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The following scholarships are available for the 2014-15 academic year.

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Huzzah! Spring Break is almost here—which means we’re getting ready for Block 4! SLI Sessions have already been posted, so you can get back on that leadership development groove as soon as you get back. Make sure to check out OrgSync for sessions to sign up for, and remember, RVSP at least 48 hours in advance so you can get your credit. Here are some fantastic events coming up the week we get back:

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Enter the Spring 2014 Business Plan Competition for a chance to compete for $37,000 in prize money! 

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Alternate package pickup for Tues 3/11 – Fri 3/14
(Mail Services, along with all of Ithaca College, is closed on Mon, 3/10)

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Are you a dedicated student leader at Ithaca College? Do you spend your free time at meetings for student organizations or volunteering in the community?

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The Fred Kastenbaum PreHealth Award is to be used for assistance with preparation for the required standardized exams associated with admittance to graduate health programs such as: MCAT, DAT,  OAT, GRE

  • A $500 award will be granted this semester.
  • Get full details here.

This award is available through the Premedical Sciences Advisory Committee.

ATTENTION, SENIORS!

Interested in teaching as a career?
Interested in spending another year at IC?

Apply to IC's graduate programs in teacher education:

*M.S. in Childhood Education -- become an elementary teacher of grades 1-6

*M.A.T. in Adolescence Education -- become a teacher of biology, chemistry, English, French, mathematics, physics, social studies, or Spanish

Join an intensive, 13-month program that will prepare you to be in your own classroom by September 2015.

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Do you play a string instrument and want to perform in an orchestra?  

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ATTENTION SENIORS!

Interested in teaching as a career?

Apply to IC's graduate programs in teacher education:

*M.S. in Childhood Education -- become an elementary teacher of grades 1-6

*M.A.T. in Adolescence Education -- become a teacher of biology, chemistry, English, French, mathematics, physics, social studies, or Spanish

Join an intensive, 13-month program that will prepare you to be in your own classroom by September 2015.

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Special Topics in Sports Journalism will be offered online during Winter session.  We will concentrate on game-story reporting, reviewing, column writing and announcing, plus current issues relevant to sports journalists. All are welcome.

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This weekend The Studio invites you to participate in an exciting adventure in Transmedia making.  

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The Campus Center & Event Services Office is now accepting applications for the following 3 student positions:   Business Coordinator, Operations Staff, and Event & Marketing Coordinator.

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Mark your calendar now for the 2013 Distinguished Speaker in the Humanities lecture! Stephen Greenblatt, Cogan University Professor of the Humanities at Harvard University and renowned author and Pulitzer Prize winner, will deliver a lecture entitled "The Humanities and the Toleration of Intolerable Ideas."

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“The Right Law School for You” is the third and last of three evening workshops for those with an interest in the study and practice of Law

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“The Right Law School for You” is the third and last of three evening workshops for those with an interest in the study and practice of Law.

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“The LSAT and the Admissions Process” is the second of three evening workshops for those with an interest in the study and practice of Law.

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“The LSAT and the Admissions Process” is the second of three evening workshops for those with an interest in the study and practice of Law.

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Have you ever heard this phrase or found it offensive?  How do you engage in a diverse community? What does diversity even mean?

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“Careers in Law” is the first of three evening workshops for those with an interest in the study and practice of Law.

This session will cover the types of positions lawyers hold and skills successful lawyers hold. It will explore the various types of entities that employ lawyers, what lawyers actually do, and what types of skills lawyers put to use in their positions. There will be an opportunity for students to meet and interact with attorneys in different types of positions and organizations. 

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Have experience in creating videos?  Be a cinematographer for the Department of Physics!

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