Fall 2011 Employment Workshops
Oct. 18, 2011
Fall 2011 ISSO Off Campus Employment Workshops
Wednesday, October 19
All Fall 2011 Employment Workshops will cover Curricular Practical Training (CPT, for F1 Visa holders) starting at 3pm, Optional Practical Training (OPT, for F1 Visa holders) from 3:30pm-4:30, and Academic Training (AT, for J1 Visa holders) starting at 4:30pm until 5pm. Workshops will be in the conference room of Kutz 215.
Additionally, there will be a joint session held with the Hiatt Career Center.
JOB/INTERNSHIP TIPS AND STRATEGIES FOR UNDERGRADUATES
Wednesday, October 26 from 3-5pm
More Info: If you are graduating this December or next May and want to look for a job/internship in the U.S., or if you want some preparation tips for finding an internship this summer, we invite you to join Ruth Brigham from the ISSO and Jane Pavese from the Hiatt Career Center for a joint workshop on OPT, CPT, and job searching tips. Ruth will provide information about OPT, CPT and the application process, and Jane will talk about job search strategies, online resources such as finding employers who have sponsored students in the past for H1B work visas, marketing yourself for the U.S. job market, and more! We hope you can join us!
2 - On Campus Events
When: Monday, October 24, 12pm-2pm
Where: Geller Lecture Hall, Hassenfeld Conference Center (Upper Sherman)
Please RSVP at the following link: http://signup.yalespector.com/
Students For Tibet and International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life presents:
The Venerable Palden Gyatso
Tuesday October 25 at 7:00 PM
Rapaporte Treasure Hall, Main LibraryInspirational and internationally acclaimed Tibetan monk and compassionate teacher is making his way into Brandeis University to share a message of forgiveness, awareness, and compassion.
Palden Gyatso spent 33 years in Chinese prison and labor camps, where he was extensively tortured. After his release in 1993, he fled to Dharamsala, (North India) in exile. Since then he has traveled the world speaking against violence and for the cause of human rights in Tibet.
Fall 2011 EXperiential EXpo
Tuesday, October 25, 4-8:30pm
See below or go.brandeis.edu/espo for locations and more info
Brandeis undergraduates present their engaged learning experiences to
the Brandeis community. Hear stories, connect with new ideas, see a
film, discover opportunities and funding sources, and build a wider
network of opportunity through recent undergraduate experiences!
Featuring HSSP interns, 2011 WOW recipients, 2011 JBS participants,
Sorensen Fellows, India Initiative Fellows, EL 94a Practicum students
from SOC 191 Health, Community, and Society, and recently-returned
2011 Study Abroad students!
Posters Available for Viewing 4pm-6:30pm - Levin Ballroom, Usdan Student Center
Mandel G03 | October 25, 7:00-8:30pm
Film will run for approximately 20 minutes and will be followed by a
Partners for ACCESS Fundraiser Gala: "From Uganda with Love"
Saturday, October 22 at 8pm
The Lexington Depot (Lexington Center)
A Brandeis student invites you to this gala, where all proceeds will support the medical clinic and Nurse Training Program at the African Community Center for Social Sustainability in Uganda.
Tickets and donations can be made at: www.partnersforaccess.
For more information, contact Janice Levine at Janice.Levine@gmail.com