Wednesday, February 5, 2014

2014, Week 5, Winter Q

Summer Internship Opportunity

Position: Summer Welcome Week Intern at Loyola University Chicago

This is a part time position from May 1st - August 31st. 

Some of the responsibilities of this position would include the planning, execution,  and evaluation of Loyola University Chicago's Welcome Week program alongside the professional staff members of the Department of Student Activities and Greek Affairs (SAGA)

Click here for the full position details. 

For addition questions and to apply send a resume and cover letter to Joshua Metayer at They are hoping have an intern selected by the end of February! 

Careers on Purpose: Taking Control of your Success 

WhenSunday, February 9th 
Where: Lincoln Park Student Center, Room 324
Guest Speaker: Rena McDaniel, Director of Outreach and Operations, IntraSpectrum Counseling

You have the counseling skills. You are smart, capable, and ready to go. Now what? How do you get the job after you graduate? How do you set yourself up for success while in school?

Learn how to break past your internal barriers, build the foundation for success while you are in school, and gain concrete networking skills in an interactive environment. Begin a journey through the skills and attitudes that your program might not have taught you and walk away empowered to create your own path.

College of Education Winter Forum 
School Funding Reform: Closing the "Opportunity Gap"

When: Tuesday, February 11th
Time: 5:30-7:30 pm
Where: DePaul Student Center, Room 314

Ralph Martire, the Director of the Center for Tax and Budget Accountability, a well-known and respected state and national policy expert will present a critical analysis of the state of public school funding in Chicago and Illinois.  

In an era of  budget cuts, teacher layoffs, the erosion of programs and services for children, and increasing inequity in resources, the forum will offer students a deeper understanding of the challenges and possibilities of providing a well-resourced quality education for all children.

A recent report:  Is School Funding Fair?  can be found at:  

For more information about this event click here to view the flyer

Career Week 2014: February 9-15

DePaul’s Career Week offers a series of networking events, workshops and career-building opportunities for professional development needs. Topics covered include:

  • Changing careers
  • Expanding your professional network
  • Gaining a competitive edge in your job search
  • Resume reviews, LinkedIn critiques and practice interviews
  • Social media and your job search
  • And much more!
Some highlights include:

 Spirituality and Your Job Search
DePaul Center, 1 E Jackson Blvd, 11th floor, Room 11013, Loop Campus - 2/12/2014 - 9:45 am

Relaxation Session: De-stress to Refresh in Your Job Search
Performance Area, Concourse (Basement) of DePaul Center 1 E Jackson Blvd - 2/12/2014 - 3:45 pm

Yoga & Meditation for the Mind
1st Floor Chapel, Lewis Building, 25 E Jackson Blvd - 2/13/2014 - 4:30 pm

Networking through Volunteering: Day of Service at Marillac
Marillac Social Center, 212 S Francisco Ave, Chicago, IL 60612 - 2/15/2014 - 9:00 am

Career Week events are open to current DePaul adult and graduate students, including CPE students, and alumni. Events take place at the Loop and Lincoln Park campuses, as well as via webinar and teleconference. For more information visit the Career Week website. Register today, while space is still available!