Check out this awesome event next week that will give you all the tips and tricks you need to be a successful networker!
Enjoy a 4 course meal, learn important etiquette, and have the chance to network all in the same night! April 5th 5:30pm in the Herak Rm.
Tickets are on sale in the Career Center for only $10!
If a club would like to attend please contact the Career Center to reserve a table.
For any questions/concerns contact the Career Center firstname.lastname@example.org, 313-4234, or stop by Crosby 211.
Position: Campus Kitchens Community Coordinator
Center for Community Action and Service-Learning (CCASL)
Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington
Full-time, 11 months (Start date: September 1, 2011)
Gonzaga University’s Center for Community Action and Service-Learning (CCASL) is seeking a full-time AmeriCorps member to coordinate the Campus Kitchens many community-minded endeavors. One of these is the Campus Kitchens Community Dinner, which provides a Thursday evening meal to homeless and low-income individuals in downtown Spokane. The Dinner not only provides a weekly meal service to low-income individuals and families but is also a nexus of support for those in the community suffering from hunger, homelessness, and the impact of the recent economic downturn.
A second focus is on the Ruellen-Day Community Garden. Located on the Gonzaga University campus, the Ruellen-Day Community Garden engages GU students, staff and faculty in the growing of fresh organic produce for the Campus Kitchen. Service-Learning courses use the garden as a touchstone to teach about local issues of food insecurity and sustainability. Youth from the mentoring partners use the garden as a resource to learn more about where their food comes from and making healthy meal choices.
A third focus is working with the Gonzaga University Mentoring Programs Nutrition Education Programs. CKGU partners volunteers and service-learning students with Gonzaga’s mentoring programs. They provide healthy meals as well as programs on nutrition and healthy eating. Youth and their mentors also volunteer at the community garden and in the process learn more about where their food comes from and how to make healthy meal choices.
The Americorps will work in partnership with the Campus Kitchen Coordinator and CCASL staff to support these Community-minded endeavors. The Americorps will report directly to the Assistant Director of CCASL and schedule regular meetings with the Campus Kitchens Coordinator. They will help to build program capacity by recruiting and coordinating volunteers, conduct outreach to connect with community members who could benefit from participating in health education programs, partner with Gonzaga’s mentoring programs and service-learning faculty to provide nutritional education and activities including involvement in the Ruellen-Day Community Garden, Develop the volunteer recruitment and management plan for the garden, fundraising and resource development, building upon current community partnerships to provide additional services, and completing various other projects that help to develop and sustain this program.
Do you have big city aspirations after graduation? Are you wishing for a chance at Wall Street, the financial capital of the world? If so, consider joining us for the 2011 New York Trek. The Trek takes place during the week of September 21-25 and includes visits with key alumni in the financial, investment industry in New York. Unlike other Treks (Seattle, Portland or Bay Areas) the NYC Trek is by application only to maintain the highest caliber of participation and quality of candidates.
Fee: $500. Note: A deposit of $100 is due upon approval of application, remaining balance is due at the June.
The fee includes: Hotel accommodations for four nights, roundtrip airfare and two evening networking socials. You will be responsible for incidentals throughout the trip.
For more information and for your application, contact the GAMP office at email@example.com or 313-4048.
Deadline: APRIL 1st!
If you’re looking for an open door into the world of marketing and advertising, this is the program for you.
COLABORATORY is a rocket-fueled, experiential marketing internship where tomorrow’s adventurous and inspired creatives prove their stuff by setting egos aside and bringing talent to the table.
2011 Dates & Details
Feb 15 Application process opens
April 21 Application period closes
May 2 Selected interns notified
May 6 Interns confirm acceptance
July 1 – Aug 17
Colaboratory Interns will be paid Oregon minimum wage ($8.50) for a 37.5 hr workweek
Colaboratory is a unique creative industry experience sponsored by the Portland Advertising
Federation, setting a precedent as the first multi-agency/multi-disciplinary internship.
Interns are paired with 3 agencies based on their strengths and interests. They spend 2 intensely focused weeks at each agency learning from all disciplines. During the six
weeks working at agencies across Portland, interns will also form 2 competing teams to develop a campaign pitch for a popular Oregon brand. Colaboratory gives interns a broad view of how agencies work, and at the same time lets them learn how to work together.
• 6 weeks
• 8 participants
• 3 agency experiences
• 2 competing teams
• 1 big pitch
JOI N IN
We’re looking for talented
collaborators with skills in:
• Public relations
• Account management
Anvil Media, Inc.
The New Group
& 1 mystery agency
Apply and find out more at pafcolaboratory.com
The following ZagTrax positions are set to close by the date indicated. (For some, that is within 24 hours. Don’t miss out!) To view and apply, simply search by the four digit job ID# in the keyword search function under “Jobs”.
Learning about a corporate environment from the inside is a critical advantage when plotting your career path. If you are looking into the field of accounting, and are in your sophomore year, consider applying for a 2011 summer leadership program at one of these firms.
To review the positions, simply go to ZagTrax.net and use the ID# as keyword search to review the posting!