Dish Promotions is having a writing contest and the winner will be awarded with a $1,000 scholarship.
Applicants must answer in 600 to 1000 words, the following:
Explain what makes watching a sporting event live more valuable than watching it pre-recorded, and why this is different from most other programming.
Additionally, two professional sources are required (Wikipedia does not count as a professional source). Also, all applicants must use perma.cc if they choose to use online sources and use MLA citation style for their work. *Citations will not be included in the word count limit.*
To learn more about this opportunity or to access the application, click HERE.
The CUNY 311 Project is hiring students!
– Answer incoming calls within the 24-hour/7-day/week operation in a professional and courteous manner.
– Maintain customer satisfaction.
– Identify customers’ needs and assist accordingly.
– Enter call data into a computerized tracking system.
– Perform routine clerical work such as copying, filing and faxing as needed.
– Collaborate with DoITT and CUNY Program staff as needed.
**Please visit the Center for Career and Professional Development for possible opportunities of obtaining academic credit using this experience.**
• Currently a student in good standing at a City University of New York college and graduating no sooner than December 2017.
• Undergraduate students, at time of application, must hold a GPA of 2.5 or higher, and maintain enrollment in at least 6 credits while working with CUNY 311.
• Graduate students, at time of application, must hold a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and maintain enrollment in at least 3 credits while working with CUNY 311.
• Be available 18 hours per week for three 6 hour shifts.
• Have strong computer skills and be proficient with Internet.
• Have excellent telephone etiquette and communication skills.
• Be proficient in English and have strong reading and writing skills.
• Only students with strong attendance and punctuality skills should apply.
If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity or to apply, log into your John Jay Careers Online account and look for JOB ID: 24556.
The Gender Justice Advocates Program is designed for John Jay students who are passionate about women’s rights, LGBTQ equality, and creating a hospitable campus culture free of barriers, prejudice and bigotry and interested in event planning, and meeting new people. Advocates learn about local and national gender justice efforts, receive training in social justice organizing, and build bridges between their academic interests and professional ambitions.
The JacksonWhite Criminal Law Bi-Annual Scholarship offers $1,000 to one student each semester. The JacksonWhite firm established this scholarship to aid students in pursuing higher education to help foster these future leaders.
- Currently attend an accredited college or university in the US
- Be full-time students in undergraduate, graduate or law school programs
- Have a minimum GPA of 2.5
- Must submit a essay answering the scholarship essay question
Scholarship Essay Question:
With consideration to the history of the war on drugs, what are the lasting effects we see today, and the possible future impact? Suggest alternative strategies to make the war on drugs more effective.
Send your essay of 1,000 words or less as a PDF file, along with an unofficial transcript to email@example.com. Include “JacksonWhite Scholarship” in the subject line, as well as your name, address, phone number, email address, school name and expected date of graduation in the body of the email.
Deadline: September 30th, 2016.
For more information about the scholarship or your application, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit: http://www.jacksonwhitelaw.com/criminal-defense-law/scholarship/