Mailed in via carrier pigeon from Molly Grund ’16:
Type Club is a student-run graphic design collective and we are looking for new designers! We work to create logos, posters and other branding work for student groups at Wesleyan and for organizations affiliated with the University (student-created businesses, apps, etc.) If you’d like to join or if you’re just interested in what we do, please come! It will be the most fun ever guaranteed.
P.S. If you can’t make it but would still like to apply, please email wesdesigned[at]gmail[dot]com
Date: Tuesday, February 3rd
Time: 8PM – 9PM
Place: Digital Design Studio (In the DAC)
From the infamous Matt “Mr. Career Center” Donahue ’14:
Kantar Retail is a global insight and consultancy firm that delivers tangible and transformational growth solutions to the world’s leading manufacturers and retailers.
Join us for an info session and FREE desserts from Fusion Bakery!
Date: Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Place: Usdan 108
Presenters: Chi Le ’13 and Matt Donahue ’14
From Rachie Weisberg ’15 and Co-op kids,
This Monday we will be holding an info session to learn about Wesleyan’s local co-op. The co-op aims to provide direct access for Wesleyan students to fresh, locally grown and produced foods including veggies, fruits, cheese, meat, eggs, dairy, bread, tofu, seitan and granola. Every week these products will be brought straight from the farmers to you. Mmmmm.
The meeting is not required to sign up for the co-op but it is highly recommended as we will be going over many changes of our restructured system including how to pay for the co-op, where to pick up and more!
Where: Shanklin 107
When: Monday 9/8 at 8pm
Event post: F.Book
Cost: Free (the info sesh, not the fresh veggies. Come to find out their price!)
From Erica Arensman ’17:
Do you like to argue? Do you love watching Legally Blonde but think all the courtroom scenes are terribly unrealistic? Are you interested in putting on a costume and pretending to be a policeman with a Russian accent?
If any of those things apply to you, Wes Mock Trial wants YOU to come to our info session this Friday at 6pm. We’ll be answering any questions you have about the team, and you’ll be able to learn about try-outs and sign up for a time slot.
Check out the Facebook event page here for the location, and contact Simon or Erica with any questions/concerns.
WesMock President Simon Chen ’16: schen04[at]wesleyan[dot]edu
WesMock Vice President Erica Arensman ’17: earensman[at]wesleyan[dot]edu
Date: Friday, September 5th
Bring your brunch on Sunday, March 30 and hear about Jacob’s experiences as a Venture for America Fellow in Las Vegas. This is an opportunity to not only learn more about VFA but also to discuss community-catalyzing investment and his adjustment to work with startups and life in a new city.
Jacob Eichengreen ’13 is a VFA fellow working with VegasTechFund, a part of Downtown Project that seeks to build a vibrant tech community and diversify the local economy in downtown Las Vegas by investing in early-stage startups. Jacob recruits promising companies who will support the startup ecosystem and facilitates their relocation and expansion.
Date: Sunday, March 30
Time: 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
Place: Usdan 110
From the lovely Kate Weiner ’15 who does everything on this campus with so much class:
Interested in learning more about urban farming, environmental education, and community development? Would you like to work on an urban farm during the summer? Come to a brief information session as part of “Reciprocity: Urban Gardens, Female Farmers, and Community Development” to learn more about opportunities to get outside and grow food.
There will be homemade granola! And if you can’t come but would like to intern at a farm, send an e-mail to Kate at kweiner(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.
Date: Friday, February 21
Time: 2:00-2:30 PM
Place: Memorial Zelnick Pavilion
FoodCorps, nationwide service network dedicated to healthy food, is having an information session on campus:
FoodCorps is a nationwide team of leaders that connects kids to real food and helps them grow up healthy.
We do that by placing motivated leaders in limited-resource communities for a year of public service. Working under the direction of local partner organizations, we implement a three-ingredient recipe for healthy kids. Our service members:
– Teach kids about what healthy food is and where it comes from
– Build and tend school gardens
– Bring high-quality local food into public school cafeterias
FoodCorps is in Connecticut! We have 12 service members are doing this work in school districts across the state. Come learn about FoodCorps, what is happening in Connecticut, and how you can get involved!
Learn more about the FoodCorps application and about FoodCorps Connecticut. Feel free to email Syed Ali ’13 with questions at syed.ali[at]foodcorps[dot]org.
Date: Thursday, February 13th (Valentine’s Day Eve)
Place: Olson Commons, Wesleyan Career Center, 41 Wyllys
From the Office of International Studies:
At this informative meeting, Nadja Aksamija (Associate Professor of Art History) and Carolyn Sorkin (Director of International Studies) will present the Eastern College Consortium, Wesleyan’s study-abroad program in Bologna, Italy. A pizza lunch will be provided. Come with questions!
Date: Thursday, January 30th
Time: 12:00 – 1:00
Place: RLL Lounge: 300 High Street, Rm. 106
A note for potential tutors from Angela Yoo ’15:
Do you love to work with really cute kids? Join WesMath/WesReads! Minimum of 1 hour commitment per week. Tutor students in grades 2-5 at Macdonough Elementary School or Farm Hill Elementary School. All interested/returning tutors must attend a training session (dates/times listed below). All training sessions will be held in Allbritton 311. Hope to see you there!
Learn more at our website.
Dates/Times: Sunday, Jan. 26 at 2:00 PM or Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 7:00 PM (for returning tutors)
Sunday, Feb. 2 at 2:00 PM or Tuesday, Feb. 4 at 7:00 PM (for new tutors)
Place: Allbritton 311
An invitation from Chelsie Green ’14:
Did you know that a fairly large sum is given to Concert Committee every year for any student to book a concert? Are you interested in booking a concert but don’t know how to? Come see us this Friday at 5pm in PAC 001!
Date: Friday, January 24 (tomorrow!)
Time: 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Place: PAC rm. 001