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Dear PMPC/ CJS Seniors and Juniors: If you plan to graduate May’14, Summer’14 or Dec’14 please make sure to complete the online “Core Registration” form to request permission to enroll in the core classes during your priority registration. The deadline to submit your online form is October 4, 2013 by 3pm. You will find the form by going to the link below. http://sgpp.arizona.edu/form/spring-2014-pmpccjscore-course-registration-form Thanks! SGPP Advising
If you are graduating this December, you can still apply for degree candidacy, but a $50.00 late candidacy application fee will now be assessed. For detailed instructions on how to initiate your paperwork, please visit our degree check page.
Details about Spring 2014 Priority Registration can be found on the Registrarâ€™s website: http://www.registrar.arizona.edu/schedule2141/rsvp/rsvp.htm The Spring 2014 Schedule of Classes will be available on September 23, 2013. Students will be able to view their Enrollment Appointments in UAccess on September 23rd and will be able to use their shopping carts. Students will be receiving an email this week instructing them to log into UAccess Student on or after September 23rd to view the details of their appointment time(s). Please note that the deadline has already passed for undergraduate students to submit their transcripts in time for transfer credit evaluation before their Enrollment Appointment is assigned. The deadline was September 16, 2013. Enrollment appointments will not be adjusted for class standing changes that occur after September 23, 2013. Questions can be directed to REGfirstname.lastname@example.org
SGPP Students: Mark your calendars for these upcoming events with our peer mentors!
The College of Social & Behavioral Sciences (SBS) is now accepting applications for its SBS Ambassador Program. The program provides undergraduate students with the chance to develop their leadership skills and to establish social and professional connections that last beyond their time at the UA. Through their service to the College, SBS Ambassadors interact with faculty and staff members, the dean, the SBS Advisory Board, SBS alumni, donors, community partners, and with other SBS students. These engagements provide the student with opportunities to hone public speaking and team-building skills and learn how to be an affective mentor. SBS Ambassadors play key roles in recruitment events, information sessions, student social gatherings, community service projects, SBS VIP events, and our SBS speaker series. Ambassadors are expected to commit approximately 25 hours per semester for a minimum of two semesters. Students are required to attend trainings and orientation meetings with college staff, meet with their mentor, and participate in 5 college events and 2 recruitment events each semester. Students who complete their first academic year in the program with a successful evaluation from the program coordinator will have the option to continue as an ambassador their senior year. ELIGIBILITY: SBS Ambassadors are selected through a competitive process based on their high level of academic achievement, their outstanding leadership qualities, and their active engagement on and off campus. To be considered, students must: Be enrolled in a primary major in SBS Have completed at least 6 units of courses offered by departments in SBS Be in junior (60-89 units) or senior (90+ units) standing Demonstrate strong speaking skills Have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major Commit to serve for a minimum of one year APPLICATION: Attached please find the Application form. Applications must be submitted to the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences main office in Douglass Building Room 200 West no later than 5:00pm on Friday, September 27, 2013. Applications must include: an application form; two current letters of recommendation (one must be from an SBS instructor); two personal statements (explained on the application form); a rĂŠsumĂŠ; and their unofficial UA transcripts.
Become an Arizona Ambassador! Hey Wildcats! Are you obsessed with the UA? Do you love to show off your backward walking skills? Have you ever found yourself suddenly singing the fight song? If you answered YES to any of these questions, then apply to become an Arizona Ambassador! The Arizona Ambassador Honorary is a volunteer/service organization on campus and has been around since 1979. Ambassadors provide campus tours to prospective students on a daily basis and participate in numerous on and off campus recruitment events. The organization logs nearly 1000 community service hours a semester. This is a great opportunity to share your unique Wildcat Experience, meet prospective students, improve your public speaking skills, make amazing networks and connections among the campus community, and learn things about the university you NEVER knew! Recruiting new students will open up more opportunities than you can imagine, and you will play a pivotal role in the decision process for a variety of prospective students. Applications are now available at the following locations: - Office of Admissions (Bear Down Gym) - Academic Success and Achievement/Student Transitions - ASUA - Center for Student Involvement and Leadership - African American Student Affairs (MLK Center) - Asian/American Student Affairs - Chicano/Hispano Student Affairs - Native American Student Affairs OR download an application from http://admissions.arizona.edu/ambassadors/apply Be sure you stay updated through our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/ ambassadorselections If you have any questions, please feel free to contact any of the following people: Natalie Jo Horwitz, Selections and Training Chair â€“ email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> Andrew Williams, Selections and Training Chair â€“ email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Master of Planning degree at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy will offer up to five full-tuition diversity fellowships for our 2014 entering class. Students should apply by December 15, 2013 and they should complete the fellowship application to be considered for these diversity fellowships. Our program is among the oldest, most highly ranked, and most innovative planning programs nationally. We will host open houses for interested students on: October 14, 2013 (Los Angeles) November 5, 2013 (New York City) November 6, 2013 (Washington, D.C.) November 20, 2013 (Los Angeles) Students can RSVP to the information sessions here: http:// priceschool.usc.edu/admission/info-sessions/. Please visit our web page, priceschool.usc.edu/mpl. For further questions, contact Sarah Esquivel, Assistant Director of Recruitment and Admission, at email@example.com. * Please see flyer on the following page
Check out our SGPP Internships page for a comprehensive list of internships, instructions on how to enroll, and more!
Students can now apply for the $500 Magellan Scholarship. The deadline for applying is 4 PM on Monday, October 7th. More information and the link to apply is below: http://web.sbs.arizona.edu/college/ node/95
On Campus Interviewing: Resume Submission Deadlines & Information Sessions It is a brand new fall semester and to date we have 96 employers registered for OnCampus Recruiting. Many companies will be attending the UA Fall Career Days and many more will be participating with the recruiting season which starts September 30th to November 15th. Attached is a list of employers with resume submission deadlines and # of resumes submitted for their schedule. Remember, please pay close attention to those schedules that are running light this semester (meaning, students are not submitting their resumes to be considered for an interview). Some employers may cancel their visit due to low resume submission sign up. On the report you will also find the job ID#, job description, full time/internship and the majors/conentrations of what is being targeted. Also attached is a list of upcoming information sessions. Attendance has been low in the past so please make sure you help spread the word and the importance of attending an information session. The employers are eager to meet and speak to the students so let's help get the word out! Students must learn about what it means to "opt in" and about the $5.00 fee for the Wildcat Joblink campus interviewing system to view and/or submit a resume for these positions. We do NOT accept hard copy resumes. ** Upcoming Events** September 24 & 25, 2013 (Tue, Wed) UA Fall Career Days 11am - 4pm, SUMC- Grand Ballroom November 6, 2013 (Wed) UA Graduate School Day 1pm - 4pm, SUMC- Grand Ballroom Jackie Cole - Career Services- Employer Relations www.career.arizona.edu
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