Monthly Archives: September 2015

OPT Workshops

Thinking about staying in US after completing your degree? Then plan to join Clark’s International Student and Scholars Office on following dates and locations to get information about Optional Practical Training (OPT): Wednesday,October 7: 12:00pm-1:30pm (Grace Conference Room) Thursday,October 29: 4:30pm-6:00pm (Jonas Clark Hall 120) Tuesday,November 17: 6:00pm-7:30pm (Sackler Science Center S122) If you have any questions…

Part-time Research Assistant Position

  Prof. Ramón Borges-Méndez CDP/IDCE is looking for a part-time research assistant to work on variety of projects related to local and regional food systems, youth dislocation, economic development in mid-size cities, and other policy related issues. Tasks will include: bibliographic research; manipulation of large data sets; online research; preparations of tables; synthesis of scholarly…

Free therapy services for Clark students

Anxiety? Trouble sleeping? Relationship issues? Trouble adjusting to college? Loss? Procrastination? Anger? Call x 7269 or 508-793-7269 Yes, we ARE currently accepting new clients. Open to all eligible Clark Undergraduate and Graduate Students. Offered by the Psychology Department.

IDCE Career Development Picture Day for students and faculty

We are offering a free photograph session for IDCE students and faculty interested in having a professional head/shoulder photograph. Ideally, this photograph would be used for your LinkedIn profile photo. Please dress professionally. Date: Thursday, September 24 and Friday, September 25 Time: 1:00-3:00 pm, drop-in Location: IDCE House, front porch (rain location: Conference Room B,…

Rape, Aggression, Defense for Women Introduces “Self Defense Classes for Women”, Tuesday September 29th!

R.A.D. (Rape, Aggression, Defense For Women) presents “Self Defense Classes for Women” starting on Tuesday, September 29, 2015 from 6:00-9:00pm. It is a six week course in order to develop and enhance the options of self-defense, so they may become viable considerations to a woman who is attacked. This program consists of both classroom and…

Local Root is Hiring!

Local Root is a  student-run venture committed to providing locally grown, ethically produced food to the Clark community. It not only hopes to make sustainable, healthy food more accessible, but also intends to act as a useful educational tool to inform students, faculty, and staff about the importance of food systems issues.  Want to get involved?…

American Culture Book Club

Kickoff meeting this Friday, September 18, from 2-3pm, room 203 of Carlson Hall.  We’ll discuss the two books selected for fall 2015 and two for spring 2016, as well as construct an agreeable meeting schedule for the fall semester. The American Culture Book Club (ACBC) is a great way for students to immerse in American culture, enhance…

Fall Paid Internship at Solar Flair, MA Clean Energy Internship program

I am pleased to post this paid internship opportunity. The application deadline is 5:00 pm, this FRIDAY, September 18th. Please send your resume and cover letter to: Travis A. Dodge, contact information included below. SolarFlair currently has two opportunities to work with SolarFlair as a Temporary Intern for the Fall of 2015-16 through the Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Program.  The start…