FAU Student News

Monday, July 6, 2020
Vol. 8 | Issue 26
 

FAU Student News

Your weekly source for important dates, events, and announcements.


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Student Leadership Conferences: Save the Date

Student Leadership Conferences provide meaningful experiences which promote and enhance self-awareness as a leader. See below for upcoming events:

  • Lead Student Leadership Conference
    A catalyst for students to become Change Agents.
  • WeLead Diversity Matters Student Leadership Symposium
    An experience demonstrating how diversity and inclusion are at the core of effective leadership, practice, and service.
  • Roadmap to Success Conference
    Learning the skills and techniques needed to succeed in college and future careers.
  • Women's Leadership Institute
    Raising awareness on issues women face in leadership, facilitate skills development, and networking opportunities .

 


Technology Tuesday: Arduino Webinar

Have you wanted to learn how to build electronic circuits? Have you heard about Arduino or Raspberry PI and wondered how hard would it be to play with those devices? Wonder no more! The FAU Libraries are starting a webinar series on Arduino programming. No experience is necessary and attendees can follow along and watch live training sessions of learning to use the Arduino system. Register at https://bit.ly/faulibarduino

To learn more visit https://calendar.fau.edu/event/technology_tuesday_arduino_workshop#.XvyOAChKjIU.


Science Summer Workshop: Intro to Science Careers - July 7 at 3 p.m.

Join this session to learn about different career options for science students! We'll review some of the Career Center resources available to help you with career exploration. RSVP: https://fau.joinhandshake.com/events/506987


STEM Careers with the U.S. Department of State - July 8 at 3 p.m

Join Rebecca Kimbrell, Diplomat in Residence for South Florida, as she highlights job opportunities for STEM majors in the U.S. Department of State's Foreign Service.

Love traveling? Speak a foreign language? Interested in serving your country while living abroad? The U.S. Department of State hires individuals from many fields of specialization including: office managers, security and construction engineers, IT professionals, communication and security equipment technicians, human resources professionals, logistics personnel, doctors and nurse practitioners, lab technicians, law enforcement officers, computer engineers, and financial managers.

Click here to RSVP


FAU Get Hired! - July 9 at 3 p.m.

The FAU Get Hired event will be held on Thursday, July 9 from 3 - 4 p.m. The goal for this event is to connect employers who are currently hiring for full-time, part-time or internship opportunities with our FAU top talent virtually! We will have three employers in attendance: Mondelez International, New York Life Insurance Company & NYLIFE Securities, LLC, & Children's Home Society of South Florida. Each employer will give a 5-10 minute presentation on their company, culture, and career opportunities. After each employer has shared, we will open the floor to students for a Question and Answer session. Click here to RSVP


FAU Get Hired! On-Campus Jobs & Internships Edition - July 9 at 4 p.m.

Interested in working or interning on-campus? Join us to learn more about FAU departments and opportunities available to you! Click here to RSVP


Erase Hate Exhibit - Call for submissions

Together with the FAU Center for IDEAs and in support of the FAU Libraries Erase Hate initiative, we want to give students the opportunity to express their feelings about the horrific death of George Floyd and others who lost their lives to racial injustice. This is a safe space where students can express actions they would like to take or feel others should take to erase the hate in order to start a conversation.

We invite FAU students to submit written (spoken word, poetry, essay, letters, etc..) or artistic (painting, sculpture, drawing, etc…) pieces answering the questions: How have you been impacted by racism you have experienced or have witnessed? What is your hope for the future? Your submission will be shared anonymously on the FAU Libraries website in an effort to create a space where we can listen and learn from each other and most importantly, promote a community of respect for all. Select pieces will also be part of an upcoming exhibition.

To learn more visit https://library.fau.edu/erase-hate-exhibit


Support Nursing Home Residents by Volunteering From Home

The COVID19 pandemic has significantly impacted the seniors residing in assisted living facilities many of which have had to alter their visitation policies in order to protect residents. The goal of the project ,Connected Through Caring, is to promote cross-generational conversation and to strengthen community engagement with our most vulnerable members.

The project consists of three options for involvement including submitting a letter of encouragement/gratitude to nursing home residents/healthcare workers, a pen pal program where students will be matched with seniors in the community and a video chat initiative where students will have an opportunity to converse with seniors. This is the perfect opportunity to serve the community. If you are interested in learning more about the project or how to get involved, please visit our website and select the option that best interests you. Volunteers will be awarded community service hours!

To learn more visit https://connectedthroughcaring.wordpress.com/.


Ask Us Anything: Job Search

Join the director of Employer and Student Engagement to ask any career related questions or concerns on various topics such as Careers & COVID 19, Job Search and Networking. RSVP via https://app.joinhandshake.com/events/501652