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The Opportunity Agenda (www.opportunityagenda.org) is seeking a student fall Intern with a demonstrated commitment to social justice and equal opportunity, good research skills and understanding of communications, and the initiative to take on new and innovative assignments. A sense of humor and a dose of modesty are essential.
The internship is open to graduate students with a specific interest in public opinion research and media content analysis around social justice issues including immigration, health care, racial justice, poverty and human rights in general.
The intern must be able to commit to a minimum of 35-40 hours weekly for ten weeks dependent on their availability. The internship will begin the third week of September.
Application Instructions: Please e-mail your resume and a cover letter (necessary to be considered) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please no phone calls.
If you plan to attend the SSW Summer Commencement on August 7th, please read through these Important Instructions for Graduates!
The Student Health Insurance Committee (SHIC), in collaboration with the Michigan Student Assembly (MSA), has selected Aetna Student Health for the 2010-11 Domestic Student Health Insurance Plan (DSHIP).
2010-11 Domestic Student Health Insurance Plan (DSHIP) Information
Additional Health Insurance Information
Change is Possible Counseling Services, LLC is seeking Masters level state licensed mental health professionals for immediate full and part-time openings to work in a vibrant outpatient clinic.
Come join a team that is large enough to serve a diverse patient base and small enough to feel like a family. Please e-mail your resume to Dennis Zitny, Business Manager, Change is Possible Counseling Services, LLC: email@example.com
Change is Possible Counseling Services website: www.changeispossible.biz
Any U.S. Citizen seeking an entry-level professional position in the United Nations can now apply to take an upcoming recruiting examination. The purpose of these examinations is to recruit young qualified and motivated professionals for junior positions. To apply, you must be 32 or younger, fluent in English or French, and have an undergraduate degree.
The application deadline to take the exam is September 19, 2010 - and the examinations will be held on December 1, 2010 in New York City and San Francisco.
For more information and to apply, click here
The Office of Student Services has a limited supply of commencement attire to borrow for MSW students planning to participate in summer commencement on August 7th at Hill Auditorium.
Stop by during office hours -- first come, first served.
View the "Ask a Current MSW Student" Webinar: Chat Log (PDF) / Powerpoint.
The School of Social Work Summer Commencement Ceremony will be held on Saturday, August 7, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. in Hill Auditorium. A reception will immediately follow at the School of Social Work in the Educational Conference Center (ECC), Room 1840.
Click here for specific information for graduates.
Beginning Fall 2010, all active graduate students are required by Rackham to be registered every Fall and Winter semesters. The School of Social Work’s plan for implementation and tuition voucher request form are included.