Student Leadership Opportunities w/ Dawg Daze!

Apply today to be a Dawg Daze Leader! Help welcome new students back to campus this fall, apply at http://fyp.washington.edu/ddl. Applications due June 3rd.

MARTHA TRAN, M.Ed.

Sr. Program Manager & Communications Specialist / University of Washington

First Year Programs / Undergraduate Academic Affairs

Professional Staff Organization (PSO) President

Box 352825

120 Mary Gates Hall, Seattle, WA 98195-2825

206.221.7460 / siutsz / fyp.washington.edu

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

ECON 437 and 464 open for registration

Econ majors,

ECON 437 and 464 are now open for registration. ECON 437 meets the writing course requirement.

ECON 437
sln 23169

MW 1:30-3:20pm

SAV 166

Levis Kochin

Writing credit

ECON 464

Sln 13805

TTh 1:30-3:20pm

DEN 258

Levis Kochin

*********************************************

Ahna Kotila

Academic Counselor, Lead

Department of Economics

University of Washington

314 Savery Hall, Box 353330

Seattle, WA 98195-3330

(206) 543-5794

econadv@uw.edu

http://econ.washington.edu

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Memorial Day Events 5/23-26

Display problems? View this newsletter in your browser.
MDI_2016_PC_front-1.jpg
Memorial Day is… is a campaign founded by student veterans at the University of Washington to recognize the sacrifices of those killed in action while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces.
---

Honoring 2nd Lieutenant Travis A. Morgado

Each year we honor one member of the UW community who lost their life in defense of our country. The 2016 ceremony will honor 2nd Lieutenant Travis A. Morgado, UW class of 2009.

Travis graduated with his degree in Civil Engineering and went on to serve in the United States Army to give back for the opportunities that he was given. On May 23, 2012, Travis was killed while on patrol in the Zharay district of Afghanistan.

Please join us as we honor the sacrifice of Travis and the thousands of others who have been killed in action while serving our country.

---

4,424 Flag Covered Lawn

11265629_10152932272971274_8395914502596277194_n.jpg

Mon. May 23 | 0800

HUB Lawn

Each year, we lay thousands of flags across the HUB Lawn to raise awareness for the number of servicemembers that have been killed in action while serving in the armed forces. 2016 will honor the 4,424 servicemembers killed in Operation Iraqi Freedom. To volunteer to be a part of the events, go to http://vols.pt/yoSKDc.

---

Finding Healing in Death and Grieving

062211AJ_RunToRemember1-1.jpg

Mon. May 23 | 1600

HUB 332

wear blue: run to remember’s co-founder, Lisa Hallett, will speak about how she used running to cope with the loss of her husband and how her organization has started a nation-wide movement.

---

ROTC Joint Service Review / Reception

rotc-600x332.jpg

Tues. May 24 | 1400-1700

Mt. Rainier Vista / HUB Lyceum

Join UW ROTC as they celebrate as they remember the fallen for Memorial Day and celebrate the outstanding cadets and midshipmen.

---

Memorial Day is… 5k

slideshow_6-600x383.jpg

Wed. May 25 | 1600

HUB Lawn

As part of the 2016 Memorial Day is… campaign, Husky Veterans, Student Veteran Life, and UW ROTC in partnership with wear blue: run to remember will be hosting our first ever Memorial 5k. Join us for a run, walk, or anything in between. To register for the race, click here.

---

Memorial Day is… Ceremony

image1-1-600x450.jpg

Thurs. May 26 | 1200

HUB Lawn

The Memorial Day is… program culminates in a ceremony to be held on the HUB Lawn featuring members of the UW veteran community and friends and family of honoree UW alum 2nd Lieutenant Travis Morgado.

---
Facebook
---

Student Veteran Life

Husky Union Building, Room 327

4001 E. Stevens Way NE, Seattle, WA 98195

phone 206.221.0830 / email vetlife

wordmark.png
UnsubscribeEdit your subscription
Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Internships Jay Inslee for Washington

Internships available with Jay Inslee for Washington

Are you interested in working in politics? Jay Inslee for Washington is looking for hardworking and talented individuals to join the finance, field, policy, compliance, and outreach teams in our Seattle office. This is a great opportunity to gain experience in campaign work – particularly in the fields of research, finance, community organizing, voter contact, volunteer recruitment, and more.

INTERN ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

· Conduct research, help with database management, and provide support in fundraising by contacting donors and assisting staff at events

· Work with staff to carry out administrative duties, including data entry, mass mailings, filings, answering the phone, and other office related tasks

· Assist with special event coordination, planning, recruiting attendees, and day-of-event operations

· Assist with media monitoring, communication, and research projects

· Help recruit volunteers, organize and run statewide phone banks, and participate in voter contact

· Other responsibilities as they develop, based on intern interest areas and campaign needs

COMMITTMENT:

We have multiple unpaid positions for Summer, and Fall. Candidates must be available to commit to consistent hours at our Seattle office, with evening and weekend opportunities available. Internship duration can accommodate semesters/quarters and is flexible around class schedule. 15-25 hours per week minimum commitment required.

Positions open immediately. Class credit is available depending on your school requirements.

HOW TO APPLY:

If you are interested and ready to gain some on the ground experience in the world of politics, please send your resume, cover letter, and three references to Info@JayInslee.com with “Inslee Internship” as the subject line.

PATRICK H. PINEDA
Academic Counselor, Senior
Department of Economics
305 Savery Hall, Box 353330
Seattle, Washington 98195-3330

phone 206.543.5794 / fax 206.685.7477
econadv@uw.edu, ppineda@uw.edu / econ.washington.edu

Inslee Internship Posting 5-15-16.pdf

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Last Call for Dawg Daze Volunteers!

Hello!

THIS FRIDAY – deadline to apply to be a Dawg Daze Leader! Please let your students know about this great leadership opportunity. Apply at http://fyp.washington.edu/ddl. Applications due May 20th.

MARTHA TRAN, M.Ed.

Sr. Program Manager & Communications Specialist / University of Washington

First Year Programs / Undergraduate Academic Affairs

Professional Staff Organization (PSO) President

Box 352825

120 Mary Gates Hall, Seattle, WA 98195-2825

206.221.7460 / siutsz / fyp.washington.edu

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Last Call for Dawg Daze Volunteers!

Hello!

THIS FRIDAY – deadline to apply to be a Dawg Daze Leader! Please let your students know about this great leadership opportunity. Apply at http://fyp.washington.edu/ddl. Applications due May 20th.

MARTHA TRAN, M.Ed.

Sr. Program Manager & Communications Specialist / University of Washington

First Year Programs / Undergraduate Academic Affairs

Professional Staff Organization (PSO) President

Box 352825

120 Mary Gates Hall, Seattle, WA 98195-2825

206.221.7460 / siutsz / fyp.washington.edu

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

CIA Info Sessions May 9 & 10

Central Intelligence Agency Representatives will be on campus conducting an information session, analyst simulations and advisory sessions May 9 and 10. All interested graduate and undergraduate students are invited to attend.

CIA General Information Session and Analyst Simulation

Monday, May 9, 2016

5:30 pm– 6:30 pm – Info Session

6:30 pm– 7:30 pm – Analyst Simulation

UW Career Center, 134 Mary Gates

Advisory Sessions

Attend the information session to sign up in advance. Walk-ins will be accommodated as schedule permits.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

9:00 am– 4:00 pm

UW Career Center, 134 Mary Gates

CIA Representatives will provide information regarding the CIA and the variety of career and internship opportunities available. Undergraduates and Graduates of all academic disciplines are encouraged to attend. All CIA positions require US citizenship and relocation to the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

Following the information session, we invite graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in careers as an intelligence analyst to participate in a short analytical simulation exercise. This exercise is tailored for students who want to learn how they can apply their backgrounds and problem solving skills to national security issues. During this short exercise, students will play the role of CIA intelligence analysts assigned to a team. CIA intelligence analysts gather information from a wide variety of sources to develop objective, meaningful and usable intelligence assessments. During the simulation, CIA will walk you through the thought process and role of an analyst as you investigate a potential emerging problem (unclassified) that demands critical thinking skills and analysis.

Signup for Advisory Sessions at the Information Session on Monday, May 9.

Holly

Holly H. Hudson | West Coast Regional Recruiter

: hollyhh | : www.cia.gov

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment