Mara Woods-Robinson ’16 writes in about an awesome screening happening tomorrow:
“An anonymous body in the Arizona desert sparks the beginning of a real-life human drama. The search for identity leads us back across a continent to seek out the people left behind and the meaning of a mysterious tattoo.”
Like film? Activism? Free food? Then join us on Wednesday night for a screening of Who Is Dayani Cristal?, a 2013 award-winning documentary film about immigration politics. The screening will be followed by a live Google Hangout with director Marc Silver. And there will be snacks!
REACT to FILM is a nonprofit organization with chapters in colleges across the nation. We organize screenings of documentary films about social issues, with the hope of generating discussion around the issues and providing the opportunity for students to become involved.
Date: Wednesday, February 26 (tomorrow)
Time: 7 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Place: PAC 001
Are you passionate about social justice? Do you support the elimination of stigma surrounding mental illness? Do you want to get involved with one of Wesleyan’s proud native nonprofits? If so, Shyam Desai ’15 wants you to check out the MINDS Foundation.
Date: Thursday, September 26th
Place: Albritton 304
Website: Facebook Event
From Grad Student Dana Pellegrino:
Come listen to Wesleyan students and alums talk about why clean water saves lives and how they’ve helped to create innovative solutions for contaminated water. Refreshments will be served.
Alum Max Perel-Slater writes in that:
Additionally, we will provide information about the new Maji Safi Group Cardinal Internship for students interested in working with the organization in Shirati, Tanzania during the summer of 2013.
Date: Today, December 5
Place: Allbritton 311
Cost: Free Food!
Below is a message from Adam Rashkoff ’13, Campus Ambassador for Venture for America (VFA), regarding an awesome VFA info session happening tomorrow! Andrew Yang, founder of VFA — the new nonprofit organization that aims to match high achieving college students with
internships full-time jobs at start-up companies in cities across the country — will be on campus to talk about opportunities to become VFA Fellows after graduating from Wes! See more info after the jump.
- What: Venture for America Info Session
- When: Tuesday, September 11th @ 4PM
- Where: PAC 001
- Who: all students are welcome to attend!
This message is brought to you by Health Professions Advisor Peggy Carey Best—and the letters GHC:
Bring your lunch and join us to learn about Global Health Corps Fellowships (with organizations both abroad and in the US). The mission of the GHC is to “strengthen the global health movement through an infusion of new leaders who use experience and community to heighten their impact and bring about change for health equity.” Wesleyan graduate and current GHC Fellow Liana Woskie ’10 will be on campus to talk with you about the program and her work with Partners in Health. Check out the organization’s Web site and please RSVP to be sure that you have a seat at the table: pcbest(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.
Date: Friday, February 3
Time: 12:00 PM
Place: Klinger Conference Room, 41 Wyllys Ave
Que? Go to the new Career Letters History Center whatever and ask someone how to find the Klinger Conference Room.
Barbaralynn Moseman ’13 of WeSTAND writes in to tell y’all ’bout this real cool talk that’s happening Tuesday evening:
WeSTAND Presents: A Rwanda Nonprofit’s Perspective
Come to hear Michael Brotchner, founder of Generation Rwanda and Wes Alum speak about conflict in Rwanda and working as the first executive director for Generation Rwanda. Food from typhoon will be served!
Date: April 19
Time: 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Place: Usdan 108