Three executives from nonprofit organizations will tell how they landed in nonprofit jobs and why they stay there. This event fulfills the requirement for a BUS200 Mid-Point Learning Seminar.
The class has chosen to establish a scholarship fund to support future students who want to study abroad during J-Term, and it is off to a strong start thanks to an anonymous gift of $5,000.
Last year the challenge awarded more than $65,000 in UST scholarships to graduate and undergraduate students.
Apply online to be a tour guide, blogger, student communicator, intern or ambassador.
Online application deadline is Monday April, 25.
Breakfast will begin at midnight and will ending at approximately 1:30 a.m. Sunday, April 17.
This meeting is an information session for prospective members.
To go along with a serving of Mexican food, a number of students have stepped up to offer music, spoken word, poetry and a dramatic performance.
Listed are penalties for students who park in the ramp or surface lot and do not terminate their contract by May 31 – and advantages for those who do. Info on preregistration for a 2011-12 parking contract is included.
The first 50 students who sign a pledge to stop using a cell phone while driving, and bring a copy to the Wellness Center, will receive a prize.
Both executive board and general council positions are up for election.
The group will meet at noon today at the tables behind Coffee Bené in O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center.
A planning session will be held on Tuesday, April 19.
Competing in pairs, contestants can win prizes such as tickets to a Twins game, Valleyfair, or the Water Park of America.
He will meet with interested students to discuss the Creighton M.D. program and the medical school application process.
The St. Paul-based marketing technology company specializes in customer acquisition, marketing optimization and measurement of results.
Courses that incorporate service-learning for summer and fall terms can be viewed online.
The Commuter Center hosts Fruity Tuesday once per month throughout the academic year.
Tickets for the Spring Dance on April 16 are free for undergraduate UST students and $8 for guests (one guest per student).
Pick up a senior package, which includes a ticket to the banquet on April 28 and a donation to the senior class gift fund.
The third annual Relay for Life of the Tommies and Katies will be held Saturday, April 30, in the Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex field house.
The block party will be held Saturday, April 30.
Bring a résumé and questions for the employment agency reps from 17 companies that offer short-term employment for students seeking summer work and full-time jobs for graduating seniors.
Thursday's meeting will serve to bring together ideas to form a constitution and to create a name for the club.
No question is taboo and all questions will be submitted anonymously. Two top Minnesota attorneys will have all the answers at this open forum.