Want to know more about the hard-working people at the University Career Center & The President’s Promise? Read this EACE post about our director Kelley Bishop!
Zafar Handoo at the Nematology Lab at BARC has a position available this
summer for a student lab assistant. The lab mostly deals with taxonomy and ID of nematodes. The student’s job would mostly involve picking up nematodes, mounting slides, and data entry. Students must apply before 3/21/14, and they must apply through the USAJOBS website.
The USDA ARS has just posted the announcements for their Summer Internships or “Pathways Summer Program” at USAJobs.
The ARS Pathways Student-Summer Internship vacancy announcements have opened.
Positions announced in the following series and grades:
Student Trainee (Clerical and Office Support), GS-399-1-5
Student Trainee (Biological Science), GS-499-1-9
Student Trainee (Engineering), GS-899-2-9
Student Trainee (Physical Science), GS-1399-1-9
Student Trainee (Information Technology), GS-2299-5/7
The links below are for both the announcements for the positions that will
only last until 9/30/2014 and the positions that will have the eligibility of
being extended up until a year and possibly beyond based on the USDA pathways
Please feel free to share these announcements with anyone interested.
Here are the 2014 announcement numbers and the new links.
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/364012800 (This announcement is
for positions that will definitely end on 9/30/2014)
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/364031700 (This announcement is
for positions that will have the option of being extended for up to a year)
So for students who want to work full time over the summer and part time
during the school year this is the announcement to follo
Just realized you’re graduation this spring?
Stop by the Career Center & The President’s Promise for guidance on how to land the job or internship of your dreams!
Do you constantly get stumped by interview questions? While these questions might seem weird, they are designed to assess your critical thinking skills. It’s not about getting the right answer, but about assessing your thought process. And remember you encounter unclear questions like number 6 always ask for clarification!
2014 Maryland Social Entrepreneur Corps Program in the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua. The program deadline has been extended until March 15th. The programs still have spaces open. It is a great opportunity!
*Interested in Medicine, Service or Going Abroad?*
If you answered yes to any of those, you should attend Global Medical
Brigades’ meeting on Monday, March 10, 2014 in Jimenez
2120 at 6:00 p.m. We will be discussing the brigade and fundraising.
Global Medical Brigades is an international organization that works to
provide healthcare access to rural communities. By working with healthcare
professionals in mobile clinics, volunteers can help provide basic care and
consultation to community members. Volunteers will travel abroad for up to
2 weeks to help serve an underprivileged area abroad.
For more information about the organization check out their website at:
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