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Welcome to the Human Services Newsletter!

You are receiving this newsletter from the Career Center because you are an undergraduate student who has selected "Counseling or Psychology" and/or "Education" as your area(s) of interest on Tribe Careers. If you do not wish to receive this newsletter, which will contain upcoming events, highlighted jobs and internships, and career advice, please log on to Tribe Careers and update your personal profile. If you would like to make an appointment to see a career coach in the Career Center, please call 757-221-3231.
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Featured Resource: Candid Careers

Check out one of the Career Center's newest resources: Candid Careers! Candid Careers allows students to learn about a wide variety of careers from professionals all over the country and is free for William & Mary students. Candid Careers can be accessed from our website here: Check out this week's featured videos below: Danielle, Erin, and Johnathan!

Featured Internship: Victim/Witness Intern

The Gloucester Victim-Witness Assistance Program is located in the Gloucester Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office. It was established in 1990 and is funded by a grant from the Department of Criminal Justice Services. If you are a crime victim or witness, we are here to help you. Virginia law gives crime victims many rights. We can help you understand your rights and know where to go for services.

The Victim/Witness intern will assist with the daily functions of the program. This included preparing correspondence to crime victims, assisting with protective order petitions, providing community referrals, and court accompaniment for crime victims. Psychology, Counseling, Sociology, Undeclared, Women's Studies, Law majors who are Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors are encouraged to apply on Tribe Careers!

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Featured Internship: Summer Teaching Fellowship (STF) with Uncommon Schools

The Summer Teaching Fellowship (STF) is a paid summer internship for college juniors that provide valuable teaching experience under the mentorship of an experienced teacher. It is designed to introduce emerging teachers to teaching and urban education reform through experience in Uncommon’s classrooms and tailored professional development opportunities. Fellows develop the skills necessary for leading high-achieving urban classrooms through the mentorship, collaboration, and hands-on experience Uncommon Schools provides. Fellows also receive free housing during this internship.

Featured Organization: Southern Teachers Agency (STA)

"Southern Teachers Agency is the premiere PK-12 teacher and administrative recruitment service in the South. STA offers free teacher placement for candidates, and we are the only agency that focuses on private & independent school placements in the South. We work with schools from Maryland south to Florida, and as far west as Texas.

STA provides personal service to our candidates and our schools. Each candidate is treated as an individual with unique talents and with unique search parameters. Schools appreciate our reputation for knowing and honestly assessing our candidates. They know that we send them the most viable candidates--otherwise, they would not hire them.

As a result, we have placed more teachers, coaches, and school administrators in the South than any other agency.

Founded in 1902, STA is the oldest independent school placement service in America.

When only the best will do, come to STA!"

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Featured Career Tip: Interviewing

Schedule a mock interview with the Career Center to work on your interviewing skills before applying for that exciting summer job or internship! You can sign up for a general mock interview on Tribe Careers. Below is a link to some of the most commonly asked interview questions and some help in preparing thorough answers.