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Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Colonel Brooks is closing and new development is coming

August 30, 2012 - In today’s Washington Post:  http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/development-will-transform-brookland-neighborhood/2012/08/29/9ad00ae6-f205-11e1-892d-bc92fee603a7_story.html?hpid=z6   $50 million development will bring a new vibe to Brookland   James A. Parcell/FOR THE WASHINGTON POST – Jim Stiegman, owner of Colonel Brooks Tavern, stands in front of his establishment as he plans to build a 6 story apartment complex on his property. By Susan Svrluga, Published: August 29 For decades, Colonel Brooks’ Tavern had been the unofficial center of the Brookland neighborhood, a place where longtime regulars, college students, hospital workers, professors and nuns came for burgers and glasses of beer. But a brutal triple murder in 2003 — when a robbery ended … Continue reading
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Interested in a cool internship with the Smithsonian? Check these opportunities out.

August 29, 2012 - Please take a look at the opportunities below. If you are interested in applying for one, send your resume to the contact at the end of the email. Good luck! National Museum of American History (NMAH) Fall Intern Requests: Alison Oswald, Archivist: The Archives Center is still looking for a candidate that can assist us with scanning projects as they relate to the American Enterprise Exhibit.  Karen Lee, Project Specialist in Curatorial Affairs: I’d like to have a fall intern to work on a digitization/collections project with the numismatic collection. Joan Boudreau, Curator, Culture & Arts of Cultural Affairs: Interns learn and … Continue reading
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The deli and cafeteria are open!

August 29, 2012 - TO:  The Trinity Community   Starting today, Alumnae Dining Hall and the Trinity Deli in the basement of Main Hall will be open regular hours (see schedule below).   Students on a meal plan must present their Trinity IDs in the Dining Hall before going through the line.  All other students, as well as faculty and staff, are welcome to pay for and enjoy a meal in Alumnae Dining Hall during any meal.  Everyone is encouraged to pick up a meal, a cup of coffee, a snack or a cold drink in the Trinity Deli – check out the many … Continue reading
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History Buff? Check out Rock Creek Park’s Monthly Civil War Roundtable Meeting on September 8th

August 27, 2012 - We would be grateful if you passed along information to students and faculty about Rock Creek Park’s monthly Civil War Round Table Meeting. Perhaps you could promote the program as an extra credit opportunity? We are reaching out to you with the goal of getting more students interested in the Civil War in Washington DC. Many area residents don’t know that the nation’s capital was attacked by the Confederacy in 1864, that most of the trees in Rock Creek Park were hacked down during the Civil War, or that Walt Whitman volunteered on the National Mall during the Civil War. … Continue reading
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Are you a Human Relations Student? Check out this workshop next week.

August 21, 2012 - Human Relations Career Development Workshop Wednesday, August 29, 2012 6 PM – 8 PM   Dr. Daryl Thorne, our program chair for Human Relations is hosting this workshop during welcome week for all interested HUMR majors. This workshop is designed to assist Human Relations majors develop a clearer career path. Students will explore paths towards becoming a professional counselor or social worker. Students will begin outlining their career objectives and plan to achieve them. Topics will include: post-degree options, graduate school, and licensure. This is an interactive workshop and the location will be announced soon. Updates will also be posted … Continue reading
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The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is seeking a Director of Media Relations

August 21, 2012 - The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) seeks an experienced, innovative and intellectually-driven media relations professional to raise the visibility of the Foundation and communicate the impact of its programs and research to multiple external audiences. The new director will be responsible for creating enhanced outreach efforts – utilizing traditional and social media – initiating strategic media partnerships and expanding relationships with national and regional media representatives, policy makers and thought leaders.   ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FOUNDATION   RWJF is the nation’s largest philanthropy dedicated to addressing the nation’s most complex health and health care issues. For 40 years the Foundation … Continue reading
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DC based Positions for Human Resources with International Firms

August 20, 2012 - Dear Friends,     Today is World Humanitarian Day.  It is a time to recognize those who face danger and adversity in order to help others.  Here is a salute to all of you!!! I have sent notices for the positions below to you during the past two weeks and my clients would like to see more applicants for these great managerial positions before deciding.     I am seeking applicants CVs from highly motivated and skilled individual with HR or recruitment experience.  Here are the three International Development sector positions I am looking to fill.  Please be sure that you meet all qualifications … Continue reading
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In Recognition of the Loss of Chanitta Perry

August 15, 2012 - We were recently notified of the death of one of our seniors, Chanitta Perry. She succumbed to complications that formed as a result of smoke inhalation from the fire at her home on August 4th. Chanitta Perry was a senior in the School of Professional Studies with 111 credits. She had been a student since Spring 2009 and was pursing her BA in Human Relations. She will be missed. Many of you may have been her friend, her colleague, her teammate, her professor, or her advisor. It is difficult to lose a member of our SPS family, especially in sucha  … Continue reading
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Have your graduate degree and want to work overseas? Check out this position in the Ivory Coast

August 8, 2012 - Title:                      Gender/Democracy and Government (DG) Expert Location:              Cote d’Ivoire Start date and duration of assignment:  Fall 2012, duration may vary— can be long or short term based on conditions and availability.    I am accepting CVs/Resumes for a proposal on an IQC held by Development & Training Services, Inc. (dTS) and other partners.  dTS is a strategic management consulting firm leading initiatives in social and economic development worldwide with a view to promoting equality and accountability.  In recent years, dTS has worked in over 65 countries and provided gender integration, training and capacity building, and monitoring and evaluation … Continue reading
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Ready for More Project Management Events with PMI? Check out this one during Welcome Week for SPS

August 8, 2012 - Guide to the world of Project Management Profession     As part of the Student Outreach Program at the Silver Spring, Maryland Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI), we invite you to Introduction to Project Management Certifications.     This is a special event exclusive to Trinity Washington University students.     In this session, Mr. Marcus S. Parker will provide details on:   Tools and techniques that will assist in professional development and Project Management profession   How to earn industry-standard project management certifications   How to enhance your resume’s marketability to gain the project management roles   … Continue reading
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