Become a Public Ally/AmeriCorps Member with Public Allies Delaware!
This is a great opportunity for recent graduates who are interested in serving in a full-time apprenticeship position at local nonprofits. As a Public Ally, you can create, improve and expand services that address issues including youth development, education, public health, economic development, and the environment. In addition, Allies participate in a rigorous leadership development program; engage in community building activities; contribute to team service projects; and receive individual coaching to support their professional development during their apprenticeship.
You can gain valuable leadership skills, receive personalized coaching to pursue your career goals, build relationships with a diverse network of local leaders, and participate in a national movement of leaders working for change.
For more information on Public Allies Delaware, you can visit their website and visit their LinkedIn page for hiring information and details!
Ascend Student Program: Empowering Female Students for Success
Advance your leadership skills and boost your resume while building connections with executive leaders and other students. The Women’s Leadership Initiative ASCEND certificate program provides insightful and engaging topics that will boost your resume while creating invaluable opportunities for networking with professional women and other UD students. ASCEND is open to all UD undergraduate students ((first year through senior) who identify as female. Follow us on Twitter
What: A certificate program that offers students the ability to build their confidence, business savvy skill set and a community of peers and professionals. Our speakers and facilitators are all professional women who bring a great deal of experience and expertise to the conversations.
When: Sessions are delivered weekly over Zoom during the Fall semester on either Tuesday’s or Wednesday’s from 4:30-5:45. We will start the program on 9/14 with an in-person kickoff event and the program will end in early December.
Where: Most sessions will be held over Zoom with a couple of opportunities for in person networking held on the Newark Campus
Requirements: No prerequisites are required. Students must be able to commit to attending at least 90% of the sessions and will need to complete a reflection paper in order to receive a certificate. The cost to students to participate is $25 and there are scholarships available.
Students can sign up for the interest list here: https://forms.gle/fJAArb3DhY67QkBy7
Questions? Contact Amy Stengel (firstname.lastname@example.org), Program Director of the Women’s Leadership Initiative at Lerner
Student Diversity & Inclusion is excited to announce a new social justice leadership opportunity on campus launching in the Fall, the Social Justice Peer Educators! The Social Justice Peer Educators (SJPEs) program is a new peer-to-peer social justice program and is a paid leadership opportunity for students. The opportunity includes the training of 8-10 student leaders who are passionate about social justice to facilitate peer-led workshops on identity, social justice, and creating inclusive and just environments on campus.
Note: hired student leaders must be available to participate in meetings, workshops, and a retreat as required of the position throughout the 2021-2022 year.
Apply here: https://delaware.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_aaQLVTlQqLWvJJA
Delaware Sea Grant is supporting a pathway program for students considering environmental science and education majors (e.g. Environmental Science, Environmental Studies, Earth Science Education, Global Studies, Geography, Marine Science, Geology) at the University of Delaware, specifically focused on students in the University of Delaware Associate in Arts program and from Delaware Technical Community College. This internship program is intended to teach students science communication and teaching skills by co-creating activities and lessons on coastal environmental issues. The goal of the program is to provide critical skills for students that are interested in pursuing future careers in environmental and marine science education. This program is also available for students enrolled at Delaware State University.
This paid internship has two parts. The first occurs during the summer from June 1, 2021 – August 6th. Interns are expected to work 10 hrs/week, 5-6 hours asynchronously and 3-4 hrs during a synchronous online session. The exact days and times of the synchronous meetings will be determined based on availability once the interns are selected. Interns will be paid at a pay rate of $15/hr (total compensation for students who complete summer and fall components will equal $1650). At the end of the summer, students will present their work in a virtual showcase. They will be paired with an environmental education professional to help refine their lessons, and then in the fall, students will present their material to K-12 students. Students at the University of Delaware who complete the program will also receive credit for ENVR464, an internship course with DLE designation.
All students are welcome, and underrepresented minorities in STEM and first-generation college students are strongly encouraged to apply. Please apply using this Google Form.
Are you an AAP student planning to transition to UD’s Newark campus? Join a panel of AAP alumni and current UD students to discuss how to make a successful transition on Tuesday May 18 at 12:30 – 1:20 pm via Zoom.
Use the following Zoom link: https://udel.zoom.us/my/medley220
The Lavender Programming Board is the University of Delaware’s largest Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, and Asexual (LGBTQQIA) student-run organization. It is a University-funded and student-run club. LPB’s meetings and events are geared towards members of the LGBT community and their allies, but anyone, including but not limited to students and faculty of the University of Delaware, is welcome to come. You can learn more about LPB here.
Lavender Programming Board E-Board Elections are now open for application. Applications are needed for there to be an LGBTQ+ programming board next semester! Applications will be accepted through May 16th at 11:59pm.
Feeling a little stressed about the end of the semester and need a laugh? Why don’t you join a group of AAP LEAD 100 students as they host THE WORST MOVIE EVER MADE? If you love laughing at bad movies, The Room is your cinematic Everest — a film so hilariously awful, an award-winning film (2017’s The Disaster Artist) was made about it.
The film will be screened via Zoom on Thursday, May 13, at 6:30 p.m., at meeting ID 9269684025 (Zoom link: http://www.udel.edu/008384). All are invited!
The AAP virtual showcase is now live at http://www.udel.edu/008383! This site, created by AAP Leadership 100 students, features art and writing by AAP students, faculty, and staff. There is still time to join the showcase, too: Submissions are being accepted on a rolling basis at http://www.udel.edu/008360. Be sure to stop by and check out the showcase, and please support our contributors by liking and commenting on their work!
The Office of the Registrar’s staff will be available for Office Hours to answer Registration-related questions pertaining to Fall Course Registration. These are NOT advising sessions to select courses, this is primarily to assist with the registration of selected courses.
May: Thursday, May 13th 11:00am-12:00pm
Registrar Staff will be on hand to answer questions about registration and using Webreg. Log on anytime between 11am and 12pm on May 13th if you have registration questions.
Note: this is NOT an Advising session. If you have questions about which classes to take you need to consult your Advisor.
Upcoming August Dates during Open Enrollment:
Monday August 9th at 2PM- https://udel.zoom.us/j/98069693614
Tuesday August 11th at 10 AM- https://udel.zoom.us/j/96418681929
Monday August 23rd at 3 PM- https://udel.zoom.us/j/99085756482
The UD AAP presents the final event of “The Road From Here” Guest Speaker Series Panel Discussion: Food for Thought! The discussion will occur today, Monday May 10th, at 4:30pm and will feature many panelists including some of our own AAP Faculty! Today’s “Food for Thought” discussion will focus on the science, culture, and future of food. Panelists and presenters will include:
- Jessica Wescott- Wilmington’s Planting to Feed, Inc addressing Food Insecurity
- AAP’s Dr. Robin Kucharczyk discussing the effects of climate change on food production.
- AAP’s Dr. Dan McDevit speaking about the importance of pollination in food production.
- AAP’s Dr. Neri de Kramer-Lynch addressing the influence that the pandemic has on our food habits.
We hope you will join us today for this interesting speaker series!
You may use the following Zoom link: udel.zoom.us/j/91672006700