Delaware Department of the State Spring 2022 Internship Program Opportunity!

The internship program in the Office of the Secretary of State is an exciting opportunity for college students and recent graduates to gain experience in a professional setting, learn more about the policy making process, and experience state politics at work. Learn more and apply:

Applications accepted through January 14th, 2022

Requirements Include:

  • Currently enrolled college student (Bachelor’s, Post-graduate) in a relatable field of study
  • Minimum of 2.5 GPA
  • Reliable transportation
  • Excellent written and communications skills
  • Interest in policy, communications, and/or administrative work
  • Self-motivated, hard-working, and well-organized
  • A passion for public service

2022-2023 Peer Mentor Application deadline Friday, December 10th!

A reminder that Peer Mentor Applications will be accepted until the deadline THIS FRIDAY, December 10th.

  • Be a liaison between faculty and first year students
  • Serve as a resource and role model
  • Assist in the course content and delivery for ARSC116 Strategies for Academic Success each week
  • Compensation of $800 over the 14-week semester
    • Earn credit for the training course in the spring! (1cr)

Scan the QR code above to view the application details, roles, responsibilities, and compensation information, as well as to submit your Peer Mentor Application 2022-2023 today!

Questions? You may contact Tommy Fisher-Klein at, or your campus Academic Advisor.

Scholar in the Library “Delaware College and Newark in the Era of Slavery, Indentured Labor and Abolition”

Please join us at 2pm on Tuesday, December 7th  for “Delaware College and Newark in the Era of Slavery, Indentured Labor, and Abolition,” a virtual presentation in the UD Libraries Scholar in the Library series.

At this online event, students and faculty from the Fall 2021 interdisciplinary seminar “Race & Inequality in Delaware” will present research on the history of Delaware College (the predecessor institution of the University of Delaware) during the  antebellum period, c.1830s-1850s. Using materials from Special Collections in Morris Library and University Archives, students have investigated Delaware College’s ties to slavery and its relationship to neighboring communities of African Americans, free and unfree.

Inspired by the UD Antiracism Initiative, this class is the first in a series of team-taught seminars that will examine legacies of slavery and dispossession in Delaware’s past and ask how to redress these histories in the present.

The event will feature contributions from UD students Ruth Decosse, Allison Autry-Herr, Val Gould, Anisha Gupta, Britt Henry, Margaret Hughes, Maureen Iplenski, Tara Lennon, Sophie Phillips, Krishanna Prince, Kate Uray, Tyler Welsh, and Collin Willard.

To register for the event please visit

Graduating AAP Students- interested in becoming a Resident Assistant (RA)?

Resident Assistants (RA’s) are student leaders who oversee communities within our residence halls. Resident Assistants have many varied responsibilities and are critical members of our team. We encourage any potential applicants to review the Conditions of Appointment and Resident Assistant Position Description.

Further details can be found on the Residence Life & Housing website.

How to apply

The Resident Assistant application is open from Nov 8, 2021 through 5 p.m. on January 17, 2022.

To Apply: Applicants are required to attend an Information Session. See the table below for dates and times for options. Register for an Information Session here.

Fri. Dec. 3rd, 5pm (Virtual)
Mon. Dec. 6th, 6pm George Read North Lounge
Wed. Dec. 8th, 7pm ISE 302
Mon. Jan. 10th, 6pm

The application is in the My Housing Portal. The application will ask candidates for:

Personal demographic Information & Preferences
3 essay questions about the RA role
An up-to-date resume
At least 1 reference (on-campus students must use their current Resident Assistant)
Optional workshops are available through the Career Center for resume writing and mock interviews. See details on the Residential Life & Housing website.

SGA hosts Student Body Town Hall on 12/8

Join the Student Government Association (SGA) for a Student Body Town Hall on December 8th to address What’s Next? A Discussion about Gender-Based Violence with panelists from the Department of Women’s & Gender Studies, Fraternity and Sorority Leadership & Learning, Student Wellness & Health Promotion, the Office of the Dean of Students, and the Interfraternity Council and Title IX.  The purpose of this event is to allow students to voice their concerns and allow the administration to disseminate information that is crucial to the student experience to help build trust and transparency between UD Administrators and Students. Be heard!

Registration Link: register here

When: December 8th 6:00-8:00pm
Where: Mitchell Hall Theatre, Newark Campus

Visit to submit questions for the panelists

Zipcode Coding Bootcamp info session- Thursday 12/2 @5:30pm

Career Opportunity for graduating AAP students, parents, caregivers, and the CEB community!

Join this interactive info session for adults, including expected AAP graduates, interested in starting a career in technology with no technical background. No coding experience required! Computers and childcare are provided. Qualified participants receive FULL tuition coverage and monthly stipends! AAP students could potentially start in May and complete by August.

Information session will be held Thursday, December 2nd from 5:30pm-7:00pm in the Community Education Building Library located at 1200 N. French St. Wilmington, DE 19801.

Registration for the Info session is required. Register using this link:

Paid After-School Tutor Position available in Wilmington within Kuumba Academy Charter School

Kuumba Academy Charter School (KACS) is a tuition-free public charter school in partnership with our founding organization, Christina Cultural Arts Center Inc. (CCAC). Through the innovative union of academics, arts, technology, and family engagement, each individual’s learning style is nurtured resulting in creative learners who are positive agents of change in the community. KACS is open to all students Kindergarten through 8th grade.



Responsibilities of the After-school Tutor include but are not limited to:

Academic Achievement and Character Development
Ensure that the school climate is characterized by safety, kindness, joy in learning and
promotes and reinforces positive self-identity using Kuumba’s principles of Nguzo Saba.
● Working with small groups of students, instruct and assess student learning, and test
taking strategies.
● Grade/score student work and determine next steps for instruction.
● Motivate students to achieve high academic and behavioral standards during sessions.
● Take accurate attendance during each session.
● Hold all students accountable during lunch, breakfast, transitions, trips, and school
● Supervise arrival and dismissal from sessions.

Professional Growth and Development
Demonstrate teamwork, cooperation, and open communication with all staff of Kuumba
Academy, toward the achievement of school goals and objectives.
● Collaborate with Deans, teachers and school team to continuously improve instructional,
culture-building and leadership skills.
● Participate enthusiastically in all professional development, team planning, and data
● Function as a school wide partner in helping to raise student achievement and character
for all students in the school reinforcing school-wide expectations.
● Perform other duties and administrative functions as assigned by the Principal.

Qualities Skills and Characteristics
This position requires a creative and inspiring educator with adult leadership experience, high
energy, excellent organizational abilities and a talent for creating a warm and supportive
environment for children and their parents. Applicants must demonstrate:
● Strong belief in the Kuumba mission and educational model.
● Interest in providing only the highest quality educational, social and emotional
experiences for students and their families.
● Proven ability to influence and enhance cooperative working relationships within a team
● Exemplary interpersonal skills
● Excellent communication skills with diverse constituents (teachers, parents, children).
● Team player: maturity, humility, grit, flexible, follow-through, sense of humor, open to
feedback and a “roll-up-my-sleeves” attitude.

$40 per hour and Kuumba will train

Interested Candidates
Please email your resume and cover letter to attention Ayanna Johnson, Principal.

AAP Opportunity with the Community Engagement Scholars Program at UD!

The Community Engagement Scholar course of study is a multi-year academic program that provides a framework for integrating traditional academic coursework with hands-on experiences in the community. It is open to all majors and scholars receive enhanced advising. Completion of an eportfolio as a senior allows students to develop a narrative of their civic identity as they take steps into their post graduate life. It is excellent preparation for graduate school or career-based applications.

Students may apply through their sophomore year. Course of study requirements and an application can be found on the Community Engagement Scholars site.

CE Scholars take two required courses and the rest of the credits are based on major/minor courses. If interested, you are invited to register for the first required course: the 1 credit SPPA 100 Introduction to Civic Engagement, which will be offered on zoom on Fridays, from 11:15 am – 12:05 pm (available to students throughout the state). To pre-register, forward your name and UDID to Professor Teague ( by December 10, 2021.

AAP Fall 2021 Guest Speaker Series Continues on Monday 11/29!

Our speaker series continues on Monday November 29, during Common Hour (12:25 pm – 1:25 pm), with Mark Hunker.  Mark is a defense contractor and entrepreneur.   He is excited to discuss his varied work experiences in cyber security, defense, and business.

Please join us via Zoom on Monday at 12:25 pm or join one of our live broadcast locations on each campus:

Zoom link:

Broadcast Locations

  • Dover – 761 ETB
  • Georgetown – 142 JTC
  • Wilmington – CEB 928

Here is a link to a news article on our speaker series on the AAP Website, which includes information on our upcoming speakers and past recordings:

AAP Equity and Inclusion Committee seeking AAP Students for Paid Internship Experience!

The AAP Equity & Inclusion Committee is offering a paid internship on each of our campuses in Dover, Georgetown, and Wilmington. If you are seeking résumé-boosting part-time employment and are passionate about working toward justice and equity in your community, this is the internship for you! See the flyer for application information.

Interested students must submit their statement of interest to Professor de Kramer ( no later than November 28th!