Past Events & Workshops:
Past Events & Workshops
Wellbeing Experience Festival & Program, feat. Dessa!
Friday, November 16th, 5:00pm (Festival) & 7:00pm (Program)
On Nov. 16, the Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing will be hosting The Wellbeing Experience at Northrop. This is a great opportunity for students to spend an evening learning about self-care and global/community wellbeing. Many details are below, and I’ve attached a flier, too. The Wellbeing Experience festival is free, and a ticket isn’t required to attend any of the activities there.
The program, featuring rapper/author Dessa and international wellbeing expert Mary Jo Kreitzer, has a low student ticket cost of only $10.
Learn more at z.umn.edu/WellbeingExperience
Disability Justice in Campus-Wide Organizing & Activism
Thursday, November 15, 12:30pm – 2:30pm
Presented by the Critical Disability Studies Collective & The Organization for Graduate & Professional Students with Disabilities, this event will include panelists from the Disabled Studies Cultural Center (DSCC), The Organization for Graduate & Professional Students with Disabilities (OGPSD), the Critical Disability Studies Collective (CDSC), and the Access Assistants from the Disability Resource Center (DRC).
This event is fragrance free and will be ASL-interpreted.
Project PACT MEd and Licensure Funding
Thursday, November 15, 4:00pm – 5:00pm
Are you interested in a teaching license in Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH), Academic and Behavioral Strategist (ABS), or cross collaboration between the two? Learn how you can apply to Project PACT to get the funding you need to support your tuition throughout your graduate program!
American Sign Language interpreters will be provided.
#psych #infosession #ASL
South Korean Military Workshops
Careers in Non-Profit/Social Advocacy:
Alumni-Student Networking Event
Tuesday, October 23rd, 5:45pm – 8:30pm
The University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts Student Board and CLA Alumni Society welcome CLA students, alumni and other professionals for an evening of networking. Professionals pursuing various careers in non-profit organizations or in social advocacy are encouraged to share career advice with current students.
Learn more here.
Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology
Monday, October 22, 4:00pm – 5:30pm
325 Education Sciences Building
With an M.A. in counseling and student personnel services, you’ll be qualified to counsel others throughout their lifespan. Become a school counselor and help students develop academically, personally, socially, and in their careers. Study to be a college and student personnel counselor and work in a higher education setting. Or become a mental health professional and work in a community setting. Whatever you decide, a master’s in CSPP leads to a fulfilling career that allows you to do well by doing good.
Contact: Rachel Brovold, firstname.lastname@example.org
Government & Nonprofit Career Fair
Friday, October 19th, 10am-3pm
Great Hall, Coffman Union
The Career Fair allows Government and Nonprofit agencies to meet with candidates and alumni from the 30 participating Minnesota 4-year colleges and universities and participating regional colleges.
Find more information here.
Considering a Career in Local Government?
Learn more about public sector careers in Hennepin County and the State of Minnesota at the Hennepin-University Partnership’s informational event on October 18th, 2018. The event will be located at Bruininks Hall 114 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm.
This interactive event will include:
- Networking opportunities,
- Panel discussion,
- and application tips!
Learn more and register at z.umn.edu/publicsector
Fall Environmental Justice Symposium
Wednesday, October 17th, 2018, 5:00-9:00pm
Hosted by the undergraduate student group, Voices for Environmental Justice (VEJ) and sponsored by the Institute on the Environment, this unique event will bring students and faculty together with community leaders to discuss the importance of environmental justice as well as how UMN can become a cutting-edge site for EJ scholarship and meaningful community partnerships in the future.
More info here.
CIA Simulations: Analytic Simulation
Wednesday, October 17th, 5:30pm – 7:00pm
110 Tate Hall
Learn more about the Directorate of Analysis by participating in an analytic simulation.
During this casual exercise, you will play the role of a CIA intelligence analyst assigned to a team to investigate a potential emerging problem. It will help you learn how you can apply your background, problem solving, and critical thinking skills to develop objective, meaningful and usable intelligence assessments on national security issues.
CIA Clandestine Operations
You will explore situations from an operational standpoint and learn how make operational decisions in a fluid, ambiguous and consequential environment in support of national security objectives.
Wednesday, October 17, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
The CIA will be hosting informational face-to-face meetings with students October 17 between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm in room 524 (Interview Center) Bruininks Hall.
Sign up for a time slot on GoldPASS. Go to GoldPASS > Jobs > On-Campus Interviews.
Students can either schedule a meeting or simply drop-in without an appointment between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm.
CIA Information & Security Clearance Sessions
Tuesday, October 16th, 1:00pm to 4:00pm
125 Willey Hall
Interested in protecting our nation’s security and countering terrorism, proliferation, cyber threats, illicit finance, narcotics, and foreign corruption? Then join us for an information session from 1:00 – 2:30 PM!
Come learn more about the Central Intelligence Agency, our internship and full-time job opportunities, and the application process. CIA is currently seeking undergraduate and graduate students in all fields of study to fill open internship, co-op, and full-time job opportunities for over 100 occupations.
Every position at the Central Intelligence Agency requires a security clearance. Stay after the info session from 3:00 – 4:00 PM to learn more about security clearance.
This session will be helpful whether you are interested in a position at the CIA or another job that requires a security clearance. CIA officers will walk you through the process and discuss the things that most often prevent people from obtaining a security clearance. Come with your questions!
Applying to Law School
This workshop is open to all U of M students, especially for those who know they’re going to law school and would like guidance about the application process. We’ll discuss application materials and deadlines, as well as how to prepare your application materials so that you’re the best law school applicant you can be. If you are currently in the application process for Fall 2019, or thinking ahead to Fall 2020 admission, this is the place for you.
Justice Talks: Education and Social Justice
Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Education Sciences Building, Room 325
Join us for a student-led discussion on education, teaching, and social justice. Join the conversation in changing the culture of education to value the wealth of cultural diversity that students and educators bring to the classroom. We will create a space to discuss education as a social justice issue and create equity for all students. Be apart of the solution.
-Explore how race and ethnicity impact education, equity, and social justice.
-Discuss education as a social justice issue.
-Address how to support education equity through alternative approaches.
Twin Cities Startup Week Job Market Event
Friday, October 12th, 2018
Carlson School of Management Atrium
1:00-2:30pm – Job Market
Connect with startup, early-stage, and small companies seeking talent to grow their businesses. Informal gathering of Twin Cities startup companies looking to hire students and job seekers in the Twin Cities.
Make connections, get career advice and learn about the needs, opportunities and recruiting practices of leading Minnesota startups.
Upper Midwest Law Fair
Friday, October 12th 10am – 12pm
St. Thomas School of Law, downtown Minneapolis
The UMLF is co-hosted by the three Minnesota law schools and is held at alternating schools each fall. The event was conceived in 2010 with the intent to provide prospective students and pre-law advisors access to Midwestern law school admissions professionals in a law school setting, with informational breakout sessions about the law school application process and opportunities to meet with each law school in attendance. The UMLF is free for all attendees.
#pre-law #criminal justice
The Innocence Project:
Exoneration for Wrongful Convictions
Wednesday, October 10th, 2018
103 West Hall, Hamline University, 1536 Hewitt Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55104
The Innocence Project is a nonprofit legal organization with a mission to exonerate those in the United States who have been wrongfully convicted of crimes and to reform the U.S. justice system to prevent future injustice. There are 2,257 recorded exonerations in the US to date, totaling more than 19,790 years in lost productivity, family and community life, and human dignity.
Julie Jonas, J.D., Legal Director at the Innocence Project of Minnesota, will discuss the investigations and processes, successful exonerations, and current criminal justice issues on Wednesday, October 10, 7:00-8:30 pm at 103 West Hall, Hamline University, 1536 Hewitt Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55104.
This program is free and open to the public; no reservations are necessary. 2 standard CLE credits are available for lawyers.
Sponsor: FBI Minneapolis Citizens Academy Alumni Association. Co-sponsors: Center for Justice and Law at Hamline University and World Without Genocide at Mitchell Hamline School of Law.
More information – worldwithoutgenocide.org/events-and-programs or 651-695-7621.
The event is sponsored by World Without Genocide. WWG promotes education and action to protect innocent people, prevent genocide, prosecute perpetrators, and remember those affected by genocide.
Save the Date!
Wednesday, October 10, 2018 12:00pm to 3:00pm
Coffman Memorial Union
The HCF is both for freshman who are still exploring a variety of health career options, sophomores who are starting to narrow their interests and are looking to develop their student portfolio through meaningful experiences, and upperclassmen who are preparing to apply to a health degree program and want to network with admissions representatives, or secure a new volunteer experience. The primary audience is UMN undergraduate students, but is open to the public. We welcome high school students or other university students from the metro area who may have an interest in attending.
Offered in the fall of each year, the Health Careers Fair showcases:
- All UMN health related degree programs (or certificates, or minors) at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional level
- UMN departments that provide resources and support for pre-health students, i.e. Learning Abroad Center, Center for Community-Engaged Learning, etc.
- UMN pre-health student organizations
- Minneapolis-St. Paul community organizations that provide volunteer, work, internship, or research opportunities for pre-health students
Find out more at: https://www.healthcareers.umn.edu/courses-and-events/health-careers-fair
Information Session on Earning Your Special Education MA with Emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis
Tuesday, October 2, 2018 4:00-5:00pm
325 Education Sciences Building
According to the Minnesota Department of Employment and Academic Development, one in every ten people in the United States is living with some kind of disability.
Learn how you can prepare to meet this growing need by attending an information session on our MA in special education with an emphasis applied behavior analysis (ABA). This new degree will prepare you to become a board certified behavior analyst. You’ll 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 daily lives.
RSVP to the Informational Session here.
10/1/2018 – POST Board Event with UMSA!
Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 10:00am – 3:00pm
DQ Club Room, TCF Bank Stadium
Measuring the Political Arena
When it comes to politics, how important are the facts?
Join us September 24th for Measuring the Political Arena, an event which explores data collection challenges in political science, sociology and related fields. Topics include weaknesses in current automated and human coding methods, new developments in measuring global event data and analyses of social protest and government repression event data.
This is a unique opportunity to hear from a combination of researchers and professionals including:
Google Computational Social Scientist, Alex Hanna
Parus Analytics Research Scientist, Philip Schrodt
University of Texas Professor, Patrick Brandt
University of Tampa Professor, Ryan Welch
University of Delaware Professor, Benjamin Bagozzi
University of Knostanz Professor, Nils Weidmann
Admission for students is free but you must register at our website if you plan to attend.
This interdisciplinary event is a collaboration between the Department of Political Science and the School of Statistics. It is hosted by the Commons for Research in Social Sciences and the Institute for Research on Statistics and its Applications.
International Student Career Fair Prep Workshops
Learn how to prepare for the upcoming college career fairs as an international student!
Register via Goldpass or The Edge. Email Jane, UMN International Career Consultant, if you have any questions or difficulties – email@example.com
Wednesday, September 19th, 2018, 5:00pm
Carlson Family Stage
Through her activism and scholarship over many decades, Angela Davis has been deeply involved in movements for social justice around the world. Her work as an educator – both at the university level and in the larger public sphere – has always emphasized the importance of building communities of struggle for economic, racial, and gender justice.
Please note: this event was previously scheduled to be held at Ted Mann Concert Hall and will now be held at Northrop.