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Listings for Sept. 15

Get out of your room …

FAU Career Day and Technical Fair

If you’ve got some business attire, are an FAU student or alumni and are in serious need of a job, then the FAU Career Day and Technical Fair is a golden opportunity you can’t miss. On Sept. 17, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the FAU Arena on the Boca campus, a lengthy list of employers will be ready and waiting to hire people at this free event. Become one of those lucky people! For more info, call (561) 297-3533. For a list of employers, visit www.fau.edu/cdc. 

Get published and a chance for $

If you’ve written original poetry, fiction or non-fiction, or have done amazing visual artwork, the FAU literary magazine, Coastlines, wants your work. As if being a published wasn’t enough incentive, you’ll be eligible for winning a cash award! Hurry up to unleash your creativity and let your imagination run wild. Submissions should be digital, with file extensions .doc (preferred) or .rtf, and are due no later than Dec. 1 to [email protected]. For more info, contact A.J.  Ferguson at [email protected]. 
 

Get off campus …

Here come The Killers!

Welcome the spookiest month of the year by rocking out to the sick tunes of The Killers. Compete to be heard when you sing their lyrics out loud among thousands of fans starting at 8 p.m. in Miami’s American Airlines Arena on Oct. 3. For more info or tickets, visit www.ticketmaster.com. 

Blink-182 rocks West Palm Beach along with Fall Out Boy, All-American Rejects and Asher Roth

Can it get much sweeter for a rock fan? Starting at 6 p.m., these bands will share the stage at Cruzan Amphitheatre on Sept. 26 with the promise that they’ll rockz your sockz off! Seats are sure to go fast – so don’t even blink, or you’ll miss out on some serious fun and probably get into a sad funk. For tickets or info, visit www.ticketmaster.com 

Party Delux style

Say goodbye to the week’s troubles when you come to Delux, a nightclub and lounge in downtown Delray Beach. Enjoy the DJ’s wide variety of music, work it on the dance floor and chat the night away on lounge chairs and even beds. This adult party paradise is open from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Don’t forget to dress in style. For more info, call (561) 279-4792.  
 

Get good karma …

Have a Heart Walk

Burn calories and help out a worthy cause on Sept. 26 at 7:30 a.m. Jump-start other people to join! You can make it an event and register with your fellow club members. For more info, visit palmbeachheartwalk.kintera.org. 

Get a gig …

Kool kash at Kohl’s

If you have a flexible schedule, have good verbal skills and are energetic, then Kohl’s wants to hire you. Experience is preferred but not necessary. Part- and full-time positions are available. To apply or for more info, visit www.snagajob.com. 

Halloween is just around the corner

If you’re looking to make some quick and hefty cash and have at least one to two years work experience, a temp job at Halloween USA is a perfect fit. You must be willing to climb ladders, lift 50 pounds, be able to multitask and have a flexible schedule. To apply or for more info, visit www.snagajob.com. 

Get creative at Michael’s

If you’re knowledgeable, outgoing and responsible, then you could be hired as Michael’s customer experience associate. Not only will you be performing cashier duties, but you’ll be primarily responsible for giving customers the very best impression of Michael’s. To apply, visit www.snagajob.com. 

Get free money …

How my essay scored me $2,000

Got good writing skills? Debate your position on capital punishment from a practical, philosophical or ethical standpoint in essay form. If you make a mighty argument, the judges may feel compelled to grant you $2,000. The deadline is Oct. 1 at 11:59 p.m. For more info and guidelines, visit www.textbookX.com. 

Minority Teacher Education Scholarship

If you’re a minority and are a junior or senior student in an approved teacher education program, the Florida Fund wants to grant you some cold, hard and much-needed $. For more info, criteria or an application, visit wise.fau.edu/finaid/typesofaid/other_sch.php and click on the Web site or application link next to the scholarship. 
 

Random listing of the week …

Pre-Law Society is in session

If you’re a pre-law student looking to get an early step-up in your career, joining the Pre-Law Society offers just what you’re looking for and then some. On Wednesdays at 5 p.m. in the Senate Chambers of Boca’s Student Union, meet new people, gain valuable friendships, and take up internships that may catapult you to success. For more info, contact Guilherme Massetti at [email protected]

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