Up to 40hrs per week @ $12.00 per hour. Gain diverse job and important career building experience in the type of jobs you will be working on.
Exposure to job documentation and material procedures for local, state and federal jobs constructed. Assist in survey by use of a total station or survey grade GPS equipment. Gain knowledge of various job construction techniques, such as, bridge construction, street construction and overlay, multi-use bike path and trail, and a Green Technology alternative parking lot and practice field. The use of Bentley Micro- Station CAD and GEO-Pack software used for project design.
If interested please phone 217-431-3456 and ask for Steve Sochotsky or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Chicago Midwest Section
AACE Seminar May 13, 2013
RISK MITIGATION STRATEGIES FOR CONSTRUCTION
IIT CAMPUS, WHEATON, IL
8 am to 4 pm
Registration Fees: AACE, CMAA, ASPE Members $75
Non Members $100 / Students $35
Continental Breakfast & Lunch included.
The Water Survey is hiring 3 Field Research Assistants this summer. The positions are currently posted on the web site:
The 26th annual ASCE National Concrete Canoe Competition is being hosted on campus this summer (June 20-22) and we need CEE student volunteers! We expect 24 teams and over 350 CEE students and faculty from other universities to compete in this year’s competition. Volunteer activities include competition logistics for competing teams, display competition on engineering quad, race day competition at Homer Lake, and engineering and campus tours. You'll be able to help out at one of the largest civil engineering competitions of the year and see concrete canoe entries from some of the top CEE schools in the country.
If you volunteer and don’t have a place to stay, we can offer campus housing free of charge. Click the link below to sign up to volunteer!
Arab American Association for Engineers and Architectures-AAAEA are glad to distribute the attached job and internship positions to undergrad and grad students. Please see the following for more information about these internships, and note: the application period is April 26th-May 10th.
Download Engineering INTERN-JOB POSTING -- Download IT Intern POSTING SHEET -- Download EEO-AA-Ethics Intern POSTING SHEET -- Download Communications Intern POSTING SHEET -- Download Eng Planning INTERN-JOB POSTING -- Download BS Intern POSTING SHEET (2) -- Download IA Intern POSTING SHEET -- Download DSD Intern POSTING SHEET
This summer GREEN is launching a new program in Iceland, the "greenest" country in the World. This program is offered in partnership with Reykjavik University, which provides transferrable academic credit upon completion of the 10-day program.
The GREEN Program enhances your understanding of the Renewable Energy and Sustainability industries by taking you outside of the classroom and into the field. By gaining exclusive access to different Renewable Energy facilities in Costa Rica and Iceland, you will receive the hands-on experience you need to accelerate your career.
The GREEN Program is a short-term experience which combines education, adventure, service learning and cultural immersion. GREEN's post-program benefits allow like-minded students to stay connected through the GREEN Alumni Network, which provides access to hundreds of other passionate students across the world, internship and job opportunities, as well as industry events.
To gain a better understanding of The GREEN Program, visit our website for a sneak peak of the program and to apply.
Spots on each program are limited to 20 students. Applications are approved on a rolling basis, and spots fill on a first-come, first served basis. Submit your application for the program dates below.
Iceland 10-Day SUMMER BREAK Program
August 21st - August 30th (2 programs)
Costa Rica 12-Day SUMMER BREAK Programs
May 15, 22, 29
June 5, 12, 19, 26
July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
August 7, 14, 21, 28
Costa Rica 12-Day WINTER BREAK Programs
December 11th - December 22nd
January 1st - January 12th
January 8th - January 19th
We look forward to traveling with you!
-The GREEN Team
Please see the following press release for more information on scholarships being offered by the Verlon W. Braselton Memorial Foundation: Download CEE Scholarships
Please not: Completed applications need to be recevied by Friday, May 31, 2013 to be considered for the 2013-14 academic year.
DFI Educational Trust Announces At-Large Scholarship Program
For Students Pursuing a Career in Deep Foundations
The Deep Foundations Institute (DFI) Educational Trust (www.dfitrust.org), the charitable arm of DFI, announces a new At-Large Scholarship program for the academic year of 2013-2014.
The DFI Educational Trust will award three $2,000 At-Large Scholarships, which can be used for funding, tuition, fees, books and/or living expenses. Applicants must be enrolled full time in a U.S. college or university; be pursuing a graduate or undergraduate degree in an accredited civil, geotechnical engineering or related deep foundations curriculum; and have a minimum 3.0 GPA.
"DFI recognizes that the future of our industry depends on our ability to encourage and engage promising young engineers to consider careers in the deep foundation construction field," says David Coleman, chair, DFI Educational Trust. "We are proud to add the At-Large Scholarship Program to the several scholarship programs we manage to provide financial support to students interested in pursuing a career in the industry."
The deadline for applications is June 30, 2013. Awards will be announced no later than July 31, 2013.
Applications and eligibility and submission requirements are online at At-Large Scholarship Program - DFI Education Trust.
About the DFI Educational Trust
The Deep Foundations Institute Educational Trust(www.dfitrust.org) is an independent, 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization established in 2006 by the Deep Foundations Institute (DFI) as its charitable arm. The mission of the Trust is to support and encourage individuals in the fields of study related to the deep foundation industry by providing scholarships and opportunities to meet and work with deep foundation industry leaders.
Students who join the mailing list by June 1, 2013 will be entered in a drawing for a free registration!
At the Big Ten+ Graduate School Expo October 20 & 21, 2013, students will:
This two day mini-conference is especially designed for students interested in graduate education in:
The Big Ten+ Graduate School Expo awarded more than $50,000 in travel scholarships last year. Women and members of underrepresented groups are encouraged to attend.
Visit www.purdue.edu/gradexpo for more information and to join our mailing list!
These Business Minor courses are available for enrollment during the 2013 Summer Sessions:
ACCY 200 Fundamental of Accounting
BADM 300 The Legal Environment of Business
BADM 310 Management and Organizational Behavior
BADM 320 Principles of Marketing
BADM 350 IT for Networked Organizations
BADM 380 International Business
FIN 221 Corporate Finance
An online section is offered for each Business Minor course.
Thank you for your interest in the Spanish minor. Please go to my advising webpage below. Then click on the links to minor requirements. Read about how and when to declare a Spanish minor. Also, scroll down to the bottom of the minor link (click on the word MINOR) and you will find a plan sheet that clearly lists the courses and the sequence. SINCE THE COURSES ARE RESTRICTED TO MAJORS EACH SEMESTER UNTIL AFTER PRIORITY REGISTRATION ENDS (EVEN FOR JAMES SCHOLARS). THE DATE AND TIME THESE COURSES WILL BE RELEASED TO NON-MAJORS WILL ALWAYS BE FOUND UNDER THE "EXPAND ALL" LINK ON MY.ILLINOIS OR IN THE COURSE INFORMATION ON THE CRN LINK NEXT TO THE OPEN SECTION CHECK BOX WHILE REGISTERING FOR COURSES EACH SEMESTER. You will want to investigate the study abroad link and look at programs that mirror UIUC courses if you want to access courses for the minor. Basically, after you have finished 200, 204 and 228, and one of the 25_ level courses, you can go abroad to finish it if you choose a program that offers the courses you will need. Attached to the following URL also is a summary sheet for the minor.This also discusses how you can find placement scores and/or take the proficiecy test in order to figure out your proper starting point.
The link to the schedule of MINOR INFORMATION MEETINGS for the fall 13 semester will be posted on my webpage(below) when available. Come to find ask questions about study abroad, how and when to declare the minor or bring your INTENT TO DECLARE A CAMPUS MINOR form to the minor information meetings along with a print out of your academic record proving completion of 200, 204 and 228. Finally, if you would like to speak to me in person, come in to my walk-in hours which are posted on the main advising page(below). Thank you for your interest and I look forward to meeting you should you decide to become a Spanish minor in SIP.
Undergraduate Spanish Advisor
Walk-in hours posted weekly on:http://www.sip.illinois.edu/spanish/advising/
CI 199, Section SE - Sustainability Education
Meets second 8 weeks of Fall term 2013, October 22-December 10
Max students: 25
This course will cover interdisciplinary content related to sustainability at an introductory level as well as methods for instruction, including problem-based learning. Students will complete one primary project for the course: either an instructional unit on sustainability for K-12 education or a campus education/awareness project related to sustainability.
The course is open to all University of Illinois undergraduates (not just education students), no prerequisites.
If you would like more information, contact instructor Sheila Dean at email@example.com.