Category Archives: Students

Goal Setting Workshop: Intentions Wheel

Wednesday, February 21 | 3:30pm-4:30pm Location: International Student Center Kimmel Center 7th Floor The second month of 2018 is almost over. Are you staying focused on your goals? Join this workshop to explore how to use an Intentions Wheel to create well-rounded goals in areas including self

Team Rubicon Training Day!

Come join us on Saturday, February 17th, 2018 9am-5pm, Kimmel 7th Floor Team Rubicon Sponsored Happy Hour 5PM-7PM @ The Malt House For an in-person day of training to complete all of the course requirements to deploy on a disaster response operation with Team Rubicon. Breakfast and

Register for MSAHC Conference: March 22-23, 2018 (FREE!)

This event is being presented in cooperation with Childhood USA, the American arm of the World Childhood Foundation founded by H.M. Queen Silvia of Sweden. This conference will provide a forum to advance the conversation about what we as clinicians, policy makers, funders, advocates, and

Black Writers in a Post-Obama World

Join us for a panel discussion hosted by the Brooklyn Historical Society. This panel begs the question, does literature by black writers demand a response to the country’s racism? Especially today, is there an onus on writers of color to shine a spotlight on racial injustice?

Community Leadership + Service Internship Program – Sponsored by The Fund for American Studies, the Institute on Philanthropy & Voluntary Service

Make an impact this summer! LIVE, LEARN, INTERN & SERVE in Washington, DC June 2 – July 27, 2018 This summer you can:   Work with social entrepreneurs to develop community programs. Contribute to operations in a community-based urban food system. Lead enrichment activities for at-risk youth to propel future

Social Worker – New England Fertility Institute

Due to our phenomenal growth and expansion, New England Fertility Institute is looking to expand our egg donation & surrogacy care team. We are currently looking for a Full Time Case Worker/Social Worker to work in our Stamford, CT office. This position is scheduled to

Work Off-Campus with OPT: What You Need to Know

What is OPT? OPT season is officially here! For those of you who don’t know, Optional Practical Training (OPT) is temporary authorization for F-1 students to work off-campus in jobs that are directly related to your major field of study. You have one year of OPT available per academic

9th Annual Student Scholarship Competition, Beck Institute

9th Annual Student Scholarship Competition Every year, Beck Institute holds a scholarship competition for graduate students in the health or mental health fields.  Ten applicants will receive a full-tuition scholarship to the 2018 Student Workshop in Philadelphia and will meet in a private question and answer session with

State Senator Krueger’s Senior Roundtable

A journalist from ProPublica will be talking about his research on age discrimination in the workplace, Ruth Finkelstein, formerly of Columbia’s Center on Aging, now director at the Brookdale Center for Aging, will talk about the benefits of hiring older people, and Amy’s Bread CEO