Current Opening: Food Pantry Student Coordinator
This position is responsible for overseeing the operations of the UW Campus Food Pantry , including but not limited to coordinating and implementing food drives to supply the UW Campus Food Pantry, supervision and coordination of food pantry volunteers, purchasing and restocking of food pantry items, cost and quality control, monthly statistics and reports as required .
Submit a resume and cover letter of interest outlining your qualifications for the role, as well as how your involvement in the UW Food Security program would help to strengthen student engagement with under-served and underprivileged communities. Additionally, craft one innovative program that you would use to promote the Food Pantry in any media of your choosing. Include a short description of how this would be used to generate buzz among our student organizations and communities (hashtags welcome!).
Email your submission to the Kelly ECC HR Manager: email@example.com . Application deadline is Friday, August 5th by 5 pm.
Office of Minority Affairs
The Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) is proud to announce the Public Health Jobs redesign. Our goal for Public Health Jobs is to serve as the recommended search engine for public health job opportunities and to continue to highlight the field of public health.
This class is open to all graduate students. Interested undergrads can submit a waitlist request at http://socialwork.uw.edu/students/registration-information for instructor permission.
SOC W 558 – Gender, Gender Identity & Sexuality
Offered Autumn 2016, Saturdays, 9:00-3:50pm
DATES: OCT 1, OCT 22, NOV 19, DEC 3
Through an anti-oppression lens, this course focuses on social work practice with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender non-conforming, two-spirit, intersexed and queer communities. Emphasis in the course is placed on the self-awareness of one’s own cultural, social, and political context/identities within which such practice occurs, as well as an examination of the diversity and heterogeneity within these communities. Students will enhance micro and macro practice skills regarding identity development, coming-out, and working with LGBTTSIQ youth, elders and families, queer social movements and policy organizing. The course will examine the role of multiple social identities as well as multicultural and multigenerational life span development. The course will deepen the knowledge and skills necessary for self-aware, affirming, empowering, and effective practice furthering movements for collective liberation.
ASPPH will host a free graduate school fair for prospective graduate students of public health on Wednesday, July 13 in Washington, DC from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. The This is Public Health Graduate School Fair is a great opportunity to meet admissions directors from many CEPH-accredited schools and programs of public health at one convenient location: George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, 950 New Hampshire Avenue NW. Admissions officers will be available to talk in person about their admissions requirements, financing options, and application deadlines, as well as to answer any questions you may have about their programs. Register today!