- Individual Tutoring. Our TutorFind Directory is now online! Undergraduate tutors are available for $12/hr; graduate tutors are $15/hr.
- Drop-In Tutoring. Two hours a day, five days a week, drop-in tutoring is available in math, chemistry and physics.
- Group Tutoring. Free group tutoring in a number of courses is offered each semester. Groups are formed in response to student requests.
STUDY SKILLS ASSISTANCE
- Workshops at the OAE. We appreciate your posting our workshop schedule where it will be visible to students visiting your department; feel free to make as many copies as you wish.
- Online workshops: Your Roadmap to Success (http://www.udel.edu/AEC-workshop/). These workshops are designed to help students identify skill areas they need to improve in, to practice new techniques, and to evaluate their progress.
- Study Skills course (UNIV113). This one-credit pass/fail course includes comprehensive coverage of strategies for successful studying, which are then put to use in a concurrent “target class” of the student’s choice. While the course is aimed at freshmen and sophomores, exceptions can be made for other students when needed. Only a few seats left!
- Academic Intake appointments. Any student can meet with one of our staff members to assess his/her current study strategies and develop a plan for strengthening those strategies. In particular, students in academic difficulty can benefit from this one-on-one academic counseling.
Did you know that you can study in Morocco, Dominica, India, Brazil, England, Costa Rica, or in a host of other countries while fulfilling your requirements towards graduation? With over 70 programs in more than 35 subjects in over 30 countries, the University of Delaware has a program that suits your interests, schedule, and academic needs. Take a minute to browse our website (www.udel.edu/global/studyabroad ), where you’ll find detailed information about all of our programs, as well as an on-line application.
While browsing, check out some of the winter 2017 programs that are still open and accepting applications from students in all majors: Costa Rica, Brazil, India, England, Italy, Japan, and many more. Summer 2017 programs include location such as Belgium, Ireland, Spain, and England, and internships in Spain and Vietnam are available as well. A new spring semester program in Limerick, Ireland, as well as programs in Copenhagen, Rome, Barcelona, Sydney, London, Prague, and other locations (many with no language prerequisite) are slated for spring and fall 2017.
For students interested in a full immersion experience, exchange opportunities exist as well. Be sure to check with your advisor to find out which programs would best meet your curricular needs. Come learn more about each individual program at an interest meeting. Check our website for a full list of meeting dates, times, and places, with new ones to be added as the fall semester begins: http://international.udel.edu/DB/PUB_InterestMeetings.aspx .
Want to learn more about how to finance study abroad? Come to a financial aid information session on Wednesday, September 14, from 3:30 to 4:30 pm in 217 Willard Hall.
ALL applicants will automatically be considered for need-based study abroad scholarships. No extra application is necessary!
Upcoming program application deadlines are as follows:
Winter Session 2017: 5 p.m. September 20, 2016
Spring Semester 2017: 5 p.m. September 20, 2016
Summer Session 2017: 5 p.m. November 20, 2016
Fall Semester, 2017: 5 p.m. Feb. 15 or March 10, 2017 (dates vary – see website)
**To learn more and meet program faculty directors, come to the Study Abroad Fair on Thursday, September 1, from 2:00 -4:00 in the multi-purpose room of Trabant.**
If you have any questions, please feel free to stop by our office in Elliott Hall (26 East Main Street), drop us an e-mail (email@example.com), or give us a call (302-831-2852). If you want to meet with a study abroad adviser, come by during advising hours on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00.
We look forward to receiving your application!
TractorJoe to offer yearly $1000 scholarship
At TractorJoe, we understand the value and advantages that come from getting an education. We also like to help those that need a little boost in order to pursue and enrich their “field” of knowledge. Tuition, housing, books and supplies have all risen in cost and make studying agricultural programs at a college or university harder and harder every year.
This year, we’re helping a little by offering an annual $1,000 scholarship to individuals attending or planning to attend an agricultural college or graduate school.
In order to apply, the applicants must submit a 500 to 1,000 word essay on the following subject: “Life of a Farmer”
We will choose 5 finalists and post their essays on our social media and blog pages.
The finalists will be responsible for promoting their entries on their respective social media networks – the finalist with the most Facebook Likes on their essay page will win and the scholarship amount will be paid directly to him.
In order to participate, you must be either enrolled or planning on attending a college or graduate program in agricultural studies. Essays must be received by December 31st, 2016 and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year’s competition will kick off on September 19, 2016, and students can sign-up here.
Greetings from Disney Professional Internships!
We are currently looking for a Horticulture Intern to support our Golden Oak garden for an immediate start through January 2017.
A little about Golden Oak: The goal of Golden Oak’s vegetable garden development project is to bring only the freshest ingredients into the restaurant all while educating the guest in the agricultural process. We utilize the talents of the Horticulture team at The Land at Epcot to follow their growing principles that have found great success over the past years for The Company.
Interested candidates must be enrolled in school, or have graduated within the past six months to be eligible.
For more information and to apply for this internship, click on the following link: Golden Oak Horticulture Intern – Fall 2016
Thank you for your interest in Disney Internships!
Disney Campus Recruitment
WISCONSIN DNR IS HIRING CONSERVATION WARDENS APPLY TODAY!
DNR alters warden hiring to specific station applications
Candidates no longer must wait to learn where they will be based
DATE: June 2, 2016
Contact: Warden Jeffrey King, Assistant Training Director, 608-219-4887 or email@example.com
For the first time in the Wis. Department of Natural Resources conservation warden hiring process, job-seekers will be able to apply for specific Wisconsin warden stations instead of waiting for assignment at the end of their training.
Warden Jeffrey King, who also serves as assistant training director for the DNR Bureau of Law Enforcement, says the change follows comments from some potential candidates who said not knowing work locations was a factor for not applying.
“We heard from some who believed this law enforcement job was for them, but the thought of not knowing where a family may have to be moved stopped some in their tracks,” King said. “And we want to make the decision to apply easy to ensure we get the best candidates we can.”
King says the bureau has worked a couple of years on this change and has developed a way to announce which stations will be filled. “We will start this with the Class of 2017,” he said of the hiring process currently under way. Conservation Warden – Job Announcement
Northern, northeast stations targeted
In the current hiring, the DNR is seeking up to 12 conservation wardens to fill current and anticipated vacancies across Wisconsin. These wardens will become the Class of 2017 and begin their career at the Law Enforcement Academy in January 2017. In May, they leave the academy based at Fort McCoy and do field training with experienced wardens for the rest of the year before taking on their assignment at their assigned stations before the year ends.
Five of 12 stations which will be filled from the Class of 2017 are: Lakewood in Oconto County, Shawano West in Shawano County, Gordon in Douglas County, Hurley in Iron County and Merrill in Lincoln County. Seven more will be announced later during the ongoing hiring process.
Wisconsin’s Conservation Wardens are law enforcement officers who are responsible for educating the public and enforcing all laws related to hunting, fishing, trapping, boating, snowmobiling, using all-terrain and utility-terrain vehicles (ATV, UTV), environmental protection and the protection of our state parks, forests and lands.
Looking for a rewarding career? To apply, go to dnr.wi.gov and search “warden recruit”. Log into Blue Hen Careers powered by Handshake to apply. Hurry, this opportunity closes on June 29th, 2016 and goes away for another year. If you have any questions, please call or text 608-219-4887 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .