Graphics Assistant job opening at the JFK Library!
Hey Students! JFK Library is hiring a Graphics Assistant for the summer and school year to create flyers, posters, brochures and other graphics materials to promote library events, programs and initiatives; as well as design and maintain web pages. The student hired can work up to 40 hours per week throughout the summer and up to 19 hours per week during the school year.
We are looking for qualified candidates who can prove experience in the following areas:
Different graphics software such as: InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator.
Microsoft Office: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Publisher.
Social Networking: Flickr and Facebook.
This position can be especially useful for students study design; as this job could help to develop a work portfolio of designs and projects for future employment. When applying for this position, please describe your experience and skill set in the required qualification. For more information and to apply for this job, go to Eagle Axis and search for the Graphics Assistant position posted by the JFK Library.
Read to Lead Winners Selected!
Each year the EWU Libraries holds a Read to Lead competition that is open to EWU students with a junior standing. The program highlights students who have demonstrated leadership in EWU clubs, organizations, or athletic teams, while maintaining at least a 3.0 GPA. The students are selected by a panel of judges and are highlighted on Read to Lead posters throughout the EWU Libraries.
We are pleased to announce the 2013 Read to Lead winners. Congratulations to Emma Murillo, Lizbeth Ramirez Perez, and Erika Enciso-Castillo.
Emma Murillo is a Secondary Education major focusing in Spanish. Her academic achievements have landed her regularly on the Dean's List. Emma's athletic talents on the EWU track team have earned her the title of Athlete of the Month, as well as put her in a leadership position to help those within the sports and Eastern community as a whole through her experience as a Community Advisor (CA). She has been a part of Athletes in Action since 2011; which has put her in the position to create a supportive community amongst the whole student athletic body.
Lizbeth Ramirez Perez is a Business Administration major with a concentration in Management. She also is working to get three minors in Spanish, Communications and Psychology. While thriving in her academia, Lizbeth also manages to hold multiple leadership positions around campus including: Superior Court Associate Justice for ASEWU, a New Student Orientation Leader, an Intern for EWU Admissions, a Student Leader for M.E.CH.A (Spanish: Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano/a de Aztlan; English: Chicano Student Movement of Aztlán) and more.
Erika Enciso-Castillo is a Secondary Education major who has shown strong leadership within the Eastern community, while at the same time excelling academically. Erika holds many leadership positions within the community including those within the M.E.CH.A organization. She is also an Orientation Coordinator for New Student Transitions and Parent Programs, an Ambassador for the LEAP (Latino/a Education Achievment Project) Program, a volunteer for the Voices Against Violence and National TRiO Day events; all while still managing a GPA above a 3.0.
EWU Libraries started the Eagles Who Read to Lead in 2009 as a program to promote reading at EWU. The 2013 Read to Lead posters will be unveiled on May 22, 2013 at the Books2Eat Celebration. If you would like more information about this event please contact Nicole Sestrap, the Library Student Liaison, at firstname.lastname@example.org
About EWU Libraries Student Liaison, Nicole Sestrap:
"I was born and bred on the west side of Washington, specifically the Ferndale and Sedro-Woolley areas. Currently I'm a senior at Eastern, studying Psychology with minors in Anthropology and Business Administration. I plan to continue on with my education after I graduate by at least completing a Masters degree, with my career goal of being an Industrial-Organizational Psychologist.
I took this job so I can be the student voice when it comes to issues involving the library, so use me! I'm fairly resourceful, easily approachable and willing to help anyone who needs the help! Feel free to come see me if you have any comments, concerns or ideas involving the library."
The student liaison's office, U05, is located on the third floor of the JFK Library near the administration office.
Contact Nicole by phone at 509-359-7402, or email to email@example.com
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