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Students wanting suggestions on ways to reduce stress in order to better focus on final projects and final exams, check this out:
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COVID-19 is temporarily changing how we can travel, but CGEE remains hopeful that fall 2020 study abroad programs will be able to run–and the programs below still have spots open. You can use your semester financial-aid package and you’ll get a $1,500 CGEE Travel Grant.
Apps due May 1st.
+++ NATION BUILDING AND DECOLONIZING THE MIND IN SOUTHERN AFRICA +++
Learn about historical and present-day challenges in creating national identity and inclusive democracy. The program starts in South Africa and continues to Namibia. Classes in history, political science, religion, and wellness–or even choose an internship as part of your semester. All courses are taught in English. For fall 2020 and Spring 2021: CGEE is providing **FREE AIRFARE** for Auggies.
+++ COMMUNICATION & MEDIA STUDIES: MIGRATION & SOCIAL CHANGE IN MEXICO +++
Develop yourself as a socially conscious media professional equipped for the challenges of modern-day media! Engage with experienced professionals on responsible journalism on critical issues such as (im)migration and the environment. Listen to the stories from those traditionally marginalized by society. No Spanish language proficiency required.
+++ LIBERAL ARTS, LANGUAGE, AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN MEXICO +++
This program immerses you in Mexican culture, includes multiple excursions, and fosters friendships with Mexican students. With many elective course options, you can complete your language requirements, liberal arts requirements, and Augsburg Experience. No Spanish language proficiency required.
In the event that we must cancel fall programs, the decision will be made no later than July 15, 2020, and students will be offered spots on spring 2021 programs.
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Set up a virtual advising appointment: https://go.oncehub.com/StudyAbroadAwayAppointments
Learn more about these programs in Mexico and Southern Africa
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The Wellness Society is offering free downloads of their new “Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook: A Tool to Help You Build Resilience During Tough Times.”
This book is offered in both English and Spanish, and is full of helpful information and links to related resources.
Please download and share!
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The Boris L Henson foundation is offering up to five free teletherapy sessions, on a first come first serve basis, to members of the African American community who are experiencing life changing events due to or related to the COVID 19.
From their website:
“COVID-19 has had a profound and unprecedented impact on all of our daily lives. The COVID-19 Free Virtual Therapy Support campaign was developed to cover the cost for virtual or tele-therapy services by licensed, culturally competent clinicians in our network for up to five (5) sessions. This campaign is exclusive to individuals and families experiencing a life-changing event(s) related to or triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. First come, first serve until all funds are exhausted. Sign up!”
In addition, CWC staff are available to meet directly with all students via phone or Zoom through the last day of final exams, and can help you connect with resources in the community for the summer. Call our main number: 612-330-1707 to set up an appointment. And all Augsburg students will have phone access to licensed mental health counselors 24-7 over summer break by calling our main number and selecting option one.
Boris L Henson Foundation Free Virtual Therapy Campaign
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The Strommen Center is proud to present CareerShift a powerful job search platform that searches online for any open position and allows you to search for them through this one interface. You no longer have to visit a dozen sites for jobs you are interested in, instead you can search all of those sites through CareerShift.
Search, select and store job listings from all job boards and all company job postings.
Get up-to-date contact information, including e-mail addresses, for millions of companies.
Access in-depth information about contacts and companies posting jobs.
Current students and alumni have access to this platform. Staff and faculty can also make accounts to help coach students when in the job search process.
Student and Alumni Login can be found on the Strommen Community Moodle site under Job and Internship Search: https://moodle.augsburg.edu/moodlecommunity/course/view.php?id=1095
Or on Hanshake on the resources page: https://augsburg.joinhandshake.com/schools/486/articles
This platform was purchased through grant dollars by the Strommen Center in response to COVID-19 and the uncertain employment situation.
Strommen Community Moodle Site- CareerShift Log In