Academic

Course Request Period

Online Course Request Period for the Fall 2017 semester will begin 9:00 am Monday, March 27th and continue through 4:00 pm Wednesday, March 29th. Students will request courses via Banner Self-Service – see the Registrar’s web page for details. Be sure that your financial accounts are clear before Wednesday, March 22nd. If you have a hold on your account you will not be able to participate in the Course Request Period.

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Contact: reg@dickinson.edu
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Food Historian Jeffrey Pilcher Talks Beer & Food at Dickinson

Food historian Jeffrey Pilcher of the University of Toronto (author of "Planet Taco: A Global History of Mexican Food") will be on campus on Thursday and Friday, March 30 and 31, for three events:
A tamales-making demonstration and reception on Thursday March 30 at 5:30 pm in Stern 102;
The history department’s annual Pflaum lecture on Thursday March 30 at 7pm in the Stern Great Room; and
A Friday salon at the Clarke Forum at 4:30 pm on March 31 (please note that the salon requires pre-registration and space is limited; contact clarkeforum@dickinson.edu by March 28 if you are interested).
All events are free.

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Contact: brownmad@dickinson.edu

Campus Job Opportunities

Summer Tour Guide/Student Worker Positions

The primary role of a summer tour guide/student worker is to give tours of the campus, mingle with prospective students and guests of the college, and complete various operational duties and assignments. This position may require you to:
• give up to four tours per day
• work some Saturdays throughout the late summer
• conduct special tours and other assignments
• reach out to prospective students via email and mail
• complete various office related tasks
• and answer the phones, enter data, and work with admissions related software.

Supplemental duties may include special projects, regional recruitment support, and other duties as assigned. All of these duties are subject to change and may be augmented by the Liberty Cap Society Coordinator, the Assistant Director of Operations, the Visitor Services Coordinator, the Dean of Admissions, and/or Vice President for Enrollment.

A summer tour guide/student worker is expected to work at least 35 hours per week and may be called upon to work up to 40 hours per week during high visitor volume time periods. Hours are normally Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm with an hour for lunch. Position includes an hourly wage and a daily food stipend. On Campus Housing is provided. Tour Guides will either work May and June or July and August.

Please email Michelle Fisher at fishemic@dickinson.edu for an application. Completed applications can be emailed to Michelle Fisher or dropped off at the front desk of the Waidner Admissions House.

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Contact: fishemic@dickinson.edu

Apply to be a 2017-18 Outreach Coordinator for the Popel Shaw Center for Race & Ethnicity

The Popel Shaw Center is hiring new Outreach Coordinators for 2017-18:

Outreach Coordinators work 4-6 hours/week and coordinate relationships between the PSC and student clubs and campus organizations, including class years. The PSC will assign key cultural groups to each Coordinator who cultivates and nurtures a strong relationship with each group. Because OCs must attend club and organizational meetings, they must be available during off-hours and would include these meeting times in their weekly hours for compensation.

Primary responsibilities:
? Manage assigned student clubs/organizations. This includes the following:
o Joining organizations,
o Establishing relationships with members and officers,
o Attending meetings regularly,
o Promoting PSC programs actively and creatively

? Promote, develop, and/or recommend potential programming collaborations between the PSC and key groups to the Director when appropriate
? Join and post to select Class year Facebook pages

Apply by March 27th at this link: https://goo.gl/forms/SwqmAOsP26Fsqcef1

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Contact: stephenv@dickinson.edu

Media Center Assistant Wanted Fall 2017

Want to be a Media Center Assistant? We are hiring for the 2017-2018 academic year! We are also looking for summer and January workers. If you’d like to be a media center assistant fill out the application below.

Responsibilities include support of technology needs for patrons of the media center. Provide assistance to patrons using audio, video, graphics and web development applications. Manage and circulate media equipment. Assist staff on multimedia projects in Academic Technology. Create tutorials on multimedia applications for trainings & user reference. Must be reliable and punctual and possess strong technical & problem solving skills. (days, evenings & weekends)

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Contact: mediacenter@dickinson.edu
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Career Center

Demystifying the Finance Industry: Tips from Alumni

Friday, March 31st at 3pm
Biddle House - Career Center

Gain insider tips from two alumni on the finance industry - what finance is all about, tips for applying and interviewing, and information on training you might expect.
Presenters:
Jonathan McEvoy '02, Director, Advent Capital Management
Darrell Pacheco '12, Team Leader, Personal Advisor Services, Vanguard

Please register in Handshake.

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Contact: champioh@dickinson.edu

The Career Center is HIRING for the 2017-2018 academic year

The Career Center is accepting applications for student Career Coaches for the 2017-2018 academic year. Duties include assisting with resumes and cover letters, marketing the Career Center and our services, greeting and assisting visitors, aiding students with Career Center resources, assisting staff with projects, and providing general office support. Please submit a resume, cover letter and application by Friday, April 14th. You may download the application from the Career Center’s Web site. Contact Corinne Stefanic with questions: stefanic@dickinson.edu

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Speaking the Language of Success: Putting your Linguistic Skills to Work

Speaking the Language of Success: Putting your Linguistic Skills to Work
Friday, April 7th 3-4pm
Althouse 106

Join us for a roundtable discussion with Dickinson Alumni. Learn about their experiences and what led them to career paths which engaged their linguistic skills and love of language. This interactive panel of experienced professionals is here to help you seek guidance and ask questions on career opportunities.

Please register in Handshake via Gateway.

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Contact: champioh@dickinson.edu

College Farm and Sustainability

Full-Time Summer Employment Opportunites for Students at the College Farm!

Looking for a summer job that gets you outside? Interested in learning about how food is produced and growing food for your community? A summer with the College Farm might be just the ticket! For more information on summer positions, compensation and an application, please go to: http://blogs.dickinson.edu/farm/summer-student-farmer-position/.

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Contact: halpinj@dickinson.edu
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Farm-to-Table Celebration on Earth Day!

Treat yourself to a fine-dining culinary experience that reflects the flavors of the College Farm by making a reservation at GATHER, our monthly pop-up restaurant held in the Stern Center Great Room. Dinner guests can expect to be treated to a four-course gourmet meal prepared by chef, Duane Miller with the help of student farmers. The April 22nd GATHER will be our last dinner event of the semester and it promises an adventurous menu filled with creativity! Vegetarian and meat entree options available!

Doors open at 6pm with dinner service starting promptly at 6:30pm. For more details on April’s menu and to make a reservation, please visit: https://dcfarmgather.wordpress.com/.

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Contact: farm@dickinson.edu
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Save the Date & Register Now for the Bike to the Farm Potluck

Join in the tradition as the Center for Sustainability Education hosts a 7-mile (each way) group bike ride to the Dickinson College Organic Farm at 11:00 am on Saturday, April 8th, 2017. We will be back to campus by 2:45 pm. The event is designed to build community, improve rider skills and safety, and introduce students to the Dickinson Farm. Pre-registration is requested at the link below for this free, fun, adventure. Ride groups based on ability are organized with experienced ride leaders for each group. Past events have had from 30 to over 100 Dickinson student, faculty, staff, alumni and family participants. All are welcome. We will depart from the DPS parking lot.

Each participant brings a dish to share, and the food is transported to the farm by van. Once at the farm participants share a meal, play games, tour the farm, played music, or simply enjoy time outdoors, before the groups head back. Safety vans and bike transportation will be available for those that can only travel one way.

The Center for Sustainability Education is always looking for co-sponsors, ride leaders, and new participants in this Dickinson tradition. E-mail biking@dickinson.edu for more information.

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Contact: biking@dickinson.edu
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Save the Dates for Exploring Our Place Events, Register Now

You are invited to better understand sustainability @ Dickinson by Exploring Our Place.

The Exploring Our Place series is designed to create experiential learning opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to come together and learn about places, processes, and people related to sustainability. Participants will be encouraged to broaden their sense of place through hands-on learning. All are welcomed. Requesting RSVP for Camp Michaux Tour to sustainability@dickinson.edu

Save the dates for these upcoming Exploring Our Place Events:

Interpretive Tour of Camp Michaux with Historian David Smith, Friday, March 31, 2017, 12:30-3:00 pm, Meet at Kaufman Hall/DPS Lobby

Carlisle Historic Walking Tour with Historian Matthew March, Friday, April 14, 2017, 1:00-2:30 pm, Meet at the Benjamin Rush Statue

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Student Members needed for the Center for Sustainability Education (CSE) Steering Committee for 2017-18

The Center for Sustainability Education (CSE) is now recruiting for student members on their Steering Committee for 2017-18. The Steering Committee of CSE advises the Center and acts as a liaison between the Center and the faculty, administration, staff and students.

This is a volunteer leadership position, that will offer great professional development opportunities. Meetings are held three times a semester. The deadline for applications is April 3, 2017. Applications and detailed position descriptions are available online at link below. Students can also come to Kaufman 190 to inquire in person or e-mail sustainability@dickinson.edu for application.

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Contact: lyonsli@dickinson.edu
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Join The Hive every other Friday for the Beekeeping Basics Workshop Series

You are invited to learn about the basics of beekeeping through a series of workshops hosted by The Hive, Dickinson's bee cooperative.

The Beekeeping Basics Workshop Series is designed to teach students, faculty, and staff about basic beekeeping topics. Everyone is welcome to join to learn about beekeeping; each topic is separate, so come to any that you can, you do not need to attend all in the series.

The Hive is the newest living laboratory at Dickinson. The Hive engages students, staff, and faculty in learning about sustainability problems and solutions through the direct experience of beekeeping, honey production and community building. No pre-registration required. Bring your own lunch.

Save the dates of the upcoming workshops: Beekeeping Basics Workshop Series, date, location, and time:

Environmental and Human Threats 3/24/17
HUB Sideroom 203 12:30-1:30pm

Swarming, Splitting, and Combining 4/7/17
HUB Sideroom 203 12:30-1:30pm

Hive Management 4/21/17
HUB Sideroom 203 12:30-1:30pm

Honey Harvesting 5/5/17
Kaufman 178 12:30-1:30pm

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Contact: thehive@dickinson.edu
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General Announcements

Bystander Intervention Training

In response to student requests, the Community Responders Network of Harrisburg will present a bystander intervention training. Please join us to learn about effective ways to respond to incidents of intolerance and prejudice. Representatives from the new Carlisle Human Relations Commission and Dickinson’s Bias Education and Response Team will also be in attendance. Lunch will be provided. Sponsored by the Landis Collective.

Thursday, March 30, 2017
12-1 p.m.
Allison Community Room

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Contact: wgrc@dickinson.edu

March Grant$ & Opportunitie$ Newsletter

The current edition of the Grant$ & Opportunitie$ newsletter is available at the web link below. The G&O features upcoming and new grant opportunities, faculty workshop and conference dates, important information pertaining to the administration of grants, and additional information. If you are an administrator and would like to receive the G&O newsletter via email, please send a message to the address listed below with “Subscribe” in the subject line and your name will be added to the email subscription list. Faculty will receive this newsletter through the Provost’s office.

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Contact: swegerb@dickinson.edu
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Hey Seniors, get your cap and gown for free

Submit your Life Beyond the Limestone Senior Survey and get your cap and gown for free. Watch for your email invitation arriving on March 20th for details. Share your insights, save some cash. To qualify for the free regalia, you must complete this survey. Call Institutional Research at x1097, or e-mail sinkovit@dickinson.edu if you have questions.

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Faith & Unity Gathering

Join the Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice on Sunday April 2nd at 7:00 PM in the Social Hall. This event will provide a space for people of all faith traditions to support each other through prayer, meditation, and togetherness. People of all faith backgrounds are welcome!

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Student Members needed for the President's Commission for Environmental Sustainability (PCES) for 2017-18

Do you enjoy talking to students about sustainability at Dickinson? Want to gain experience working with faculty and administrators on critical issues at Dickinson. The Center for Sustainability Education (CSE) is now recruiting for student members on the President's Commission for Environmental Sustainability (PCES) for 2017-18.

PCES guides Dickinson’s sustainability efforts at a strategic level, monitors progress toward sustainability goals, and advises the President and other offices of the College. The Commission is composed of senior officers, faculty, staff, students and alumni, and is chaired by the Director of the Center for Sustainability Education.

This is a volunteer leadership position, that will offer great professional development opportunities. Meetings are held twice a semester. The deadline for applications is April 3, 2017. Applications and detailed position descriptions are available online at link below. You can also come to Kaufman 190 to inquire in person or e-mail sustainability@dickinson.edu for an application.

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Nominate a Deserving Individual for a Lavender Reception Award!

The Office of LGBTQ Services presents two awards during the Lavender Reception.

The Faculty, Staff, and/or Student OUTstanding Service Award honors individuals within the Dickinson College community who identify as queer (LGBTQQIA+) and have been actively involved in social justice work to create a more inclusive Dickinson community.

The Ally Recognition Award honors individuals within Dickinson College who have shown active allyship to members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and asexual community at Dickinson College.

There will be one (1) student and one (1) faculty, staff, or administrator selected for each of these awards.

For more information on how to nominate someone, please visit: http://www.dickinson.edu/info/20228/lgbtq_services/1174/lavender_reception/2

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Contact: LGBTQ@dickinson.edu
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Campus Memorial Service for Professor Tim Wahls

There will be a campus memorial service to remember Associate Professor Tim Wahls on Sunday April 9th at 2:00 PM in the Stern Center Great Room. All members of the college community are invited to this gathering to celebrate Tim's life and to remember him as a wonderful colleague, teacher, and friend. There will be light refreshments afterwards and a time to visit with Tim's wife, Linda Null.

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Contact: hughesdo@dickinson.edu

Springtime is here! Time to dust off your bike and get it tuned up in The Handlebar!

The Handlebar, open to all Dickinsonians, wants to help you learn how to repair and maintain your bicycle. Students, faculty, staff, and Dickinson family members are invited to come by and see what we are all about. Located in the basement of Davidson-Wilson (DaWi) adjacent to Dickinson Walk. Swing by and learn how to tune your bike today! If the sign is out, we are open.

The Handlebar Hours: Every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 4:30 - 6:30 pm. All are welcome.

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Contact: biking@dickinson.edu
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Lost and Found

Found: Laptop Charger/Cord found in Biddle House

A laptop charger cord was left at one of the student computers on the first floor of Biddle House a few weeks ago.
Please see Corinne Stefanic at the Career Center if it belongs to you.

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Contact: stefanic@dickinson.edu

Professional Development and Wellness

R.A.I.S.E. Trainings for FAS!

Have you had a student "come out" to you in class? Are you confused about how to ask someone for their gender pronouns? Perhaps you're hoping to make your departmental forms more inclusive! No matter your interest or reason, we encourage all aspiring allies and advocates to participate in a session of R.A.I.S.E.!

R.A.I.S.E. focuses on allowing FAS and students to engage more deeply and personally in issues related to LGBTQ Services. During this interactive training, we hope that participants will gain a better awareness of their own personal biases and barriers to being an effective ally to the LGBTQ community. Participants will become equipped with tools to be able to respond both actively and proactively.

The Office of LGBTQ Services will offer TWO (2) more sessions for the Spring 2017 semester: Thursday, March 23 from 2pm-4pm and Wednesday, April 12 from 9am-11am!

For location information and to register, visit CLIQ via the Gateway.

NOTE: We do ask that participants complete LGBTQ 101 via Moodle prior to the R.A.I.S.E. Training - email LGBTQ@dickinson.edu to be added to the site!

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Contact: LGBTQ@dickinson.edu
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RSVP Events

Day of Grapefulness-Part 2

Join the Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice to write thank you cards to the DPS and Wellness Center staff! We will have a table in the Underground on Thursday March 30th 12-1:30 PM. This is a great way to spread kindness to staff who may not always hear from students!

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Contact: justiceserved@dickinsone.du
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Faith & Queer Identity Dinner

How do the topics of faith and LGBTQ Identity correspond? Join the Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice and the Office of LGBTQ Services for a dinner, panel, and discussion with LGBTQ members of various faith communities on the intersection between faith and queer identity. The event will take place on April 6th from 6-7:30 PM in Stern Great Room. Please RSVP by March 31st.

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Contact: rellife@dickinson.edu
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Explore Religions @ Dickinson- Judaism

Join the Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice for a visit to the Temple Beth El in Harrisburg on Friday, March 31st 5-8 PM. We will learn about Judaism and join in a Shabbat service. Transportation is provided. Please RSVP to rellife@ dickinson.edu by Wednesday March 29th.

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SENIORS - Sign up to participate in the 5th Annual Lavender Reception

The 5th Annual Lavender Reception will take place on Friday, April 21 at 6pm in Stern Great Room.

The Lavender Reception is an inspiring and affirming ceremony that celebrates the achievements of graduating students in the LGBTQQIA+ and allied communities from Dickinson College. Recognizing the challenging road to graduation that many students in the LGBTQQIA community and their allies face, the ceremony gives graduating students, family, friends, faculty, administrators, peers, allies, and significant supporters the opportunity to holistically embrace each student at the conclusion of their undergraduate journey.

The ceremony includes time to thank significant supporters and a time to celebrate the achievements of each graduate. As part of the ceremony, graduates receive a rainbow symbol from Dickinson and a certificate honoring their resiliency and courage.

SENIORS who are interested in PARTICIPATING in the ceremony must register to do so.

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SENIORS - There's still time to sign up to participate in the 5th Annual Lavender Reception!

The Lavender Reception is an inspiring and affirming ceremony that celebrates the achievements of graduating students from the LGBTQQIA+ and allied community at Dickinson College.

LGBTQ+ identified & allied seniors who are interested in PARTICIPATING in the ceremony, must fill out an application BY THURSDAY, April 13 by 4:30pm. The application is available at this link: https://goo.gl/forms/GMw0JuxIKv7zBcsx2 Please complete the online form which includes: general information (name and contact information), graduation information (degree and major), significant supporter information (someone who has supported you during your time as a student at Dickinson and you would like to thank during the ceremony) and a brief biography for us to print in the program.

Anyone else simply interested in ATTENDING does not need to RSVP.

Lavender Reception will take place on Friday, April 21 at 6pm in Stern Great Room.

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Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month

The Popel Shaw Center for Race and Ethnicity (PSC) is excited to celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month this coming April. On Thursday April 6th, the PSC will host several events aim to showcase the diversity and breadth of the Asian communities at Dickinson. The first event is AAPI exhibition (6:00-7:00 pm) in Allison Great Room with performances by students and faculty celebrating Asian identities, informative booths from cultural organizations and various interactive activities such as henna, trivia, etc. You can come and go as your schedule allows.

For the second event, AAPI Dinner (Allison Community Room, 7-8:30pm), students have to register at this website: https://aapidinnerstudents.eventbrite.com. Please show your ticket at the check-in counter. Seating is on a first come, first served basis and SPACE IS LIMITED. (NOTE: One person can only reserve one ticket). Come and experience Asian cuisines! For more questions, please email psc@dickinson.edu.

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The Jewish Mob and Their Contributions to the Jewish People

Myron Sugerman will share his knowledge on the subject of the Jewish Mob (with the help of the Italians and Irish) and their remarkable contributions to the betterment of the welfare of the Jewish people both here in America and in Palestine (pre state Israel). The Jewish Mob took on the fight with the American Nazi party in 1930’s and then in the struggle for independence and statehood the Mob supplied weapons in defiance of federal law to the three underground militias fighting the British and then fighting the Arabs.

Date: April 6, 2017
Time: 5:30 p.m. - Dinner in Rector Atrium
6:00 p.m. - Lecture in Stafford Auditorium

RSVP for Dinner at http://tinyurl.com/sugerman17

All are welcome!!

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Student Jobs/Careers/Internships

Apply to be a Student Member of the Bias Education and Response Team (BERT)

Are looking for a way to become involved in supporting a truly inclusive community? The Bias Education and Response Team (BERT) is seeking two student representatives to join the team for the 2017-18 Academic year.

BERT exists to educate Dickinsonians about ways to create an inclusive community, achieved by engaging with our students, fostering value for their diverse experiences, and encouraging them to fulfill our community’s standards for respect though constructive dialogue and cross-cultural communications. BERT represents a cross section of the Dickinson community (faculty, staff, and students) who work in conjunction with other campus resources to address the impact of bias incidents and proactively providing bias education.

For more information on BERT and/or to fill out an application for membership, please visit the BERT website: http://www.dickinson.edu/info/20227/popel_shaw_center_for_race_and_ethnicity/1844/bias_education_and_response_team

Applications are due by April 1, 2017.

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Contact: stephenv@dickinson.edu
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Center for Sustainability Education (CSE) Internships: Applications Due by April 3, 2017

Looking for a dynamic academic year internship position to gain experience in all facets of sustainability at Dickinson? The Center for Sustainability Education (CSE) is now hiring Fall 2017 Sustainability Interns. This is an incredible professional development opportunity, and we have fun too!

CSE employs students to work on projects ranging from coordinating the Eco-Reps program, to creating digital media, to managing volunteers in The Handlebar and The Hive, to preparing data & reports related to greenhouse gas emissions. Full position descriptions and downloadable application are available online- for more information follow the link.

CSE is looking for motivated, self-directed, creative students to work 10 hours/week in up to 10 paid positions. The deadline for applications is April 3, 2017. Come to Kaufman 190 to inquire in person.

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Student Writer – Marketing and Communications Office

The marketing and communications office has a work-study position available (5-8 hours/week) for a student seeking professional writing and editing experience. The selected student will work directly with the media-relations team to research, write and edit news releases. The position also presents opportunities to write byline feature stories for the Dickinson website and pitch story ideas.

Previous writing experience (high-school and/or college-level) is preferred, and use of social-media platforms is required. E-mail resume and two writing samples to Craig Layne, assistant director of media relations, laynec@dickinson.edu. Deadline: April 17.

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Contact: laynec@dickinson.edu

Social Media Intern (Marketing & Communications)

The Office of Marketing & Communications is seeking a motivated, resourceful and tech-savvy student to serve as a social-media intern. The intern will work directly with the social-media team to strategize, craft and execute content for all platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and Pinterest. Applicants should have a strong level of experience with these channels, a demonstrated writing ability, organizational skills, the ability to work both as part of a team and solo, and creativity to spare.

Duties include:
• Collaborating with the social-media team and the larger MarComm staff to gain an understanding of how and what we communicate to reach our primary audiences (prospective students/parents, alumni, and the on-campus community)
• Conceptualizing, creating and publishing daily content (combining both original text and images as well as text, images and videos provided by the MarComm team) that enhances affinity for Dickinson, shares stories of our community’s successes, builds meaningful connections and encourages engagement
• Employing innovative tactics to grow the audiences of each of the main college social-media accounts.
• Serving as an ambassador for the Office of Marketing & Communications, which includes seeking out story ideas for social media as well as the website and Dickinson Magazine, encouraging members of the community utilizing social media to connect with the MarComm team for support and attending MarComm meetings and activities as able.

Applicants should submit a cover letter explaining your interest in social media and in this position, a resume outlining your experience, and a list (with links as able) of your personal social-media channels, as well as any that you currently manage, to social@dickinson.edu.

This is a work-study position.

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Student Writer (Editorial Services)

The Office of Marketing & Communications is seeking a motivated student with strong writing skills, an eye for copy-editing and an ability to generate ideas to serve as a student writer. The writer will work directly with members of the editorial services team to produce web news stories, social media copy and content for Dickinson Magazine. Applicants should have a demonstrated writing ability, organizational skills, the ability to meet deadlines, an active presence on social media and a willingness to execute a variety of writing styles and products (feature stories, event coverage, marketing blurbs, sports profiles, etc). Familiarity with AP Style is a plus, but not required.

Duties include:

• Receiving and executing story assignments from members of the editorial services team, which may including working on several pieces simultaneously, with different deadlines and parameters for each
• Interviewing students, faculty members, administrators and/or alumni, either in person, over the phone or via email, as sources for stories
• Serving as a proofreader on a variety of work produced in the department, in particular Dickinson Magazine
• Transcribing interviews for members of the editorial services team
• Serving as a collaborating member of the Marketing & Communications team, which includes attending meetings as able, providing copy and other content for social media and being available for video/photo support and participating in office initiatives.

Applicants should submit a cover letter explaining your interest in the position, a resume outlining your experience and including references, and three writing samples to writers@dickinson.edu.

This is a work-study position.

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Volunteer Events and Fundraising

Apply to be a CommServ Student Coordinator

CommServ is seeking dedicated students with a desire to make a difference to serve as CommServ Student Coordinators. CommServ is an umbrella organization for 13 groups that serve the community on a regular basis. Each group is led by co-coordinators who are responsible for planning, logistics, and connecting with the community partner. Applications can be found on our website and are due via email or in person at Landis House.

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Contact: commserv@dickinson.edu
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Now Accepting Applications: Navajo Nation Service Trip May 2017

We invite YOU to join the Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice for the upcoming service trip to the Navajo Nation Reservation in Arizona. All class years are eligible to apply for this exciting opportunity. The trip will take place the week following graduation (May 22nd-June 1st). Applications are due on Wednesday March 29th by NOON. They can be found on our website and submitted via email or in person at Landis House.

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