While you’ve been away all summer or wrapped up in summer classes, we’ve been busy around here! Here are just a few things you may have missed in the halls of Dawson this summer:
My name is Brittany Smith and I am proud to be serving as your new Career Consultant through the UGA Career Center.
I would like to partner with you to create a custom career-ready plan for your four years at UGA.
My job is to help you:
The best way to ensure you are ready for life beyond the Arch is to meet with me early and often!
You can meet with me in several ways:
To schedule an appointment with me, call 706-542-3375.
I can’t wait to work with you!
Brittany Smith, FACS Career Consultant
The Department of Foods and Nutrition is offering the course FDNS 2050, Introduction to Sports Nutrition and Wellness, in Fall 2016. It will meet Tuesday/Thursday, 2:00-3:15 p.m., in 430 Chemistry. The course will be taught by Dr. Jamie Cooper. It is 3 credit hours, has no pre-requisites, and is open to all students. The CRN is 30119.
The course is an introduction to healthy eating, active living, and human performance, with an emphasis on sport nutrition and wellness across the lifespan. Topics will include dietary supplementations for athletes, which foods and fluids are best for optimal athletic performance and daily health, and nutrition practices for building muscle and losing body fat.
The Child Development Lab at McPhaul is looking for substitute teachers! If you have a passion for working with young children, if you want gain experience in child development, if you just love interacting with the little ones and need baby therapy now and again, then we invite you to apply to become a substitute teacher for our classrooms. You will not only build your resume, but also match your book knowledge with real world experience in human development! A substitute position at the CDL is not just for the HDFS student; it is for any student who is interested in working with children in any industry. Therefore, I encourage students from all disciplines to apply.
Applications are available in our front office, but see our website for qualifications. We are located next to Snelling Dining Hall, across the street from the Georgia Center.
Hope to meet you soon!
I am the preschool director of Friendship Preschool, and I am looking for someone to work in our preschool for the next year. No experience is required, but a love of kids is a must. We need someone from 8:30AM-12:30PM, Monday-Friday. The pay will start at $9.50/hour (more if experienced). Students who are available those hours would be ideal. They can contact me directly at the numbers listed below.
Thanks so much!
The Reverend Tara W. Bulger
Friendship Presbyterian Church
8531 Macon Highway
Athens, GA 30606
Little Prodigies Child Development Center is looking for substitute teachers. You must have childcare experience and a clean background check. Please send your resume and availability to director Kathy Ashley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rocky Branch Academy, a childcare center in Oconee County, is seeking qualified Assistant Teachers and Substitutes who have experience working with infants through 12-year old children at a licensed childcare facility. Full-time and part-time positions are available.
Candidates must be dependable, energetic and nurturing. Must have flexibility to either open center at 6:30am and/or close center at 6:30pm. Must be familiar with all Bright from the Start rules and regulations, demonstrate knowledge and ability to lead children in developmentally appropriate curriculum, and be able to establish professional, positive and respectful relationships with children, parents and staff. Must have or be willing to obtain CPR and First Aid Certifications. All applicants must have a clear criminal background check. To apply, please send your resume to director Ashley Wood at email@example.com.
Karri Hobson-Pape, Vice President of UGA Marketing and Communications, is seeking a nanny for her family. She has two middle school-age children, a 4th-grader and a 6th-grader. She would like to find someone who can help them get around to their activities and support them with their homework.
The Athens YMCA Youth Department is currently accepting resumes and cover letters for their Fall 2016 Youth Programs.
Below is a list of programs they will be offering during the fall quarter. If you are interested in applying/interviewing for a coaching position, please email Gina Jackson, Youth and Family Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall 2016 Youth Programs:
Arts and Crafts Projects
Y-Quest: Team Sports
Cross Country-volunteer only. Employees can volunteer for cross country and receive payment for other programs.
Oglethorpe Avenue Elementary School in Athens, GA is seeking afterschool program teachers for Fall 2016. Duties include assisting students grades Pre-K to 5th through lesson planning, ensuring student safety, and creating a fun and interactive learning environment. Hours are 2:30pm-6:00pm Monday-Friday. The pay rate is $8 per hour. For additional information, contact Lyndsay Batchelor at email@example.com.
We are hiring a part-time (non-benefits eligible) Marketing Assistant for the Department of Recreational Sports in the Ramsey Student Center. This position requires an earned bachelor’s degree in Public Relations, Graphic Design, Marketing, or a related field, as well as at least two years of graphic design/PR experience. Primary responsibilities include design work, special event planning, work with student interns, and other administrative/marketing tasks (digital signage, project management, scheduling, etc.).
The StudySoup Fall 2016 Campus Marketing Coordinator position gives students the opportunity to:
To learn more and apply, go to studysoup.com/ca.
Company Name: Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity
Contact Name: Cathy Cochran
Internship Description: Assist in the family services department for low income first time home buyers
Internship Time Period: Fall
Phone Number: 770-477-2367
French Toast with FACS
Thursday, August 11, 9:00-11:00 a.m.
Front of Dawson Hall
The Student Success and Advising Center wishes to welcome all students to Dawson Hall on the first day of fall semester with a treat to help you make it through those morning classes! Whether you are a returning student or a new student just joining us, please stop by the table out front to say hi and grab some goodies on your way in to class.
Check out the FACS Events page for a complete listing of everything going on this week.
For many children throughout northeast Georgia, school is much more than a place to learn; it is also the only reliable source of food in their lives. Consequently, weekends become a time of uncertainty and hunger anxiety. From the time they leave school on Friday afternoons until they return Monday morning, these most vulnerable children may not know when or even if they’ll be able to get a meal.
Believing that this is unacceptable, the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia launched its childhood hunger initiative. Through this, the Food 2 Kids program evolved; a program designed to alleviate hunger on nights and weekends when other food is not available. In January 2008, in partnership with The Junior League of Athens, the program started small, serving approximately 80 students in one county. Today, the program has grown to serve over 1800 children in northeast Georgia.
The program aims to bridge the weekly weekend hunger gap by providing free sacks of child-friendly and child-specific foods that are easy to open, nutritious, and do not require any cooking. The Food 2 Kids program provides approximately six meals and two snacks each weekend that school is in session (40 weeks) to previously identified school children in Banks, Barrow, Clarke, Habersham, Hart, Jackson, Madison, Oglethorpe, Rabun, White, and Stephens counties.
We are asking all FACS faculty, staff, and students to help us show the food bank and our local kids some love! It’s easy! Every month, we will share the food of the month through FACS Connection, the hallway monitors, and a sign outside our door. The next time you are shopping for groceries for yourself, pick up one (or more!) of these items and drop them in the barrel located outside the Student Success and Advising Center in 112 Dawson.
Thank you for your help!
Study Away (international and domestic) scholarships help cover the cost of your trip.
The UGA Student Dietetic Association is an organization run by students majoring in dietetics.
Final Day at Ridge Hospital
10 surgeries, a live birth, and scrubbed into a C-section....what a time
How the last four week transformed me as a person and a student