Co-op Education – Your Ticket To A Full-Time Job
Of the 633 UND Graduates who completed the Career Services’ 2010-11 Employment Survey, 49% or 310 students indicated they had participated in an internship
or co-op education placement.
A total of 26% or about 80 students accepted permanent positions from their intern or co-op employer. These students also reported an average
salary $3,650 higher than students who did not participate in these programs.
Do the math and then check into doing a co-op or internship. Contact Co-op Education in Career Services, 701 777-3904 or
New Online Tutoring Service Available-Free
The N.D. State Library now offers free online tutoring and other academic resources for all grade levels including college
level courses. UND Students will need their ODIN library cards to access the service.
Tutoring Hours: Sunday through Thursday, 6:00PM – 10:00PM.
- Tutors are available in all levels of math, the sciences, social studies and English.
- Copies of the tutoring sessions are archived so students can review the material covered.
- Students can also select the tutor with whom they want to work.
Online Resource Library: Open 24 Hours, 7 Days a Week
The Library has supplemental materials, e.g., worksheets, study guides and videos, test preparation booklets for the
ACT, SAT and graduate school entrance tests, civil service tests and GED exams.
Go to: http://www.tutorND.com
For information on all the tutoring resources available at UND, go to the DSS website at:
Read & Write Gold - Free Software for Reading And
“Read&Write Gold” software improves the user’s reading comprehension and written work. It works seamlessly within other applications,
such as Microsoft Word and Internet Explorer and on both PC’s and Mac’s. Best of all, it’s FREE to all UND students, faculty and
staff. The software was funded by the Student Technology Fee.
For more information about this program and how to get your free copy, Read&Write.
Need A Tutor?
UND has a variety of FREE tutoring options, including a 24/7 online tutoring program. Click here for the complete list.
REPORTING ACCESS PROBLEMS IS EVERYBODY’S RESPONSIBILITY
CALL THE ADA LINE
(also the Facilities 24 hour line) to report barriers in the facilities or programs at UND 777-2591 or 777-2796 (TDD)
Disability Services Staff