Career Services seeks Graduate Career Peer for 2017-18

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Career Services is currently accepting applications for its Graduate Career Peer position for 2017-18. The position provides valuable experience in ​higher-ed administration and the opportunity to assist with program development. Please submit resume and cover letter by Friday, May 26.

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Media MAYhem: Discover careers in arts and media

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The Media MAYhem event series is a cross-campus program that ​features 18 free informational events pertaining to careers in the arts and media fields. This year’s program focuses on four areas: Hollywood and Entertainment, Broadcasting, Social Media and Journalism, and Visual Art.

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Mentor a STEM intern this summer

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Summer programs have begun their recruitment cycle, and there are several opportunities to mentor interns focused in science, engineering, or mathematics this summer. This is a wonderful way to hone your communication and project management skills as well as inspire the next generation.

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May 26 and June 2 NSF I-Corps ZAP Sessions

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Are you working on a project that you want to bring to market in the near future? Consider applying for the NSF National I-Corps Program that could provide you $50,000 in funding. There will be two ZAP trainings on May 26 and June 2.

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Don't miss the Last Chance Job Fair

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Don’t miss out on the last opportunity of the academic year to connect with employers! The Last Chance Job Fair is a one-day event that hosts organizations seeking all disciplines.

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CARE seeks graduate assistant

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Campus Advocacy, Resources, & Education (CARE) is hiring a graduate assistant to develop and organize education and prevention programming for the graduate student community and to supervise our undergraduate student staff in their own programming efforts.

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Sign up for spring science communication course

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Join Doug Bradley from the UCSB Writing Program for a spring quarter course on Science Communication (Writing 259). This course provides students within STEM disciplines a foundation in science communication practices that explain, persuade, describe, and entertain.

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Learn more about UCSB Crossroads at March 4 event

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Are you interested in interdisciplinary research/teaching, connecting with faculty for project collaboration, and/or scoring a free lunch? Then join and celebrate the re-launch of the UCSB Crossroads Program and find out how you can get involved in this innovative initiative.

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