Welcome to the end of week 5, Beavs! Can you believe we’re already halfway through the term? It feels like we just started, but winter registration is already upon us! If you haven’t received an email from your advisor, this term we’ll be getting our registration pins a little differently. Please visit this winter 2022 tutorial on how to get your pin!☺


  • Term Dates: Sep 22 – Dec 10
  • Phase 1 Registration: May 16 – Jun 2
  • Last day to S/U a course AND withdraw from a course: Nov 12
  • Last day to withdraw from term: Dec 3
  • Finals week: Dec 6 – Dec 10


Clothing Drive for Afghan Refugees

  • Donate by October 29th (today!)
  • Majority Muslim refugees so modest clothes are required
  • For men: long sleeve shirts and pants
  • For women: long sleeve shirts/dresses, pants/dresses that cover the ankle, neckline that covers the collar bone, clothes should also be loose fitting
  • Items may be dropped off at 2 locations:
    • Help Desk in Military and Veteran Resources Center in Snell Hall Suite 150
    • SEC 228 (second floor of SEC, right at the top of the stairs)

Stipend for Focus-Group Study on Food Insecurity Survey

  • Study: Validating a Measure of Food Insecurity among College Students
  • Goal of study: identify survey improvements on how many students have access to enough food, which will help develop resources to increase access to food for all students
  • Seeking students to be a part of a 1.5-2 hour focus group where they will share their thoughts about food insecurity survey
  • Stipend: $25 Amazon e-gift card
  • Participation registration interest form here due November 4th
  • Contact for questions: Bailey Munger, Jessica Warrick, or Jenny Jackson

Winter Term HDFS Internships

  • Planning to take HDFS 310 or 410 Winter term?
    • Contact Dr. Tasha Galardi NOW so she can help find you an internship and approve your site
  • Anyone wanting to take HDFS 310/410 needs to contact Tasha at least ONE term beforehand
  • Tasha’s office hours (both virtual and in-person)

Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP)

  • FREE transformative 6 week summer experience for aspiring health professions
    • Must be a freshman or sophomore in college
  • Over 65% of scholars who apply to medical or dental school are accepted
  • Applications open next week Monday, November 1, 2021!
  • Application deadline: February 5, 2021 8:59 PST

Campus-Wide Internship Forum

  • Date: Wednesday, November 3, 2021 @ 5 PM
  • Mode of event: in person @ Agricultural & Life Sciences room 4001 and over Zoom
  • Forum to talk about winter, spring, and summer internships in Washington, DC and Oregon at state and federal levels
  • Guest speakers: past interns in Salem and DC, current legislative staffers, an academic advisor, and information about resources and scholarship opportunities
  • Contact for questions: Jock Mills

National Collegiate Research Conference (NCRC)

  • Dates and times conference held: January 21– 23, 2022
  • Large-scale forum held annually at Harvard University (tentative virtual due to COVID)
    • Most accomplished undergraduate students convene to share their research in humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences
  • Goal: provide student researchers w/ opportunity to hear from world’s leading authorities in academia, policy, and industry
  • Applications close on December 1st, 2021 by 8:59 PM PST
  • Contact for questions: programming@hcura.org

University of South Carolina Live Pre-Health Conferences

  • Date and times: sessions throughout 9/21/2021 – 11/23/2021
  • Department of Public Health Sciences @ Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC)
  • Virtual informational sessions about MS/PhD programs in Biostatistics and Epidemiology
  • RSVPing for a session

Pre-Therapy and Allied Health (PTAH) Club

  • Supports students interested in PTAH fields
    • Includes PT, occupational therapy, athletic training, nursing, physician assistant studies and medical school
  • Provide students opportunities to advance knowledge in PTAH via volunteer and job opportunities
  • Connect w/ peers and raise awareness for individuals w/ disabilities via fundraising
  • Contact to be added to listserv or more information: Taylor Altick


Beavs Volunteer Service Projects

  • Register for any of the below events at CEL here
  • Benton Habitat for Humanity: Fridays 12 – 3 PM
  • Heartland Humane Society: Mondays 1 – 3:30 PM
  • Corvallis Parks and Rec: Thursdays 3:30 – 5:30 PM
  • Unity Shelter, Room at the Inn: Fridays 10:30 AM – 2 PM
  • Starker Arts Garden for Education (SAGE): Wednesdays 1 – 3:30 PM

Foster Families at Every Child Linn Benton

  • DHS-affiliated organization supporting foster families
  • Monthly Foster Parent Night Out (FPNO) happens every Saturday 4 – 8 PM
    • Parents drop their children (bio and foster) off at a local church building for food, fun, and activities
  • In need of volunteers to help during FPNOs
  • Students interested in teaching, etc. highly encouraged to help out
  • Application here

CASA-Voices for Children Looking for Volunteers

  • Empowers community volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children in the dependency court system
  • Developed program: Cultural Advocate Partner (CAP)
    • Seeking volunteers to be a part of this project that identify with underrepresented groups
  • Required: must be 21+ years of age
  • Must be willing to commit to a length of a case (2 years) and be available 2–4 hours/month


Multiple Job Openings at Linn County Department of Health Services

  • Openings Available:
    • Health Office Specialist
    • Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist
    • Tobacco Prevention Coordinator
  • All positions 37.5 hours/week w/ salaries ranging $2948-5297/month
  • All position application due November 2, 2021
  • Apply here and use search bar
  • Contact for questions: Call Terri McQueen, Contract & Special Projects Manager
    • Ofc: (541) 924-6916 x 2847

Yamhill County Juvenile Department Hiring Juvenile Probation Officer

  • Eligibility: Bachelors in behavioral sciences or related field and a juvenile counselor certification
  • Description: full-time position for a probation officer to perform correctional and social casework w/ client youth and their families
    • Duties: investigation, counseling, adjustment, rehabilitation, and guidance of children and youth on court-ordered probation
  • Benefits: health coverage including group medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage for entire family; FET (similar to PTO) available
  • Application and more information on job opening here at this link
  • Application due date: November 5, 2021 @ 3 PM

Samaritan Athletic Medicine Strength Coach/Group Strength Training

  • Eligibility: Bachelor’s in Exercise Physiology, Sports Science, Kinesiology, and other related fields; certification required and NSCA-CSCS preferred
    • Graduating seniors encouraged to apply!
  • Description: conduct physical activity assessments and provide analysis and training
    • 1-on-1 sessions or group training
  • Goal: prevent, diagnose, and treat injuries related to physical activity (specifically rotation or deformation of joints/muscles caused by engaging physical activities)
  • Time commitment: 40 hours/week w/ 60-70% coaching on the floor/semi-private training environment and 30-40% administrative tasks
  • Benefits: medical, retirement and PTO
  • Click here for more information and application
  • Contact for questions: Kyle Bangen

Kidco Head Start

  • Various job openings in Albany, Corvallis, and Lebanon
  • Job category openings: administration, center support, education
  • HDFS Child Development and education double degrees encouraged to apply!
  • Kidco’s focus: making a difference in the lives of children
  • Click here for more information and to apply, click “Kidco position openings

Office Assistant for School of Biological & Population Health Sciences

  • Application deadline: 11/05/2021 by 11:59 PM at dedicated job posting
    • Apply by 10/25/2021 for FULL consideration
  • In-person part-time job w/ minimum salary of $12.75 and maximum of $14/hour
    • Looking for ~15 hours/week
  • General administrative work such as office reception and clerical duties
  • Required: knowledge of Microsoft Suite and Outlook calendar event management, showcase responsibility to confidentiality
  • Students in School of Biological & Population Health Sciences encouraged to apply
  • Contact for questions: Morgan Lerch

Marquis Companies Hybrid Nursing/Admin Internship Program

  • Dates of internship: 01/10/2022 – 03/18/2022
  • For students interested in nursing field but are not currently enrolled in an accredited nursing program
  • $14.25/hour 10-week hands-on program to understand day-to-day issues of nursing
  • Will work alongside Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) team
  • Read more information about program and application here

Insight for Action Looking for a Project Job Assistant

  • Graduating students encouraged to apply!
    • Required: a bachelor’s degree in public health or related field
  • Looking for an organized project assistant to a small team of three part-time
  • Hourly position up to10 hours/week w/ hours fluctuating depending on projects
    • $25-30/hour depending on experience
  • Will work from home and needs access to a computer, internet, and phone
  • Proficiency in MS Office: Word, Outlook, Excel, Power Point 
  • Required: at least one year of relevant paid or internship-based work experience in an office/professional or academic setting
  • Application: email a resume and cover letter to Ronda Zakocs, Founder & Principal

Oregon Youth Authority: Hiring Event, Looking for Group Life Coordinators

  • Hiring Event for Oak Creek Youth Correctional Facility in Salem
    • At the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training
  • Attendees can learn about Oregon Youth Authority, apply, interview, and complete physical abilities testing
  • Opportunities for full-time, part-time, temporary and permanent positions
  • Required: 21+  years of age
  • Encouraged to apply: people of color, those who identify as LGBTQ+, those passionate about working w/ incarcerated youth
  • Register and more info here


COVID Testing Sites @ OSU

  • The LaSells Stewart Center: Monday – Friday, 10am – 3PM
  • Student Experience Center: Monday – Friday, 10am – 3PM

Human Services Resource Center: M – F, 8am – 7PM

  • Can loan you free textbooks for the term
  • Can loan you technological devices (computers, calculators, etc.)
  • Can help you apply for SNAP Food Stamps
  • Provides food assistance on campus (MealBux)
  • Provides food pantry and food/grocery bags
  • Provides laundry facilities
  • Contact: hsrc@oregonstate.edu | SNAP.HSRC@oregonstate.edu | 541–737–3747

Academic Success Center: M – F, 9am – 5 PM

  • Provides academic support services for student success and engagement
  • Free 1-on-1 academic coaching
  • Helps navigate time management, test preparation, test taking, procrastination, and stress reduction
  • Methods on getting organized and managing work-load via pre-made checklists
  • Writing center offers feedback on writing assignments from trained peer consultants
  • Helps set up study spaces/groups
  • Contact: success@oregonstate.edu | 541-737-2272

Supplemental Instruction (SI) Tables: M – F, 9am – 5 PM

  • Study tables w/ group study led by peers who have excelled in those challenging courses
  • Highly interactive, less lecture and more discussion/activities
  • Tables for most Bacc-core courses and more
  • Contact: supplemental.instruction@oregonstate.edu | 541-737-2272

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