September 15, 2014
September 11, 2014
Join us on Thursday, September 18th from 11am to 2:30pm in McCarthy Quad for the 2014 USC Law Fair. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to:
- Meet law school admissions deans and recruiters from ABA-approved law schools from across the country
- Talk to law school representatives one-on-one about their schools and what they look for in applicants, and get application fee waivers
- Learn more about LSAT test prep companies and how they can help you get the LSAT score you want
- Speak with representatives about law related internships and volunteer opportunities
- Win awesome prizes, including USC Pre-Law swag
Please click the link below to RSVP.
September 11, 2014
The USC Caruso Catholic Center is looking for volunteers to help tutor for our new Inner City Tutoring Program. Tutoring hours and subjects are flexible! We will be holding an information session this September 13th at 10:00 am in Newman Hall at the Caruso Catholic Center and will also be providing a free VIRTUS training. Lunch will be served. Please contact Sasha at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. We look forward to seeing you!
September 8, 2014
Coaching Corps helps provide youth in low-income communities with the opportunity to play organized sports, which is made possible y volunteer college student coaches. Our USC chapter has placed USC students with the Boys and Girls Club, Kids In Sports, Brotherhood Crusade, and several other organizations in the local area to coach soccer, basketball, volleyball, and many other sports.
Come to our Info Session/New Season Kick-Off: Sept. 9 Tuesday 7pm-8pm THH 110
Learn more about Coaching Corps and meet returning coaches and hear about their coaching experiences. There will be food!
You can sign up to coach at http://info.coachingcorps.org/Coach-App-Website.html
Hope to meet you guys there!
– USC Coaching Corps Team
September 2, 2014
Are you a proud member of the USC Dornsife community? Are you personable, spirited, and involved inside and outside of the classroom? Do you want to share your experiences with prospective and incoming students?
If you answered ‘yes’ to all of the above, we want you to apply to be a USC Dornsife Ambassador! As an Ambassador, you will have the opportunity to participate in the Dornsife Admission process, interact with prospective students and their parents, represent USC Dornsife to the rest of the University and the public, be the online voice of USC Dornsife through blogs and twitter, host students for Explore USC, and more!
To apply, click on this link: bit.ly/DAApp2014. Completed applications are due Friday, September 5th at 3pm.
August 26, 2014
Jumpstart is a national non-profit organization committed to closing the achievement gap by providing high quality language and literacy education to preschool students in low-income communities. USC students are trained as teachers and reading partners, and spend 8-12 hours a week in team settings to implement a rich curriculum and engage local families and community leaders to invest in early childhood education. The earn work-study as well as an additional $1,175 Americorps education grant for their service!
Info sessions will be held on Tuesday, September 2nd, and Wednesday, September 3rd, from 7:00PM-8:00PM at TCC 412. Hiring is competitive, and prospective applicants are highly encouraged to attend. Find out more about our program, and network with the staff and alum of a successful national non-profit!
Contact email@example.com for further information.
August 19, 2014
The Director of Research Cecily Betz, PhD, RN, FAAN and Associate Director Kathryn Smith, RN, DrPH of the University of Southern California University Center (USC) for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (UCEDD) located at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles are seeking individuals who are interested in serving as volunteers with several research projects involving children and youth who have chronic conditions. The schedule and time commitment are flexible, although we are seeking at least 5 hours per week. The volunteer tasks vary according to the needs of the project. The volunteer may be asked to conduct literature reviews using electronic databases, compile mailings for research surveys, and input data into databases; other tasks will be dependent on the volunteer’s skill level and experience—so please feel free to apply! Even if you don’t have a lot of experience but are willing to learn, please apply. The benefits for volunteers are many, including the opportunity to work in a stimulating environment, involvement in a worthy cause, contact with professors and experienced directors, and the learning of new practical skills. A volunteer effort at our esteemed research center is a very favorable addition to a resume: individuals seeking employment in the future will gain useful work experience, and participation in respected projects that serve a noble cause is viewed very favorably by potential employers and admission committees.
If you are interested please send your resume to
Kristy Macias at firstname.lastname@example.org