Rachel “Big Mama” Levenson ’12 wants y’all to know:
Come engage in a dialogue about what works and what doesn’t in international development. Hear from researchers, alumni and students about their successes and challenges in fields that include public health, education, and technology.
Check out the finalized schedule here!
Date: Saturday, February 18th
Time: 9:30am-5:00pm (feel free to come and go as you please)
Place: 41 Wyllys Avenue, or Old Squash Courts, or that building with the career center in it
Free, no registration required; Free breakfast, (Iguanas Ranas) lunch, and book for those who arrive by 10am.
Mmm. Iguanas Ranas.
Earlier this post’s title mistakenly mentioned that this event is tomorrow. It is not! It is on Saturday. YAY YAY YAY]
“Zach loves to subtitle EVERYTHING.”
Amy Torres ’12 hopes you can put your tongue to good use.
Looking for a great work-study or volunteer job? Speak Spanish? Ever heard of Wesleyan ESL?
The Wesleyan ESL program matches Wesleyan students with members of Wesleyan’s custodial staff interested in taking English classes. The program is seeking a new coordinator for the upcoming year to be part the Office of Community Service’s student staff and run the ESL program. Training will start this semester and the full coordinating position will start in the fall.
Interested? Click here to read more about the job responsibilities and apply!
All applications are due by Friday, February 10th
Color-coordinated Eliana Theodorou ’12 writes in to holla:
First Mass Meeting of the Socially Responsible Investment Coalition
Do you care about where Wesleyan’s money goes? Would you rather see our endowment invested in clean energy than in coal and weapons manufacturers? Would you rather see Wesleyan put its money in local banks who would reinvest in the Middletown community than in big banks? And would you like to do all this while maintaining profitable returns on the endowment so we can all continue to get financial aid?
Then come to the FIRST MASS MEETING OF S.R.I.C., the Socially Responsible Investment Committee. We will be discussing plans for the year, including a campaign for investment transparency, plans to partner with the WSA, and an upcoming conference in New York over fall break to learn more about what other schools are doing! There are lots of ways to get involved this year!
Date: Oct. 6
Time: 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Place: University Organizing Center (between Beta and Eclectic)
Francesca Jones ’12 wants your car. Srsly.
Wes Habitat for Humanity has an incredible opportunity to volunteer in Johns Island, South Carolina during the first week of Spring Break (March 5-12) and needs your help to make it happen! If you have a car and want to spend your first week of Spring Break doing something good for the world, please let us know! The people of South Carolina need you! Email fcjones(at)wesleyan(dot)edu ASAP (this is time sensitive) if you are interested!
Now go forth and do good.