AU's Social Work Club collected $1,677 in meal swipes and monetary donations through its "Give a Meal" service project.
The money will be used to purchase food in bulk through AU's dining services, which will be donated to Associated Charities and the Ashland County food bank. Both organizations distribute food and personal hygiene items to individuals and families in need in Ashland County.
On Saturday, April 8, 2016, The College of Wooster will host the 4th annual Northeast Ohio Undergraduate Sociology Symposium from 7:30am-5:00pm in Wooster, OH. Over 70 Colleges and Universities have been invited to participate.
If you wish to present at the symposium, your abstract must be submitted online before January 20, 2017. If you wish to just attend, or if you plan on presenting, you must register online before March 13, 2017 online.
For more information about the event, or to register and submit an abstract, please visit their website here.
Did you know the Social Work Department has a great way to get involved?
The purpose of the Social Work Club is to provide those
interested in helping others with programs and experiences which will enhance
their education, to contribute positively to the improvement of the community,
and to enhance the awareness of social issues on the Ashland University campus.
The Social Work Club's first meeting will take place in early October. Be sure to check back for the meeting announcement. For more information about the club, contact
President Jessica Green at email@example.com.
Career Services will be hosting a Fall Career Fair on Wednesday, October 12th from 1:00 pm-4:00 pm in Upper Convocation. Professional dress is required for this event (for guidance on what to wear, consult the Career Services's Business Attire Pamphlet). Be sure to bring several copies of your resume. Student Registration, which is highly recommended, is available on the Career Services website. All registered students will receive printed nametags to wear at the event.
There are many exciting opportunities for jobs and internships at this career fair.
Employers attending include:
As well as these employees, there will be many graduate schools attending with great opportunities. AU students should refer to the Career Services Guidebook for a complete list of employers and graduate schools who will be in attendance at the Fair.
Each spring, senior social work students complete a 500-hour in-agency internship during which students put into practice the skills they have learned throughout their time at Ashland while gaining valuable experiences to prepare them to go on to employment or graduate studies after graduation.
This year, 9 students interned in organizations across the counties of Ashland, Richland, Huron and Wayne, spotlights for 7 of whom are below.
To learn about each student and his or her internship, click on the corresponding link provided below.