Happy Week Four, Beavs! As midterms begin, remember to take time to study, but also to take breaks from your school work to relieve stress. Go for a walk, call a friend, listen to some music, or anything else that will help your mind reset. Have a fantastic week!
- March 30-June 12: Spring Term
- Last Day to Change the Grading Basis of a Course: June 5, 2020 (extended)
- Fall 2020: Commencement, date TBD (postponed ceremony from Sping 2020)
Getting a Damn Job: Workshop Series
The Career Development Center is offering virtual career development workshops. The Getting a Dam Job series covers many pieces to finding a job after graduation. The next workshop is Interview Like a Pro on Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at 12:00 pm. Register on Handshake today, and keep an eye out for upcoming workshops in upcoming newsletters.
Beavers Belong is a campus wide support network. They are currently looking for Directors and Leaders for the 2020-21 academic year! Directors and Leaders will facilitate undergrad and graduate groups to support OSU students. Currently, Beavers Belong is meeting virtually. Build connection, community, and belonging with Beavers Belong. Learn more and apply today!
CPHHS Peer Advisors: Get to Know Us!
The CPHHS Office of Student Success currently has fourteen Peer Advisors. Peer Advisors are here to help you, offering Peer Advising appointments to learn more about College opportunities, application processes, and resume and cover letter help. Visit our new Peer Advisor webpage, get to know us, and schedule an appointment with a Peer Advisor today!
Allied Health Student Guide
EduMed.org has updated the Allied Health Student Guide for Study Skills & Time Management. Check out the updates and see how to make the most of your virtual learning experience! They also have some advice on how to deal with stress as a college health and medical student. If you’re in the PTAH option, these are some great resources for you!
Beaver Connect: Peer Mentors Needed
The newly named Beaver Connect program is looking for Peer Mentors for 2020-2021! This program, formerly known as the Faculty-Student Mentor Program (FSMP), will match you as a co-mentor with a faculty member in your college to lead crucial discussions on navigating college, achieving success, and getting more out of the OSU experience with a group of 3-4 new-to-OSU students. This is a paid position that will help you make connections with faculty and peers and develop resume-building leadership skills! We are particularly interested in undergraduate students who identify as first generation, low-income, underrepresented, transfer, or have experience in the University Exploratory Studies Program. Want to find out more? Fill out our interest form by April 30 to be added to our information sessions occurring later in Spring 2020! Questions and accommodation requests can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Human Services Resource Center Updates
During this challenging and uncertain time, the HSRC is still available to support students of the OSU community, including opportunities to support food security for students. The HSRC is offering SNAP support, including remote application assistance in nine languages. In addition to this, the on-site Food Pantry and Grocery support is still operating at Champinefu Lodge for local students. Other resources the HSRC is offering is laptop and calculator loans, basic needs navigation and emergency housing, and textbook support. If you are in need, reach out today!
Career Development Center
With graduation on the horizon for many students, consider contacting the Career Development Center! This student resource is a great opportunity for students to improve their resume and cover letter, practice interviewing, and connect with potential employers. The College of Public Health and Human Sciences is lucky to have Claire Wu, who helps students specifically in our college with career development. The Career Development Center is currently operating remotely, so feel free to check out their website to learn more and get in touch!
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