Monthly Archives: July 2013

URP seeks Undergraduate Research Leaders – apply by Aug. 12

Apply to be an Undergraduate Research Leader   Due Monday, August 12, 2013 The Undergraduate Research Program (URP) is seeking enthusiastic and experienced undergraduate researchers, scholars and artists from all disciplines to be Undergraduate Research Leaders (URLs) for the 2013-14 academic year. URLs … Continue reading

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Operation and Outreach Manager–Queen Anne Food Bank

Operations and Outreach Manager The Queen Anne Food Bank is a ministry of Sacred Heart Church. With the help of over 50 volunteers weekly, we serve sack lunches and hot soup Monday-Friday to over 100 residents living in the Lower … Continue reading

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Timely course on immigration GEOG 310

Given the current immigration debates in Congress, this course couldn’t be more timely. It’s taught by Mark Ellis, Director of the Center For Studies in Demography and Ecology, the UW’s population center. The course has no prereqs, and counts toward … Continue reading

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CUADSS is hiring Student Associates for 2013-2014

The Center for Undergraduate Advising, Diversity and Student Success (CUADSS) IS HIRING STUDENT ASSOCIATES FOR 2013-14. These positions provide support services for Undergraduate Academic Advising (UAA), Academic Support Programs (ASP), and the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity (OMAD). I. … Continue reading

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Volunteer as a FIUTS Facilitator

Volunteer as a FIUTS Facilitator Foundation for International Understanding Through Students (FIUTS) Become a volunteer FIUTS Facilitator and make friends from around the world! FIUTS is an independent non-profit organization that provides cross-cultural leadership and social programming for UW’s international and … Continue reading

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Dream Project new class for international students

The Dream Project is now offering a new course specifically for international students and we think it would be helpful it the department advisors could know about it. As there’s a growing number of international students joining the Dream Project … Continue reading

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Seattle Police Department- Victim Support Team Volunteer Opportunity

Hello, My name is Christopher Bonnington, the Intern for Seattle Police Department’s Victim Support Team, I’m writing on behalf of our organization to reach out to you regarding our next volunteer academy, I believe Sarah Sorensen; my supervisor, has reached out to … Continue reading

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Hourly Position with The Graduate School

HOURLY STUDENT POSITION AVAILABLE (undergraduate or graduate)  The Graduate School seeks an hourly student assistant (undergraduate or graduate) to assist with administrative support. This will include reception duties and answering telephones over the lunch period (e.g.,noon-1 pm) and miscellaneous office work which … Continue reading

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Short & Strong Student Film Competition for Young People about Immigrants in their Lives

We are ecstatic to announce The Cortos Y Fuertes / Short & Strong Student Film Competition, sponsored by the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor and UNITE HERE. Short and Strong is a film competition meant to create a space … Continue reading

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Paid internship with Husky Neighborhood

Husky Neighborhood Job Intern 2013-14 Job Overview Husky Neighborhood Interns (HNIs) work on projects to improve public safety, promote civility and foster a greater sense of community for the students and permanent residents living north of campus Time Commitment: The time … Continue reading

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