You may see sidewalk chalk markings around campus promising virtual work opportunities. Please be aware of possible scams if you’re searching for jobs.
Do not respond to suspicious and/or “too good to be true” unsolicited job emails/phone calls/texts, or in this case, chalk advertising.
This advertising is not authorized or affiliated with Augsburg Student Employment in any way. If you’re looking for an on-campus job, you’ll find those legitimate opportunities on Handshake. If you ever have questions, please connect with firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
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Welcome back students! The Gage Center for Student Success is inviting students to stop by the second floor of the Lindell Library. Stop by for a bag of free popcorn, and meet staff from advising, the CLASS Office, and TRIO. Wednesday 8/31 from 2pm-3pm, Thursday 9/1 from 11am-1pm, and Friday 9/2 from 11am-12pm and 1pm-2pm.
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Are you seeking a part-time job? If your answer is yes, the Strommen Center for Meaningful Work is here to support you! Whether you need assistance with searching for part-time jobs, writing your resume, or preparing for an interview, we are here to help. Stop by the Strommen Center (Christensen Center, Suite 100, Across from Einstein’s) for part-time job support.
Resources to Find Part-time Jobs
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Augsburg University Music announces two unique vocal ensemble opportunities open to the Augsburg community.
For students, faculty, and staff:
The Augsburg/Twin Cities Global Harmony Project is open to students, staff, faculty, and community members. Available to students for course credit, this choir assumes no music-reading ability. The core of the curriculum is shared with our community cohort, open to anyone in the greater Metro area within driving distance of a weekly, joint rehearsal. This choir receives direct instruction from culture-bearers sharing their vocal harmony traditions from many continents. Our artist-instructors, teaching via the oral method, have taught us in regional styles from Appalachia, Bosnia, Corsica, Cuba, the Republic of Georgia, Iran, Madagascar, Nigeria, Quebec, Siberia, South Africa, Sweden, Ukraine, and the traditional Black gospel churches of the United States.
For singers with a firm base in music-literacy skills, the Augsburg/Mirandola Chamber Collective course brings students into weekly side-by-side study, rehearsal, and performance collaboration with the professional chamber artists of The Mirandola Ensemble. Students enrolled in this ensemble will also perform the international repertoire at the core of the Augsburg/Twin Cities Global Harmony Project.
Placement hearings will be held August 31–September 2. For details, visit the Music Department website or send questions to Dr. Kristina Boerger: firstname.lastname@example.org
Music at Augsburg
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The office of Undergraduate Research and Graduate Opportunity (URGO) is hiring a full-time Health Professions Specialist to coordinate the prehealth program at Augsburg University.
The Health Professions Specialist will be charged with developing, supporting, and maintaining a high-quality prehealth program as well as advising prehealth students directly. This includes providing support and advice to current students, as well as alumni, who are considering a wide range of health professions and assisting them with finding vocational fit; assisting students with the health professional school application processes, providing information on entrance exams, fee waiver applications, accommodation requests, and interviews; collecting and disseminating information regarding health professions to students, faculty, and staff; collecting and maintaining data regarding students’ acceptances to health-related professional schools; coordinating campus health professions events; and developing relationships with health professions schools and programs to benefit applicants as well as alumni working in health professions to increase shadowing, mentoring and research opportunities for prehealth students.
– A Master’s degree in the liberal arts or sciences is required.
3 to 5 years of experience in healthcare, higher education, or career development coaching is required.
– Knowledge and interest in the writing process; ability to evaluate and coach students’ writing from diverse educational backgrounds and with varied skill sets.
– Knowledge of the health professions.
For a full job description and to apply for this position, please visit the Human Resources website (link below).
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Stay up to date on everything in financial aid and student accounts! The SFS office this summer has joined Instagram to keep you up to date on deadlines, up to date information, and tips and tricks to paying for school. Follow us at @auggiesfs!
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The service window for Student Financial Services and the Registrar’s Office will be open from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Monday – Friday. As always, questions can be sent via email to either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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Students – don’t forget about TutorMe! It is available to Augsburg students 24/7 and offers tutoring in over 300 subjects from qualified tutors. Students are able to use 3 hours a week; 3 one hour sessions or 6 thirty-minute sessions. You can access TutorMe through any of your Moodle classes. At the top left of your screen there is an orange tab to see the side panel of resources. As you scroll down, you will see the “Augsburg Tools” section and underneath is the link to TutorMe. For more information on other tutoring and academic skills options, please click “Tutoring & Academic Skills Information”.
Academic Skills & Tutoring Information
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Welcome back to campus everyone!
We’re excited to announce a new on campus meeting for anyone in recovery (of any form), curious about recovery, or have loved ones who struggle with any form of addiction. Its hosted by StepUp students, but is in no way limited to only StepUp students or people with specifically substance abuse issues. This isn’t tied to AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) or NA (Narcotics Anonymous), its our own format and is completely fluid, we’re open to suggestions of any ways to better the meeting. Our focus is on providing a place to constructively process issues and work on spiritual development, whatever that may look like. It will be every Monday 7-8 in OGC 103, if you have any questions feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop in to the StepUp office, OGC 204. Please join us, we’d love to have you!