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The University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview, Palliative Care Program announces the re-opening of the application process for a nine month, full-time fellowship in Clinical Social Work in Palliative Care, to begin on September 1, 2010.
The recipient of this fellowship will provide clinical services in both inpatient and outpatient settings, choose and develop a clinical project, and research and provide some training within the medical center on one or more palliative care related topics of interest to the fellow.
Applications will be reviewed upon submission. For a program description and application please visit www.fairview.org/tlc/socialworkfellowship or contact Dot Landis, ACSW, LICSW at 612-273-5893 or email@example.com.
Fall 2010 matriculated students (those who have paid their enrollment deposits) need to call the Office of Student Services at (734) 936-0961 to schedule a registration appointment time and summer new program session. Also, there is self registration for required Web-based course planning available. Review the email sent to you at your UMich email account for more details.
Spaces are limited and available on a first come, first served basis!
Be sure to read through the New Student Information page.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Community Mental Health for Central Michigan is seeking a Part-Time Outpatient Therapist in Mt. Pleasant MI. This position will provide services to adults, children, adolescents, and families with substance abuse, mental illness, emotional disturbance, and developmental disabilities, utilizing individual, family, and group treatment methods.
Send inquiries and resume to:
Chris Mikulin, Supervisor
Community Mental Health for Central Michigan
301 S. Crapo Street, Suite 200
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
Application Deadline: Tuesday, June 22 at 5:00pm.
Admitted students that have paid their enrollment deposit and plan to begin the MSW program in the fall of 2010 will receive an email with regard to scheduling a registration appointment date, a web-based group advising/course planning session, and a date to attend an on-campus New Student Program session by June 16th. Once this email is received, incoming students may contact the Office of Student Services at 734-936-0961 to schedule these appointments/sessions.
Be sure to check your UMich email account!
Don’t miss out on a fantastic opportunity to network with representatives from more than 75 federal agencies at the Eighth Annual Public Service Career and Internship Fair, hosted by the Partnership for Public Service. Agencies will be recruiting for a variety of internships and entry-level jobs including: Special Agents, Engineers, Program Analysts, Financial Specialists, Environmental Scientists, and more!
This year’s event will take place on July 14 from 3:00-7:00 p.m. at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.
Admission is FREE and open to the public!
For more information, and to register, click here
Tips on job hunting from “How to Get a Job in a Recession”, an article published by www.money.cnn.com:
• Network with everyone – Classmates, former professors, people you know who are also unemployed and looking, former co-workers & supervisors.
• Build your contact list – Join a professional organization, form a career-networking support group, volunteer, search for mentors, conduct information-gathering interviews.
• Do your research – Go to interviews prepared with questions and ideas for your interviewer. Be aware that it takes more to get noticed these days, and that employers have more applicants than ever to choose from.
• Send thoughtful thank you notes – Think about what you learned at the interview and show how it got you thinking about the job. Send a relevant article along with it, if applicable.
Looking for job openings? Check out the Career Center’s searchable job postings list here
Read the full article here: http://money.cnn.com/2009/03/27/news/economy/yang_jobhunters.fortune/index.htm
Graduating soon? Check out the Fulbright Program at an information session - happening weekly this June. The State Department makes Fulbright fellowships available to over 1,500 U.S. students annually to study, conduct research, teach English, or train in the creative arts in more than 155 countries worldwide. The competition is administered at the University of Michigan through the International Institute.
Sessions will be held:
Wednesday, June 2
Monday, June 7
Friday, June 11
Tuesday, June 15
Thursday, June 17
Monday, June 21
Thursday, June 24
Tuesday, June 29
All sessions will be held from 12:00-1:00pm in Room 2609 of the School of Social Work.
St. James Episcopal Church in Birmingham, MI is seeking a Minister for Youth and Young Adults. If you are a lay person, the position is salaried based on 20 hours per week. If you are ordained, the position is salaried based on 40 hours a week with at least half of the time directed to youth ministry. St. James seeks a person who will manage, grow and update an established youth ministry program and to develop a young adult program.
To apply: Please e-mail resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
To read the job description & qualifications, click 'Read more...'
To see more job postings, click here to review the Career Center's searchable job bulletin.
Educational Research Data Collectors are needed to periodically conduct objective observations for the Early Learning Communities Project for the United Way of Southeastern Michigan during the summer, and possibly fall, of 2010. Observations will take place in Wayne, Macomb and Oakland counties in the homes of caregivers who are family, friends and neighbors of those children, ages birth – 5 years, who are in their care.
This is a part-time independent contract position which pays $15/hour and mileage at $0.50/mile. Education in early childhood, social work or related field required. Must have reliable transportation. Paid training at HighScope in Ypsilanti, June 7–9.
Fax or e-mail your resume and cover letter to Carol Markley by June 2nd (734) 485-5560, email@example.com
American Indian Health and Family Services of Southeastern Michigan, Inc. is seeking a Behavioral Health Director, responsible for planning, organizing, developing, and overseeing the implementation and evaluation of mental health and substance abuse treatment programs and infrastructure. Minimum Masters level degree in mental health required; 3-5 years clinical supervision and administrative experience preferred.
For more information on how to apply, click on "Read more..."