Check out the new opportunities offered by the College of Public Health and Human Sciences this week. It’s Week 7, and the sun came out for a few days; hope you enjoyed it before the rain returned.
- April 17: Late class add through petition begins
- May 19: Last day to change to or from S/U grading
CPHHS Club Spotlight
Nutrition & Dietetics Club
The Nutrition & Dietetics Club is a student-run organization on the Oregon State University campus. The club provides students interested in nutrition opportunities to learn more about a career in dietetics, volunteer in the community, and educate the public about better health and nutrition. The purpose is to provide a framework for meaningful student involvement and to stimulate interest in the profession of dietetics.The club meets every other Wednesday at 5:30. For more information, contact Tyler Chase.
Internship Opportunity: UUFC
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Corvallis is a liberal religious congregation looking for interns to run their summer toddler play group session. UUFC strives to create playgroups that will give children the opportunity to have fun playing outdoors, telling stories, singing, playing movement games, and providing time for reflection through art projects. These playgroups will be helpful for families with toddlers who typically aren’t eligible for summer camps because of their young age and will help build community. If you’d like to be a part of this exciting, unpaid, part-time opportunity to join the UUFC team for the summer, email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com by May 19.
5 Under 5
“5 Under 5” is a panel of five alumni who are less than five years out of school, sharing what you can expect after graduation. This interactive panel discussion and networking opportunity will feature five recent graduates from the College of Public Health and Human Sciences. Hear how they are using their degrees, and get a glimpse into what your future may hold. Register at osualum.com/5under5PHHS; this is a free event, and light appetizers are included. The event is May 16, 6-7pm at 115 Hallie Ford Center.
Benny’s Business Closet Spring Sale
Benny’s Business Closet is holding a Spring Sale on May 19, from 9am – 2pm in the Austin Hall Marketplace (main 1st floor lobby). Benny’s offers low-cost, gently-used professional attire for OSU students. Students should be able to get an entire suit for as little as $20. We have professional attire as well as business casual items and we accept cash or credit.
- HELP Position: Non-profit branch of Corvallis Daytime Drop-in Center is seeking an individual to fill its part-time Workforce Coordinator position. The job consists of (a) assigning homeless or nearly homeless workers with clients seeking temporary help at their homes or businesses; (b) searching for new clients to provide work; (c) speaking to community groups to advertise the program; (d) providing basic training in good work habits; and (e) assisting the HELP Director with various tasks such as setting up workshops and fundraising. Twenty hours per week at $17 per hour. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Education Project Assistants: The Kindergarten Readiness Research team is now hiring two full-time Education Project Assistants. The positions can be applied for through the OSU website, Postings #P00924CT and #P00925CT. Assistants will be responsible for local travel to area schools to recruit participants, collect data, and provide training related to child development and study goals. Assistants will also serve as leads for undergraduate research assistants in the field and will administer standardized assessments in classroom settings with young children. Strong applicants will have experience in research, working with young children, and an eagerness to learn and adapt to various research project activities including data entry, participant communication, and app development.
- Camp Promise: Camp Promise is a one-week (Aug 21- Aug 26) overnight camp that is provided free of charge for kids, teens, and adults with muscular dystrophy and select neuromuscular diseases. We believe all kids should get to experience the magic of camp, regardless of their medical needs or physical abilities and highly value our volunteers who help make this happen. Our schedule is jam packed with theme days, pranks, costumes, summer fun, and activities that are 100% wheelchair accessible. Apply online at Camp Promise, by today, May 15.
- Alternative Break: Alternative break trips are immersive community-engaged learning experiences focused on personal growth and leadership development through community projects, education sessions, reflection, and team-building. Discover various factors affecting tribal policy and community well-being in Warm Springs, Oregon, by exploring elements of tribal governance, food sourcing, and community and cultural activities. For more information and to apply, visit: Alternative Break-Warm Springs.
Plan for a PIN
All students must have an approved Fall 2017 term course plan on file in MyDegrees in order to receive a PIN to register for Fall 2017 classes. Please refer to the PHHS MyDegrees planner tutorial for helpful tools on creating your plan.
OSS Online Appointment Scheduling:
Our online appointment scheduling system, TimeTrade, is now available to all students with an active ONID username and password to make appointments.
TimeTrade allows students to:
- Schedule an appointment with their assigned academic advisor at http://health.oregonstate.edu/advisors.
- Schedule a 15-minute, 25-minute, or 50-minute appointment based on the type of appointment needed.
- Schedule an appointment up to 6 weeks in advance.
- Schedule, reschedule, or cancel an appointment 24/7 online.
- Schedule a same-day appointment if an appointment is made by 8am.
Please note that if you schedule an appointment with an advisor other than your assigned advisor, you may be asked to reschedule your appointment. If you do not know who your assigned advisor is, you can log in to MyDegrees, which lists your assigned advisor, or you can call us at 541-737-8900, and we will be happy to help you.
Do you know your advisor?
Need help finding your assigned advisor? Check your MyDegrees student degree checklist in the Assigned Advisor block, or call the Office of Student Success at 541-737-8900.