The Office of Academic Enrichment provides a number of resources that can provide help to students who are struggling, as well as to those who are successful and looking for ways to sharpen their skills.
- Individual Tutoring. We are happy to announce that you now can hire our individual tutors online! Undergraduate tutors are available for $13.00/hr; graduate tutors are $16.00/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.
The OAE Newsletter provides a quick overview of offerings. For more details on OAE programs, visit our website.
The Office of Academic Enrichment is pleased to offer the following group tutorials which are free and open to all students currently enrolled in the classes listed. This listing will be updated periodically, as new tutorials are added.
The group tutorials are listed on our web site at: http://www.ae.udel.edu/tutoring.html. Click on tutoring options and then group tutoring.
The Equine Reproduction Laboratory, Colorado State University, is accepting applications for an Equine Breeding Farm Internship that will begin on January 1, 2015. The goal of the program is to provide advanced training in equine breeding farm procedures and management. The program is aimed preferentially for people with a sincere desire to pursue a career in the equine breeding industry.
For more information click here
Brush up on your resume and interviewing skills with Career Services! Fall is the best time to secure an internship or full-time job and the Fall Career Fair, on September 23rd, provides a perfect opportunity to meet over 200 employers. This is the largest fair of the year and representatives from Hilmar Cheese, USDA, Clemens Group, Mountaire Farms, DuPont and Hershey will be in attendance.
Looking for ways to prepare?
- Resume Writing Workshop for Agriculture and Natural Resources majors
- September 18th, 4-5:00 pm at Career Services, 401 Academy Street
- Please RSVP using Blue Hen Careers
- Interview Stream
- A simulated online job interviewing program for students
- Practice both verbal and non-verbal communication skills
- Blue Hen Careers (BHC)
- A 24/7 student job database used to find internships and full-time positions
- RSVP for helpful workshops and events
If you need one-on-one counseling, go to BHC and sign up for an appointment with your major-specific career counselor, Joyce Henderson.
The American Society of Animal Science Foundation offers a summer internship program that provides experience for undergraduates or graduate students in legislative, regulatory, or administrative science policy activities in Washington, DC that affect animal science and animal agriculture to enhance their careers in academia or industry.
Applications for this summer internship are due Monday, October 27, 2014. For more information click here
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Bob Carpenter Center
If you are looking for a full-time, part-time, internship or volunteer opportunity this year or next summer, this is the event for you!
This event is UD’s largest career fair for ALL MAJORS and ALL DEGREE LEVELS with over 200 employers expected to attend. Organization representatives will be in attendance to provide information regarding career opportunities with their organization, as well as hiring needs and requirements for full-time, part-time, internships & volunteer positions.
Additionally, this year’s Fall Fair includes the Volunteer Fair, a key stop on your CareerMAP. Volunteering is a great way to get involved, identify future career goals, and gain essential career experience. In today’s tough economy, volunteering will make your resume stand out above the rest.
Hi College of Agriculture and Natural Resources,
The brothers of Alpha Zeta invite you to rush for our co-ed honors, professional agricultural fraternity. Rush is open to any undergraduate with a major or minor in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources with a 3.0 GPA or higher! You must be at least a second semester freshman to rush. Our rush events are the following:
Monday, September 15th: Fondue at Cosi @ 7PM
Tuesday, September 16th: Nachos at Kates @ 7PM
Wednesday, September 17th: Dunkin’ Donuts at the Perkins Scrounge @ 7PM
Thursday, September 18th: Games at the Trabant Patio @ 6PM
Friday, September 19th: Ice Cream at UDairy @ 7PM
Monday, September 22nd: Pizza at Grottos @ 7PM
Students rushing should attend at least 2 rush events! Be sure to join us for FREE FOOD and a fun time!! If you have any questions please feel free to e-mail Erica Danneberger at firstname.lastname@example.org or Katie Reilly at email@example.com.
Members of Alpha Zeta
This scholarship is open to males and females at the University of Delaware.
Every year, the Alpha Gamma Rho chapter at the University of Delaware gives a $1,000 scholarship to a deserving freshman or transfer student. We understand that college and the activities that you choose to participate in can be expensive, and we want to help. Last year we awarded this scholarship to a veterinarian student who showed strong leadership qualities and ambition in his field. If you meet those requirements, you can apply! The best part is that completing the scholarship takes five minutes and there are no essays. The deadline is September 19, 2013.
The link to the scholarship is can be found on our new website, sites.udel.edu/agr
The deadline is quickly approaching, so apply now!
Best of luck!
Vice Noble Ruler Recruitment
The Commons will not be available from Monday, September 8-Friday, September 12 due to carpeting and painting activities. More than likely the only way to get to 132 will be from the external side-door entrance during this time.
Starting Monday, the following rooms can be used for studying, subject to availability:
006 (computer lab)
049 (ANFS conference room)
156 (PLSC conference room)
256 (ENWE conference room)
057 (bat cave*)
The three conference rooms 049, 156, and 256 at the south end of the building (closest to Worrilow) will be open for use during times when they are not already reserved for meetings. Likewise 006 is unavailable when a class is meeting. Schedules will be posted on doors so that you know whether they are available. Please just make sure that you keep the spaces clean; the departments are happy to let you use the rooms so long as they stay in good shape. And of course, these are smaller spaces so pretend you’re in a library to avoid driving other folks crazy.
* OK, so this room isn’t a bat cave, which would be entertaining, but it’s windowless and a little hard to find. What it does offer is counter-like tables with outlets for plugging in laptops and uninterrupted availability during the daytime. Conceptually it’s directly below 132 Townsend. To find it, head for the elevator on the first floor then look for directional signs sending you on a journey to the end of a universe, er, hallway. Leave bread crumbs to find your way back.
The Penn Vet Working Dog Center is excited to offer internships to students seeking academic credit within the guidelines of their academic institution as well as to those seeking internships without academic credit.
Internships are available in, but not exclusive to, the areas of dog training, veterinary medicine ,behavioral science and non-profit management. An emphasis on research is integral to each of these areas. Our internship program is designed for students with a serious interest in working dogs to gain practical experience while helping the Penn Vet Working Dog Center achieve our mission of developing a detection dog breeding/training program that will implement, test, and disseminate the knowledge gained.
For more information click here
Please note: The due date for applications has been extended to the 19th of September. The hours of the internship are between 9 and 12 Monday through Friday, but you DO NOT have to be able to work every day to apply.
The New Castle County Mounted Patrol Unit is offering a Fall 2014 Equine Internship at Carousel Park Equestrian Center, located at 3700 Limestone Rd Wilmington, DE 19807
The internship will cover the daily care, maintenance and training of newly acquired colts, as well as daily care and exercising of police horses.
For more information click here