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Find That 1st Nursing JobGet advice on how and when to search for your first nursing position at this workshop, 12:30-1:20 p.m. February 6, Room 10. Register through Handshake.
Text AlertsEmergency notification via text message is the most effective way to stay safe and be prepared in emergency situations or inclement weather. Confirm that your cellphone number is enrolled to receive messages through the Johns Hopkins Emergency Alert System, used when “just in time” messages are required. Sign up for all campuses that you frequent.
The SON Office of Student Affairs and JHU LGBTQ Life present a Safe Zone training, 4-7 p.m. Wednesday, February 6 in Room 140. The session will help you be a better ally for the LGBTQ community. It covers respectful terminology, needs of the LGBTQ community, campus experiences, and inclusion in the classroom. Participants are given a colorful Safe Zone logo in order to visibly demonstrate their support. Dinner served. Please RSVP by Friday, February 1.
Student Employee of the Year
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2019 JHU Student Employee of the Year. All JHU students who are currently employed in a student/part-time position on campus, in any division, are eligible. All nominees receive a commemorative gift and will be invited to take part in the Student Employment Awards Ceremony. The winning student receives a monetary award and other prizes. Nominate your student today. Nomination forms can be found under “Important Dates.” Deadline is Sunday, February 17.
Thank a Hard Hat
From Dean Davidson: "We’ve been experiencing some record-breaking cold weather this week and while most of us are able to work in warm surroundings, there are many who are working outside. I’m specifically referring to our construction team, who work tirelessly on our new building each and every day. To let them know how much we appreciate them working in this frigid weather, we’ve invited them to come inside Friday morning to enjoy coffee, pastries, and some warmth. ... If you happen to pass a construction worker today (or at any time), don’t hesitate to thank them for their good work and helping to build our future regardless of the weather outside."
Career Fair Feedback
Please take a few minutes to share your experience through a brief survey. It will close on February 6.