Golf Tournament Volunteers Needed
The Constellation Energy Classic returns to Hayfields
Country Club in Hunt Valley Sept. 12-18. Johns Hopkins is
recruiting affiliates to volunteer at the event and spend
time alongside such golf legends as Wayne Levi and Peter
The first 35 Hopkins employees who volunteer for two
six-hour shifts as hole marshalls on behalf of the Robert
Packard Center for ALS Research at Johns Hopkins —
one of the beneficiaries of the event — will have
their volunteer fee underwritten by SunTrust Bank. Sign up
before June 1 and pay a registration fee of $65 (after June
1, $75); the fee for the first 35 to sign up will be
refunded after they meet their volunteer commitment.
The volunteer package includes a golf shirt, wind vest
and hat or visor; weeklong parking pass; meals while
working; volunteer appreciation party invitation; and $50
worth of McCormick & Schmick's gift certificates.
To volunteer or for additional information, go to www.ceclassic.com,
call the tournament office at 410-234-6197 or e-mail email@example.com.
Welch Online Help
Ask Welch Now is the new live interactive online help
service that uses the expertise of Welch librarians and
staff to provide answers to questions, research help and
guidance navigating Welch Library resources in a
collaborative environment. Welch staff have the ability to
communicate with users using Internet chat, and at the same
time, they can browse along with users visiting various
resources and Web sites.
This service is available during the Welch Library
Service Center's peak hours, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Users can
find the Ask Welch Now service on all Welch Library Web
site pages. The home page is www.welch.jhu.edu.
Certificate in Nonprofit Studies
The Institute for Policy Studies is
accepting applications and course registrations for its
summer classes in the
Certificate in Nonprofit Studies Program. Two courses
are offered: Program Development and Resolving Differences
Constructively, which will meet on the Baltimore, Homewood
and Washington campuses.
This part-time program is designed to develop and
enhance the knowledge and practical skills needed by
nonprofit staff and volunteers to run successful
organizations. The certificate courses may be applied
toward a nonprofit concentration in the Hopkins MBA and/or
MS/ODSHR degrees. Classes begin in June. For more
information, call 410-516-5389 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grant Writing Workshop
The Professional Development Office at JHMI is sponsoring
an intensive workshop on grant writing to assist new
faculty, clinical fellows and postdocs with writing an NIH
or other peer-reviewed grant application. Cost is $1,100,
payable with tuition remission.
The workshop consists of a full-day didactic session
on Monday, July 25, which all participants attend, followed
by a small discussion session on one of four dates: Aug.
24, Aug. 25, Sept. 8 or Sept. 9.
For additional information, including how to register,
contact the Professional Development Office at 410-502-2804
or by e-mail to
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