Special Collections & University Archive's COVID-19 community archiving project is ongoing. Examples of content that can be submitted are photos, audio recordings, links and poems. Content can be submitted via this google form. All stories are welcome - the goal is to capture the UNI and Cedar Valley communities' experiences during this time. Nothing is too big or too small! Questions can be directed to Jaycie Vos.
AmeriCorps job openings are available for two student workers. The Volunteer Center of Cedar Valley and the Office of Community Engagement are hiring two AmeriCorps Members.The purpose of the AmeriCorps position is to focus on capacity building for student community engagement opportunities, as well as develop new programs and opportunities that enhance student civic awareness. For more information, email Kristina Kofoot.
The College Hill Farmers Market will be on Thursdays 4-6 p.m. This week the market will be on College Street between 22nd and 23rd streets. Fresh produce including lettuce, plant starts, flowers, mushrooms, chicken, lamb, eggs and more will be available. There will be changes with COVID-19. Follow College Hill Farmers Market on Facebook and Instagram for more information.
The Human Resource Services June newsletter is now available online.
TIAA will be holding virtual individual consultations in June. Common questions and topics covered during sessions include: Am I on track for retirement?; Can I add more to my retirement plan and how do I start this?; Is my current mix of investments appropriate?; How do my TIAA investments coordinate with my other plans? Register online .
Human Resource Services will host an informational session on the guidelines and benefits available when retiring from UNI. The hour-long session will be presented by Therese Callaghan, Employee Well-being Coordinator, via Zoom on Wednesday, June 17 at noon. Please register in advance.
Human Resource Services will host an informational session on bridging the gap from your employer health plan to Medicare. The session will be presented by Todd Cooper with Veridian, via Zoom, on June 10 at noon. Please register in advance.
Free financial consultation is being offered through ISU extension. This service is being offered to all Iowans. To connect with a specialist call 1-800-447-1985. To learn more visit the ISU extension finance webpage .
Between June 10 and July 15, Fraternity & Sorority Life will be hosting Virtual Experience sessions designed for prospective, current and transfer students to interact with current members, hear about the fraternity/sorority community at UNI and get the inside scoop on recruitment processes. You can learn more about these events on the Facebook site and register here.