Honors Bulletin

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We've Got Phillies Tickets

For tonight's game and they could be yours.

4 in all. You have to email sethfinck@temple.edu with your name and the names of 3 others to claim the tickets. First come, first ticketed. You must be able to pick them up in the lounge before 5PM.

Best of luck!


Bulletin Contents

  • Employment & Professional Development
  • Events & Other Things

Employment & Professional Development

Job in Emergency Management- No Work Study Required - $12/hr

Student worker will assist the Director of Emergency Management in activities associated with Temple University’s TUready program. The student should have an interest in emergency management as a field, including public health preparedness, emergency planning, crisis communication, and preparedness training/education. The student worker will assist with special projects as assigned, and this may include event /meeting planning and coordination; web research; data entry; office duties, and project delivery. The student may need to run errands on campus or post information in residence halls. Other administrative duties as assigned. A responsible position who is self-motivated, industrious, enthusiastic, and needs little supervision would be preferred.

QUALIFICATIONS: (training, experience, special requirements, skills, etc.)

Important that this individual has above average interpersonal skills, some public speaking abilities, good computer skills, excellent communication skills, and the ability to attend to details. An innovative and creative thinker is preferred. Essential that the individual can handle confidential matters and to be professional at all times. Related work experience, education, and interest preferred.

If Interested contact Sarah Powell, Director of Emergency Management, by the end of this week with resume attached. (sjpowell@temple.edu)

Peace Corps Info Session!

Employer Meetup: Peace Corps

Wednesday, September 14; 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. in Tuttleman Learning Center, Room 306

Attend this event to learn why over 220,000 people have served in the Peace Corps, and hear about the application process and benefits of Peace Corps service. Click here for more information and to register.

Love Nature? Be a Ranger!

Why join the ProRanger Program?

As probably know, 2016 is the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. This summer, 18 Temple students spent their summers in paid internships at national parks across the U.S. from Virgin Islands National Park in St. John to Yosemite National Park in California. Temple students were in battlefields like Gettsyburg and Antietam; in urban centers like Santa Monica, Boston and Philadelphia; and on seashores and rivers like Fire Island National Seashore, Buffalo National River and Ozark Scenic Riverways. With 413 units managed by the NPS, there is a park for everyone! You can read about their adventures and view some pretty incredible pictures on their blog.


Learn more about the ProRanger Program. The program boasts a 100% job placement rate for students who have successfully completed the program.


Who is eligible?

The program is open to students of any major! We hope to continue diversifying the student base and to increase the number of students who speak multiple languages – especially Spanish.


Applications will be accepted from August 29th through October 10th. We are currently holding information sessions – click for dates and locations.

Please contact Vicki Lewis McGarvey or NPS program manager Adrian Fernandez if you have any questions about the program, to nominate a student or to arrange for a class visit.

Events & Other Things

MAKE A PBJ! BREAK A WORLD RECORD

Temple's Main Campus Program Board presents PB&J Day on Monday, September 19 in the Liacouras Center! We are attempting to BREAK THE WORLD RECORD for Most Sandwiches Made in an Hour! All sandwiches made will be donated to local soup kitchens and homeless shelters. Feel free to sign up with a group of your friends or organization at www.tinyurl.com/TempleTeamPBJ (or alone, if all of your friends have night classes atwww.tinyurl.com/TempleMadePBJ)! This is the only event where you can receive the official Homecoming 2016 T-Shirt as well! Be sure that you can attend from 5 to 7, but if you can't, feel free to come to the Liacouras and be in the stands to cheer everyone on! Temple students, faculty, alumni, and members of the community are welcome to attend... just be sure to register! If you have any questions, contact Trina at trina.van@temple.edu.