A Note from the Director of Career Services:
With the new year quickly approaching, it is a great time to reflect on the past year and spruce up your resume. Make a resolution to have Career Services review your resume in the Winter Quarter. Schedule an appointment with me HERE .
Winter Break Hours:
MAPSS staff will be limited during the winter break. Please be aware that the MAPSS offices will be closed on the following dates:
Wednesday, December 23rd-Friday, December 25th
Thursday, December 31st-Friday, January 1st
Welcome Back! New Year, New You | Start the New Year off right with healthy snacks in the Student Lounge. Welcome back to campus!
Monday, January 4th | Pick Lounge
Which Industry is Right for Me? | Join Shelly for a workshop on how to weigh between Non-Profit, For-Profit, and Government sectors.
Monday, January 11th from 10-11am | Saieh 247
Friday, January 15th from 3-4pm | Saieh 242
Friday, January 8th @ 9am | Becker Friedman Institute, Saieh Hall
Latin America and the Caribbean | “Redefining Black Citizenship in Neoliberal Multicultural Democracies: Afro-Colombian Citizenship after the Constitution of 1991,” by Aleschia Hyde (MAPSS)
Thursday, January 7th from 4:30-6pm | Kelly 114
Medicine and Its Objects | “Watchful Hands: The Tacit Dimension of Surgical Needling in Late Imperial Chinese Opthamology,” by Alec Chao Wang
Thursday, January 7th from 4:30-6pm | Haskell 101
Foreign Language and Area Studies | The Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship competition is open to graduate students who are U.S. citizens, nationals, or permanent residents who are enrolled in or applying to a full-time program that combines modern foreign language training with international or area studies. Scroll down or look to the right-hand column to download applications and faculty recommendation forms. |More Info + Apply
*Application due Monday, February 8th, 2016 @ 5pm
Program Assistant | Department of Labor | This position: Organizes and consolidates the WhistleBlower (WB) Program Annual Budget Estimates. Provide administrative services, performing a wide variety of clerical, administrative, and office services work to support mission and operational requirements of the WB Programs. Establish and maintains purchase files. Initiates personnel actions requests and provide assists the Assistant Regional Administrator (ARA) for the WB Program and Supervisor Investigators on procedural matters. Answer questions pertaining to the procedures on a variety of issues such as preparing travel authorizations and vouchers; employee benefits such as the variety of leave categories, pay, electronic and manual time and attendance procedures; worker’s compensation processes and rules; etc. Prepares the correspondence and responses in support of WhistleBlower (WB) claims and/or investigative files. Provides information on office functions and operations, takes messages, and schedule or reschedule appointments for callers/visitors. Establishes, updates, and/or maintains the office administrative filling system(s). Determines conformance with regulations, completeness, grammar, format, and special policies of the WB Programs. Receives and prepares responses for request for Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). | More Info + Apply