November can be an ideal time for students to find part-time work. Many businesses are gearing up for the holiday season by adding more staff to night and weekend shifts when they see an increase in shopping.
Both local small business owners and major retailers like Target and those at the Bayshore Mall will likely be accepting applications.
As always, the Academic and Career Advising Center has resources available to help students navigate the part-time job market, and to get started on the path toward a rewarding career.
This month and next, the center is hosting several events geared toward student success:
- Nov. 8
Job Search for the Graduating Seniors at 4 p.m. in Library 114. Sign up
- Nov. 15
Using Social Media for Job Search at 4 p.m. in Library 121. Sign up
- Dec. 6
Great Resumes and Cover Letters at Noon in Library 114. Sign up
Flu Shots at Student Health Center
The Student Health Center is offering free walk-in flu shots on Wednesday, Nov. 2 and 16. Encourage your student to stop by and take this easy step to avoid falling ill. Missing class near the end of the semester can have a big impact on academic success.
Humboldt State is the Nation’s ‘Outdoorsy-est’
HSU’s busy and active students helped propel our University to the No. 1 spot in Outdoor Nation’s Campus Challenge, giving Humboldt the title “Outdoorsy-est” school in the nation. We beat out 86 other universities.
The Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge asked students, faculty, staff, and community members to get outside and log their activities on a mobile app. The idea was to make fresh air inclusive, to help the community understand that there’s an outdoors for everyone. Hiking, biking, kayaking, quick walks, stargazing, and even hammocking earned participants points, as well as the schools they chose to represent. HSU established an early lead and never looked back. Read more about the competition here.
It’s Time to Apply to Humboldt State!
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Did you know that Oct. 1 is the start of the application period for students hoping to attend Humboldt State University in Fall 2017?
Now’s a great time to let someone you know that applications are being accepted from first-time freshmen, upper-division transfer students, returning students, veterans, international students, and graduate students.
Freshmen need to apply by Nov. 30, 2016. Deadlines for other students vary.
Students can learn more and start the application process at CSUMentor.edu.
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Sending your student off to college can take some getting used to. You want to be there for them every step of the way from the first moments on campus to graduation day. For the moments in between, Forever Humboldt offers special care packages. Help your student celebrate special occasions or pump up their spirits by sending them one through our special program. Visit the Care Package Program website to view all available options.