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- 2018 Environmental Internship & Career Fair
- Teach English as a Second Language
- UMN Job and Internship Fair
- Special Education M.A. with an Emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis
- Job Fairs and Events
- ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
- “Thank a Teacher” Project
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SAVE THE DATE: UMN JOB AND INTERNSHIP FAIR
University of Minnesota Department of Educational Psychology within the College of Education and Human Development.
What do board certified behavior analysts do? Board certified behavior analysts (BCBAs) work with people with disabilities—such as autism spectrum disorder and developmental disabilities—to recognize and analyze problem behaviors and recommend actions to improve their day-to-day lives.
Why become a board certified behavior analyst? 11.2% of people in Minnesota and 13.1% of people in the United State are living with some kind of disability according to the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development. That’s approximately one in every ten people. The M.A. in special education with an emphasis applied behavior analysis (A.B.A.), prepares graduate students to meet this growing need by becoming a BCBA.
Why applied behavior analysis at the University of Minnesota? We’re looking for psychology and education majors and those interested in applied research who want to make a difference in the world around them, and we’re partial to Gophers. The program is pending Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) board approval and is designed to meet the requirements for national board certification in applied behavior analysis. Graduates will be prepared to sit for the certification exam.
For More Info Contact:
Professor and Associate chair, Department of Educational Psychology<
Rodney S. Wallace Professor for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning
Head, M.A. in special education with an emphasis in applied behavior analysis
University of Minnesota
The Humphrey School of Public Affairs is recruiting new students for the 2018 academic year. Each cohort brings a diversity of experiences and interests all ready to take advantage of a wide variety of course offerings and experiential learning opportunities available here at the University of Minnesota.
Here is some key information:
- This pagewill provide some basic information on the Master of Human Rights.
- The priority deadline is December 15, 2017. Students need to apply by this date to be eligible for University of Minnesota merit based aid.
- Students who apply by January 15, 2018are eligible for some merit based aid.
- The final application deadline is April 1, 2018.
- For information on how to apply please visit this page.
- We have an informational webinar scheduled for October 23from 5:00- 6:00pm. Go here to register.
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org learn more about the program. v
AHS 1101: Orientation to Health Careers
Many employers conduct interviews on campus for full-time and internship positions. Each semester we host local and national organizations of all sizes and sectors. Employers interviewing this fall include: Allstate Insurance, Ameriprise Financial, General Mills, Insight Global, Kohl’s Department Stores, Macy’s Inc., Northwestern Mutual, RSM US, Securian Financial Group, Target Stores & Distribution, Wells Fargo & Company, Willis Towers Watson, and more. Check the ‘Interview on Campus’ section on GoldPASS often as new schedules are added regularly!
For more information, search the ‘Interview On Campus’ section on GoldPASS.
The Center for Educational Innovation is a program that helps students express their gratitude to professors, instructors or TAs who have made a difference in their education.
We call it the “Thank a Teacher” project and it’s easy. Students go to the website, write a note of thanks and we take it from there. Students can say what they like and choose to be anonymous, if they prefer. All notes are reviewed before being printed and sent to instructors.
The Thank a Teacher project is a great way for students to express their gratitude for their instruction, and teachers at the University really appreciate hearing these unsolicited comments. The project has been around since around 1998.
Technical and Professional Writing Club
This could include:
- scholarship essays
- letters of intent/personal statements
- grants and proposals
- journal and news articles
- press releases
- persuasive articles
- or any other informative or non-fictitious writings
Technical and professional writing is on the rise in almost all career paths! Why not find another way to improve this valuable skill?
My name is Shane, and I would like to form a Technical and Professional Writing Club. The hope is that this club would be primarily student organized and run. I have many ideas for the club including guest speakers, peer review sessions, and student workshops, but I can’t do this alone! This club would be open to all majors, and students at any academic level would be welcome.
There would be other benefits to assisting in the organization of this group as well. Besides becoming a better writer, you could also refine your leadership abilities. Defined and exhibited leadership skills are in high demand for many routes a student may pursue during and after college—whether it is grad school, an internship, or your first job. Why not add your experience and knowledge in the formation of this club? Also, it would look great on a resume or CV!
I encourage anyone interested to email me at email@example.com if they would like more information, provide suggestions, or commit to helping form this club!