Forty National Student Organizations students from the Providence Campus competed in DECA's International Career Development Conference (ICDC), April 16 - 19, in Washington, D.C.
Congratulations to our medalists!
Thu Tran took second place in Hotel & Lodging In addition, the following students were recognized for finishing in the top ten in their respective categories: Todd Lind & Edyn Zapata-Montes deOca - Advertising Campaign
Eric Calabrese, Brandon Furtado & Tyler Parenti - Business Research
Erik Hansen & John Reardon - Event Planning
Aaron Horowitz - Hotel & Lodging
Drew DuBoff - Restaurant & Food Service Management
On Thursday night, March 24th, an awards program was held for the RI SkillsUSA competition. Every participant who placed gold has now qualified for SkillsUSA nationals in Louisville, Kentucky, this summer!
We're incredibly excited to announce the following:
Job Interview: Gold - Joe Esposito (pictured, right) Silver - Lisa Willms
Silver - Brendan Thornton
Gold - Tahliq Mills (pictured, left)
Silver - William Kann
Attention Wildcats, Relay for Life is taking place thisFriday, April 1, beginning at 5:00pm(ends Saturday, April 2)
Here are the details:
-Doors open at 5:00pm
-National Anthem at 6:45pm
-Opening Ceremony at 7:00pm
*You do not need to stay the full 24 hours*
Cost: $10 (register soon as the cost will go up to $20!)
What will you be doing?
There will be games, activities such as karaoke, tug of war, limbo, a talent show, lots of food and snacks (ice cream bar, bagels, etc.) to keep students moving and having fun all night long! You do not need to walk the entire time, or stay for the entire 24+ hour event. The goal of the event is to raise money for cancer research and help students- whether you personally have been affected by cancer or your family, friends, or classmates have- raise awareness and support one another. Please consider joining team captain Ashley Acevedoand the NSO CAA Relay for Life team for only $10!
Register soon, as the cost will increase to $20 before the event.
The Community Action Association (CAA) of NSO is meeting tonight, March 23rd, from 7 – 8 p.m., at the CBCSI 1st floor lounge. All are welcome! We will discuss NSO community service opportunities for the spring. Any questions should be directed to Meagan Pepper, CAA advisor, by email or at ext. 1499. Hope to see you there!
Join us for a workshop on networking with confidence and charisma. Renowned speaker Dena Davis will share advice that will help you make an impact and stand out during the Career Expo & Summer Job Fair. You will also learn how to set up and take your LinkedIn profile to the next level. You’ll walk away from this session understanding what it means to make a professional imprint and work the show floor. The Career Expo & Summer Job Fair will begin at 10:00am. This session will provide you with just-in-time tips for making the most of the event.
Continental breakfast will be provided. Professional dress/clean culinary uniform is required.
Dena Davis is the founder & executive director of ACTion Performance & Leadership Coaching, which specializes in professional development for both individuals and corporate teams.
Please register on the Jobs & Internships tab of jwuLink (Event ID# 711)
The first 25 students to register online will receive a professional padfolio embossed with the JWU logo.