WildCare Inc. Animal Care Internship opportunity for 2014

WildCare Inc. is currently accepting animal care internship applications for summer 2014.

Time Commitments:
Summer Internships are from May to August. With 3 days of mandatory training before the start date. The chosen interns must commit to work 30-40 hours per week and be available for a set schedule including holidays, nights and weekends. We try to arrange schedules so that individuals can still attend summer classes or work part-time.

What we are looking for:
• Interns must be able to lift a minimum of 25lbs
• The ability to stand for at least 30 minute intervals
• Be able to read and follow instructions including the willingness to ask questions
• Perform simple calculations and have dependable transportation
• Interns will need to supply proof of current tetanus (within last 7 years)
• This position may not be suitable for individuals who are immune suppressed
Training:
Interns must participate in orientation and complete formal training sessions prior to beginning intern duties and responsibilities. Dates will be provided once you are accepted into the program.

Compensation:
References and letters of recommendation will be provided for those who complete the internship successfully. This internship is unpaid and housing is not provided.

Applicants for Internship:
Applications are currently being accepted. We will continue to accept applications until all positions are full.
For consideration applications must include the following:
• Letter of Intent detailing what you hope to gain from the internship
• Current Resume (not to exceed two pages unless a Curriculum Vitae)
• Two personal references including name, relationship, phone and email

 

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Apply NOW for a summer internship in animal care!

WildCare Inc. in Bloomington is currently accepting animal care internship applications for summer 2014.

Time Commitment:

Summer Internships are from May to August, with 3 days of mandatory training before the start date. The chosen interns must commit to work 30-40 hours per week and be available for a set schedule including holidays, nights and weekends. We try to arrange schedules so that individuals can still attend summer classes or work part-time.

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IU Life Sciences Day Event, The Dr. is in (the Network)- April 4th

The Center for the Business of Life Sciences will be hosting its annual IU Life Sciences Day at Kelley on Friday, April 4th.  

 

We will end the keynote and panel at 12:00 with a special recognition to those students in the Business of Life Sciences Program who have earned their certificate. The event concludes with a networking buffet at 1:00.

You are invited: March 28 – Public Health lecture series

March 28 – “Health Promotion and Provision of Care for and with LGBT Populations in Latin America and the Caribbean: Barriers and Lessons Learned”

Dr. Rafael Mazin Senior Advisor on HIV/STI and Hepatitis at the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) & Regional Office of the World Health Organization for the Americas

Friday, March 28, 2014 11:45 a.m.

School of Public Health-Bloomington  Mobley Auditorium (PH C100)

Sponsored by the Center for Sexual Health Promotion at the Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington and the Leadership Education in Adolescent Health (LEAH) Fellows at the Indiana University School of Medicine.

IU Arts & Sciences Career Services Alumni Mentoring Program

IU Arts & Sciences Career Services is working to create an Alumni Mentoring program. The pilot program is projected to begin mid-April, focused on students within departments related to the sciences. Participation as a mentee is a great opportunity to connect with a professional, and improve your networking skills. We ask the following of our mentees:
• Communication with your mentor a minimum of three times between April and July
o These “meetings” can take place via phone, Skype, Google Hangout etc.
o If interested and possible, you are encouraged to meet in person with your mentee
• Topic areas of discussion with your mentee include:
o Resume advice
o Mock interview practice
o Discussion regarding your field
o Your personal experiences within the field
• Attend an information session/orientation
o Wednesday April 9 at 10am
o Thursday April 10 at 11:30am or 5pm
You will be provided resources to aid in your discussions with your mentor, and are encouraged to contact the office with any questions or concerns. Students will also be asked to attend a short information session/orientation in order to ensure their preparedness for the program. If you are interested in taking advantage of this opportunity to connect with alums, or have any questions, please contact Stephen Amundson (aamundso@indiana.edu, 812-855-1342) from Arts & Sciences Career Services, by April 1, 2014. Thank you for your consideration.

 

INTERVIEWING FOR INTROVERTS

Wednesday, April 9; 6:00 p.m.
Career Development Center, 625 N. Jordan Ave.

Does the idea of interviewing make you nervous? Does meeting strangers and talking about career paths sound exhausting to you? Introverts are those of us who gain energy from within ourselves, rather than through the external environment. Because we tend to be more quietly reflective, it can be daunting to engage in networking and interviewing, 2 activities that are essential to a successful job search. Join some Career Development Center staff for a workshop where we will address these issues and strategize for success!