From Kerry Nix ’15:
, Wesleyan’s very own non-profit, is holding its SECOND MEETING OF THE YEAR TONIGHT! Come to Usdan 110 at 9pm, where we’ll be planning projects to raise funds and spread awareness about health and sanitation issues in Bangladesh slums. New members are always welcome!
Date: Today, September 24
Time: 9 pm
Place: Usdan 110
For both for-profit and non-profit social enterprises, grants can be an important source of startup funds. However, the grant writing process can be mysterious, frustrating and difficult to navigate. Learn how to 1: research the grant opportunities that are right for your project 2: cultivate relationships with foundation staff 3: present your mission and vision in ways that are attractive and compelling to grant makers.
Date: Tuesday, September 25th
Time: 5:00-6:30 PM
Place: Downey House 113 (Hobbs Classroom)
Get paid to write? WHOA! From Emma Mohney ’12 and Max Bevilacqua GRAD, Ford and Russell Fellows:
Are you interested in writing, editing, and blogging? Do you want to be involved in shaping a community of writers on campus? Do you already have dozens of writing-related bookmarks on your internet browser? Are you eager to add publishing credit and writing experience to your resume? We want you to work with us to help develop, promote and write for the Wesleyan Writing Blog!
Apply TODAY for a paid editorial position with the Wesleyan Writing Blog!!
Talia Baurer ’15 wants you to start off Yom Kippur right this year:
Come to the Bayit Tuesday night for a group reflection activity to start off the year! You may have done a version of this activity before, but this time it will fulfill your wildest dreams… of reflecting. Basically, a leader reads out statements and people stand on one side of the room if the statement applies to them, the other if it doesn’t, or stand in the middle if they are unsure, don’t want to answer, or anything else that isn’t yes or no. It is a serious (and hopefully meaningful) activity, and there will be a brief discussion afterwards for those who want to participate.
Date: Tuesday, September 25
Time: 9:00-10:30 PM
Place: The Bayit (157 Church St)
To all ye Democrats, a message from “King of the Dems” Ben Florsheim ’14: the College Democrats of Connecticut are hosting their yearly convention right on our home turf this Saturday, September 29th! Here’s the scoop:
The CDCT Annual Convention will be a great way for students to learn valuable campaign skills and to meet / hear from other Democratic students and elected officials. Among other things, there will be a “Campaign 101” training session, various speakers (such as local and state officials, campaign workers, etc.) and then door knocking for Chris Murphy, Connecticut’s Democratic candidate for US Senate.
Additionally, if you are interested in running for a leadership position in CDCT, such as President, Vice-President, Secretary or Treasurer, email Ben for more information. And last, but certainly not least: free lunch and dinner will be provided for all attendees!
- When: Saturday, Sept. 29, 12PM – 5ish PM
- Where: Woodhead Lounge, Exley 184
- Misc: FREE FOOD