Check out what is happening in the world of LSSA and around campus!
1. La Follette Seminar Series: Finding an Internship in Washington DC (Tuesday)
2. Public Service Fair (Tuesday)
3. Business Card Order Deadline (Wednesday)
4. Career and Internship Fair (Thursday)
5. Careers & Internships in Federal Government Agencies: How to Find & Apply (Friday)
6. New Glarus Brewery Tour (Sunday)
1. La Follette Seminar Series: Finding an Internship in Washington DC
Tuesday, September 24, 12:00 to 1:00, 6201 Microbial Sciences
Come hear from David Nelson, Career and Internship Coordinator in the Political Science, Sociology and International Studies as he discusses strategies to land your dream internship in D.C.!
As a career and internship coordinator for Social Sciences, David Nelson counsels students in several majors, including Political Science, International Studies and Sociology. He also teaches courses related to career development and the linkages between academic and professional skills.
Before returning to university life, David served as a lobbyist, fundraiser, program manager, and trainer for organizations such as the Alliance for Children and Families, Bristol Myers Squibb, and Mental Health America. He holds a PhD in Political Science from UW Madison and an MPP from Georgetown University.
2. Public Service Fair
Tuesday, September 24, 11:00 to 2:00, Varsity Hall in Union South
The Public Service Fair is an annual event hosting over 70 local non-profit agencies and attracting many service-oriented UW-Madison students. Agencies showcase their volunteer, advocacy, and service-learning opportunities, while students can find service opportunities that match their interests, major, and career goals.
3. Remember to get your business card orders in by Wednesday:
This is just a friendly reminder for those of you interested in ordering business cards to please get your order forms/payment in to Maria Toniolo’s mailbox in the La Follette house by September 25th. You can also email the forms or any questions you may have to her at email@example.com
First year students, the forms should have been included in your orientation packets but if you need a replacement copy it is attached to this email. Continuing students who missed out on this opportunity last year can also place an order!
4. Career and Internship Fair
Thursday, September 26, Kohl Center
All UW-Madison students and alumni are welcome to attend this free event. This fair offers students the wonderful opportunity to connect with approximately 750 representatives from over 250 organizations who are eager to talk about their full-time and internship positions, as well as offer students a chance to research careers and network. See the list of attending employers here: https://bus-wisc-csm.symplicity.com/events/students.php?mode=list&cf=FCIF2013 The Kohl Center. 4 p.m. Information: 263-5055, firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Careers & Internships in Federal Government Agencies: How to Find & Apply
Friday, September 27, 1:30 to 2:30, 1305 Linden Drive, Room 120, Middleton Building
Want a job where your work benefits your country, your community and the world at large? The federal government might just be the employer for you! The government’s broad mission means there are jobs in every field from architects to zoologists and for every degree level from Associates to Ph.D. To fulfill that mission, federal agencies regularly hire a wide variety of talented and dedicated people from interns to entry level employees and beyond. Information: 262-3921, email@example.com
6. New Glarus Brewery Tour
Sunday, September 29, 12:00 to 4:00, RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/410099312425078/
From Social Coordinator Steph Mabrey:
I hope everyone is surviving their first few weeks of classes!!! If not, I think I know what will help…our SEPTEMBER SOCIAL will be a trip to the NEW GLARUS BREWERY on Sunday, September 29 at 12 pm!
Who? You. Duh.
What? A self guided brewery tour and beer tasting!
When? We will leave the LaFollette House at 12 pm and plan on heading back by 4 pm at the latest!
Where? New Glarus Brewery in New Glarus, WI (We’ll arrange carpools so that we have set designated drivers, so just plan to meet at the house at noon!)
Why? There’s no Packer game that Sunday so you have nothing to do!!!
How much? The self-guided tours are free so all you pay for is what you want to drink (http://www.newglarusbrewing.com/index.cfm/tour). I also ask that you tip your designated driver to help them pay for gas, as it is about a 45 minute drive!