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Friday, October 11, 2019
Issue 378

Table of Contents
Research Experience for Undergrads Workshop: Oct. 28 @4pm - Henkel 105 
RealWorld: Adulthood, Simplified 
Shenandoah University Child Care Center: Substitute Position 
GEL/Internship in Barcelona: June 6-15, 2020
Wolf Trap: Spring 2020 Internship
Ask a Pharmacy Alum: David Merola '18

 
Research Experience for Undergrads Worksop 
Oct. 28 @4pm - Henkel 105 
 

 
The College of Arts and Sciences and School of Nursing will be hosting a Research Experience for Undergrads (REU) Workshop on Monday, October 28 from 4:00-5:00pm in Henkel 105 (Hester Auditorium).  

Students will have hands-on assistance from faculty and Career Services to find entry-level, paid research opportunities locally, nationally, and abroad. Join us for this interactive workshop to lean about the importance of research experience for students of all majors when applying to graduate schools and jobs after graduations. Through the National Science Foundation
job board, the opportunities are limitless with diverse studies at universities and government entities such as the University of South Florida and the Center for Disease Control.   

Areas of research include:
  • Astronomical and biological sciences 
  • Chemistry 
  • Department of Defense 
  • Earth Sciences 
  • Education and Human Resources 
  • Engineering 
  • Mathematical Sciences
  • Ocean Sciences
  • Physics 
  • Polar Programs 
  • Social, behavioral and economic sciences and more! 
Free refreshments will be provided!  For more information, email Danna Sharp
Upcoming Events

Virginia Psychological Science and Human Services Graduate School Fair
Thursday, October 17
Bridgewater University - 
Free transportation provided
3:00 - 6:00 pm


Nursing Career Fair
Monday, October 21
Ferrari Room
Brandt Student Center
1:00 - 3:00 pm

Mutual of Omaha  
Wednesday, October 23
Halpin-Harrison Hall 

Info Table 10:00 am - 12:00 pm 
Interviews 1:00 - 3:00 pm 

Rutherford and Johnson Interviews 
Thursday, October 24 
Halpin-Harrison Hall Board Room 
10:00 am - 12:00 pm


Physical Therapy Job Fair
Friday, October 25
Ferrari Room
Brandt Student Center
1:30 - 4:30 pm

Research Experience for Undergrads Workshop
Monday, October 28
Henkel 105 (Hester Auditorium) 
4:00 - 5:00 pm 


Men's Networking Breakfast 
Tuesday, October 29 
Howe Hall Lobby 
7:30 - 9:00 am


FDM Group 
Wednesday, October 30
Halpin-Harrison Hall 
Info Table 10:00 am - 12:00 pm 
Interviews 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Prince William County Police Info Table
Wednesday, October 30
Brandt Student Center
11:00 am - 2:00 pm

DLT Solutions 
Tuesday, November 5
Halpin-Harrison Hall 
Info Table 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Interviews 1:00 - 3:00 pm


Networking Reception with Alumni
Wednesday, November 6
Pazzo Pomodoro Vienna
5:00 - 7:00 pm


Pharmacy Interview Day and Residency Showcase & Roundtable
Friday, November 8
Health Professions Building
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Occupational Therapy Job Fair
Friday, December 13
Health Professions Building
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
RealWorld 
 Adulthood, Simplified 
 
Shenandoah University is thrilled to bring “real world” education to campus in partnership with RealWorld, a platform that helps students and recent graduates transition into life after school. 

RealWorld's motto "adulthood, simplified" is all about providing resources and advice to succeed in life, especially for college students and recent college graduates.  RealWorld provides a comprehensive introduction to some of the more complicated “real world” decisions and experiences, and covers everything from personal finance and health care to signing a lease and filing income taxes.

The five categories of resources that RealWorld provides insight on are finance, health, living, work-related and government-related.  All five categories provide young adults with tools they need to succeed the the real world.  

Log onto
RealWorld to start learning from the Real World Ready courses!  
Students, faculty, and staff will need to create an account with their SU email and a password.  For more information, contact Career Services
Shenandoah University Child Care Center 
Substitute Position 
 
Shenandoah University's Child Care Center is in need of substitutes during the week to assist teachers in the classroom with the children. 

Substitutes must have effective oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills, great thinking skills, ability to focus on multi-tasks, cope with high stress levels, maintain confidentiality, be able to lift at least 50 pounds, have physical dexterity, and have the ability to reach arms above head. Must be willing to receive annually 16 in-service hours, CPR and First Aid certifications, and attend staff meetings.


The Child Care Center needs help especially in the morning hours from 7:00-9:00 or 10:00am and also in afternoons after 2:00pm.  
 
For more information, please contact Julie Tavenner, Director of Child Care. 
GEL/Internship in Barcelona
June 6-15, 2020
 

The GEL Barcelona, Spain trip provides an opportunity for students to experience firsthand business operations in varying international settings.  It can be thought of as a very special "internship/GEL trip."  This project is designed for students to greatly differentiate themselves by putting an international project on their resume along with the experience that comes with it.  

The course includes matching each student with senior corporate executives to work on a specific project of interest to them.  Students will also meet with distinguished professors and visit business organizations and cultural sites.  

The course will look at dynamics of globalization and international diversity allowing students to gain a global perspective on business and economic views, values, and customs.  

For more information, please contact Dave Darsch.  

Wolf Trap
Spring 2020 Internship 
If you're looking to gain experience in Arts Administration, Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts has an internship opportunity for you!  The paid internship will take place during the Spring of 2020 and will be a 12 week program consisting of 21-24 hours per week.  

Student interns will participate in portfolio-building projects allowing them to gain professional experience within the field.  

Spring positions are offered in accounting, box office, communications and marketing, development, education, government affairs, human resource, opera, and production & sound.  

 
Apply today for this incredible internship opportunity! 
Ask a Pharmacy Alum: David Merola '18
 

For David Merola ’18 choosing a school was difficult, as each university he interviewed with seemed to have a lot to offer. However, Merola appreciated the authenticity and candor from the faculty and current students at Shenandoah University during his interview, which ultimately led to his decision to attend.

During his time at Shenandoah, Merola continued to see authenticity from the faculty and staff when he found it challenging to decide which career path was right for him, providing him with formative experiences that gave him a sense of direction. They helped him win a grant from the university to fund his own research project investigating genetic differences in subjects with mental illness. He was also encouraged to apply to a summer internship (and later clinical rotations) at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. “Collectively, the support I received from the faculty enabled me to publish several manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals, present over a half-dozen abstracts at national conferences and gain valuable experience in a variety of clinical practice settings,” said Merola. “Despite not being a major research university, Shenandoah was still able to tailor my education to meet my goal of pursuing an academic career.”

 

Written by Harley Ryan '16
Assistant Director of Alumni Affairs

Have questions for David? 
Email them to 
alums@su.edu.
Make an appointment with Career Services today! 
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