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Monthly Archives: April 2011

Get a Head Start on the May Term!

April 7, 2011 - I know that many of you (about 100 or so) are taking May term courses to get ahead by three credits. It is the perfect opportunity to gather 3 credits toward graduation in a compressed timeframe. This year, the May term for SPS will begin on Monday, May 23rd and end on Friday, May 27th. Classes will last from 9am to 5pm each day, with a break for lunch. This compressed term works well for the busy student who can take one week off of work to focus on their education. I would like to stress, however, that you should … Continue reading
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Washington Wizards Career Fair on April 11th. First 300 people get free tickets to the game!

April 6, 2011 - Washington Wizards Career Fair                     Free Event          VERIZON CENTER  ON MONDAY, APRIL 11,   CAREER FAIR  2:30 – 5:00 pm           Wizards vs Celtics   7:00pm From: Steve Zarick [mailto:szarick@monumentalsports.com] Sent: Wednesday, April 06, 2011 3:51 PM To: Vivian Wilds Subject: FW: Washington Wizards Career Fair Good afternoon! I have some great news that hopefully you can share with the students at Trinity.  Thanks to a generous sponsor, we are no longer requiring the purchase of a Wizards vs. Celtics ticket to attend the fair.  Anyone interested in coming to check out the companies in attendance is welcome to come to Verizon Center … Continue reading
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The Sower’s Seed Lecture on April 14th at 4:30pm

April 6, 2011 - Please attend the Sower’s Seed Lecture to hear Veronica Nolan ’99 speak about her experiences as executive director of the Urban Alliance on Thursday, April 14, 4:30 pm, in Social Hall.  The Urban Alliance empowers D.C. high school students to aspire, work, and succeed through paid internships, formal training and mentoring.  An impressive 99% of all Urban Alliance interns graduate from high school on-time and 88% enroll in college – including many at Trinity. Veronica is a dedicated educator, an outstanding nonprofit executive, and an exemplary leader – I am sure that you will be inspired by her story.  Her … Continue reading
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Are you a Human Relations, Nursing or Criminal Justice student looking for a career-building summer internship?

April 6, 2011 - Dr. Christopher Bishop, a full-time faculty member in the College of Arts and Sciences, has a number of opportunities available for students this summer. Some of them include working at a suicide prevention hotline or with disadvantaged youth at Barry Farms- the opportunities are interesting, engaging, and will help build your resume. To get started, you should contact Dr. Bishop at bishop@trinitydc.edu to learn more about the opportunities. You can also elect to get college credit for your work this summer by registering for PSYC 490, the Psychology Practicum (get more info from your advisor). Continue reading
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Secret Service Career Fair on April 6th!!

April 5, 2011 - The United States Sercret Service will hold a career fair in the Trinity Cafeteria tomorrow, April 6th, from 11:30am to 2pm. Please dress for success and bring copies of your professional resume. Click here for more information: Secret Service Career Fair 4.06.11 Continue reading
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Recent Communications Grad? Here is a paid fellowship made just for you

April 5, 2011 - This company came to us because they have a well- placed and highly respected Trinity alum working for them and they want to give back to Trinity. Please seize the opportunity.  Account Executive Washington, DC-based public relations firm seeks energetic, self-motivated candidates for an account executive position. Qualified candidates will demonstrate a solid grounding in the standard functions of a public relations firm including media planning, outreach to reporters and media event planning.  Candidates must possess strong writing, research and organizational skills, as well as the ability to meet strict deadlines and juggle multiple projects simultaneously. Further, excellent communication skills … Continue reading
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FEMA is also Hiring STEP Students Full Time

April 5, 2011 - STUDENT TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM FEMA’s Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP) offers a valuable work experience for students.   DUTIES: Incumbent will apply his/her clerical and administrative skills and experience in an exciting work environment with great people. In this occupation, you will perform clerical support work by applying procedures and practices within established guidelines. You may type reports, maintain files, arrange meetings and prepare travel requests and vouchers as well as conduct research concerning the interpretation and application of a variety of rules and regulations. To be successful in this field, it is essential that you have a high degree … Continue reading
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Federal Highway Administration’s SCEP Program is looking for Students interested in the Federal Government

April 5, 2011 - The Federal Highway Administration in Washington, DC is looking for a student to work as Administrative Assistant in the Office of Human Resources. The hiring will be part of the Student Career Experience Program (SCEP) and the student will work part-time. This opportunity is for an undergraduate or graduate student. If interested, students submit their resume, cover letter, and references as soon as possible and no later than noon, April 7. The SCEP provides work experience which is directly related to the student’s academic program and career goals. The student in the SCEP may be noncompetitively converted to term, career or career-conditional appointments … Continue reading
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Free Workshop to Help You Write a Business Plan

April 5, 2011 - Learn how to write, develop and present your business plan Attend three free workshops presented by the Washington, DC Economic Partnership and Capital One Bank® April 5, 15 & 20 | 9-11am Venable, LLP | 575 7th Street NW | 8th floor Click to RSVP now The Washington, DC Economic Partnership’s Business Plan Competition is a program to promote entrepreneurship and the development of early stage companies in the District of Columbia. The goal of this initiative is to fund original business concepts that will lead to the continued development of new enterprise and further job creation within the District … Continue reading
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FEMA PAID Summer Student Positions

April 4, 2011 - MISSION SUPPORT BUREAU Office of the Chief Component Human Capital Officer Subject: Summer Hire Program The Office of the Chief Component Human Capital Officer announces the 2011 Summer Hire Program for Students (see attached flyer).  The program will run from June thru September 30, 2011.  Students may apply from April 4 – April 15, 2011 at fema-student-hire-me@dhs.gov. Students must be in an accredited college/university, high school (must be the age of 16),  or vocational school to qualify to participate in this program. For more info, click here: STEP PRO Application-Flyer 3-31-11 Questions?  Email: mary.waller@dhs.gov telephone:  202-212-2083                               roslyn.williams@dhs.gov telephone: 202-646-2978 Continue reading
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