Computer users of all skill levels are encouraged to stop by for support, demonstrations and advice, and will be entered into a raffle for prizes such as an Epson color printer, a color scanner and a World Wide Web-page design program with a few hours of one-on-one training.
Hot cocoa, cider and cookies will be served.
The event is being held to highlight the variety of full-time, part-time and temporary secretarial positions at Boston College, and to provide information on salaries and benefits, including tuition programs for employee, spouse and children.
For more information, see the related Web site at http://www.bc.edu/bc_org/hvp/jo/secy_oh.html
The Fulton Society maintained its ranking as the number one team in the Northeast district, ahead of Cornell and Harvard universities.
Children who will be between the ages of 2 years, 9 months and 5 by Sept. 1 are eligible for the program. Lots are drawn according to available openings, age group and employee or student category.
Interested parents may register for the lottery through the center's World Wide Web page at http://www.bc.edu/bc_org/hvp/cc/lottery1.html. The deadline for registration is Jan. 6. For additional information, contact Barbara Krakowsky at ext.2-3089.
The book is a collection of papers on black history by BC graduate students presented through the Grow Your Own Project, which offers encouragement to African-American graduate students pursuing academic careers.
Contributors and their faculty advisors will be present at the reception, as will international award-winning artist Synthia Saint James, who produced the publication's cover art.
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