March 2013 Archives

We have two positions open for one male and one female intern to take part in an International Relations, Global Education and Technology internship in Tanzania, Africa that departs May 29th.  The interns will travel to Africa with the Head of Global Outreach Project and depart from Washington DC and return July 7th.  The need is urgent and the timeline short.  The five week program includes a Bush Safari. 
Warm regards,
J.J. Hummon
Executive Director
International Internships LLC
8222 Harborside Circle
Englewood, FL  34224

Writing a Law School Personal Statement Workshop

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Aside from your LSAT score and grades, your personal statement is the most important part of your law school application.  Nearly all law schools require that students submit a two-page personal statement along with their law school application.  Admissions officials *do* read personal statements - and they matter ... a lot.  The personal statement is your one chance to set yourself apart from the hundreds (or thousands) of other applications being reviewed by an admissions committee.

Don't know what to write or how to get started?  Then sign up for the:


Writing a Law School Personal Statement Workshop
Saturday, April 13, 2013
10 am to 2 pm
Taught by Prof. Gwen Torges of the Political Science Department.


Getting into Law School Workshop

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Getting into Law School Workshop
Saturday, April 6, 2013
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
taught by Prof. Gwen Torges of the Political Science Department.

You will learn:
  • about the application process and the important deadlines
  • what law school admissions officials are looking for
  • strategies for getting the best possible letters of recommendation
  • how to set yourself and your application apart from the crowd!

The Susquehanna Review - Call for Submissions

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The Susquehanna Review, an online and in-print literary journal, is calling for submissions of fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, translations, and art from any and all undergraduate students. We're interested in writing with fresh language, complexity, strong character development, emotional resonance, and momentum. We want to read something we haven't read before. We want your language to linger in us long after we've finished the piece. Please check out the work in our online journal for examples of what we're looking for. To be considered for our 2014 issue, please submit your fiction, non-fiction, and poetry by April 5, 2013 and your art and translations by April 19, 2013 via our online submissions manager at

We award the Gary Fincke Creative Writing Prize for the best piece of poetry ($100) and the best piece of prose ($100) in each issue. There is no entry fee. All submissions to Susquehanna Review will automatically be under consideration for the contest, with the exception of students of Susquehanna University. The contest will be judged by one of the Susquehanna University Creative Writing faculty. 

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