Founded in 1969, Curriculum Associates is leading the adoption of blended learning for over six million K–12 students across the country, evolving along with schools as they focus more on digital content. The company designs cutting-edge print and online instructional materials, screens and assessments and data management tools—including the award-winning i-Ready®, Ready® and BRIGANCE® product lines.
When you start your career at Curriculum Associates, you’ll join an innovative, mission-centered workplace that is invested in the growth of young professionals. Through targeted early career programming such as career panels and professional development workshops, staff members develop new skills and build relationships across the company.
Stop by this information table to chat with Curriculum Associates representative Delancey King '18 about opportunities for new college grads, such as its three-year rotational Management Development Program.
The University of St Andrews sits on the east coast of Scotland—only 1 hour from Edinburgh. The University is over 600 years old, and is ranked the best University in Scotland and the 3rd best in the United Kingdom. With over 140 countries and territories represented, and 45% of its student population coming from outside the United Kingdom (16% from the United States), St Andrews is a a truly international university.
A Saint Andrews representative will be available to talk with any students who may be interested in choosing to study abroad in St Andrews, Scotland.
Fun fact: The University of St Andrews is the 3rd oldest university in the English speaking world.
The Life Stories series provides a forum to foster community through sharing stories of challenge, growth and meaning. At each lunch, a student, faculty or staff member talks about an aspect of their lives that may be meaningful to others, followed by questions and comments. Lunch is provided. Sponsored by Mental Health Promotion and the Wellness Team.
Hot cocoa and headshots! Stop by and have your photo taken for your LinkedIn and Handshake profile, stay for some hot cocoa and free swag! The Loeb Center welcomes all students to stop by and mingle with career advisors and student staff. Learn about the Clothing Closet, internship funding, Handshake and more. Walk away from one of the three events (February 1, February 15 and February 18) with your own professional headshot.
Registration is now open for the first TIPS training of the semester! All students who wish to serve alcohol at Commencement Celebrations or during Reunion are required to pass an Amherst College on-premise TIPS Training. Online TIPS certifications cannot be accepted.
What is TIPS Training? TIPS (Training for Intervention ProcedureS) is the global leader in education and training for the responsible service, sale and consumption of alcohol. Proven effective by third-party studies, TIPS is a skills-based training program that is designed to prevent intoxication, underage drinking and drunk driving.
Join Religious and Spiritual Life and First Year Experience at a regroup for the spring semester through simple mindfulness practices and peer discussion. All first year students welcome and food will be served!