The Final Check: Proofreading and editing strategies
1-2 p.m. (CT) Tuesday, Dec. 8 via Zoom
The Writers Workshop is here to help you wrap up those final papers! Learn how to polish your papers with this workshop where you'll gain and practice effective strategies. Please visit our calendar to register by 11:59 p.m. (CT) on Monday, Dec. 7.
6 Countries, 3 Education Systems, 1 Adventurous Third Culture Kid
The International Programs Team in the College of LAS hosts a podcast, Our Global Campus: Engage the World Through Illinois. In Episode 6, third culture kid, Katrina Rbeiz, shares her diverse experiences growing up as a Lebanese-American in the Middle East. Illustrating what it looks like to navigate worlds while living in a state of in-between, Katrina Rbeiz tells it all…here.
Specific ATLAS internship projects for Spring 2021
We are currently accepting applications for specific internship projects in the spring. Please see our website for more information. If, after reading the descriptions, any one of the projects interests you, please apply here.
Virtual international internships and research opportunities available for spring
LAS International Programs is offering virtual opportunities for students to engage in global learning this spring. These opportunities include internationally focused research projects, internships with international organizations, and online global courses. Visit the Virtual Global Experiences website and schedule an appointment with an LAS International Programs advisor to learn more.
Skills tracks offered by ATLAS Internship Program
Applications open Monday, Dec. 14; skills tracks begin Monday, Dec. 21
LAS students interested in furthering their technical skills can sign up here for a staff curated Skills Track. ATLAS staff is available to assist and guide students through the track. A student who successfully completes a Skills Track will be invited to interview for an ATLAS internship. We have skills tracks in website development, educational technology, data analytics, social media, and more!
Life + Career Design scholarship application open
Priority deadline: Sunday, Dec. 20
Life + Career Design scholarships support students’ experiences in professional work with the goal of advancing their career readiness. The scholarships support students’ living and/or other expenses related to engaging in an unpaid or underpaid internship, undergraduate research experience, extended volunteer experience, or possibly even a part-time job. Read the web page for all of the qualifications and details.
Life + Career Design Lab hours and peer counseling availability
Noon to 2 p.m. (CT) daily until Reading Day
Need help applying for the Life + Career Design Scholarship or getting a jump on polishing up your resume for the upcoming spring career fairs? Our peer mentors are trained and available to assist. If you can't make our daily lab hours, send us an email at LASemail@example.com to make an appointment. The lab will be closed on Reading Day and will reopen on Dec. 21.
Join COVID-Corps during Spring 2021
Earn credit in LAS 199 (CRN49129) while you help address unique challenges posed by the virus, both locally and globally. You do not have to be on campus to participate in our course. Curious for more information? Hear from student participants and check out the COVID-Corps: Action for Solutions website for more information.