It’s Week Five, and Friday is the halfway point of the term! Keep working hard on those midterms and assignments, because Spring Break is around the corner!
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- January 29-February 23: Withdraw from a course with 0% refund
- February 23 at 5 pm: Last Day to choose S/U for a class
Nonprofit Opportunities Fair
Join us for the 12th Annual Nonprofit Opportunities Fair! Meet representatives from more than 50 local and national nonprofit and government organizations, representing a variety of fields, seeking OSU volunteers, interns, and employees. Network with people who share your interests and passions, and learn more about the opportunities available in the nonprofit and public service fields.
The 2018 schedule includes the following:
- 10am-11 am, MU 13 Multipurpose Room: Nonprofit Pathways in Sustainability and Environmental Conservation
- 11 am-2 pm: Nonprofit Opportunities Fair, MU Ballroom
- 12 pm-2 pm, MU East Ballroom: Resume Workshop and Drop-In Help Session with the Career Development Center Staff
- 2 pm-3 pm, MU 13 Multipurpose Room: Nonprofit Pathways in Human Services and Youth Development
Registration is also open for students. Students are not required to register for the event but are encouraged so they receive reminder notifications and updates about the event. Students, please register via Handshake. For disability-related accommodation requests, please call 541-737-3041 or email email@example.com.
Click here to view a list of the organizations currently registered.
OSU Blood Drive
The OSU Blood Drive is coming up! Are you my type?
When: February 12 to February 16 (Week 6)
Where: ***McAlexander Field House*** Mon through Thurs, and First United Methodist Church on Monroe on Friday
Sign up to VOLUNTEER here!
Sign up to DONATE here! Enter sponsor code OSU.
Facebook event: OSU Winter Term Blood Drive – “Are you my type?”
You may also sign up to volunteer and/or donate at the MU quad during Week 5. Find us at our BDA Table. Let’s save lives!
Job Opportunity for Transfer Students
Transfer Students! Join the START team as a Transfer Ambassador. Help welcome incoming transfer students and their families to Beaver Nation! This is a paid summer job opportunity and a great way to make connections. Apply today here by February 16th, 2018!
The Public Health Club
The CPHHS Public Health Club needs your input, and your future participation, in the Club’s Public Health Week activities, which takes place April 2-8 (the first week of Spring term). Public Health Week is a nationwide initiative of the American Public Health Association.
Please complete this very brief survey to inform the Club officers of the activities you’d like to participate in by Tuesday, March 6. If you can contribute to the planning and coordinating of an activity, please indicate that on the form.
The club will discuss the results of the survey and plan next steps at their next meeting on Wednesday, March 7, at 4:30 pm in Waldo Hall 400. You can join them to help form and mobilize their plans. They will also share the results and plans through their listserv and Facebook page.
Volunteers Needed for Stone Soup
The United Campus Ministry at Westminster House organizes the meal services at Stone Soup every 2nd and 4th Tuesday. Students may volunteer for either or both shifts on any given 2nd or 4th Tuesday. No particular skills are needed – just a willing spirit to serve and to connect with guests. The work will be supervised by experienced folks. To sign up, click here. For more information, visit the Stone Soup website.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Could you use help paying for food each month? Are you a student between the ages of 18-49 and attending college at least half time? You could be eligible for SNAP. For those who are eligible, this could be up to $189 per month in groceries – adding up to an additional $1,000 or so in support for each student between now and the end of the academic year.
To apply, you can either submit an application online or go to a DHS SNAP office and complete a paper application.
Extra Help Sessions for Mathematics
Help sessions are available for MTH 112, 150X, 241, 251, 252, 254, and 256. Check out the link above for the session times and locations.
Now Hiring for KidSpirit Summer Day Camp 2018
Are you a natural leader? Looking to become a leader? Do you want to become a teacher who can shape the future? Are you ready to challenge yourself and make a camper’s summer amazing? Are you high energy? A diamond in the rough? Looking for an engaging team? Are you a bottle of fun? Then they want you! KidSpirit is looking for superheroes who want to make a positive impact in the lives of children grades K-8. Spend this summer with KidSpirit and lead kids as they go on adventures, create masterpieces, and have a barrel (literally a barrel) of laughs. KidSpirit is hiring camp counselors, office administration, marketing staff, and head instructor positions in sports, art, theater, science, archery, gymnastics, and cooking. They also offer unpaid internships if you are looking to fulfill such requirements! For more information, call 541-737-KIDS (5437). Apply online here!
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.