Mentoring and Workshop Program – Writing for Children and Young Adults, January 2020

Mentoring and Workshop Program – Writing for Children and Young Adults, January 2020

Are you looking for on-going writing support, with monthly deadlines, expert feedback, and participation and discussion along with other committed children’s book creators? Maybe you have thought about doing an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults, but not had the flexibility or been able to afford the high fees, which can be around $50,000. Then this could be the perfect opportunity!

Continue reading

Employment: Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center Graduate Student Mentor, Aug 9

Employment: Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center Graduate Student Mentor

Deadline: Applications due via email no later than Aug 9, 2019

Through a partnership with the UW Career & Internship Center, the Carlson
Leadership & Public Service Center works with a team of graduate students in the ongoing development and implementation of the Undergraduate Community-Based Internship Program (UCBI). This paid internship provides a unique opportunity for UW graduate students to learn more about program administration, facilitating student learning around equity issues, and linking experiential opportunities to career readiness. Students will gain a better understanding of the strengths and challenges faced by non-profit partners and communities in the Seattle area.
Continue reading

Event: Speed Mentoring for International Careers (with International Professionals)

1689902_300

Speed Mentoring for International Careers (with International Professionals)
Wednesday, April 16th, 4:00-6:00 PM

This is an event to support students who have studied abroad and/or are seeking international careers and who seek perspective about possible career options and how to present themselves to potential employers. In an informal but structured setting, students meet with professional “mentors” who have an active career with an international component. Students enjoy unique access to a range of executives from multinational companies, private firms, and nonprofits. Food and drinks included. Space is limited to 40 students! Sponsored by Foundations for Global Scholars.

Who are the mentors?
A total of 10-12 mentors from various sectors.

Location: Husky Student Union Building (the HUB), Room 250

This is a free event hosted by the Foundation for Global Scholars. It is an active representation of the Foundation for Global Scholars’ commitment to international education and the needs and interests of the students we support. Questions: Contact Nancy at nkepner@fgscholars.org or 303-709-3145.