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August 18, 2014

  • Welcome Week

The Institute for Peace and Dialogue (IPD) is hosting an International Summer Academy in Peace-building and Intercultural Dialogue from August 17-27 in Baar, Switzerland.

IPD is an independent, international non-profit and non-religious institute located in Lucerne, Switzerland where it dedicates itself in the promotion of the prevention of conflicts between and within states by strengthening …more

Type: Training Session

Host: Career Center

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After AUGUST 18

The job search process can be intimidating. Fortunately, Career Center and Human Resources staff are available to guide students every step of the way. Come learn where to find a part-time job on or off campus or earn your Federal Work Study award. Also learn more about the application process and how to become a stronger applicant by utilizing Career Center services and resources.

To register, …more

Type: Lecture/Speaker

Host: Career Center

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Acing Your Interview (12/3)
Learn about types of interviews and scenarios you might face, practice answering tough interview questions, and gain other insider tips and tricks for mastering your interview.
To register for this event, log-in to AU CareerWeb.

Type: Lecture/Speaker

Host: Career Center

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Have you been awarded Federal Work Study (FWS)? If so, attend the annual FWS job fair and talk with representatives from more than 30 university offices, local nonprofit organizations, and government agencies. You can even apply on the spot for a part-time student job.
Employers range from AU Athletics and Public Safety to off-campus organizations such as the Kid Power and the National Air and …more

Type: Fair

Host: Career Center

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Have you always wanted to study abroad but assumed you couldn't afford it? Are you an undergraduate (sophomore and above) currently receiving a Pell Grant -- and interested in spending a semester or year in an organized study abroad program? If so, a Gilman Scholarship may be for you. This program promotes non-traditional study abroad destinations, especially those outside of Western Europe and …more

Type: Information Session

Host: Office of Merit Awards

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Learn about the Public Policy & International Affairs Fellowship Program, which is designed to support students from historically underrepresented groups in entering the field of international relations. This fellowship funds an array of opportunities from the junior year of college to beyond the completion of a graduate degree.

Type: Information Session

Host: Office of Merit Awards

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