human Relations degree will also suffice and will verify that soon. Applications are due to the Dean of the School of Professional Studies on March 18, 2011 at 6pm. For more information about the US Marshall Service, … Continue reading
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Do we have class tonight? So far- YES!!!

February 25, 2011 - The library is experiencing a power outage and is closed for the evening. ISYS 221/222 has been moved from Library ETLI to Main 238 for tonight. There are significant delays on the red line since there is a utility pole down across the line at New York Avenue. Please be advised as this will cause delays for students and faculty. Be patient with one another. Please stay tuned to your Trinity email/twitter elerts for updates. If the university loses power and has to close the campus for the evening, notifications will also be on the website, local television and radio … Continue reading
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Lecture Series on Langston Hughes and Stephen Salters

February 25, 2011 -  The Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts (CAAPA) in partnership with The Washington Chorus Education Outreach effort host a series of lectures highlighting a Langston Hughes poem and African American baritone Stephen Salters. “Gospel Cha Cha” is one of Langston Hughes’ last poems written during the Harlem Renaissance. He wrote many others, but this one in particular must have struck a chord with world renowned composer and educator Elena Reuhr. She has taken the African American legend’s work, set it to music and will talk about the creative process, along with the historical and social relevance of the … Continue reading
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Vice President of Knowledge Sharing- Philly

February 25, 2011 - Vice President, Knowledge Sharing Supervisor’s Title: Executive Vice President, Knowledge Sharing Position Summary and Essential Functions The primary responsibility of the VP, Knowledge Sharing is to manage Membership, oversee elements of the annual OFN Conference, and work with the EVP to develop and manage other Knowledge Sharing programs. The essential functions of the position are: Membership: Promote Membership, evaluate Membership applications, and make recommendations for modifying Membership processes and policies. OFN Conference: Manage designated elements of the OFN Conference, for example, communications with session presenters, the trade show, the Justice Grant, and session tracks. Other Peer Learning: Organize designated peer … Continue reading
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