I-O Students- OCT 6 conference at SJC

Great networking opportunity

Eighth Annual Human Resources and Diversity Conference

Driving Loyalty: Engaging, Developing and Retaining Employees
Fr­id­ay, October 6­, 9 a.­m.-3­ p.­m.

Join us for our Eighth Annual Human Resources and Diversity Conference. Delve into the latest topics that affect the day-to-day of human resources professionals. Three SHRM re-certification PDCs will be offered for attending. There will be a panel of alumni experts, interactive workshops and networking opportunities. Breakfast and lunch will be served.

Speakers announced:

Mary Comerford-Hewitt
Vice President, Human Capital Business & Program Development, Talent Acquisition at Northwell Health

Lorelei McGlynn
Senior Vice President, Global Human Resources & Financial Operations at Henry Schein

Lynn Spence, SJCNY Alumna
Senior Vice President, Director of Human Resources at T&M Associates

Keynote: Eddie Summers, M.Phil., Ph.D.
Vice President, Chief Strategy and Planning Officer at Long Island University

Our expert alumni panel topic is, “Generational Differences in the Workplace.”

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Part Time Job Opportunity

My supervisor is looking for Saturday mornings 8:45- 1:15 PM and either a Tuesday or Wednesday from 4:45;8:15 PM, or possibly both days.

Visit Specialist (PT)
Location: Ronkonkoma NY 11779
The Supervised Visitation program, located in Ronkonkoma, Suffolk County Long Island is looking for part time Visit Specialist (up to 17 hours weekly) available immediately, flexible hours, includes some late afternoon/evenings and weekends.

• Facilitate and supervise scheduled visitations for the Supervised Visitation Program, including being present at all sessions.
• Report on observations; ensure that program policies and procedures are followed.
• Testify in court if subpoena is served.
• Assist with childcare when necessary.

Apply via the EAC Network website at: http://www.eac-network.org/careers

There are other job postings on the website if anyone is interested.
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Public Issues with Congressman Tim Bishop- DACA

This Week’s Public Issues with Congressman Tim Bishop

1-2 p.m. — Shea Conference Room, O’Connor Hall


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Scholarship opportunity

Scholarship Announcement (1)

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Interested in Mindfulness?

A student, Kelsie Cohen, just shared with me that three pioneers of mindfulness meditation including Jon Kabat-Zinn  will be presenting at  “The Untold Story of Americas Mindfulness Movement: Then, Now, and the Future” in NYC  Oct 3 – click here for information.  Tickets are $15.00.  She is going and anyone interested can contact her.  Let me know and I will share her email. Thanks Kelsie  for sharing this information!

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Welcome to Fall 2017

See you soon!


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2018 Scholarship: Adolescent psychology

2018 SRA Undergraduate Scholars Program
Are you one of the following?
  • An undergraduate (junior or senior) student from an underrepresented racial/ethnic minority group interested in adolescent development?

If so, the SRA Undergraduate Scholar’s Program (USP) has something for you!

The Undergraduate Scholars Program is designed to support junior and senior undergraduate students from racial/ethnic minority groups in North America to pursue graduate work and careers in adolescent development. Selected scholars attend the SRA Biennial Meeting and participate in special preconference activities that focus on careers in adolescent researchapplying to graduate school and fundingcurriculum vitae workshops, and navigating the Biennial Meeting. The Undergraduate Scholars will receive mentorship from graduate students and senior scholars who are active in the field of adolescent research.


Submit Application

Application Deadline: November 10, 2017 (11:59 PM EST)

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Response Crisis Hotline- September Training-

Thinking about an internship. Response hotline, a favorite of our students, is conducting their training on  Saturday, September 16th and Sunday, September 17th, and continues on Saturday, September 23rd and Sunday, September 24th. Sessions will run from 9:30 am – 4:00 pm each day and trainees must attend all four sessions.Training in the Stony Brook area.

Training for all programs include lecture, role-playing exercises, and private and group supervision.

To fill out application and register to click here 

Once you have completed your application, see Dr. Ginnetty on how  to obtain 3 credits for this experience.

The crisis intervention hotline and chat takes over 20,000 calls each year about a wide range of subjects – substance abuse, domestic violence, depression, family conflict, grief, suicidal thoughts among many others”

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Thinking about graduate school? See Resource

The Society for Social and Personality and Social Psychology Graduate students  created a resource for undergraduates who are considering applying to MA/MS and PhD programs in social or personality psychology.  Although the focus is on students interested in personality and social psychology, the information is applicable for other disciplines in psychology.  Click here

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Job opportunity for graduates

Medicaid Service Coordinator at Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk.  9:00 am – 5 pm,  Central Islip- mileage is reimbursed for field work.  Starting salary is $38,000.  Contact person is Simone Holder sholder@eoc-Suffolk.com.  Submit letter of interest and resume.

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