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Earn some brownie points...

Bring this kind of stuff to the Lounge and donate it to the Honors Appalachia Community Care Packaging effort. All contributions are welcome and don't forget you can participate in creating care packages on Saturday, April 9th at 3:30 PM in the Lounge and distributing them on Sunday, April 10th, meeting at corner of Cecil B. Broad at 12 PM. For more information, contact Maura Edwards (maura.edwards@temple.edu).
  • Bagged/boxed snacks
  • Toothbrush/Toothpaste/Floss/Mouthwash
  • Soap/Deodorant/Shampoo/Conditioner
  • Brushes/combs
  • Baby wipes/Tissues
  • Feminine Hygiene Products
  • Socks
  • Small blankets
  • Pens and paper
  • New or used books

Bulletin Contents
  • Employment Opportunities
  • Events

Employment Opportunities


The Whie House internship is now available on the OwlNetwork!

Search for Job ID 33991527. A reminder this posting has a deadline of April 17th!

Writing Center is Hiring $10 or $12/Hour!

Do you enjoy working one-on-one with other students? Do you find writing to be challenging and fun? Alternately, do you enjoy talking to international students and learning about different cultures? If either of these sound like you, please consider applying to be a tutor or a conversation partner this fall! Please note that we are accepting applications via email only. We will not accept hard copies of applications.

For Tutors:

Job Description: Undergraduate writing tutors work one-on-one with all Temple students, including both undergraduate and graduate students, at any stage of the writing process. Tutors provide a friendly, supportive environmentin 20 minute and 50 minute tutoring sessions, both in person and online.

Qualifications: Ideal candidates will have excellent academic writing samples, a deep understanding of writing as a process, and an ability to work with people from diverse cultural backgrounds. Tutors will have regularly scheduled shifts of 5-20 hours per week at a rate of $12/hour. Students who are interested in applying should send their resume, a cover letter, three academic writing samples, and contact information for three professional references to Leslie Allison at leslie.allison@temple.edu. More information can be found on our website. Application materials should be emailed to: Leslie Allison, leslie.allison@temple.edu

Application Deadline: Monday, April 18, 2016

For Conversation Partners:

Job Description: The Writing Center has openings in our Conversation Partners program, which serves international students who wish to practice listening and speaking in English. We are seeking to hire several Conversation Partners for fall 2016. Conversation Partners will meet one-on-one with non-native English speakers to provide friendly conversation and informal language teaching, and also help with events hosted for these students.

Qualifications: Ideal candidates will have experience living, working, or studying abroad; interest and/or experience in language teaching or tutoring; a desire to learn about other cultures; current or recent enrollment in a language-related course.

Conversation Partners will have regularly scheduled shifts of 5-15 hours per week at a rate of $10/hour. Students who are interested in applying should send their resume (or CV), a cover letter, and contact information for three professional references to Elisabeth Ursell at eursell@temple.edu. More information can also be found on our website. Application materials should be emailed to: Elisabeth Ursell, eursell@temple.edu

Application Deadline: Monday, April 18th, 2016

Foreign Language Tutors and Conversation Partners:

We are also hiring for the following foreign languages. Please email Leslie or Liz for more details:

Writing Tutoring: Spanish

Conversation Partners: Spanish, Portuguese, and Standard Arabic


Careers in Color Professional Development Events

Temple University Career Center is partnering with ethnically diverse student professional organizations to host a Professional Development series called Careers in Color, featuring two major events:

Build Your Brand Workshop

Wednesday, April 6th, 5:00pm-7:00pm, SERC 108B

Rachel Coppola (Center For Professional Development)

Mark Kaloko (Temple University Career Center)

Panel and Networking Reception

Thursday, April 7th, 5:00 pm-7:00 pm, Walk Auditorium (Ritter Hall)

Professor Timothy Welbeck (Moderator)

Nicole Wormley Campbell Soup Company

Jameel Rush Day & Zimmermann

Ivan Rodriguez Great Oaks Foundation

Yvette A. Núñez Congreso de Latinos Unidos

Stephen Nguyen Unisys

Danielle Jeter AOI Events & PR

SPring 2016 Undergrad Research Symposium

Friday, April 15 3:30 - 5:30 PM
Tyler School of Art Room B083

Join the department of Art History as they present their first annual event highlighting student research. This event is free and open to the public.