We’re excited to announce our Blue Devil Sponsor and Fall Career Fair Employer Sponsor, Flow Traders! Flow Traders is the leader in global technology-enabled liquidity, specializing in exchange-traded products. A record number of employers from a wide range of industries are registered to attend this year. Students should be signing up for one-on-one and group sessions now–before the event.
The Center for Child and Family Policy invites you to explore careers in child and family policy.
Sarah Rabiner Eisensmith, Sept. 24, 11:15 AM, Rubenstein Hall, Room 200
Boxed lunches will be provided; please register to reserve your lunch. Thanks!
Sarah Rabiner Eisensmith is a forensic social worker, academic consultant, educator, and researcher.
As a forensic social worker at AHB Center for Behavioral Health and Wellness, Eisensmith provides a therapeutic environment for supervised visitation and exchanges to families with the goal of repairing or restoring parent-child relationships. She also conducts supervised visitation, including for families involved in the court and child welfare systems, to observe and evaluate parent-child attachment and interaction, parenting skills, and other areas of concern specific to each family.
This speaker series is for Duke students who want to learn more about careers in child and family policy. Meetings are designed to help students explore the wide range of job opportunities and careers available in the field of child and family policy while creating a network of students who share their professional interests.
At weekly meetings, we will discuss how to forge a career in policy by speaking with people doing policy work in education, health, juvenile justice, child welfare, economic security, and other areas. Learn from people who went straight into policy jobs, pursued law school, joined Teach for America, or have made a careers in academia. Speakers will talk about how they got started, about the turns they took along the way, and what they have enjoyed most. They will also share tips for launching your career and what they look for when hiring.
Duke’s Office of Undergraduate Research Support provides updated information about the latest research funding opportunities for Duke students. Check out the Undergraduate Research Support Programs here.
UCR Brain Game Center for Mental Fitness and Well-Being. The Center is recruiting participants for an online study of how working memory training leads to cognitive benefits. You must be 18 years or older to participate and if chosen, you'll be asked to fill out some surveys, conduct a few cognitive tests and complete the working memory training. The study is only 11 business days long and is done all within the comfort of your home on your personal phone or tablet. Not only will you receive access to our brain training software for free, but there are also giveaways to win rewards such as gift cards valued $5-$100 or the grand prize of a brand new iPad. To enroll, simply click HERE