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New York Union Semester Program

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  • Mansel A. Nelson
    ... 212.827.0200. ... Deidre Frazier Career and Academic Specialist (928) 523-6046 deidre.frazier@nau.edu Career Services is now located in the new Gateway
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 26, 2004
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      >>THE NEW YORK UNION SEMESTER PROGRAM is still accepting applications for
      >>its Spring 2005 program. The deadline has been extended past November 15,
      >>2004. Please contact the Program Coordinator for more details.
      >>
      >>The New York Union Semester is offered through Queens College/CUNY and
      >>provides students with the opportunity to intern at a labor union or
      >>community organization in New York City while taking Labor Studies
      >>courses at Queens College for a semester.
      >>
      >>The program is open to all-undergraduate majors and post-baccalaureate
      >>students. In addition to a $1700 scholarship and a weekly $210 stipend,
      >>all participants receive undergraduate or graduate credit for their work.
      >>
      >>Internships include a wide range of activities--from organizing to
      >>research, to media and communication. A diverse group of unions and
      >>community organizations have hosted interns, including SEIU, HERE, TWU,
      >>Community Voices Heard, and Jobs with Justice. New York Union Semester is
      >>an excellent career opportunity for students interested in working for
      >>social and economic justice. For more information go to
      >>www.qc.edu/unionsemester, e-mail: unionsemester@..., or call
      212.827.0200.
      >>
      >>Eligibility:
      >>Union semester is open to undergraduate students who have completed 45
      >>credits with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Recent college graduates may also
      >>participate and receive graduate level credit for the completion of the
      >>program. Graduate students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.
      >>Placements are limited and the selection process is competitive.
      >>Applicants must submit a college transcript and 500-word essay with their
      >>applications.
      >>
      >>********************************
      >>Career & Academic Advising Services
      >>Gateway Student Success Center (bldg 43)
      >>928.523.4772
      >
      >Eileen Mahoney, Ed.D.
      >Director, Gateway Student Success Center
      >NAU Box 5650
      >Flagstaff, AZ 86011
      >Fax 928-523-1711
      >928-523-6958

      Deidre Frazier
      Career and Academic Specialist
      (928) 523-6046
      deidre.frazier@...
      Career Services is now located in the new Gateway Center (bldg 43)

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      looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens.
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      Message: 2
      Date: Mon, 22 Nov 2004 10:52:29 -0700
      From: "Haney, Tracy" <Tracy.Haney@...>
      Subject: Internship/Co-op Conferences

      Conferences I know about:





      1. NCEEA (Northwest Career Educators and Employers Association) 2005
      conference will be held May 4-6, 2005 in Spokane, Washington. The
      conference theme is "Rejuvenating Partnerships", with a focus on
      nurturing and expanding our relationships with employers, community
      agencies, faculty and colleagues. http://www.nceea.org/



      2. NACE http://www.naceweb.org/natmtg/2005/default.htm



      3. CEIA http://www.ceiainc.org/Conference/index.htm



      4. NSEE http://www.nsee.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=conferences



      5. WACE http://www.wace.net/













      5.







      Tracy Haney

      Employment Coordinator

      College of Business Administration-NAU

      PO Box 15066

      Flagstaff, AZ 86011-5066

      Ph. (928) 523-8880

      Fx. (928) 523-6559





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      Message: 3
      Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 08:00:11 -0700
      From: Deidre Frazier <Deidre.Frazier@...>
      Subject: Fwd: If you know anyone that this might work for...pass it on.

      Internship opportunity

      >Date: Mon, 22 Nov 2004 17:57:51 -0700
      >From: Martin Lozano <Martin.Lozano@...>
      >Subject: Fwd: If you know anyone that this might work for...pass it on.
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      >FYI -- An internship opportunity from my sister who works for APS.
      >
      >
      >>Date: Tue, 26 Oct 2004 15:01:15 -0700
      >>From: Margarita.Lozano-Esparza@...
      >>Subject: If you know anyone that this might work for...pass it on.
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      >>Palo Verde's looking for interns
      >>October 26, 2004
      >>Palo Verde is hiring 10 maintenance interns for the 2005 calendar year.
      >>The one-year internships begin in January and are part of the APS
      >>School-to-Work program. Eligible individuals must be Arizona residents,
      >>18 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED.
      >>In addition, APS has partnered with Estrella Mountain Community College
      >>and will pay for tuition and books for the 19 credit hours of specially
      >>designed, prescribed course work. Interns must work at least 20 hours
      >>per week at Palo Verde, maintain at least a C average in all college
      >>courses and maintain satisfactory work performance throughout the
      >>internship. The internships give individuals an opportunity to gain
      >>industrial work experience while pursuing their college education.
      >>If you know of anyone who fits the criteria, have them contact Michael
      >>Scott <mailto:michael_scott@...> , internship program advisor,
      >>pager (602) 658-0282. Additional information is on the APS Career
      >>Opportunities, External Listings Web page
      >><http://humanres/careers/external_jobs.asp> as well as on aps.com
      >><http://www.pinnaclewest.com/main/pnw/careers/STW/default.html> , under
      >>the Employment tab, School-to-Work category.
      >>Applications can be submitted by mail to:
      >> Michael Scott
      >> Maintenance Intern Program Advisor
      >> Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station
      >> P.O. Box 52034, MS 6190
      >> Phoenix, AZ 85072-2034

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