Work for AmeriCorps and Habitat
Barrow County Habitat for Humanity is looking for 2 AmeriCorps members to join their team:
Read more about these positions and apply on DAWGlink!
Teach at an Independent School
Southern Teachers still has over 900 teaching jobs available at private/independent K-12 schools around the South for the 2016-17 school year.
Independent schools can offer a wonderful teaching environment: smaller class size, 100% college-bound students, fewer discipline issues, and an emphasis on learning, rather than test preparation.
And it’s exceptionally important to understand that teacher certification is not necessarily required in independent schools. Therefore, a science major can be hired to teach science, a Spanish major to teach Spanish, etc.
You may read more about Southern Teachers and our services here. Interested candidates should apply via our website.
Director of College Recruitment
Project YES! is a national internship program engaging college students in service to meet the needs of military families. Specifically, Project YES! expands the resources of the Yellow Ribbon Program (YRP) and other youth and teenoriented programs. Project YES! interns are provided first-class youth development educational and facilitation skills. In turn, they travel the nation delivering youth programs to a variety of YRP and other family programs. Project YES! also serves as a career development program. Full year staff interns are provided dedicated mentors who assist in the exploration and development of their career goals and in the completion of a career broadening learning project.
Applications Now Being Accepted
Project YES! is accepting applications for the 2016-2017 cohort until Friday, July 1, 2016. More information and application guidelines can be found here. Specific questions may be referred to J.C. Johnson.
The U.S. Army is still seeking qualified students who are interested in a four-year scholarship to medical school. Every year, the Army selects over 400 individuals to receive a scholarship to attend the medical school of their choice and become an Army Officer. This scholarship offers full tuition, monthly stipend, and equipment/book reimbursement.
Your scholarship payback when out of training is one year of service for each year of medical school. You will also receive the opportunity to partake in clinical training at a variety of cutting edge Army medical centers, including but are not limited to Walter Reed Bethesda (The President's hospital) as well as Tripler Army Medical Center in beautiful Oahu, Hawaii.
If you have been accepted to medical school and would like more information on the opportunities provided by the Health Professions Scholarship, please give me a call, email, or text.
Staff Sergeant Daniel Nichols
AMEDD Healthcare Recruiter
Saturday @ the Rock: Beekeeping Basics
Saturday, June 18, 9:30 a.m.
Saturday @ the Rock is an environmental education program at Rock Eagle. It is open to participants of all ages. Each scheduled Saturday they host a program on a different topic of interest.
With a variety of uses, honey has been harvested for centuries. Beekeeping is still practiced today using traditional methods mixed with modernized tools. On Saturday, June 18, join expert Keith Fielder as he shares tips and tricks on how to start your own backyard colony while a kid friendly, junior beekeeper class explores the wonderful world of bees and pollinators. Cost is $5.
Check out the FACS Events page for a complete listing of everything going on this month.
Finding the light in situations where the resources are limited.
A story about how my first OR experience changed the trajectory of my future
How I was able to see myself in the hospital setting.
How coming all the way to Ghana showed me where my passion is
Learning about the reality of HIV treatment in Ghana.