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The Georgia Tech Archives (along with the Library) is preparing for a move of some of its collections to an offsite storage facility that will be shared with Emory University. The GT Archives is looking to hire two student assistants to help with the move and have indicated that they have had "consistently excellent student assistants from HTS in the past."

  • Employment will begin as soon as possible, and it will continue until June 27 (it is possible that this term of employment may be extended)
  • Students may work up to 20 hours a week, between the hours of Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm (at least 10-15 hours per week is preferable)
  • Students will be working with original historical materials housed in the Archives, performing tasks such as reboxing materials, barcoding boxes and/or books, creating inventories on spreadsheets, and other duties as assigned
  • Accuracy and attention to detail are important aspects of this position
  • Payment is $10 per hour
Interested students should contact us immediately to get the fullest consideration of their applications. Please ask interested students to contact Christine de Catanzaro via this email (decatanzaro@gatech.edu), or Mandi Johnson, Visual Materials Archivist (mandi.johnson@library.gatech.edu), as soon as possible.

At Accenture, we believe that attracting, retaining and promoting women is critical to the success of our company.

As part of our commitment to supporting women soon joining the workforce, we will be hosting the Accenture Women's Networking Forum, on Friday, April 10 from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. Eastern. Conducted through a live webcast, we will discuss our theme for this year, #ListenLearnLead.

To help build awareness of this event with students, we would appreciate it if you could share information about the webcast on your social media channels. Suggested messages are below and a related image is attached.

  • Facebook: Undergraduates, you are invited to attend the Accenture Women’s Networking Forum, a live webcast on April 10 from 1:00-2:30pm EDT. Accenture women at various stages in their careers will share advice and insights on how to #ListenLearnLead for success. Register now! http://bit.ly/1CyjccK 
  • Twitter: Join #Accenture women on 4/10 for a live webcast to #ListenLearnLead for success @accenture_jobs http://bit.ly/197f9rt 
  • Instagram: Undergraduates, you are invited to attend the @accenturecareers_us Women’s Networking Forum, a live webcast on April 10 from 1:00-2:30pm EDT. Accenture women at various stages in their careers will share advice and insights on how to #ListenLearnLead for success. Register now at accenture.com/womensnetworking
Should you be interested in attending as well, please feel free to register online.


Join student organizers from all over and leaders in the movement for social justice across the Dominican Republic and Haiti for an up-close look at how our global economy and fight for change is woven together!

Apply Here!  

Sign up here to learn more about the program and fundraising strategies! 
Facebook event- stay connected!


  • Listen and learn directly from the personal stories of organizers at the forefront of the fight for social justice on the ground in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. Gain a first-hand understanding of the bigger picture of human rights in the global economy through direct testimony from workers in the factories and fields, from garment-industry to Call Centers to agriculture in the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
  • Share skills with rad student organizers from around the country who have won campaigns! If they can do it, you can do it! Lots of hands-on workshops, role plays, games, discussions, and campaign planning that will jump-start your organizing into the new semester. Build alliances with a network of amazing students from campuses across the country who are fighting for change, just like you!
  • Have a whole lot of pure, simple, fun, with an amazing community of organizers in one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Enjoy the fantastic music and dance scene, the natural beauty, hike, go to the beach, hang out with local families! Bachata, Merengue, Dembow! Cook delicious Dominican food with homestay families in Villa Altagracia!
  • Meet the inspiring leaders of Alta Gracia, the first ever living-wage union-made factory producing college logo apparel. This article in The Nation and this fun video made by United Students Against Sweatshops share the history, or check out this short documentary film from past trip participants. Come see for yourself how more than a decade of student worker solidarity continues to transform the Free Trade Zone and community of Villa Altagracia.
  • Stay connected! Plug in to networks that will drive this movement forward when you get home. Whether sharing ideas and advice to help each other out on calls post-trip or meeting up at regional conferences, we stay involved in the labor justice movement post-trip!
**More details here in the Solidarity Immersion Info Packet!** 

Attention undergraduate students! The Washington Undergraduate Law Review (WULR) at the University of Washington is looking for Winter Quarter 2015 submissions!
WULR is an academic legal journal at the University of Washington that publishes law-related essays, research papers, and other written work by undergraduates. The Law Review is an organization entirely operated by students at the University of Washington. 
Submission to WULR is open to all majors. We value papers on a variety of legal topics, and students are encouraged to submit undergraduate theses or other academic papers 12 pages or longer. Submissions will be selected for publication by WULR’s Executive Editors based upon quality of writing, research, and analysis. All submissions accepted for publication may be edited for length and clarity.

Email articles as a Microsoft Word file (.doc or .docx) in double-spaced, 12 point type. Articles should include a cover page with the following information:

1. Full name
2. Contact information (email, phone)
3. Article title
4. Complete abstract
5. Brief biography
6. College / university

Please submit to wulr@uw.edu.

Please consult our website for more information about submission requirements:http://students.washington.edu/wulr.

*WULR is now also accepting shorter pieces for potential publication online, or in a publication of shorter works. For more information, or to submit shorter papers, please contact wulr@uw.edu.

International Trivia Night

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International Trivia Night

Come test your trivia knowledge at International Trivia Night. Teams will play for great prizes and bragging rights. Light refreshments provided.

When: 6 pm-7 pm
Where: Tech Rec, Student Center 1st floor

Sponsored by Global Jackets, GT International Ambassadors, and iHouse

Internships at The Palestine Center

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Internships at The Palestine Center

The Jerusalem Fund for Education and Community Development offers summer internship positions with its educational program, The Palestine Center, for undergraduate students with full-time availability. The internship program provides students with an opportunity to conduct primary-source research, develop writing and organizational skills, build valuable DC contacts, gain hands-on experience and observe the extensive political and policy-related happenings in the metropolitan DC area. As important members of our team, interns gain valuable exposure to the functions of a highly productive non-profit organization working on issues of national and international significance.

Summer interns coordinate a summer lecture series, conduct in-depth research on a topic related to the Palestine issue and assist with Palestine Center briefings, film screenings and symposia. All interns are encouraged to attend relevant events in the area during their internship and to pursue avenues of research that are of personal interest to them, provided the research relates to the work of the Center. The Palestine Center staff provides guidance on research and logistics, helps to educate interns on the Palestinian issue and advises them as needed on career development. This internship is unpaid.

EXTENDED Deadline to apply for the 2015 Summer Internship: Friday, 10 April 2015

For more information about the internship program or how to apply, please visit: www.thejerusalemfund.org/internships

Take a Headshot with the Reck

Posted by Admin On 3/30/2015 0 comments
Need a professional headshot to use on LinkedIn, Google, or just to frame and give to your parents as a "gift"?

Come out to the Tech Tower lawn on Saturday, April 18 from 11am - 2pm to have your very own professional headshot taken. All you need to bring is your best GT professional self and the Ramblin' Reck Club will take care of the rest.

Photos will be emailed directly to YOU to use in whatever application you'd like. Don't miss this awesome (and FREE) opportunity! Check out the Facebook event here.

Pre-Teaching Information Session 3/31

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Susan Belmonte, the pre-teaching advisor, will be hosting a teaching information session on Tuesday, March 31st from 11.00 AM - 12.00 PM in Clough, room 131. This event is open to all Ivan Allen College students. Thanks to the Dean's office, pizza and drinks will be served. HTS and LMC have hosted this jointly in the past and it has been very informative.

The SGA Student Lobby/Government Relations Committee are hosting a debate between two GA State Senators about the Religious Freedom Restoration Act on April 15th at the Campanile at 6pm. 

Check out the Facebook event here.

Congratulations to Alexis Brankel (HTS, August 2014)! Alexis has accepted a position as an Instructional Assistant at The Museum School in Avondale Estates, GA! Well done, Alexis!

So what is Asian American Awareness Month?

It's a nationally recognized month where we celebrate the history, identity, and heritage of Asian Americans. It's actually in May but because there is no school at that time, we decided to celebrate it now.

Who is we?

We are the Asian American Student Alliance (AASA). We are an umbrella organization under which 12 different Asian affiliated organizations fall such as Chinese Student Alliance, Sig Beta Rho Fraternity, Vietnamese Student Alliance, etc. Asian American Awareness Month is organized by the board of AASA and promoted by the member organizations.

So how do you celebrate?

You celebrate by recognizing the history of Asian Americans. We have come a long way from the Chinese migrant workers that built the rail system of this country or the Filipino laborers who found home in New Orleans. The hard work and risks our parents, grandparents, great grand parents took have brought the current generation of Asian Americans into a whole new era. An era where the American dream is finally within the grasp of average Asian Americans. Our theme for Asian American Awareness Month is thus the 'New American Dream.' One in which Asian Americans can aspire to whatever heights in whatever fields they are most passionate.

We have therefore organized a series events throughout this month with the purpose of appreciating where we are and addressing some the social issues that continue to persist.
Here is the link to our blog for a short description of the events: http://gatechaasa.blogspot.com/

And our webpage if you'd like to learn more about AASA itself: aasa.gatech.edu

GACE Statewide Career Fair 4/7

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Georgia Association of Colleges & Employers (GACE) Statewide Career Fair will be on April 7th, 2015 from 11am to 3pm at the Cobb Galleria!

Additional information can be found through this link: http://www.gace.org/C2C.Students.Alumni

Planned Parenthood Southeast is looking for dedicated, self-motivated, and passionate team players seeking leadership development as interns across Alabama, Georgia, and Mississippi.
Interns will assist public policy staff with grassroots organizing, legislative support, campus outreach, data entry, and other fun and exciting tasks. 

Internships are available in the following locations:
Internships require a commitment of 10-15 hours/week and may offer a stipend.

"Empire, Incorporated" Lecture at GSU

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The Georgia State University history department’s 2015 Dale Somers Memorial Lecture will be delivered by Philip Stern of Duke University, author of The Company-State: Corporate Sovereignty and the Early Modern Foundations of the British Empire in India. The title of his lecture is “Empire, Incorporated.” The talk will take place on Friday April 10, at 2 pm in room 2150 of the History Department (25 Park Place). This event is free and open to the public.

"Marketing Yourself" IAC Twitter Chat

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The Ivan Allen College Presents a Twitter chat for students and alumni on "Marketing Yourself to Employers and Graduate Schools." You ask. Alums answer. Don't miss this opportunity! #IACcareerchat @GTLiberalArts Thursday April 16 at 10AM.

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