Support, Resources, and Programming
The Division of Student Affairs aspires to serve as a trusted resource, helping to connect students with information regarding health, development, faith, residential life, extracurricular interests, and future endeavors. For questions or concerns, please email email@example.com.
Welcome Weekend Undergraduate Student Employment Opportunity
As a pilot program, the New Student Engagement and Formation team within the Office of Student Affairs will hire up to 12 undergraduate students to assist with Welcome Weekend planning and logistics this summer and through Welcome Weekend, Wednesday, Aug. 17 - Monday, Aug. 22. Selected students may participate remotely if they are away from campus or in person if they plan to be on-campus for the summer session or in the local area for other employment.
Responsibilities vary but will include participating in planning discussions with the Welcome Weekend planning team; assisting with logistics for St. Andre Committee training and formation and other summer Welcome Weekend tasks; serving as a contact and liaison for St. Andre Committee members to a small group of residence halls; and assisting with logistical and operational tasks during Welcome Weekend itself. The position will pay $15/hour and Student Staff will work an average of 10 hours per week, with some weeks being busier than others (particularly later in the summer).
Please complete this interest form no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, April 15. Please note that Welcome Weekend Student Staff will need to be on campus beginning Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2022 to assist with Welcome Weekend.
New Student Engagement Summer Graduate Intern Opportunity
Student Affairs will hire graduate student interns beginning at the end of the spring semester through Welcome Weekend (Aug. 17-22) to assist in planning and implementation of Undergraduate Welcome Weekend. These interns will have the opportunity to develop skills in event planning, advising undergraduate student leaders, and program management. Other responsibilities include assistance in student leader development and training, social media presence, web content management, Transfer Welcome Weekend planning and execution, and Parent Programs. This role is a paid position and the start date is flexible. The position description can be found here. If you are interested in learning more, please complete this application form by Monday, April 18.
COLLECTION FOR UKRAINIAN REFUGEES - HAPPENING NOW
Campus Ministry is sponsoring a collection of clothing and money for refugees from Ukraine. Students will be in front of North and South Dining Halls through 8 p.m. tonight to accept anything you're able to give. All donations are welcome and will be used to assist refugees. Thank you for your generosity.
Campus Ministry is excited for students, faculty, and staff to return to the Basilica of the Sacred Heart for the celebration of Holy Week. All are welcome to gather in prayer as we prepare our hearts for Jesus' passion, death, and resurrection. Click here for the complete schedule.
EASTER STUDENT MASS
Sunday, April 17, 9 p.m., Basilica of the Sacred Heart
All students are invited to celebrate Easter Sunday Mass together in the Basilica. Fr. Pete McCormick, C.S.C., will preside.
CONFESSION OFFERED IN DUNCAN STUDENT CENTER
A priest will be available for the Sacrament of Confession every Tuesday and Friday from 12 to 1:30 p.m. in room W208 of the Duncan Student Center.
Gender Relations Center (GRC)
TAKE BACK THE NIGHT
Wednesday, April 13, Speak Out: 7 p.m., Dahnke Ballroom; Campus March 9 p.m. (meet near Duncan Student Center north door); Candlelight Vigil Service: 9:30 p.m., Grotto
Rape, sexual assault, sexual abuse, and domestic violence are often labeled “crimes of silence” because of low reporting rates and social discomfort with their public discussion. The purpose of the national event, Take Back the Night, is to break the silence surrounding this violence with voices of prayer, chanting, and the sharing of stories. Take Back the Night is an annual event where the Notre Dame, Holy Cross, and Saint Mary’s campus communities stand together with survivors of sexual violence and show their commitment to working to end harm. Students can attend all or individual parts of the event. For event and weather updates, follow us on Twitter: @NDSMCHCCTBTN and Instagram: takeback. ndsmc
ULTIMATE FRISBEE TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION
Registration open through Wednesday, Apr 13, 2022
Click here for more information and to register.
Center for Career Development
APRIL ARE YOU CAREER READY? INTERACTIVE CAREER DEVELOPMENT SERIES
Are you looking to take a more active role in your own career development process? The Are You Career Ready? Career Development Series continues with new sessions this week.
JOB SEARCH STRATEGY (SENIORS)
Tuesday, April 12, 5 - 6 p.m., 512 Duncan Student Center
Finding the right job or internship takes strategic planning. Learn the steps to a successful job or internship search, and discover the resources available to you. Register on Handshake.
CRUSH YOUR INTERVIEW (FIRST YEARS/SOPHOMORES)
Thursday, April 14, 5 - 6 p.m., 210 Duncan Student Center
This Learning Lab focuses on interview preparation. Students will be taken through the steps necessary to have a successful interview. The focus will be on preparing for the interview, learning how to respond to different types of interview questions, and the appropriate follow-up process after the interview. Register on Handshake.
INTERVIEW PREP FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES (SOPHOMORES)
Tuesday, April 12, 5:15 - 6:15 p.m., 526 Duncan Student Center
The Center for Career Development will partner with the Wall Street Club in this interactive workshop. We will review and practice how to excel at the interview opening, behavioral questions, and technical questions. The emphasis will be on the behavioral part of the interview. We will also cover how to excel at HireVue virtual interviews. Register on Handshake.