Now Hiring: UDairy Creamery Wilmington

UDairy Creamery Server- Wilmington

This is a part-time, non-benefitted position not to exceed 20 hours per week during spring and fall semesters and 30 hours per week during the summer. Employees will be scheduled for daytime, nights, and weekends depending on availability. Pay will commensurate with experience. The UDairy Creamery is an entity of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. The Creamery is primarily a student-run non-profit business.

DEADLINE: Currently Hiring

Under the general direction of the Creamery Manager and Store Supervisors, the server is responsible for serving customers ice cream and other creamery products in a friendly, respectful and expedient manner as well as producing ice cream and other food items at the UDairy Creamery, for the Creamery Storefront.

• At least 1 year of food service or retail experience is preferred but not required.
• Must be able to work independently and in a team setting.
• Customer service and food handling experience is preferred.
• Must be a University of Delaware student in the Associates in Arts program, or a high school senior committed to attending the Associates program in the upcoming semester.

• Follow standard cleaning and sanitizing procedures and safe food handling
• Operate a cash register with minimal supervision
• Serve customers in a friendly, respectful and expedient manner
• Scoop ice cream, prepare ice cream desserts, cakes and novelty items
• Production of ice cream for sale at the UDairy Creamery
• Prep and prepare food items such as burger, grilled cheese, & grab and go items.

Please submit a one-page cover letter and your resume along with the names, addresses and telephone number of at least two references. Please e-mail all information to UDairy Creamery Market Manager, LeeAnne Ahamad at

Equal Employment Opportunity
Employment offers are conditional upon successful completion of a criminal background check. A conviction will not necessarily exclude you from employment.

The University of Delaware is an Equal Opportunity Employer, which encourages applications from Minority Group Members, Women, Individuals with Disabilities and Veterans. The University’s Notice of Non-Discrimination can be found at



For Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Internship Dates: July 9 – August 15, 2018

The Mayor’s Summer Internship Program for undergraduate and graduate level college students provides an opportunity for students interested in making a contribution while gaining experience working in city government. Interns will have an opportunity to stay in one particular department or rotate throughout several departments during their 6-week internship. Interns will be selected, placed and assigned work projects based on their interest and background and the department’s need.

Paid Internship: $12 an hour/6-weeks

Internship Dates: July 9 to August 15, 2018. End date can be flexible for school schedules.

Candidates Qualifications:

  • Must be a full-time resident of the City of Wilmington (when not away at school).
  • Must be a US Citizen
  • Must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university and in good standing
  • Must have at least a 2.5 GPA
  • Positive attitude, flexibility, self-directed, and excellent people skills
  • Good written and verbal communications skills
  • Strong computer skills, knowledge of Microsoft
  • Must pass a criminal background investigation and drug test
  • All majors will be considered, however there are dedicated projects set aside for Finance and
  • Accounting students due to higher need for interns with this skill.
  • Preference will be given to residents of the City of Wilmington (meaning you were from the City of Wilmington before you went away to school, your parents or guardians live in the City of Wilmington, or you live and go to school in the City of Wilmington).

Work Assignments are available in the following Departments:

  • Office of the Mayor
  • Department of Parks and Recreation
  • Department of Finance
  • Department of Public Works
  • Department of Real Estate and Housing
  • Department of Planning and Development
  • Office of Economic Development

How to Apply:

Please email a copy of your resume and a brief cover letter along with some form of proof of residence (ex: ID card, a bill, or other official document) to:

Lossie Freeman
Special Assistant to the Mayor for Employment Initiatives

Application Deadline: Apply by Thursday, June 22, 2018.

Internship Location:

Louis L. Redding City/County Building
800 North French Street
Wilmington, Delaware 19801

Transitioning students apply for Summit by the Sea

Summit by the Sea is an extended orientation experience for students transferring into the University of Delaware, designed to further ease the transition of new transfer students into the campus community. Current UD students and staff facilitators will help you make meaningful connections with your peers as you spend the weekend beach camping and sea kayaking in one of Delaware’s beautiful state parks.

As a result of this on- and off-campus excursion, you can:

  • create strong meaningful relationships with a diverse set of fellow transfer students, kick-starting your welcome to the University of Delaware community
  • engage in a process of reflection as you connect your UD experience to other areas of your life, considering your reasons for transferring and how you will navigate this new opportunity and environment

Summit by the Sea takes place at Cape Henlopen State Park in Lewes, Delaware. The state park is located about an hour and a half southeast of UD’s campus. The program is facilitated by two student leaders who are Wilderness First Responder trained, as well as a staff member from the Office of New Student Orientation. The Summit by the Sea experience will begin with a day and a half of on-campus activities, and end after 2 days spent camping beachside.

Trip Date:
Summit by the Sea 2018 will take place Thursday, July 12 – Sunday, July 15.

The 2018 Summit by the Sea application will be available from May 1 – July 1. The cost to participate in Summit by the Sea is $150.

For more information and to apply, visit:

2018 Undergraduate Public Policy Fellows Program

IPA’s Undergraduate Public Administration Fellows Program would be a good opportunity for you to get some public policy experience under your belt. IPA’s Undergraduate Public Administration Fellows work on funded research and public service projects during the academic year. In this way, we hire students based on our project managers’ staffing needs. We are accepting applications for the upcoming spring semester. Our Undergraduate Public Administration Fellows work ten hours/week, earn $9/hour to start, and have the opportunity to gain professional research experience, network, and showcase their skills. The application for employment is now available online at

Important Dates to Remember

Important Dates:

Tuesday, May 15 – Last day of classes
Wednesday, May 16 – Reading Day
Thursday, May 17 – Final Exams Begin
Dover Final Exam Schedule
Georgetown Final Exam Schedule
Wilmington Final Exam Schedule
Wednesday, May 23 – Southern Delaware Convocation
Thursday, May 24 – Wilmington Convocation
Friday, June 1 at 5 p.m. – Last day to register until registration reopens August 1

Any questions? Contact your campus academic advisor.

Nominations now open for Seitz Award

Nominations are open now through May 4 for the Seitz Award, celebrating outstanding first- or second-year students at the University of Delaware.

Coordinated through the Division of Student Life by the Office of the Dean of Students, this annual award recognizes a first- or second-year student who embodies the student-created “We Are Blue Hens” values statement. All UD faculty, staff, and students may submit nominations here.

The fund for the George and Margaret Collins Seitz Award was established in 1954 at UD by Margaret Seitz to honor the memory of her mother and father. This annual recognition, which includes a $1,500 award, is presented each spring to a first- or second-year student who exemplifies outstanding character by demonstrating and encouraging in others the following values:

  • Respect – We support the inherent right for all members of our community to have a voice and freely share their ideas. We acknowledge that an environment where there is mutual respect and dialogue, leads to greater learning.
  • Openness – We believe that diversity is not enough. Diversity is acknowledging that differences exist. Openness means that we are accepting of learning from and engaging with all members of our community.
  • Innovation – We challenge all Blue Hens to be bold and creative as we strive for a better world. We will be committed to progress, while recognizing the value of past experiences. Our education provides us limitless opportunities to move ourselves and others forward.
  • Engagement – We will take an active role in the life of the university, both as learners and contributing community members. We know that true growth comes from being an active and engaged participant in our experiences.
  • Mentorship – We seek to become visionary and passionate Blue Hens who understand our role in fostering society’s next generation of responsible and ethical leaders. We will build relationships that foster excellence, support, and accountability.

The full “We Are Blue Hens” values statement can be found here.

Nominees must be matriculated UD first- or second-year students in good academic and disciplinary standing. They may be from any major, may live on or off campus and are not required to demonstrate financial need. The award winner is determined by a committee comprised of UD faculty, staff and students and will be announced prior to the end of the spring semester.

Nominations will be accepted until May 4 at 11:59 p.m., and must be submitted via the online form.

Source: UDaily

Advice for Rising Sophomores from an AAP Alum

Sarah is a 2017 graduate of the Associate in Arts Program. She is a currently a junior in the Communication Interest major on main campus.  As part of her final reflection for ARSC167: Associate in Arts Program Transition Seminar she shares her advice for rising juniors.


If you are interested in a course to ease your transition to main campus, register for ARSC167: Associate in Arts Program Transition Seminar. In this course, students learn about on-campus resources; connect with fellow AAP students, upperclassmen, and student leaders; and set goals for their junior and senior years.  Many of the students who took the course are now pursuing internships, leadership positions on campus, and study abroad opportunties.


Save the date for Transition Day, an orientation program for AAP graduates transitioning to main campus. It will be held Monday, August 27,  1- 3 p.m. followed by an optional campus tour.  Students can also participate in Welcome Week activities to get acquainted with resources available on main campus.

Register for Summer Courses!

Course registration is now open for Summer 2018 courses. Don’t delay! Register today! (Courses with low enrollment will be dropped from the schedule.) Payment is not due immediately, but must be paid prior to the start of classes.  If you need a summer course, then do not delay.

Students may need to register for Summer courses for the following reasons:

  • Sophomores graduating in Summer or Fall 2018 who need additional credits to meet the minimum graduation requirements.
  • Freshmen who need to minimum the GPA of 2.5 and/or minimum 24 credits by the end of Summer 2018 to maintain eligibility for the SEED scholarship.
  • Freshmen who need to take additional credits to stay on track for Spring 2016 graduation.

To review course options, please visit