Thursday, March 24, 2016

1st Annual Multi-Agency Law Enforcement Diversity Job Fair!

On Saturday, April 9, 2016, 10am-2pm, over 40 different local, state and federal law enforcement agencies will be actively recruiting interested candidates for their respective agencies!  Minorities are strongly urged to attend.  Event location for this diversity job fair: Bright Hope Baptist Church, 1601 North 12th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122, one block from Temple’s main campus (corner of 12th & Cecil B. Moore Avenue)

Over 40 law enforcement agencies, including Temple University Police Department, Philadelphia Police Department, Homeland Security, Drug Enforcement Agency, Pennsylvania State Police, Delaware State Police, and many others will be in attendance eagerly looking for new recruits!  Candidates should come dressed to impress with plenty copies of their updated resumes.

This is a public job fair open to all interested candidates, but minorities and women are especially urged to attend.


 


Wednesday, March 16, 2016

March 22 Workshop: Self-Reflection and Setting Goals

Tuesday, 6:30-7:30 p.m., McCormick Rm. 2303
Recommended for all students

Maybe Yoda has something right! We can either say we are going to try to do it -  or we will. What does that have to do with self-reflection and goals? Reflecting on circumstances and seeing the whole picture, not just your perspective, but all perspectives provides an opportunity to create more specific achievable and identifiable goals for yourself. So if you have been thinking about thinking and attempting to make meaning from it, come join us for this workshop!

Monday, March 7, 2016

"Orange is the New Black" star and BU grad to speak



 


Symposium maps career paths for Liberal Arts grads
A Bloomsburg University alumnus who appears in the popular TV show, “Orange is the New Black,” and the executive director of a digital arts studio will illustrate career opportunities for students with a Liberal Arts background on Thursday, March 17, during “Breaking Ground: Building Careers through the Arts.” The event is the first symposium sponsored by BU’s Center for Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA).

Graphic artist and photographer Mark Heaps, executive director for Houndstooth Studio, Austin, Texas, will present the symposium’s opening keynote address at 9:30 a.m. in Carver Hall, Kenneth S. Gross Auditorium. Houndstooth Studio specializes in creating engaging experiences through digital and analog interactivity. Heaps, formerly director of development for Duarte Inc., has more than 20 years of experience working with clients including Google, Apple and HP.

Actor James McMenamin, a 2001 BU graduate, will present the evening keynote address at 5 p.m. in Carver Hall, K.S. Gross Auditorium. McMenamin, who portrays corrections officer Charlie “Donuts” Coates in “Orange is the New Black,” also appeared on the seventh season of “Nurse Jackie” and in a film currently in post-production, “The Long Home,” with James Franco and Ashton Kutcher. His acting credits include TV”s “The Good Wife,” “Law and Order SVU,” “Person of Interest, “Unforgettable” and the HBO miniseries “Olive Kitteridge.”

Both keynote addresses and the reception to celebrate the opening of the “Breaking Ground” exhibit, beginning at 6 p.m. in the Gallery at Greenly Center, 50 E. Main St., are open to the public free of charge.