Attention UIC Graduate Students,
The news just came in
From University Hall
That UIC Grad Students
Are the most A-MAZING of all
March is the Month
The 9th is the week
A celebration we are having
Try not to shriek
We want to toast your accomplishments
And all that you do
You are the BEST of the BEST
We APPRECIATE YOU!
Mark your calendars for an exciting series of events, workshops and
programs *all for you*. The UIC Graduate College is excited to present the
*GRADUATE STUDENT APPRECIATION WEEK*
*March 9th – 13th 2015*
Make sure to RSVP for all sessions you would like to attend.
Please forward on to your colleagues and if you are so inclined please put
a flyer up in communal grad student spaces.
We hope to see you the week of March 9th!
Graduate College Website: http://grad.uic.edu <http://grad.uic.edu/cms/>
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Hope you had a great holiday break. Be sure to mark your calendars for the upcoming UIC Engineering Career Fair. This will be held on Tuesday, February 24th, 2015. We are already at employer capacity so it will be great day to network for internships and full-time positions.
What: UIC Engineering Career Fair
When: Tuesday, Feb. 24th, 2015
Where: Student Center East- Illinois Rooms
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Who: UIC engineering students and engineering alumni (not open to the public)
Be sure your to update your resume and dress professionally! We will have the list of employers posted on the website by next week at this link: http://engineering.uic.edu/bin/view/COE/NewsCareerFair
PS- we always need volunteers for the job fair, so email us at email@example.com if you would like to volunteer.
Regardless 2013-2014 Handout
SQuad Regardless – An Educational Mentoring Foundation
We Educate and Motivate kids- through mentoring- to improve key character traits
– WE NEED MENTORS! CAN YOU PLEASE HELP US?
– Our mentoring develops social and emotional skills in kids, which improves
behaviors, attitude, and emotional-wellness.
– We mentor “at-risk” and “high-potential” kids through 1-1 mentoring or through
group mentoring workshops.
– Our kids are from low socio-economic communities in Chicago and Regardless is
responsible for 150 kids for 2013-2014 (on the South and West sides of Chicago).
– For workshops, mentors volunteer once a week for 2 hours. All college students
are invited to help with workshops.
– For 1-1 mentorship, mentors volunteer 2 times a month for 2 hours. Graduate
level students and/or working professionals are preferred for 1-1 partnerships.
– Visit http://www.squadrupled.com/events for dates, location, and times for
monthly “Regardless Informational/Orientation” sessions. The first sessions for
2013-2014 will be from 11am-12pm at 244 E. Pershing Rd. (Phillips Academy
High School) on September 7, 2013 and October 5, 2013. Interested mentors are
strongly encouraged to visit these sessions to learn more about our organization
and how we mentor kids.
– Please email SQuadrupled@gmail.com to express interest!