PEACE CORPS-- FINAL INFORMATION SESSION OF THE SEMESTER!
The IU Peace Corps Campus Representative is looking for skilled workers, professionals, and college graduates to fill positions in the United States Peace Corps. Come find out how you can serve your country and improve the relationships between the United States and the people of other countries!
Thursday, December 6th, 2007
7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
School of Education, Room 1225
Peace Corps needs Volunteers from a variety of backgrounds to fill positions in education, agriculture, the environment, business, health, IT, community services, and other areas. Come and learn how your skills can be put to use helping people overseas in one of over 70 developing countries across the world. Friends and family are welcome to attend.
For more information, please contact Brett Kuhnert at (812) 856-1864 or e-mail at: email@example.com
Brett’s office is located at the IU Career Development Center, 625 North Jordan Avenue; please feel free to stop in and make an appointment to see Brett during his office hours.
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THE WORKFORCE RECRUITMENT PROGRAM FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS with DISABILITIES is coming to the IU CAMPUS this year!
This program is an excellent way for current students and recent graduates to find internships and full-time jobs across the country.
INTERVIEWS AVAILABLE WITH THE WORKFORCE RECRUITMENT PROGRAM
What is the Workforce Recruitment Program?
The Workforce Recruitment Program for College Students with Disabilities (WRP) is a resource to connect public and private sector employers nationwide with students and recent graduates with disabilities who are eager to prove their abilities in the workforce. Employers seek to fill both temporary and permanent positions in a variety of fields.
How Does the Program Work?
The WRP operates on the following timeline:
• In January and February, a recruiter will come to IU to interview students.
• By late March, a database composed of your resume and other information is made available to employers in the public and private sectors.
• Once the data base is released, interested employers make direct contact with you about temporary and permanent job offers. The data base is active for one year.
Join the Career Development Center and Disability Services for Students in our effort to increase career opportunities for students like yourself. Sign up immediately to get an interview slot! Students will be required to attend preparatory sessions on interviewing skills, resume writing, and other helpful topics before their interviews.
Want to sign up?
Contact Laura Barnes Paley in the Career Development Center at firstname.lastname@example.org/812-855-0577, or Elaine Kuhns at email@example.com/812.855.7578.
The WRP is co-sponsored by the Office of Disability Employment Policy and the Department of Defense, with support from other federal agencies.