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Career Services Info Session: Finding and Applying for Federal Government Jobs

The Federal Government is one of the largest employers in the United States. Openings are available all over the country and around the world, and candidates are sought from all majors. The application and hiring process has challenges not faced in other fields. Let us help you! Learn about available job opportunities, job search strategies and how to write a federal resume.

Jill Stanek: An Insider's View on Abortion in Mainstream Medicine

Jill Stanek will give a presentation on the challenges she has faced from the news media and politicians for her pro-life views as a medical practitioner turned activist.  She is a major voice for life in the controversial issue of abortion and will describe her experiences in Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, Illinois, a site where victims of failed abortions, in other words, born-alive infants, were allowed to die after delivery.  Sponsored by UNI Right to Life and St. Stephen the Witness Catholic Student Center.

Habitat for Humanity Fundraiser

On February 24th, February 25, and March 5th Habitat for Humanity is raising money for our collegiate challenge, where we will spend a week in Lakeland, Florida over Spring Break building a home for a family in need!  Mention Habitat for Humanity and have 10% of your receipt donated to our cause!  come out to Buffalo Wild Wings and help support us in raising money for the trip!

TAPP: "Rep the Runway" Fashion Show

The Textiles & Apparel Progam (TAPP) and Infiniti Enterprises present Iowa's First Fashion Week "Rep the Runway," featuring Blu Collar Clothing. The show will feature Iowa and Cedar Valley's finest designers and performances by Lyrikal, Wes B, Prophet, Killaquay, and A Spell and Stazsa. Tickets can be purchased online at eventbrite.com or at the door, and are $5 with a student ID or $10. Doors open at 8 p.m.

Toast for Change Keynote Address: Rev. Dr. John Womack

Reverend Dr. John H. Womack will be traveling to the Cedar Valley to be the keynote speaker during the Black Student Union's Toast for Change Banquet. Womack will share his testimony of how in 1977, with a mop and bucket, he started his own company and named it "John's Janitorial Services, Inc." His company quickly expanded and he soon became a well-established businessman, founding and becoming president of several companies. Womack often states that money and education are not requisites to starting a business or to making it in this world; rather, it is the proper state of mind or frame of reference.  

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