Academic

Inclusivity in STEM: Kickoff Event

Are you passionate about inclusivity in STEM? There’s a new initiative on campus to examine these issues. Join us for the first event of the semester! Prof. Sarah Bryant will give a short talk on building strength through community. Amara Anigbo '20 will discuss her summer internship at Microsoft and her thoughts about what needs to improve in the tech industry. Following these TedTalk-style presentations, there will be a group activity and facilitated discussion. Light refreshments will be served. Any questions? Contact Sara Nash (nashsa@dickinson.edu). Hosted by the Women’s and Gender Resource Center and Inclusivity in STEM planning committee.

Monday, February 18th, 5-6pm, Stafford Auditorium

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Contact: nasha@dickinson.edu

Faculty Research Lunch: Gubernatorial Elections and Coattail Effects of Female Candidates

Political science has a substantial literature on “party coattail effects” which is the president’s ability to attract votes for down ballot congressional candidates of the same party. In this paper, we examine “gender coattails”: the ability of women candidates to attract votes for other women running down ballot. Using electoral data from gubernatorial and state legislative races in 2010 and 2014, we examine
the degree to which women candidates for governor attract votes for female state legislative candidates.

Please join Professors Neibler & Marchetti on Thursday, February 21, 12-1pm, Althouse 201. Lunch will be provided. RSVP is requested by not required. Please RSVP to wgrc@dickinson.edu

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Contact: wgrc@dickinson.edu

Carlisle Mosaic for Fall 2019: Info Sessions Coming Up!

Students and faculty are invited to learn more about the fall 2019 Carlisle Mosaic: People, Place, & Policy which will investigate approaches through which Carlisle might become a more resilient and sustainable community. The four course interdisciplinary mosaic will be instructed by Dr. Tony Underwood, Dr. Emily Pawley and Dr. Neil Leary and include a semester-long community-based research project. Come to an information to learn more or check out www.dickinson.edu/CarlisleMosaic. Spread the word about this unique Dickinson opportunity.

ATTEND AN INFORMATION SESSION:
• Thursday, February 14, noon-1:00pm, HUB SR 205
• Tuesday, February 19, 12:30-1:30pm, Kaufman 187
• Friday, February 22, 4:30-5:00pm, Althouse 07

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Contact: sustainability@dickinson.edu
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Valley & Ridge: Faculty Development for Sustainability Across the Curriculum (Applications invited)

If you are thinking about integrating social, economic and/or environmental sustainability into your teaching, the Valley & Ridge Faculty Study Group (May 21-23, 2019) is for you. The Valley & Ridge Study Group brings together faculty members from all academic divisions to work collaboratively in introducing and enhancing sustainability content into new and existing courses. Now in its 11th year, this workshop has helped over 80 Dickinson faculty connect the subject areas of their teaching with sustainability using active learning pedagogies such as place-based & experiential education. It includes a $1,000 faculty stipend. Check out our website for more information or for a link to the simple application form! This workshop is open to your colleague from other institutions as well. Priority given to Dickinson Faculty.

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Contact: lyonsli@dickinson.edu
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Center for Advising, Internships & Lifelong Career Development

Summer Internship Grants

Dickinson students have the opportunity to apply for a competitive grant to assist in completing an unpaid or low-paid summer internship. For complete details, deadlines, and eligibility requirements, visit http://tinyurl.com/DsonInternGrant. The final deadline is 4pm EST, Thursday, April 18. Questions? Contact Amity Fox - foxa@dickinson.edu

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Enterprise Knowledge On-Campus Interviews with Zach Wahl '98, President & Founder

Mr. Wahl will be conducting interviews through the Center for Advising, Internships & Lifelong Career Development on February 22nd for a Technical Summer Intern & Consulting Summer Intern, Full-Time Consultant, and Full-Time Developer.

Applications should be submitted through the Handshake system by February 18th for consideration. If selected, you will be notified of the next steps.

NOTE: If selected to interview, you must attend the Info Session on February 21st at 6 pm in Althouse 201.

Knowledge (EK) is a services firm that integrates Knowledge Management, Information Management, Information Technology, and Agile Approaches to deliver comprehensive solutions. Our mission is to form true partnerships with our clients, listening and collaborating to create tailored, practical, and results-oriented solutions that enable them to thrive and adapt to changing needs

For more information, please review the Handshake system or contact Tammy Heberlig, Recruitment Coordinator, Center for Advising, Internships & Lifelong Career Development at heberlit@dickinson.edu

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Contact: heberlit@dickinson.edu

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SKYPE Interviews with Carney, Sandoe & Associates

Connor Rooney from Carney, Sandoe & Associates will be conducting SKYPE interviews through the Center for Advising, Internships & Lifelong Career Development on March 7th for Teaching Jobs in K-12 Private, Independent Schools Nationwide

Applications should be submitted through the Handshake system by February 20th for consideration. If selected, you will be notified of the next steps.

Love what you study? CS&A matches you with teaching, coaching, and admin jobs in private schools worldwide. No teaching certification required!

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Contact: heberlit@dickinson.edu
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Camp Canadensis Summer Opportunities On-Campus Interviews

Camp Canadensis Summer Opportunities On-Campus Interviews
Apply through the Handshake system to be considered for an on-campus interview with Mikayla Bellach and Pam Malter.

This summer, get paid to be a MATURE GOOFBALL! Join our team of motivated staff and enjoy the perfect balance of work and fun. Located in the Pocono Mountains of PA, we are a co-ed sleep-away camp for kids ages 7 to 16. We are looking for enthusiastic and creative individuals to work as Activity Specialists in:

· Athletics
· Outdoor Adventure
· Waterfront
· The Arts

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SKYPE Interviews with Southern Teachers Agency

A representative from the Southern Teachers Agency will be conducting interviews via SKYPE through the Center for Advising, Internships & Lifelong Career Development on March 6th for K-12 Teaching and Coaching Jobs at Private/Independent Schools.

Applications should be submitted through the Handshake system by March 1st for consideration. If selected, you will be notified of the next steps.

SOUTHERN TEACHERS is the premier placement agency for private schools in the South. We have helped schools find great teachers and leaders since 1902, longer than any other service in America. Nearly 600 of the top private and independent college-prep schools in the South—from Maryland to Miami to Midland, Texas—list thousands of jobs with Southern Teachers each year as they search for the best possible teachers and administrators.

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Contact: heberlit@dickinson.edu
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College Farm and Sustainability

Community Engagement for Climate Solutions Workshop

Through review of the constitutional climate lawsuit Juliana v. United States and the science and principles behind it, participants will learn how to effectively educate their community about climate change and climate solutions and empower themselves and others to take bold action through civic engagement and activism.

Facilitated by: Eowyn Soran, trial outreach coordinator at Our Children's Trust

Date: Tuesday, February 26, 2019
Time: 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Location: Allison Community Room
RSVP to: sustainability@dickinson.edu

LIMITED SPACES ARE STILL AVAILABLE!

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Contact: sustainability@dickinson.edu

SAVE THE DATE! U-TURN 2019!

Donate your unwanted items to support sustainability and the Carlisle community!

Don't have your own yard sale - just donate to support United Way through the U-Turn Program partnership with Dickinson. Faculty and staff must drop off items at the designated U-Turn trailers when staff is there to accept items. No pickups available.

Accepted items: clothing, children's toys, shoes, kitchen/bed/bath items, rugs, lamps, fans, furniture, sporting goods, small appliances (working) etc. Clean and usable items that could be resold at a yard sale.

Dickinson Faculty & Staff Collection Days:
* Wednesday, 5/8, 12-4pm @ Goodyear Side Lot
* Saturday, 5/11, 12-4pm @ Goodyear Side Lot
* Thursday, 5/16, 12-4pm @ Goodyear Side Lot
* Friday, 5/17, 12-4pm @ Goodyear Side Lot

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Contact: sustainability@dickinson.edu

General Announcements

Office 365 Portal Login Default Landing Page Change

To the Dickinson College Community:

Those who log into the Office 365 portal (portal.office.com) have always been able to choose an alternate ‘Starting Page’ (ex. OneDrive, Mail, Calendar, etc.) to be automatically taken to upon login. According to a recent post on the Office 365 Roadmap (linked below by clicking “More Information”), all Office 365 users will simply be taken to the Office 365 home page when logging into the portal starting this month.

Please note that, if you prefer to go directly to any particular Office 365 page/applications (ex. OneDrive, Mail, etc.), once you are there, you can simply bookmark the page in order to bypass the Office 365 home page and browse directly to the specific application again in the future.

Thank you.

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Contact: connella@dickinson.edu
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Free Blood Pressure Screening

Monday, February 18
HUB, Mary Dickinson Room | noon-1 p.m.
Administered by UPMC Pinnacle Carlisle

Free Blood Pressure Screening available to the campus community. Walk-in, no appointment needed!

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Contact: devwell@dickinson.edu

Dickinson Seeking Students for Moot Court Competition Team

Interested in improving your oral advocacy skills? Think law school might be in your future? As you know, Dickinson College currently fields very successful mock trial teams. Starting this fall, we will field a moot court competition team as well, and extend Dickinsonian dominance in the world of legal advocacy competitions. Want to learn more about moot court and how you can participate? Join Dickinson College’s general counsel Kendall Isaac on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at either Noon or 5pm in Althouse 207 to find out more. If you are unable to attend but would still like to express interest, email Kendall at isaack@dickinson.edu. Come and help our moot court team build upon the DsonProud movement for 2019 and beyond!

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Contact: isaack@dickinson.edu

R&D Deadline - Friday February 22, 2019

The Research and Development Committee welcomes your proposals for:
Projects: (Scholarly or Creative, Professional Development, or Teaching) for Summer 2019

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Contact: randd@dickinson.edu
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No Time to Dine? Order online!

Don't wait in line to order your meal from Union Station or Quarry. Order online and pick up!
Visit Dickinson.edu/Food4U and create your mobile ordering account today!

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Contact: doulgers@dickinson.edu
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Hampton Creek JUST Mayo Shortage

Due to manufacturer shortages, Dickinson Dining will be switching from Hampton Creek JUST Mayo to another mayonnaise until the week after spring break. JUST Mayo is allergen free, whereas the temporary substitute mayonnaise includes egg and soy allergens.
We use mayonnaise in many of our recipes at Dickinson Dining.
While you dine with Dickinson Dining, please check the allergen labels closely before consuming items that may contain mayonnaise. When in doubt, as a staff member to verify the allergens of your menu item before you consume.

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Contact: Hardinso@dickinson.edu
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Apply to live in the Treehouse for next year!

Are you interested in living at the Treehouse (i.e. Center for Sustainable Living) next year?! Do you care about sustainability in its many forms and want to live in community with others who do as well? Email dsontreekids@gmail.com to get an application and then submit it within the next two weeks (before 2/24)! Please and thank you!

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Vitality February 2019

As a convenience to all employees, the February 2019 issue of Vitality is now available via the Human Resource Services homepage through the Vitality icon in the left sidebar area, where there is also an access link for archived issues.

Thoughts of love and hearts often dominate our days and lives during the month of February! See below for a sample of events offered to enhance your wellbeing and professional development:

• Love Your Body Week (February 11-15) offers a variety of programs and events:
o Vitamins, Minerals & Herbs on Monday, February 11
o Free Biometric Screenings on Thursday, February 14 (by appointment only)
o Ways We Love & Hate Our Bodies on Thursday, February 14
• Free Blood Pressure Screenings – Monday, February 18 | No appointment required
• How to be a Perfect Stranger: Islam | Muslim Practice on Thursday, February 21
• TIAA 1:1 Consultation Days on campus by appointment on Thursday, February 21
• And a variety of other community-based programs, events and opportunities…

For details and more information regarding the events offered in the upcoming month, check out the February issue of Vitality – and remember to register for programs or events via Totara in the Gateway!

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Black Law Student Association (Dickinson Law School) will host Kendall Isaac

Please join our peers at the Dickinson Law School on Monday, February 25th, to hear from our new general counsel, Kendall D. Isaac. Kendall will speak about lawyers working across the Activist, Active and Act spectrum, and expanding the view of social justice to be inclusive of firm and in-house counsel work on Monday, February 25, as part of Black History Month. Hosted by Dickinson Law’s Black Law Students Association, his talk will begin at 12:30 p.m. in Lewis Katz Hall, room 112.

This event is free to attend. Lunch will be provided and registration is required.{lease RSVP by Wednesday, February 20th.

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Contact: jlc707@psu.edu
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Need More Declining?

Save the trip, Call x2704 and re-load by phone!

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Contact: Hardinso@dickinson.edu
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February 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 receive this newsletter through the Provost’s office.

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MANdatory Graduation

Campus community members are invited to celebrate the distinguished first year students graduating from MANdatory, an academic enrichment and leadership development program focused on male identified students of color.

Saturday, March 2, 12-1pm, Bosler 208

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Contact: stephenv@dickinson.edu

Professional Development and Wellness

More than Words: A community conversation about the challenges and possibilities of language [for faculty, administrators and staff]

Language has become a lightning rod of confusion and concern on U.S. college campuses. All Dickinson faculty, administrators and staff are invited to attend More than Words a program focused on the ways we communicate with each other. In this interactive setting participants will share their struggles around inclusive language with each other, learn about why certain terms offend members of our community via student group presentations and explore ways language impacts difference constituencies on campus. Lunch will be served at the program. Please RSVP via Totara by Monday February 18.

Sponsored by the Bias Education Response Team on February 25th, 12-1:30pm, Social Hall West.

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Faith and Practice: How to Be a Perfect Stranger

Intercultural Spirituality Series: Islam | Muslim
Thursday, February 21
Stern Center, Room 102 | noon-1p.m.

Building Interfaith literacy is an important component of Intercultural competency. We believe that successfully learning to navigate conversations about religious and spiritual diversity happens by enhancing religious literacy. Religious literacy is enhanced by understanding others faith traditions and faith practices. In this series Faith and Practice: How to Be a Perfect Stranger we will have the opportunity to listen to people of faith talk about their own tradition, share a practice of that tradition and then spend some time in a question and answer session to increase our understanding.

Enroll and sign up now in Totara under the Building Interfaith Capacity course.

Future Courses:
Thursday, March 21 | noon-1p.m. | Bahaism
Thursday, April 18 | noon-1p.m. | Hinduism

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2019 Spring Into Fitness Challenge

Are you ready to break free of this cold, wintery weather and enjoy a bit of sunshine? If so, join us for the 2019 Spring Into Fitness Challenge! Plan to put on your walking shoes and enjoy the fresh, warmer air outside after spring break during the 2019 Spring Into Fitness Challenge. Beginning on Sunday, March 17 and continuing through Saturday, April 27 – Dickinson College faculty and staff, as a community, will be in a campus exercise/walking challenge with students, staff and faculty! Challenge winners will be determined by two criteria – the greatest percentage of cumulative participation, and also the highest average number of minutes per participant! This will be our sixth year of the Challenge participation, but our very second campus-wide Challenge for the entire Dickinson community!

The Spring Into Fitness divisional challenge for employees and students returns for 2019, along with the mini-team option! Who will win the divisional challenge and mini-team challenges this year? LIS reclaimed their winning title in 2018 and continues to hold the golden sneaker trophy. All divisions are invited to step up their fitness activities to claim this honor and enjoy some great competition this spring! Mini-teams showed great spirit in 2018 again, and we anticipate great-spirited challenges in 2019 as well. Form your own mini-team of three to six participants either from within your department/division or from any others on campus. When registering (or before), please remember to submit your mini-team name to be included in this new part of the Challenge. There will be opportunities built into this year’s program for some healthy competition between mini-teams!

Online registration for the Challenge opens on Monday, February 11 and continues through Tuesday, March 5. Please visit the Spring Into Fitness Challenge webpage to register during the open registration period to be included in the 2019 Challenge.

For assistance with registration, please send an email to devwell@dickinson.edu or call ext. 1503.

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RSVP Events

Register for the Queer & Trans Activist Summit!

The LGBT Center of Central PA and Dickinson College are pleased to present the "Campus Queer & Trans Activist Leadership Summit" as part of the 12th Annual GSA Leadership Summit.

The "Campus Queer & Trans Activist Leadership Summit" will take place on Saturday, March 30 from 9:00am through 4:00pm in the Holland Union Building at Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA.

This Summit will consist of a series of workshops on topics focused on student activism and navigating the world as a person with queer identity. In addition, there is an afternoon caucus session, where respective topics for discussion will be generated through suggestions you provide upon registration.

Schedule of Activities:
9:00-10:00 / Registration
10:00-11:00 / Welcome and Opening Plenary
11:10-12:20 / Workshop Session 1
12:20-1:20 / Lunch and Networking
1:20-2:30 / Workshop Session 2
2:40-3:40 / Caucus Session
3:50-4:00 / Closing Session

Members of the Dickinson College community can attend FOR FREE. We do encourage participants to attend for the ENTIRETY of the day to have the full conference experience.

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Contact: LGBTQ@dickinson.edu
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Did You Really Just Say That? Student Workshops

Have you ever felt paralyzed or frustrated when someone has said or done something that felt culturally insensitive? Have you ever felt that you were being insensitive? The Popel Shaw Center is offering an opportunity for students to develop their ability to respond to interpersonal cultural conflicts productively in this interactive and informative workshop. The workshop is for 25 people maximum.

Please join the Popel Shaw Center on February 26th, 12-1:15pm (Lunch will be served) OR February 28th, 4:45-6pm (light refreshments will be served), Althouse 207

Please pre-register on EngageD by February 19.

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Contact: psc@dickinson.edu

Faith, Justice, & Native Americans

The Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice invites you to join our Justice Served students as they host a discussion about the intersection of faith and social justice in the lives of Native Americans. This discussion will be facilitated by visiting professor of American Studies, Nikki Dragone. This event will be held at Landis House on Thursday February 21st at 5:00 PM in Bosler Atrium. Dinner will be provided. Please click on the link below to RSVP on Engaged.

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Contact: justiceserved@dickinson.edu
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Exploring Religions Trip- Eastern Orthodox

The Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice invites you to join our Religious Life students in attending services at St. Mary's Eastern Orthodox Church on Sunday February 24th from 9:00 AM-11:00 AM. There will be a Q&A session afterwards and transportation is provided. Please RSVP to the email below.

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Contact: rellife@dickinson.edu

Women of Color Summit

The Women of Color Summit celebrates, connects, and educates women of color who have chosen to embark on the journey of becoming a Dickinsonian. The Summit will serve as a platform to empower women of color to live intentionally, cultivate successful careers through
community networking, and thrive in any space they occupy. Join us over the course of three days for workshops, panels, and fun. The first two days are specifically for women of color at Dickinson and the third day will be open to anyone who wishes to attend.

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Contact: womenofcolor@dickinson.edu
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Student Jobs/Careers/Internships

Trout Gallery Now Accepting Applications

The Trout Gallery is now accepting applications for 2019-2020 paid positions as well as Spring 2019 volunteer positions. Students from all majors are invited to apply for positions ranging from museum interpretation to language docents to technology assistants.

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Contact: flaherth@dickinson.edu
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Apply to work in the Office of Marketing & Communications

Help the Office of Marketing & Communications share the Dickinson story! We are hiring three student marketing assistants for the 2019-20 academic year. As a marketing assistant, you’ll gain valuable experience and have opportunities to produce work that will build your professional portfolio. Review the full job description at dickinson.edu/marcommjobs and submit your application by March 6.

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Contact: davidsol@dickinson.edu
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Summer Tour Guide position

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 summer
• conduct special tours and other assignments
• reach out to prospective students via phone, email, and mail
• complete various office related tasks
• 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. Compensation is $7.40 per hour and $15 per day food stipend. Housing is provided. You may apply for May/June, June/July or July/August.

The application deadline is Friday, March 8. Please email Michelle Fisher at fishemic@dickinson.edu for an application.

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Contact: fishemic@dickinson.edu

Volunteer Events and Fundraising

Chipotle Fundraiser with Justice Served

The Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice invites you to join our Justice Served students in fundraising for the Pennsylvania Center for Refugees and Immigrants on Tuesday February 19th from 5:00-9:00 PM. Meet us in the parking lot of ATS anytime between 6:00-7:00 PM for a free ride to Chipotle. We encourage faculty, staff, and students to help us raise money for this worthy cause, all while enjoying a yummy dinner!

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Contact: justiceserved@dickinson.edu

CommServ Coordinators Needed!

Apply to be a CommServ Coordinator for Big Brother/Big Sister, Newcomers to Neighbors, or Habitat for Humanity. This is a great leadership opportunity to connect volunteers to the Carlisle community. If you are interested or want more information, please email the address below.

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Contact: commserv@dickinson.edu

Senior Class Trivia

On February 21st at 7pm in the HUB Social Hall The College of Advancement invites the Class of 2019 to partake in a fun night of team trivia with their own professors as hosts. Teams are made up of 3-5 seniors. A complimentary nacho fountain and alcoholic beverages will be provided. Seniors, come out and have a great time, and make your gift to the Dickinson Fund today.

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Contact: morozm@dickinson.edu

Service Trips Fundraiser: Equal Exchange

Service trip leaders from the Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice are currently selling products from Equal Exchange to support their Spring Break trips to Georgia, South Carolina, and New Orleans. If you are interested in purchasing fair trade products such as coffee, tea, and chocolate, please email the address below. To look at a catalog, click on the link below. Orders are due by March 3rd.

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Service Trips Fundraiser: Double Good Popcorn

Service trip leaders from the Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice are currently selling products from Equal Exchange to support their Spring Break trips to Georgia, South Carolina, and New Orleans. If you are interested in purchasing gourmet popcorn, please email the address below. To look at a catalog, click on the link below. Orders are due by March 3rd.

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