There are a lot of things to consider as you prepare for life after graduation, and to help you navigate the transition from being a student to being out in the real world, the UD Young Alumni Network invites you to this semester’s LIFE AFTER UD: SENIOR SERIES events.
This spring, there will be two workshops featuring alumni and community experts on the topics:
Investing In Your Future
Monday, March 12 | 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. | Memorial Hall 127
Make smart financial decisions that will benefit you for years to come.
Relocating After Graduation
Monday, April 23 | 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. | Brown Lab 101
Learn what to do when relocating after graduation and how to stay connected to UD alumni wherever you land.
You must REGISTER HERE—the first 100 students to register will receive the all-inclusive guide to navigating life after college, from dressing for a business meeting to paying taxes and more. Snacks are provided! Walk-ins are permitted if space is available.
ALSO—don’t forget to save the date for the LIFE AFTER UD: GRAD FAIR on April 18-20 at the UD Barnes & Noble Bookstore! Visit www.UDconnection.com/SeniorSeries to learn more.
Contact Diane Wikso AS10, 12M at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
JOB TITLE: Undergraduate Summer Student Intern
LOCATION: Plum Beach Farm, Milton, Delaware
JOB STATUS: Full-time, 6-week to 12-week options
JOB SUMMARY: This position works under the direction of the Sow Farm Manager directly in production, both learning the sow farm operation and contributing to the successful production of piglets. Summer Student Intern performs duties in accordance with company policies and pursuing the mission of “Superior Production Systems.”
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE: Must be majoring in a course of study under the Agriculture Department; preferably Animal Science. Candidate must have completed minimum 2 years of undergraduate study.
Candidate must possess the following characteristics:
- Eager to learn and participate as team player in best practices in sow production
- Flexibility and ability to adapt to change a must
- Self-starter who can multi-task, prioritize, work independently
- Strong verbal communication skills
WORKING CONDITIONS / PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
- Must be able to tolerate and willing to learn and perform the following tasks: euthanasia, vaccinations, piglet processing, ear tagging, tattooing, pressure washing and other procedures normal to animal husbandry.
- Must be able to tolerate blood, animal dander, manure, dust, odors, and frequently noisy conditions.
- Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds.
- Must be able to climb over gates up to 48 inches in height.
- Position requires pushing, pulling, bending and kneeling.
- Position requires regular walking, standing, use of hands to handle, feel objects, tools, controls and animals.
- Occasional reaching with hands / arms; occasional climbing / balance required.
APPLY: Interested candidates should send resume to Brent Hershey, email@example.com
The Kentucky Equine Management Internship is accepting applications for our 2018 Spring Session!
The deadline to apply to Fall 2018 is April 30, 2018.
Actual dates for the course are June 18 – November 30, 2018.
More information about the program and the application form can be found on our website:
Undergraduate students are invited to apply for Maryland Sea Grant’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates in Estuarine Science. http://www.mdsg.umd.edu/REU
Since 1989, NSF has supported bringing students to conduct individual research projects with a scientist-mentor at either Chesapeake Biological Lab or Horn Point Lab of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science. This is a great opportunity to conduct research with a mentor and spend a summer by the Chesapeake Bay.
– Program Flyer download http://bit.ly/MDSGREU18
– 12-week program: May 20 to August 12, 2018
– $6,000 stipend plus housing and travel support to and from host institution
– Funded by the National Science Foundation and thus limited to US citizens or permanent residents
– Applications due: February 16, 2018
– Application and guidance http://ww2.mdsg.umd.edu/reu/apply/index.php
We select undergraduates in diverse disciplines, including engineering, biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, ecology and marine and environmental science.
We are particularly interested in supporting talented students from institutions where access to marine science and to research projects is limited and who are from underrepresented groups in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
If you have any questions please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.