The office of Career Services and Civic Engagement is a place to visit if you are interested in internship opportunities. We just received notice of a paid internship through the National Park Service. The internship seeks a graduate level student or recent graduate with a degree or coursework related to history or museum studies to work with the Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area doing research, documentation, curation, and more. Find out more at nps.gov/heritageareas or at sdcnha.org
For information on this or other internships, visit our Jobs/Internship Board and offices on the first floor of Nielsen Library, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The SUB office is hiring building managers. Please stop by SUB office 321 for an application and job description. Must be able to work evenings and some weekends.
The Loft and Co-Curricular Recreation and Engagement (CoRE) Center are hiring students for a dual work-study position! This role within Campus Life includes working in both The Loft, a game and entertainment space, as well as serving as a staff member within the Co-Curricular Recreation and Engagement (CoRE) Center, formerly known as the Student Life Center. This position is expected to work a total of 6-8 hours a week and only for students eligible for full-time work study. Students in this role are not able to hold split positions; if you are hired for this role, you will not hold roles in other work study capacities across campus.
Information about the position and application process can be found at docs.google.com/document/d/1MoCf6yRpRIMDjHyQcNJycmFOpJ3SWTpVl4cMQU5E95E/edit?usp=sharing
Questions can be addressed to Ryan Jewe at email@example.com.
Computing Services has openings for Help Desk Assistants! Must be skilled in customer service as well as effective business and interpersonal communication and be reliable. Duties include answering the telephone and assisting walk-in customers, responding to emails from students, faculty, and staff. Assist students to activate their account or reset passwords. Entering work tickets when necessary. Perform other duties as assigned. Knowledge of MS Office and Google Apps is required. Must be able to multitask and work in a team environment. Must have Work Study through Financial Aid. If interested in working in Computing Services, please email Patti firstname.lastname@example.org for an application or stop by Computing Services. Welcome to Adams State !
Women’s Studies is offering online courses this fall! If you are looking to earn credits off campus during the fall term, online classes in Women’s Studies are offering courses to fit into your schedule!
Contact Nancy Provolt at email@example.com with questions.
The fall semester is right around the corner, and it’s time to perform our annual Blackboard maintenance.
The upgrade will begin on Friday, August 10th at 10:30 pm MDT and should be complete by August 11th at 10:30 am MDT. During this maintenance time we will be upgrading to a newer release of Blackboard which will include fixes and new and improved features. We’re excited about new features that have been added to this version of Blackboard, to review the new features please see our Q4 2017 Features and Enhancements document(Linked Bellow).
Feel free to contact AITC with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 719-587-7371.
Are you in need of an upper divisional credit? Are you interested in art, creativity, history, and/or theatre? A theatre design course might be right for you!
THTR333: Creative Scenic Design (MWF 11-11:50) and THTR 340: Costume Design (MWF 10-10:50) require no prerequisites and are open to anyone who has sophomore standing and above. You don’t need experience or skill in drawing or drafting techniques. Just an interest in the subject matter!
The psychology department is hoping to employ psychology majors in their junior or senior year to help with administrative duties and research tasks. Passion for psychology and the ability to work in a team are desired traits.
If you are interested please send an email to Elaine Wenta email@example.com with a resume.
Looking for 300/400 level courses, or just some cool classes to take? The Communication program announces two fresh course offerings this fall: COMM 379 Horror Film & TV and COMM 430 Diversity in Media! Horror Film & TV will…yes…study horror films! Diversity in Media examines how different groups are represented in the media. COMM 379 Horror Film & TV is Tues/Thurs, 9:30-10:45, CRN 14204, and COMM 430 Diversity in Media is MWF, 1-1:50, CRN 14205. Register today!!
Come join the library team!! Must be mature, reliable, customer service-oriented, have attention to detail, and excellent communication skills. Duties include: Assisting with reference services, working late night shifts, and possibly some day shifts, helping close the library, and troubleshooting technology. Must have Work Study funds. The application process can be started by emailing your resume to Mary Walsh (firstname.lastname@example.org). Thanks!
This fall, ENG 203 Major Themes in Literature, with Dr. Lynnea King, will focus on “The Mystery”. This general education Arts & Humanities course is offered on Tuesday/Thursday from 11:00-12:15 am. The course will focus on literature, film and TV mysteries. Reading includes: Sherlock Holmes, Agatha Christie, Greek mythology, and the hard-boiled detective novel. Register today! The crn is 14081. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Fun, knowledgeable, and effective tutors sought to help ALL students in the ASU Writing Studio. Students who take advantage of writing help tend to have higher GPAs, and you can help. All majors should apply and bring their expertise to the Studio. Applicants must qualify for work study, passed Communication Arts II (ENG 102) with at least a B, and be willing to complete all assigned tasks.
To apply, send the following items either in one email or in one folder to Michelle Le Blanc, MFA, Writing Studio Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or MCD 270.
Your application should include:
• one recent sample of academic writing
• two letters of reference (one which should be from an ASU professor familiar with your writing and your work ethic)
• an unofficial transcript.
Candidates who satisfy these requirements will be invited for an interview. Hours per week may vary from 4 to 8 or more, depending on the applicant’s availability and the Studio’s needs.
Co-Curricular Recreation and Engagement (CoRE) is looking to hire one or two more ASU students who are interested in being a New Student Orientation leader for this year! Interested students must be available to attend all training sessions and all NSO programs. Training begins on Sunday, August 12th. If you are interested, please contact Justin Stoeckle at email@example.com or call 719-587-8191.
ASU Cheer team will be hosting a tryout on August 26th at 5pm anyone who is interested should attend. No experience needed, just a willingness to learn! Scholarships to those who qualify! Please call or text Coach Timothy-Felice at (970) 324-0665 for questions! GO GRIZZLIES
Tickets for the Monte Vista Drive-In are on sale for the final time this week, August 6th thru noon of the 8th at the Core Center. Stop by the front desk anytime between 12 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tickets are on sale for $2 for Wednesday nights’ showings (AS&F ID is required). Drop by, bring a friend, and enjoy a great movie underneath the stars. We assure you’ll have a great time.
This weeks’ showings are: Teen Titans Go! and Mission: Impossible – Fallout.
Box Office should be open at 7:40 PM.