Seniors: Consider the New Online Masters Degree in C & I
Applications are open now for the new online master of education degree in Curriculum & Instruction, launching in Fall 2019. The program emphasizes professional development of teachers and other educators to understand interconnections among theory, research, and practice. Learn more and apply here.
Join The Chicago Teachers Project
Application Deadline: March 6
The Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago is proud to announce the launch of The Chicago Teachers Project: A Laboratory for Jewish Early Childhood Education Cohort 2.
Fellows in this two-year program will assume full-time co-teaching positions in Chicago’s premier Jewish early childhood centers. Outside the classroom, Teaching Fellows will grow together as a cohort, studying cutting-edge practices in early childhood education and exploring Jewish life with a dynamic team of professors and mentors. Learn more and apply.
Work with DGS as a Summer Peer Advisor
Feb. 26; 9-10 a.m. IUB 514
March 5; 3-4 p.m. IUB 514
Application Deadline: March 25; 5 p.m.
The Division of General Studies (DGS) is seeking undergraduate student leaders, who are interested in being a positive influence on the DGS campus community, to assist with their New Student Registration program. The summer peer advisors will work closely with DGS advisors and administrators to gain necessary knowledge to assist incoming freshman in planning for their first semester of college. To apply email a cover letter, resume and three references to Jessica Arnold.
Work with KE Camps This Summer
KE Camps, the leader in operating country club day camps for kids, is seeking a day camp director & counselors for Summer 2019! If you love to work with children, enjoy staying active and have endless energy, this is the job for you! In addition to being a role model for your campers and positively impacting their lives, you will earn a competitive salary and build your resume. For a complete job desctiption, camp details, and to apply online.
Explore Opportunities with Peace Corps
Panel Discussion: Feb. 27; 6 - 7:30 p.m.
Women's Resources Center
Come celebrate Peace Corps Week! A panel of returned Peace Corps volunteers who now work in higher education, agriculture, economic development, and more will be discussing both the rewarding and challenging aspects of their experiences and how Peace Corps contributed to their professional and personal development. If you're curious what Peace Corps service is really like, this is a great opportunity to hear about a wide range of experiences, so bring your questions! Snacks will be served. Email email@example.com with any questions.