September 22, 2010

How to help students in distress

"This website is a clearinghouse of mental health services across campus; it contains information about a variety of mental health topics and information about how to help students in distress."

Posted by rutka005 at 8:16 AM

September 9, 2010

Employment Opportunities

Greetings Students-

Strayer University is seeking to connect with graduate and PhD.students about opportuntiies within their organization. Strayer University is a private, for-profit higher education institution. To learn more about their current positions, please check them out on GoldPASS at

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They will be on-campus at the St. Paul Career Fair . If interested, please visit with them at:

*St. Paul** Campus Job & Internship Fair*
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
10:00am - 3:00pm
North Star Ballroom, St. Paul Student Center

Meet employers hiring interns and full time employees in fields related to agriculture, animal science, banking/finance, bio-based products, food industry, and sales & marketing.

To learn how to make the most of a career fair view our online Job Fair Success workshop at

Questions about the event? Call the St. Paul Campus Career Center at

Posted by rutka005 at 2:00 PM

September 1, 2010

Journal Manuscripts


The Associate Editors for the International Section of the Journal of Counseling & Development (JCD) are seeking manuscripts which describe the development of counseling in other countries.

We are particularly interested in manuscripts from various countries which contain the following sections: (1) a review/history of the development of counseling in a particular country; (2) current status; (3) future trends for the counseling profession in the country; and (4) comparisons which can be drawn between counseling in the United States and the country that is being described. It is recommended that all international manuscripts have at least one co-author who is a native of the particular country written about. This might be a counselor, counselor educator, or other mental health professional.

Manuscripts should be approximately 2,500 -3,500 words in length (about 12-15 type written, double spaced pages, including references).

In order to avoid duplication, persons interested in making a contribution should clear the article with Norm Amundson <> and Tom Hohenshil <> prior to beginning work - send an email to both indicating your interest. You will then be provided with a structured format for preparing your manuscript.

Posted by rutka005 at 7:44 PM