Apply for the Husky Seed Fund!
Undergraduate, graduate and professional students from across the University of Washington tri-campus are encouraged to apply for the Husky Seed Fund, an initiative supported by the Provost’s office. Successful applicants will be awarded up to $5000.
Applications are due on March 30, 2021 by 5 p.m. (PST). Review these tips to help you submit a strong application.
Created by students for students, the fund supports innovative ideas that will enhance the UW student experience. For projects to be considered, they need to be impactful, inclusive, and inventive. A previously funded project which has received statewide recognition is the Husky Cookbook.
We are also proud to support the 2020 winners:
Here is a link to Frequently Asked Questions.
Send any additional questions to the Husky Seed Student Advisory Council: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fuel Medical has positions available in ENT and private practice settings in various states across the country (CA, OR, MT, NV, TZ, NC, VA, NJ, NY, GA, PA ,IL and more!). We even have a few externship positions still available! I encourage you to share my contact information with anyone you know who is looking for a new opportunity.
To stay up to date on our current listings, please follow us on LinkedIn.
Don’t see any positions in your areas of interest? We’re also here to help with networking! Please connect with us.
Christi Hamilton, COPM-C | Human Resources Generalist | Fuel Medical Group
360.949.1093 | f: 360.216.0339
Q-munity is looking for LGBTQ+ students looking to socialize and connect with like-minded individuals on campus! We host a variety of social events and always welcome new members.
On Thursday, February 4th, the club is hosting Q-munity’s Price is Right recruitment event and anyone is welcome to join! We are still a small, up-and-coming RSO and we hope you will join us. Our meeting zoom link can be found at Instagram @uwqmunity in our bio. Feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com with any questions!
Now is a great time to remind students about local scholarship season. There are a lot of local to UW and local to Washington scholarships that are open or opening this month. Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards is offering several sessions to support students from search to statement. Please share these January workshops with your undergraduate students. Thanks so much!
Scholarship strategies for 2nd & 3rd year students
Our number one piece of advice for scholarships is to start early! Get an early start on your scholarship search and application process by finding out what it takes to become a competitive candidate. We’ll talk through what it means to be an active, and engaged student and best to highlight those qualities in an app! We’ll share upcoming opportunities as well as some ideas for the future-including graduate school funding, funding to go abroad and others!
Jan. 28 | 4:00–5:00 p.m. | Join us on Zoom
Showcase your Engagement: CV & Resume Workshop
Use your scholarship resume, CV, or activities sheet to highlight experiences that are meaningful to you, illustrate the steps you are taking to reach your goals, and help a committee to understand how you spend your time.
Jan. 27 | 4:00–5:00 p.m. | Join us on Zoom
Personal statement writing workshop
We’ll share tools, insights and ideas for you to use as you develop your statements for scholarships, summer research or other academic programs. Be ready to participate in a few writing exercises to help get you started.
Jan. 26 | 4:00–5:00 p.m. | Join us on Zoom
Virtual Library Study Room
Sunday, December 13, 4 pm – 8 pm (EST)
Get Zoom link: http://ow.ly/SnGH50CBZ35
Don’t want to study alone? All students are welcome to join the UW Libraries’ virtual study room. We’ll provide motivational tips, a variety of soundtracks to study to, and opportunities for you to meet and chat with other students. Come for the whole time or stop by for a lightning study session. Studying for finals is hard enough– you don’t have to do it alone!
Join us on December 3rd, United Nations’ International Day of Persons with Disabilities, for a virtual seminar, Students with Disabilities: School Violence & Bullying As A Barrier To Education For All, featuring the findings from a UNESCO-commissioned study. Hear perspectives from University of Washington (UW) researchers and students engaged in the study as well as from disability rights advocates working to promote safe and inclusive learning environments for all.
Students with Disabilities: School Violence & Bullying As A Barrier To Education For All
Thursday, December 3, 2020 | 9:00-10:30 AM PST | Online via Zoom
Register for the Webinar
- Welcome: Leela Fernandes, Director, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, UW
- Mohammed Loutfy, Executive Director, Disabled Peoples’ International
- Christophe Cornu, Team Leader, Section of Health and Education, UNESCO
- Julia McGeown, Global Inclusive Education Specialist, Humanity & Inclusion
- Stephen Meyers, Assistant Professor, Law, Societies & Justice Department, Jackson School of International Studies, and Disability Studies Program, UW
- Megan McCloskey, Senior Fellow, Disability Inclusive Development Initiative, UW
- Shixin Huang, Ph.D. Candidate, Jackson School of International Studies
- Maha Khan & Bhuri (Tim) Tiasevanakul, Student fellows in the Disability Inclusive Development Initiative, UW
THANK YOU TO OUR EVENT PARTNERS
The UW Libraries and OWRC are offering several student-focused events this fall to support student connection, wellness, research and library skills.
- Finding Your Balance: Balancing Research, Coursework and Life: join librarians and students for this interactive UW Wellness Week event on Thursday, Nov. 19, 3-4 pm PST.
- Study Break with the Library, Wed, Dec. 2, 6-7 pm PST. Join students and the UW Libraries/OWRC for some fun, interactive (and informative) activities for you to de-stress and meet other students.
- Virtual Library Study Room, Sun, Dec. 13, 4-8 pm PST. Study for finals with other students. We’ll provide study soundtracks, motivational tips, and opportunities to chat with librarians and other students.
Compensation Package Includes:
- Competitive Salary
- Relocation Allowance/Sign-On Bonus
- Comprehensive Benefits Package
Includes Medical, Dental, Vision, and AFLAC
Building Blocks matches up to 3%
- $1,000.00 Yearly Continuing Education Allowance
Other Benefits Include:
- Mentorship program available
- Paid Documentation time
- Clinic Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, no weekends!
- Clinic Closed for all major holidays – you get them as paid holidays
- Short Term Disability policy paid by clinic for all full time employees
- 15 days of paid sick leave
- 15 days of paid personal leave
- Caseload of up to 7-8 clients per day maximum
- 10,000 square foot, fully supplied clinic
- Be a part of a collaborative team:
- Weekly Department Meetings
- Weekly Staff Meetings
- Work closely with OTs, COTAs, PTs, PTAs, SLPs, and SLPAs
Please contact Traci Roon for more information about this opportunity! (907) 374-4911 or firstname.lastname@example.org