U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesVirtual Event for Students and Recent Graduates, December 15th @ 1:00PM, ETHHS Navigating Federal Employment Workshop. Human Resources Executives at the US Department of Health and Human Services are sponsoring an interactive workshop for all faculty, staff, and students applying to career and internship opportunities with the federal government. During this workshop, participants will learn about HHS’s Pathways to Public Service internship program and how to best prepare for the application process. Professional tips will be given on creating and utilizing a USA Jobs account, drafting a federal resume, and interviewing for positions on the federal level. The primary focus of this effort is to communicate the mission of and career paths within the Department of Health and Human Services that will provide students and recent graduates with a rewarding position in public service geared toward their major.Register Here:https://bit.ly/3VEzlJeVisit our website: https://www.healthit.gov/topic/pathways-public-service-program-ptps
Advisory Council on Historic PreservationIn the summer of 2022, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) partnered with USDA Forest Service’s Heritage Program and the White House Initiative on Advancing Educational Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunity through Historically Black Colleges and Universities to bring anthropology students from HBCUs into the forest and introduce them to careers in the Heritage Program. Watch this video: https://youtu.be/M6fYjnv32JAPreserve the Past, build for the Future is a webinar series produced by the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, an independent federal agency, designed to introduce college students to historic preservation and related fields. In 2023, the series will consist of five webinars. Register for all or individual webinars with one convenient link! We hope you will join us in the conversation.January 25, 2023 – 3 p.m. ET – Mobilizing Community Preservation. Join this webinar to hear about the experiences of leaders in this area, how to encourage volunteerism, and how to get started on preserving your own community’s heritage.February 22, 2023 – 3 p.m. ET — Saving Black History: Gullah-Geechee Islands. This webinar addresses the islands’ history, what is happening there now, and the work being done to preserve the culture.March 22, 2023 – 3 p.m. ET — Create a Future Through Careers in Historic Preservation. This webinar will focus on providing students and others interested in historic preservation and related fields with insight into the needs of the profession, as well as the skills they should have to move into these positions. Also, learn what steps you should take to become a part of the preservation community. April 26, 2023 – 3 p.m. ET — History Right on Your Campus: Preserving Historic HBCUs. This webinar talks about how HBCUs, communities, and advocacy groups are working together to preserve and restore these historic campus buildings and the significance of the buildings in the lives of students. May 24, 2023 – 3 p.m. ET — Hallowed Ground: Preserving Historic Black Churches. This webinar discusses the effort to preserve African American history through restoration of churches that were important in the Civil Rights movement and/or poignant to African American/American history.
Blue Campaign: Virtual Human Trafficking Youth ForumJanuary is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month (HTPM), and U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Blue Campaign will be hosting a virtual Human Trafficking Youth Forum. The virtual forum will be held on January 31, 2023, via Goto Webinar from 10:00am–4:15pm EST.Caretakers and Adults who work with youth are invited to attend this webinar to hear from experts in the human trafficking and youth space. Featured speakers and panelists include representatives from U.S. Department of Justice, National Center of Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), National Human Trafficking Hotline – Polaris, Love 146, and U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Presentations and panel discussions will involve:Youth and online safetyOnline human trafficking case studyHuman trafficking trends and how they affect the youth populationCriminalization of youth victimsVictim Assistance ProgramAvailable resources for youth and individuals working with youthREGISTER HERE to join us on January 31, and we welcome you to share this event with other caretakers and adults working with youth in your organization and community. Note that registration is free yet required to attend this webinar, and additional details regarding agenda sessions will be distributed at a later time.