Be among the most diverse, remarkable leaders of your generation. By joining Teach For America, you will become part of a powerful network of changemakers shaping the political, economic, and social future of our country. As a corps member, you’ll leverage your unique talents to grow your impact while living your most deeply held values.
This year, nearly 7,000 corps members teach in 53 regions across the country, while more than 50,000 TFA alumni lead across sectors in pursuit of expanded opportunity for all students.
Where will you lead? Apply to the 2018 corps today.
NEXT Application Deadline: Friday, December 1, 2017
To learn more, visit www.teachforamerica.org.
All majors accepted. Full salary and benefits. 50,000+ alumni network.
Researchers at Seattle Children’s want to learn about how kids and their families consume and make choices about shopping for foods and beverages. Check out the flyer below for more information!
Fred Hutch is recruiting healthy adults, ages 18-50, to participate in a study about eating frequency and its impact on health and appetite. Learn more below:
Making Connections is a college readiness program for local high school girls that primarily targets first generation students and students from low-income or disadvantaged backgrounds. We work with students from freshman to senior year by providing tutoring, mentoring, career exploration workshops, and assistance through the college application process. The program has a strong focus on STEM careers, and we encourage students to pursue science, technology, engineering, and math. Women of color are dramatically underrepresented in STEM fields, and we hope to combat this by providing supportive and informational programming and guidance in STEM career exploration.
Our mentoring program matches our high school students with people who have been through high school and the college admissions process to provide support and guidance. We seek mentors who will…
- dedicate 4-6 hours a month toward building a relationship with their mentee
- offer support, advice, and guidance to their mentee while they explore higher education, apply for college, and gain knowledge about the STEM fields,
- support and motivate their mentee towards success in achieving their aspirations.
- attend a mandatory mentor orientation and training
- attend mentor-mentee socials with your mentee as well as other Making Connections workshops and activities
- provide monthly updates to program staff
Here is a link to the mentoring application:
For more information, please contact Hannah Laub, STEM Enrichment Coordinator for Making Connections, at email@example.com
Interested in building relationships with middle or high school students? Does STEM education sound exciting to you?
Then join this STEM Team-teaching adventure ! !
When: March 18th – 23rd; Application due Nov 3rd
Planning to score a sweet internship for Summer of 2018? Check out these STEM Research Programs at UW!
The University of Washington offers a number of summer undergraduate research opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Consider spending a summer engaging in an exciting research opportunity in Seattle!
Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Exceptional Research Opportunities Program (EXROP) (Affiliated with UW):
Inverse Problems REU:
Scan Design Foundation Innovations in Pain Research Summer Program (UW Students):
Pharmacological Sciences Summer Diversity Program:
Research Experiences for Undergraduates at Friday Harbor Labs – Integrative Biology and Ecology of Marine Organisms:
WA NASA Space Grant Consortium Summer Undergraduate Research Program (UW
Students & WA Consortium members):
Stipends for Training Aspiring Researchers (STAR):
Summer Marine Science Internships to Encourage Diversity in the Marine Sciences:
UW GenOM Project:
UW REU Program in Physics:
For a complete listing and links, visit:
Looking to get involved in your local community?
The application to join the Legislative Steering Committee is now live! If you’re interested in advocating for policy that pertains to students and the school, please apply HERE. The deadline is next Wednesday.
This committee will be responsible for setting this year’s legislative agenda for the ASUW. The legislative agenda is the guiding document for OGR lobbying priorities in Olympia and the ASUW as a whole. Committee members will help to revise last year’s agenda and decide what issues we would like to include in this year’s agenda. Students will have to be available to meet from 5 PM to 6 PM on Mondays during October and Early November.
If you have any questions or concerns, contact the Office of Government Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org