business tips education articles new tips business education opportunities finance tips education deposit money tips making education art loan tips education deposits make tips your education home good income tips outcome education issue medicine tips education drugs market tips money education trends self tips roof education repairing market tips education online secure skin tips education tools wedding tips education jewellery newspaper tips for education magazine geo tips education places business tips education design Car tips and education Jips production tips education business ladies tips cosmetics education sector sport tips and education fat burn vat tips insurance education price fitness tips education program furniture tips at education home which tips insurance education firms new tips devoloping education technology healthy tips education nutrition dress tips education up company tips education income insurance tips and education life dream tips education home create tips new education business individual tips loan education form cooking tips education ingredients which tips firms education is good choosing tips most education efficient business comment tips on education goods technology tips education business secret tips of education business company tips education redirects credits tips in education business guide tips for education business cheap tips insurance education tips selling tips education abroad protein tips education diets improve tips your education home security tips education importance

« May 2010 | Main | July 2010 »

June 2010 Archives

June 14, 2010

Mechanical Engineering Fall Co-op Opportunity with Emerson Industrial Automotive

Kop-Flex, operating since 1926, is a division of the Emerson Electric Co. which manufactures flexible rotating couplings for industrial applications. Located just 9 miles from UMBC near BWI, Kop-Flex offers students the opportunity to gain experience in mechanical design and manufacturing. Kop-Flex offers excellent opportunities for advancement, currently 7 of 13 engineers are former co-ops.

Co-ops will work closely with Product Engineers & mentors in the design of mechanical couplings. They will apply engineering knowledge to perform stress analysis, calculate coupling mass elastic data, produce coupling drawings, develop new and innovative products, and manage engineering projects. Project management may provide opportunities to interact with VP’s, managers, and customers. They will have the opportunity to interact with global employees and customers.

Preferably co-ops have an understanding of mechanical design, stress analysis, materials, and vibration analysis. Individuals should posses and demonstrate proficiency with Microsoft Office and CAD software (AutoCAD is preferred).

Schedule: Preferably a full-time co-op during the Fall semester. Students able to commit at least 25 hours/week will be considered. Please indicate your availability in your resume objective. If you choose to co-op, the Shriver Center can help you maintain your student status for the purposes of scholarships, health insurance, housing and other requirements - contact Kerry Kidwell-Slak in the Shriver Center at for more details.

Recommended completed courses: ENES 101 (Introduction to Engineering Science), ENME 110 (Static’s), ENME 204 (Introduction to Design w/ CAD), ENME 220 (Mechanics of Materials), ENME 221 (Dynamics), ENME 304 (Machine Design)

Minimum GPA: 2.5

Work Authorization: US Citizen or Permanent Resident

Pay: $14-16/hr

To apply: Submit your resume via UMBCworks or email it directly to Kerry Kidwell-Slak at

Deadline: June 30, 2010 - however applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Apply early for best consideration.

Save the Date! 13th Annual CNMS Summer Undergraduate Research Fest

Undergraduate Researchers from or based at UMBC including participants in the MARC U*STAR, HHMI, Joint Center for Earth Systems Technology (JCET), CRESST (Center for Research and Exploration in Space Science and Technology) Summer Internship Program, and the Summer Biomedical Training Programs are invited to present their summer research at the Thirteenth Annual UMBC Summer Undergraduate Research Fest.

When: Wednesday, August 10, 2010, 8:30 - 12 noon

Where: Albin O. Kuhn Library, 7th Floor

Who: You! If you are conducting research this summer and would like to share it with the UMBC community and get some experience practicing your presentation skills, this event is for you!

RSVP: For more information, email The website: will also be updated as more information is available.

Downtown 101: An Insider's Guide to Baltimore

SAVE THE DATE- June 24th
Downtown 101: An Insider's Guide to Baltimore

This event is catered to recent graduates, summer interns, new Baltimoreans, and those who are just plain curious about Baltimore! The event will be held on Thursday June 24 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM at the James Joyce in Harbor East.

Participants will have the opportunity to engage in a group activity and network with fellow professionals and community partners.

Event is free, but registration is required.

US Department of State Accepting Applications for Spring 2011

U.S. Department of State is Accepting Applications for Spring 2011 Student Interns

Click here for more information and to start the online application process.

Please note that the deadline to submit completed applications is July 01, 2010.

You must be a U.S. Citizen and a student (a full- or part-time continuing college or university junior, or graduate student - including graduating seniors intending to go on to graduate school) to be eligible.

*Please read the program description and vacancy announcement for more information.*

June 24, 2010

PAID Choice Program College Night Intern Position for Fall

The Shriver Center has 1 Service-Learning Intern position open for the Fall 2010 semester. Interns play a pivotal role in The Shriver Center's Service-Learning Program, which places nearly 600 UMBC students each year at service sites. Service-Learning Interns are student leaders who aspire to take on a more challenging role to lead various service sites.

Open position:
• College Night Mentoring Program Service-Learning Intern – Assist adolescent participants of The Choice Program with academics and development of positive social skills. Intern coordinates educational and recreational activities for the program on Mondays from 5pm-8:15pm.

Each Service-Learning Intern receives a $500-750 stipend for the semester, and a Service-Learning Leadership transcript notation with their enrollment in the 096 Practicum.

To download an application, visit Service-Learning @ The Shriver Center and click on "Service-Learning Intern Application – Fall 2010” at the bottom of the page.

Applications are due to The Shriver Center by 5pm Monday, July 12th. Contact Clare Greene ( with any questions!

About June 2010

This page contains all entries posted to Shriver Center in June 2010. They are listed from oldest to newest.

May 2010 is the previous archive.

July 2010 is the next archive.

Many more can be found on the main index page or by looking through the archives.

Powered by
Movable Type 3.34