2. FALL '98 INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY:
MaryPIRG is now hiring students for internships in the fall. MaryPIRG, the Maryland Public Interest Research Group, is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, environmental, consumer, and community service organization. We are currently hiring students for 3-6 credit internships working to save the Alaska wilderness, ending hunger and homelessness, stopping sprawl and over-development, protecting consumers, establishing a food salvage program with dining services, voter registration, protecting our water, and many others. Our internships teach students skills in grassroots organizing, research, project coordination, and media relations.
3. FIRST-YEAR ADVOCATES:
Those who are doing their internships during the summer should submit a proposal as soon as possible.
4. SECOND-YEAR ADVOCATES:
Capstone paper due on or before May 13th (3-4 typed pages, double-spaced). Give your reactions to the Advocates program, especially the benefits and your suggestions for the improvement of the program.
5. AL'S "ADVOCACY PROJECTS" GROUP:
A report of what your group did and the success of your efforts is due on or before May 13th (3-4 typed pages, double-spaced). What did you learn? What suggestions do you have for those who might do a similar project? What ideas do you have for other advocacy projects? (One report for the group; include all student's names).