Academic

The Multilingual Writing Center and Quantitative Reasoning Centers will open on Wednesday, January 29

Appointments may be made at dickinson/mywconline.com

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Study Abroad/Away Application Deadlines approaching for Fall 2020, AY 20-21, and Summer 2020

The deadlines to apply to study abroad/away for Summer 2020, Fall 2020, and Academic Year 2020-2021 are quickly approaching. Below are the upcoming deadlines:

February 1st – all Dickinson summer 2020 programs
Februrary 1st – Non-Dickinson programs, Oxford, and DIS (Copenhagen and Stockholm) for Fall 2020 and AY 2020-2021
February 10th – all other Dickinson programs and partner programs for Fall 2020 and AY 2020-2021 (NOTE: For Dickinson in Japan ONLY – Spring 2021 applications are also due)

In order to open an application for the fall or academic year, you must first complete the online Abroad Prep course in Totara: https://totara.dickinson.edu/course/view.php?id=173. (Abroad Prep is not required for summer applications). To access the Abroad Prep course, you may need to log-in using your Dickinson Gateway credentials and then click “enroll”. This is your first step in preparing to study abroad. The course includes important program information, dates and deadlines, and additional resources. Once you have completed the online course, the CGSE will open an application for you.

If you have any questions, please email global@dickinson.edu. If you would like to set up an advising meeting with an Education Abroad advisor to discuss your options or to get your questions answered about a specific program, please visit dickinson.edu/globaladvising to find the advisor for your program(s) and schedule an appointment.

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Course Submissions

Department Chairs and Area Coordinators: Electronic Submissions for Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 academic offerings for the initial Course Request period are due at the Registrar’s Office by Noon, Monday, February 3, 2020. See https://www.dickinson.edu/info/20088/registrar_s_office/229/course_submission_information

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Spring internship registration

Enhance your spring internship by integrating and applying your experiences, AND have the experience recognized on your official academic transcript… Register with the Spring Internship Notation Program (INP)! Students register through the Forms section of Gateway before starting the experience.

All active, matriculated students with an internship are welcome to register. Students should plan to submit a registration by Monday, February 3, if possible. However, please contact Amity Fox if you need more time to make the internship arrangements.

Important note for international students studying on an F1 visa: If you pursue an US-based internship off-campus (paid or unpaid) OR an internship with an off-campus organization (even if it takes place remotely/from campus), you must have written authorization on your I-20 in the form of Curricular Practical Training (CPT). You should register the experience with INP and work with ISSS staff to ensure proper CPT processing.

Questions? Contact Amity Fox – foxa@dickinson.edu.

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Contact: foxa@dickinson.edu

Study in Alaska, Arizona, Florida, Maine or Wisconsin with the EcoLeague in Fall 2020

Apply By Feb 14 to Study in Alaska, Arizona, Florida, Maine or Wisconsin with the EcoLeague in Fall 2020

The EcoLeague (https://www.dickinson.edu/info/20052/sustainability/2750/ecoleague) offers Dickinson students the opportunity to study for a semester at Alaska Pacific University (Anchorage, AK), College of the Atlantic (Bar Harbor, ME), New College of Florida (Sarasota, FL), Northland College (Ashland, WI) and Prescott College (Prescott, AZ). The educational programs of these liberal arts colleges offer courses in many different fields of study with emphases in sustainability, the environment, experiential learning and place based learning.

You can explore the opportunities offered by the EcoLeague online at http://ecoleague.org/. To learn more, you can attend an information session on Friday, February 7, at 12:30pm in HUB side room 203, stop by our information table in the dining hall during lunch on Jan 27, Jan 29 or Feb 4, and/or reach out to Professor Jorden Hayes (hayesjo@dickinson.edu) or Neil Leary (learyn@dickinson.edu) to have your questions answered. Listed below are a few examples of recently offered courses, which can give you a bit of an idea of the distinctive programs at the EcoLeague member colleges.

Applications for fall 2020 are due February 14. Applications can be submitted online via Dickinson’s Studio Abroad.

Examples of spring 2020 courses:

Alaska Pacific University: America’s Native Heritage, Scientific Diving, Dog Mushing, Winter Wilderness Skills, Community Psychology and Sustainability, Introduction to Digital Photography

College of the Atlantic: Contemporary Social Movement Strategies, Winter Ecology, Introduction to Oceanography, Intercultural Education, Activating Spaces: Installation Art, Bread, Love & Dreams

New College of Florida: Marine Ecology, Fish Biology, Conservation & Indigenous Knowledge, Music & the Environment, Humans & Other Animals: Animal Welfare Workshop

Northland College: Ecological Restoration, EcoFeminism, Capitalism, Justice & Sustainability, Native American Woodlands Skills, Art Collaborations with Nature, Outdoor Education Teaching Techniques, Wilderness Instructor Training, Geology & Landscapes of American Southwest (4-week block field course)

Prescott College: Youth Empowerment: Developing & Facilitating Transformational Experiences, Funding Change: Grant Writing and Non-Profit Management, Explorations in Sustainable Community Development, Feminism, Women & Social Change, Pedagogy of Nature & Place-Based Early Childhood Education

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Athletics

Dickinson Athletics SAAC - Lecture by Col. Gary Steele

Please join Dickinson College Athletics and Dickinson Athletics Student Athlete Advisory Committee on Sunday, January 26, at 7 p.m. in ATS as we welcome Colonel Gary Steele, father of ESPN anchor Sage Steele, to Dickinson for a special presentation that will address leadership and what it means to be a leader. #SAAC #DsonRedDevils #AlwaysWearinTheRed

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Contact: farrellj@dickinson.edu

Presentation from Colonel Gary Steele, USA, Ret.

Please join the Dickinson Athletic Department and Student Athletic Advisory Committee as we welcome Colonel Gary Steele, Ret. to the campus of Dickinson College on Sunday, January 26 for a special lecture on leadership. The presentation will begin at 7 p.m. in ATS and will run until 8 p.m. that evening. This is a great opportunity to hear from one of America's greatest leaders and someone, who truly embraced the core values of the United States Military Academy at West Point; Duty, Honor, Country and applied them to his life. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Contact: farrellj@dickinson.edu

Campus Job Opportunities

Job Openings

Job Openings

This week the following positions were posted and are currently available:
Job/Department

• Line Server – Dining Services
• Housekeeper – Facilities
• Retail Foodservice Attendant – Dining Services
• Substitute Teacher – Children Center
• Utility Worker - Dining

For additional information or to apply please stop by the HR Services Office or log on to the job line at https://jobs.dickinson.edu

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Contact: houserd@dickinson.edu
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Career Center

Internship Opportunities

What: INROADS Program Information Session
When: Tuesday, January 28 - 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time
Who: Angela Karanja, National Director, Talent Management and Head of STEM Initiatives from INROADS, Inc.

ZOOM Link: https://zoom.us/j/7950892637

Overview of INROADS (https://inroads.org/)
INROADS is a great internship program for first year, sophomore, and junior students who consider themselves under-represented-- first-gen, low-income/high financial need, racial/ethnic minorities-- anyone without a "network." There are 1,200 INROADS internships available to students nationally, typically in large metropolitan areas across the United States.

Here are a couple short video clips with more details on the program.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gO-3y48giI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gg7mt5hK2YA

Internships are typically with major companies. Students from any major are welcome to apply, and internships include a variety of functional roles in business and STEM settings. Students must have a 3.0 GPA or higher in order to apply for the program.

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Student Q&A with LL Bean CEO, Steve Smith '92

Thursday, January 30
12 p.m.
Biddle House 102

Students - Don't miss this opportunity to hear directly from the CEO of LL Bean, Dickinson alumnus Steve Smith '92. LL Bean is a privately held retail company specializing in clothing and outdoor recreation. Steve was the first President hired from outside the company.

Steve will talk with students about his background and career and to answer any questions related to his experiences or to preparing for your first post-college job. He is excited to meet students and be a resource for you! At Dickinson Steve majored in Art History and Physics.

Steve's bio:
Stephen Smith
President and CEO
On January 4, 2016, Stephen Smith became the fourth President and CEO of L.L.Bean.

Steve began his career in 1992 at J. Walter Thompson in New York City. He moved to Maine in 1997 and rose to become the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Resort Sports Network. In 2002, he began his retail career at Hannaford Supermarket and this launched nine years at the Delhaize Group where he gained experience in merchandising, commercial planning, marketing and customer relationship management in the US and Belgium.

In 2011, Steve joined Walmart International as SVP and General Manager of Sam's Club and Chief Marketing Officer for Walmart China in Shenzhen, China. There he gained general management responsibility, integrating e-commerce into the core business and improving annual sales growth. A year later, Steve became Chief Customer Officer of ASDA (part of Walmart International), a $30+ billion food, fashion and general merchandise omnichannel business in the United Kingdom. In 2015, Steve became Chief Merchandising and Marketing Officer for Yihaodian (part of Walmart Global Ecommerce), a pure e-commerce business located in Shanghai.

Steve is a graduate of Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, where he studied Art History and Physics. He grew up in Westchester County, New York and Amherst, Massachusetts. He spends summers on Canada Lake in the Adirondacks at a lake house that has been in his family for generations.

Steve is very active in outdoor sports and enjoys a wide variety of activities. He and his family are excited to be in Maine where they have deep ties and where they can embrace their love of the outdoors and commitment to community.

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Q&A with L.L. Bean CEO, Steve Smith '92

Thursday, January 30th, 12pm in Biddle House 102

Don't miss this opportunity to hear directly from the CEO of LL Bean, Dickinson alumnus Steve Smith '92. LL Bean is a privately held retail company specializing in clothing and outdoor recreation. Steve was the first President hired from outside the company.

Steve will talk with students about his background and career and to answer any questions related to his experiences or to preparing for your first post-college job. He is excited to meet students and spend time with you. At Dickinson Steve majored in Art History and Physics.

Steve's bio:
Stephen Smith
PRESIDENT AND CEO
On January 4, 2016, Stephen Smith became the fourth President and CEO of L.L.Bean.

Steve began his career in 1992 at J. Walter Thompson in New York City. He moved to Maine in 1997 and rose to become the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Resort Sports Network. In 2002, he began his retail career at Hannaford Supermarket and this launched nine years at the Delhaize Group where he gained experience in merchandising, commercial planning, marketing and customer relationship management in the US and Belgium.

In 2011, Steve joined Walmart International as SVP and General Manager of Sam's Club and Chief Marketing Officer for Walmart China in Shenzhen, China. There he gained general management responsibility, integrating e-commerce into the core business and improving annual sales growth. A year later, Steve became Chief Customer Officer of ASDA (part of Walmart International), a $30+ billion food, fashion and general merchandise omnichannel business in the United Kingdom. In 2015, Steve became Chief Merchandising and Marketing Officer for Yihaodian (part of Walmart Global Ecommerce), a pure e-commerce business located in Shanghai.

Steve is a graduate of Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, where he studied Art History and Physics. He grew up in Westchester County, New York and Amherst, Massachusetts. He spends summers on Canada Lake in the Adirondacks at a lake house that has been in his family for generations.

Steve is very active in outdoor sports and enjoys a wide variety of activities. He and his family are excited to be in Maine where they have deep ties and where they can embrace their love of the outdoors and commitment to community.

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College Farm and Sustainability

Green New Deal 2020 Launch Watch Party! Althouse 11 8pm 1/29

Sunrise Movement is hosting two documentaries about the Green New Deal and we will be tuning into their 2020 launch via internet! Snacks and a great way to kick off the semester and get educated about this Green New Deal thing you might have been hearing about. 8 pm Wednesday Jan 29, Althouse 110.

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Now Hiring: Post-Baccalaureate Employment Opportunities with the Dickinson College Farm!

Beyond “just farming,” full-time employment with the College Farm offers yearlong and six-month hands on learning experiences that build professional skill-sets in project management, group leadership, technical know-how, and networking. Interested students are invited to apply, regardless of previous farming experience! The College Farm is currently hiring for 2020 six-month apprenticeship positions and for a 2020-2021 Education and Outreach Coordinator. Applications due February 23, 2020.

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Now Booking: Sustainable Earth Education Classes with the College Farm

The College Farm is now booking Sustainable Earth Education (SEED) classes for Spring 2020!

SEED is an agricultural and environmental teaching program that takes place at the Dickinson College Farm located in Boiling Springs, Pennsylvania. Our platform allows for single visits or series of lessons held at our 80-acre organic production and education farm. We invite instructors, teachers, and troop leaders to work with our SEED educators to design lessons that highlight the seasonal activities taking place at the farm and/or specific curriculum that instructors wish for us to cover. We welcome organized students ages 5-15 in groups like Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, 4H groups, and homeschool groups as well as school groups and classes to visit the farm for field trips. Topics this fall range from soil and decomposers to renewable energy to food justice.

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General Announcements

R&D Deadline: Friday, January 31, 2020

The Research and Development Committee welcomes your proposals for:

•Study Groups for Summer 2020
•Collaborative Student-Faculty Research projects for Summer 2020
•Dana Research Assistantships for Summer 2020

All proposals Must Be Received by Friday January 31. Please be aware that R&D will not be able to consider late proposals for this round of proposal review.

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January 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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Retirement Reception for Jolie Rankin

The Clarke Forum is hosting a reception to honor Jolie Rankin for 23 years of service to Dickinson College
Friday, January 31, 2020
3:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Clarke Forum, 249 W. Louther Street

RSVP not required but appreciated to:
Kim Flinchbaugh flinchbk@dickinson.edu by Tuesday, January 28

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Red Devil Sandwich Series

You’ve heard of the Faculty Feature Sandwich and the Student Sandwich Series, now we’ve opened up submissions to the entire Dickinson Community!
Please submit your recipe by following the link:
https://www.dickinson.edu/forms/form/268/en/red_devil_sandwich_series

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A Decade of Art Made Possible Through the Sylvia J. Smith '73 Artist-in-Residence Program

Exhibition begins January 21, 2020 and will continue through February 22, 2020
Opening Reception will be held on Thursday, January 30, 2020 from 5:30 - 7 p.m.

The Department of Art & Art History is celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the Sylvia J. Smith '73 Artist-in-Residence Program. Established in 2009 to complement the mission of the Department of Art & Art History, the program has brought 11 national and international artists to campus to make artwork, engage with students and contribute to the creative culture at Dickinson during six- to eight-week residencies. To commemorate the anniversary, an exhibition of artworks donated by past artists-in-residence will be on display in the Goodyear Gallery. Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 3-5 p.m.; Saturday, 2-5 p.m.

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Everyday Chicken Wings!

You asked, we delivered! Wings are now available every night at the Quarry!

See location for hours and details.

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Contact: doulgers@dickinson.edu

Student Accounts/Cashier's Office

On Friday, February 6, the Student Accounts/Cashier's Office will be closed at the following times:
9 - 10 a.m. for a department gathering
1:30 - 3 p.m. for the town meeting
The office will reopen after each event.

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Contact: heckendo@dickinson.edu

Professional Development and Wellness

Free Blood Pressure Screening

Monday, January 27
Mary Dickinson Room | Noon - 1 p.m.

Walk-in, no appointment needed!

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Contact: devwell@dickinson.edu

Annual Performance Reviews

The annual performance appraisal process is now open in Totara. Staff members who are due for an annual review will receive automated messages from Totara.

We encourage you to get started with your self-appraisal as soon as possible. All reviews are due on or before April 6, 2020.

The overall performance forms are unchanged. Each employee will again select the current goals to be included as part of the annual evaluation. An email will be sent to the next individual in the chain as stages of the review are completed.

On-line learning modules are available through Totara on the Gateway (search for keywords: performance or goals). Please feel free to contact Dennette Moul or Carol Shaffer in Human Resource Services (ext. 1152) with any questions or concerns. We are here to help.

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Wellness@Dickinson FREE Group Fitness Classes begin the week of January 20!

Pilates | Mondays & Wednesdays | 4:30-5:30 p.m. | CPYB Studios
Sports Yoga | Tuesdays | 4:30-5:30 p.m. | HUB Dance Studio

Join any of these group fitness classes in Totara by searching for the course name, enrolling and signing up for the session(s) of your choice. Contact Human Resource Services at ext. 1503 with any questions, or send an email to devwell@dickinson.edu.

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Cardio, Tone & Stretch begins Friday, February 7!

HUB Dance Studio | 12:15-1 p.m.
Instructor: Tina Salomone from Ethos Fitness

Enjoy the return of CTS for the Spring Semester! Kick off your shoes for this truly unique class fusing cardio, strength and stretch using traditional techniques, Pilates and yoga for an all over body workout. Segments include smooth, low-impact mindful movements that will get your heart pumping while challenging your length and strength with graceful transitions to leave you feeling lean, long, flexible and strong. Enroll and sign up now in Totara for this physical wellbeing class. Contact Human Resource Services at ext. 1503 with any questions, or send an email to devwell@dickinson.edu.

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Envisioning an Inclusive Future: Creating a Culture of Belonging for Underrepresented Students

In this faculty & staff presentation Vincent L. Stephens, Director of the Popel Shaw Center and Contributing Faculty in Music, discusses relevant emerging patterns in higher education, the impact of contemporary student activism on campus climate, the evolving needs of students from historically underrepresented populations and ways faculty and staff can foster an inclusive campus culture for students. An inclusive menu of light appetizers and beverages will be provided. This event will be held in the Social Hall East from 4:45-6:15 PM on Monday February 3rd and is a part of the Popel Shaw Center's Campus Climate Conversation Series. Please register on Totara at the link below.

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Greenlight Operation: Education, Prevention & Awareness of Human Trafficking

Information & Resource Session
Presented by Jordan Pine, Founder & Executive Director of Greenlight Operation
Tuesday, February 11
HUB Social Hall West | noon-1 p.m.

Greenlight Operation is devoted to raising awareness about human trafficking, with the goal to create a larger impact by mobilizing communities to take action.

Attend the information session to be empowered and learn more about resources for the prevention of human trafficking and ways you can have a positive impact in our local community. Greenlight Operation believes awareness is the first step to combat human trafficking. During the seminar, attendees will be educated on the issue of human trafficking, learn about modern-day slavery in Central Pennsylvania, and be equipped with the information needed to combat this issue. Enroll in the Human Trafficking Awareness course through Totara and sign-up today!

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Student Jobs/Careers/Internships

2020 Local Service Tax Exemption Form

All current student employees must complete this form each calendar year. In order to be exempt from paying the annual $52 Local Services Tax , the LST Exemption form must be completed each calendar year by all student employees earning less than $12,000 per year. Please return the form to the department where you are working, the Payroll Office (Old West-3rd floor), or to the Student Employment office (HR Services Building 55 N West St.) by Friday, January 31, 2020. Any student employee who does not complete and return the form, will be subject to the $52 annual local services tax. Please complete this form using your Home/Permanent address.

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LGBT History Project Spring Internship in Archives

Dickinson's Archives and Special Collections and the LGBT Center of Central PA are collaborating to document the stories of LGBTQ+ individuals in our region. Unpaid internship positions are available for a minimum of 6 hours per week. Projects may include conducting and/or transcribing oral history interviews; editing video; cataloging documents, images, and artifacts; researching historic sites; or contributing to other research efforts. Internships may be completed on-campus, although off-campus opportunities are available for those with transportation.

Send a letter of interest and a resume to history@centralpalgbtcenter.org. Applications for Spring 2020 are due by January 31.

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Job Available -- 2020 Presidential Fellowship Program!

The Office of the President is currently seeking curious, motivated, and engaged student applicants for its Presidential Fellowship Program. Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are eligible to apply. The ideal candidate is passionate about the college and wants to better understand research, development, and planning in higher education. The role requires students to conduct interviews with Dickinson’s alumni population in summer 2020. Using a designed questionnaire, students will note and evaluate the engagement of alumni in various geographic areas.

Students are assigned alumni interviewees based on where they specify they will be in the United States during the summer; however, this position may require students to travel beyond their immediate location. Applicants that are interested in and willing to travel if needed are strongly preferred. All reasonable travel accommodations and needs required for this position are covered by the college for those selected to participate. This does not include summer housing or costs not directly related to interviewing alumni.

Most of the spots for this program are for full-time hires. For junior applicants, a part-time position may be offered on a case by case basis, allowing for flexibility with another summer internship or job. All applicants are paid a competitive salary of $12 an hour for up to 40 hours of work each week and are eligible for bonuses based on outstanding performance. Fellowship funding is contingent upon successful completion of assigned tasks, training, and any other position requirements.

This position is an excellent opportunity to conduct research around the United States that will better inform Dickinson’s future strategic planning. It provides participating students with marketable skills in social science research, communications, and nonprofit development work. It also offers students the ability to network with and gain a greater understanding of Dickinson’s alumni community.

Applications will open Monday, December 9th and close at 11:59pm on Friday, January 31st. To apply, please use our job post on Handshake. Applications require a resume, brief essay, and two faculty/staff references. Please note: The required essay response is for the following question: What value do you see in connecting with alumni? One reference must come from a faculty member. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required on the first day of employment including non-resident alien students with an F-1 Visa using CPT or OPT.. For more details on how to submit the appropriate materials, please visit our job posting. Promising candidates will be selected for an in-person interview after successful completion and submission of their application. If you have any questions about the position, application, or selection process, please email presidentialfellows@dickinson.edu.

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Job Available -- College Advancement Internship!

College Advancement is currently seeking an organized, motivated, and engaged intern who is interested in learning more about alumni engagement, data management, and fundraising. Students from all classes are eligible to apply. The ideal candidate is passionate about the college and wants to better understand research, alumni engagement, and fundraising in higher education.

The role requires students to manage aspects of the operations and data collection for the Presidential Fellowship, coordinate weekly meetings in Teams, and carry out a project in one of the two areas listed below:

Prospect Research: If interested in this track, the applicant will have the opportunity to work on projects and tasks relating to prospect research, which may include data analysis and projects relating to prospect identification and prospect management. As Prospect Research serves an integral role in nonprofit advancement by identifying new potential donors to the institution, this track would be a great fit for someone who is detail-oriented, proficient in internet research, and has excellent writing and verbal communication skills.

Annual Fund: If interested in this track, the applicant will have the opportunity to work on projects relating to annual giving. This may include working on fundraising appeals, donor communication, data analysis, and constituent outreach. As annual giving provides support for Dickinson’s areas of greatest need, this work is a meaningful way to support your institution, learn about nonprofit advancement, and interact with the alumni community. Upon student interest and needs of the office, the student may be asked to take on some duties as a Presidential Fellow. This would require using a designed questionnaire to interview alumni and evaluate their level of engagement. The student must be willing to do some local travel. All reasonable travel accommodations and needs required for this position are covered by the college.

This internship is a full-time paid position of 35 hours and based in the College Advancement office. Please note that this position does not include summer housing or costs not directly related to the internship. This position is part of the INP program and the student will be required to fulfill the reflective curriculum necessary to receive credit.

Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required on the first day of employment including non-resident alien students with an F-1 Visa using CPT or OPT.

This position is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in nonprofit development work, data management, and communications.

Applications will open Monday, December 9th and close at 11:59pm on Friday, January 31st.

To apply, please use our job post on Handshake. Applications require a resume, two faculty/staff references (one of which must be a faculty member), and a cover letter indicating which one of the two project tracks you would choose and why.

Incomplete applications will not be considered. For more details on how to submit the appropriate materials, please visit our job posting. Promising candidates will be selected for an in-person interview after successful completion and submission of their application.

If you have any questions about the position, application, or selection process, please email presidentialfellows@dickinson.edu.

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Apply to be an RA with Residence Life and Housing

The Resident Advisor (RA) position plays an integral role within Residence Life & Housing. Students selected to assume this important leadership role will have significant, focused responsibility for residential living in an assigned area. RAs are enthusiastic students and leaders who have a direct influence on campus culture and develop valuable leadership skills such as communication, building rapport, and managing conflict while making a substantive contribution to the campus community.

Resident Advisor recruitment & selection process will start in December and will continue during the spring semester. The selection process is designed to help applicants get to know new people, learn about themselves, and gain important skills. Applications are due on February 9, 2020. Group interviews will be held on Sunday, February 16 and individual interviews will be February 20-22.

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Geometry Tutor Needed

A geometry tutor is needed for a high school junior at my home, a 6-minute drive from campus. Tutor must be patient, enjoy math and be confident in their ability to explain high school geometry. $25/hour. Having experience with tutoring, your own transportation and the ability to speak French are all plusses but are not required. Please email barkerk@dickinson.edu for more information or to apply.

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Volunteer Events and Fundraising

DCCC's Annual Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser

The Children's Center will be hosting our ever popular Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser and Silent Auction on Saturday, February 8, from 8-11 a.m. Come enjoy a breakfast of all you can handle, pancakes, sausage, and eggs, with coffee, juice, or water! Bring your little ones to do crafts, have their face-painted, or participate in one of our demonstrations provided by, CPYB, yoga, or Soccer Shots! Check out the over 50 items for auction, and purchase a few cupcakes! All to support the Children's Center! You will not be disappointed! Tickets are $9 for adults, and $5 children ages 2-12, and can be purchased ahead by calling the center 245-1088. You can also purchase tickets at the door!

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