Category Archives: Student Opportunities

Diversity Matters camp @ UN-L

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Diversity Matters is an education-focused summer camp occurring on UN-L’s campus from June 10-15 of this year. The camp’s purpose is to support high school sophomores and juniors of color, as well as those from other marginalized communities, who are interested in possible careers in education by giving them hands-on experience working with young students, connecting them with like-minded peers, and through providing them… Read more »

Friday Grab Bag

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Here, for your information gathering pleasure, is an eclectic assortment of news relevant to students from the LSW Counseling Center: Scholarships: For Peter Kiewit Institute enrollees, they have extended the deadline for the scholarship opportunity listed below. Note that students must be accepted into their Architectural Engineering Program to be considered, but other criteria are not necessarily required (due to… Read more »

Free job-getting help from a local non-profit

Next Tuesday, April 17, from 5:30-6:45pm at the Nonprofit Hub, Lead Up** will host a forum called “Apply Yourself”. It will feature three panelists from YMCA, HyVee and Gallup. This forum will focus on finding and successfully securing a first job or summer employment with an emphasis on helping students learn that first jobs are more than just a way to make some money, but rather… Read more »

GoPo Hours Through Bright Lights (for juniors)

A week of work will get you all you need to complete your 20-hour Government & Politics service learning hours. Per the Bright Lights website: Summer is a great time to complete volunteer hours for GOPO, service hours for the parochial schools, or other service project hours. To meet the required 20 hours for GOPO or service hours, assistants must attend the… Read more »

From LSW Student Council…

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Hello! Student Council is collecting used prom attire that would be given to LSW students who couldn’t otherwise afford to buy prom clothing. We were wondering if any teacher would be willing to donate old formal attire, such as dresses, sport coats, ties, accessories etc. We appreciate anything you could give. Please bring your donated items to Sarah Hammers in… Read more »