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With just a few weeks left of the semester, you may be seeking a summer internship or full-time entry-level job. The Strommen Career & Internship Center is here to help YOU!
Check out the Strommen Career & Internship Services Community Moodle – for many resources, including resume reviews, job and internship search tools, registering your internship, scheduling a 1:1 appointment with a career coach, and more.
Handshake has excellent articles that offer tips! One that caught our attention recently is:
Handshake Hacks: A Checklist to Find Your Full Time Job or Internship and Get Hired – https://tinyurl.com/ybnca5hw
The Strommen Career & Internship Team is here to help!
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The Registrar’s office staff are now available to meet in-person at the enrollment center window. You can stop by Monday thru Friday between 10am – 2pm for assistance with registration, transfer, petition and graduation questions. Please make sure you wear a mask and continue to practice social distancing.
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Starting 3/22/2021-4/23/2021 the bookstore will have adjusted hours. The hours are listed below:
Closed Saturday & Sunday
If you need assistance outside are opening hours we can help. Please contact the bookstore and someone will assist you.
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As the Site Director of Augsburg’s CGEE-Mexico I want to thank the entire Augsburg community for sharing your condolences with the family of Augsburg-Mexico employees Moises Rios (50) & Isabel Sánchez (48), a married couple who died of COVID-19 last month. I especially want to thank all of you who made incredibly generous donations to the family through the GoFundMe campaign to support the Rios-Sanchez family, including 11-year-old Sliri (pronounced “Es-leer-y”): https://www.gofundme.com/f/supportriosanchezfamily
This fundraising campaign was organized by Mary Laurel True, who participated in Augsburg’s first semester program in Mexico in 1979, and four other former CGEE-Mexico students who studied here, as well as myself. Our goal is to raise US $20,000 to support the family. 25% of the funds raised will be dedicated to Sliri’s education since there is no longer public high school in Mexico. We want to make sure that Sliri is able to go to high school and college, which was her parents’ dream – that she be the first in the family to graduate and attend college. “Maybe Augsburg,” Isabel used to say with a shy smile. Thank you again for your empathy & generosity, Ann Lutterman-Aguilar
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This article on the practice of Self-Care is from the Amherst H.Wilder Foundation in St. Paul.
Years ago, CWC had the good fortune of having Pahoua Yang join the CWC staff, during the time she was completing her doctorate. Now, Dr. Pahoua Yang is VP of Wilder Community Mental Health & Wellness and she has some important thoughts to share on self-care. Wilder provides critical services to the community and offers outstanding educational workshops, as well.
I hope that spring break has provided some time for you and your self-care.☀
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A new program is being offered this summer by the Pan-Afrikan Center and the Center for Global Education and Experience (CGEE) called Anti-Apartheid and Black Lives Matter: Global Movements for Racial Justice.
The program will be offered May 17 – May 28. Students will be able to receive 2 credits and fulfill the Augsburg Experience requirement OR they can take it only to fulfill the Augsburg Experience. The cost of the program is being supported by scholarships from CGEE, the Pan-Afrikan Center, and Augsburg University; therefore, we are able to offer it at a reduced price.
Program participants will critically analyze the global racial unrest movements of the Southern Africa Anti-Apartheid system, and the racially motivated murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Albertina Shifotoka, Program Director of CGEE Namibia, and Azania Tripp, Director of the Pan-Afrikan Center, will facilitate a 2-week program experience that will introduce students to the understanding of how these movements became historical events and impacted policy and the visibilities on racial inequities that impact the Pan-Afrikan diaspora and all BIPOC communities. The program will be offered from May 17 – May 28, 2021 and the deadline for applying is Thurs, March 25.
Here is the website to learn more information:
If you have any questions email Azania Tripp the Pan-Afrikan Director