Looking for experience working with high school students from across the UP? Interested in rural health care? The UP Area Health Education Center is hosting its annual NMU Rural Health Careers Camp May 13-15th, 2019. The three day camp will give students an amazing opportunity to see how different health professions operate, as well as the many choices within those professions. They also tour medical facilities to see how each profession has a part in providing excellent quality health care.
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The Career Services office has a great tool for posting jobs/internships, signing up for job fairs, and much more! Handshake is our all-in-one web system for students, faculty, staff, employers, and alumni. We currently have over 7,700 employers in Handshake and that’s steadily growing! On average, our office approves 30 new employers (from all over the world) and 100 jobs (full-time, part-time, summer jobs and internships) into Handshake each day!
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Northern Michigan University will bring back its one-credit RAD self-defense course for women in the fall. The goal of the RAD approach is to reduce victimization through informed decision-making choices and sensible action. It is a practical blend of threat-avoidance strategies and real-world assault resistance tactics.
Students can select one of two half-semester sessions. Each meets from 6-9:20 p.m. Mondays. No experience is required. The course will end with a simulation in which NMU police will act as perpetrators and women can apply the skills learned in the class.
“It's really about empowering women and letting them know they are capable of defending themselves,” said Jesse Wernholm of the NMU Police Department, one of the program instructors. “We want to make them aware of their surroundings—what to look for and what to avoid. And we teach them if they do get into a situation, there are different physical defensive techniques they can apply.”
Alpha Gamma Delta is selling $1 donuts on Tuesday (Jamrich Ticket Booth) and Wednesday (Lydia Olson Library near circulation desk) from 10AM-1PM to raise money to fight hunger! Proceeds go to benefit the Fraternity's philanthropy that is partnered with Feeding America as well as Meals on Wheels.