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Lots of opportunities to make some cash and some great events as always!
  • Moolah Opportunity
  • Professional Development & Employment Opportunities
  • Events

Want $5000? Juniors & Seniors- write something!

The Elie Wiesel Foundation Prize in Ethics Essay Contest is out there now.
Suggested topic
: Articulate with clarity an etihcal issue that you have encountered and analyze what it has taught you about ethics and yourself.

You have 3000 to 4000 words to raise questions, single out issues, and identify dilemmas. See the two documents below for full guidelines and information.

Professional Development & Employment Opportunities

GenEd Graphic Design Student Worker Position

Temple University’s General Education Program seeks a graphic design student to provide support in developing newsletter templates for distribution to GenEd students and faculty, and the Temple advising staff. No specific experience is required, though experience with services such as MailChimp and Constant Contact is a plus.

This position will begin immediately with the goal of having all three templates developed by the beginning of January, 2016. Students will be paid hourly through completion of the project.

To apply, email a cover letter and resume to Dana Dawson atdgdawson@temple.edu by Friday, November 20th. If you have questions, please email Dana Dawson at dgdawson@temple.edu.

Academic Mentors Wanted!

The Resnick Academic Support for Student-Athlete Center is looking to hire academic mentors for the Spring 2016 semester. The Resnick Center provides academic support to student-athletes in the manner of tutoring, academic mentoring, study hall, academic meetings and monitoring of ncaa academic eligibility. The academic mentor position is an integral part of the center and the academic mentor serves as an extension of the academic advisor. See below for additional position details:

  • Academic Mentors work to ensure that student-athletes utilize the resources necessary to build the skills essential for pursuit of a degree.
  • Academic Mentors serve as role models, study skills instructors, and guides for student-athletes. This position requires constant feedback to students, Learning Enhancement and Academic Development specialists, and academic advisors to monitor student-athlete progress and performance.
  • Academic Mentors should have good interpersonal and communication skills, be able to direct the session and keep the student-athlete on task.
  • Academic Mentors should display strong time management and organizational skills.
  • Academic Mentors do not need to know all of the answers, but should be able to direct student-athletes to the tools and resources necessary to be successful.
  • Academic Mentors should have a minimum cumulative GPA of a 3.2 and be of sophomore standing or higher.

This is a paid position with an hourly rate of $8.50.

Anyone interested in applying should send an e-mail with a resume attached to Tara Evans (tuf32757@temple.edu) by Wednesday November 25th .



Wednesday, November 18th 4 PM
Tuttleman 105

Got burning questions about the stipend process? Come learn more about stipends, the process, how we can help you, and more.

Global Temple Conference- TOMORROW!

Wednesday, November 18th, 10 AM - 4PM

Howard Gittis Student Center, 2nd Floor

The Global Temple Conference was first organized in 2006 to showcase the university's international involvement across the world, promoting globalization as one of Temple's core values. The conference celebrates Temple’s global dimensions by showcasing Temple student, faculty and staff research, programs, and creative activities from around the world. In 2014, over 500 attendees and 100 presenters joined us for Global Temple.

This year's conference will feature a Plenary Session on Europe's Migration Challenge, four concurrent sessions showcasing student, faculty and staff research, programs and films; and a poster session.

New this year, there will also be a Global Information Fair in conjunction with the poster session. The fair provides the Temple community with the opportunity to learn more about the many Temple departments and programs that offer international opportunities. The conference is free and open to the Temple community and the public.

Registration for this event is encouraged but not required. Register here.