Funded by the generosity of the MSUFCU and individual donors, the MSUFCU Internship Opportunity Award provides stipend awards of up to $1,000 each to help cover out-of-pocket expenses related to an unpaid internship. The number of awards will be based on available program funds and demonstrated student interest and need. Contingent awards are available for students who have not accepted an internship offer by the application deadline, but internships must be secured (confirmed) with 10 days of the deadline. (Many awards will be for less than the maximum $1,000 award.)
Find more information here: https://careernetwork.msu.edu/resources/msufcu-internship-opportunity-award/
The Accessible Learning Conference (ALC) Planning Committee is excited to announce that the Call For Proposals is open! This year the conference theme is Accessibility Re-imagined. Please visit the ALC Call for Proposals page for more information.
Taking place virtually via Zoom at no cost on November 12-13, 2020, the sixth annual ALC will provide attendees with a range of sessions exploring scholarship, universally accessible courses, websites, and content. We place a strong emphasis on student involvement in this conference, so please encourage your students to participate. We hope you will consider submitting a proposal for ALC before the September 21, 2020 deadline.
The MSU Center for Survivors is now recruiting volunteers for our Fall 2020 Online Training Class!
What: Sexual Assault Crisis Intervention (SACI) Team provides essential support, advocacy, and outreach services to the MSU campus and greater Lansing community. All of training will be held online.
Who: Volunteers do NOT need to be current students or affiliated with MSU to get involved!
Fall training sessions include mandatory 42-Hour Sexual Assault Crisis Intervention and Medical Advocacy Training including self-study and live synchronous meetings via zoom as indicated below:
• Sunday, October 4th 1-5pm EST
• Wednesday, October 14th 6-8pm EST
• Sunday, October 18th 1-5pm EST
• Sunday, October 25th 1-5pm EST.
• Sunday, November 8th 1-5pm EST for Medical Advocacy Training
All live zoom sessions are MANDATORY in order to complete training.
Learn more and apply here: https://centerforsurvivors.msu.edu/volunteering/volunteer-application/
Meeting ID: 997 6844 1097 | Passcode: 914221
A conversation with Michal Avera Samuel, Director of the Fidel Association, the leading Israeli NGO representing the interests and aspirations of Ethiopian Israelis.
A social leader and educational activist advocating for the successful integration of Ethiopian Israelis, Ms. Samuel has over 18 years of experience in directing educational projects. She has served as Fidel’s Executive Director since 2011. Ms. Samuel has an MA in Educational Counseling from Haifa University and is regularly invited to lecture on the Ethiopian Israeli community’s history, culture and absorption at academic institutions and schools across Israel.
Ms. Samuel was born in Gondar, Ethiopia. She is the youngest of nine children, and made aliyah with her family in 1984 as part of Operation Moses via Sudan. She joined the Fidel Association in the year 2000 and served as Director of Professional Training, PR, and Community Development, as well as Deputy Director prior to being appointed Executive Director in 2011. Ms. Samuel serves on the Government of Israel’s prestigious Round Table Panel on Social Issues, which brings together leaders from the public, private and non-profit sectors.
Ms. Samuel’s vast experience includes serving as a research assistant to MK Naomi Blumenthal on the Knesset’s Immigration Committee and as Spokesperson and Advisor to the Scholarship Fund for Ethiopian Jews (SFEJ), Boca Raton, Florida. Beyond her dedication to advancing the Ethiopian-Israeli community, Ms. Samuel serves as a Board Member of the Israel Center for Educational Innovation and volunteers at “Women to Women,” Haifa, supporting victims of domestic violence.
With internships, recruiting, and networking all occurring online, it’s even more important to have a polished and professional digital brand. Join us for quick tips on how to curate your content on LinkedIn and social media to engage professionals in your field.
To learn more and apply here:
English graduate student Liz Deegan will be hosting a D2L Drop-In Workshop for anyone who needs it, both incoming and advanced students! On Wednesday, September 16th, from 2-4pm, she will have open zoom hours where anyone can drop in for help on some D2L basics. Below are a range of topics she can help with:
- Making Announcements
- Organizing your Content
- Setting up Attendance
- Setting up your gradebook
- Creating a Rubric
- Creating Quizzes
- Release Conditions for Content
- & more! Let me know if you need something specific
The event can be a way for folks to get more comfortable with D2L and its capabilities – especially considering we are extra reliant on technology with virtual learning. But also, feel free to drop in and say hi!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for zoom link.
Writing professional documents like a resume or cover letter can feel overwhelming; let the Career Services Network help you share your professional story in this workshop focused on writing and formatting your resume and cover letters.
For the link and password to this webinar, please RSVP for the event.
We are delighted to let you know that Ross Gay will be “visiting” MSU Creative Writing next Wednesday 9/16 at 3 pm.
Ross Gay is the author of four books of poetry: Against Which; Bringing the Shovel Down, Catalog of Unabashed Gratitude, winner of the 2015 National Book Critics Circle Award and the 2016 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award. His collection of essays, The Book of Delights, was released by Algonquin Books in 2019. His new book of poems, Be Holding, will be released from the University of Pittsburgh Press in September 2020. Gay teaches in the Creative Writing Program at Indiana University.