Commuter & Off-Campus Student Events
Commuter Student Council Social - 1/24 cosponsred by NYU Dining Services
Tuesday, January 24th from 12:30pm to 2pm |
Kimmel Center, Room 802
Join Commuter Student Council for the first Social of the spring. This week's social is cosponsored by NYU Dining Services. Lunch will be provided.
Join on Facebook : NYU Commuter Student Council / Contact the E-Council at CSC@nyu.edu
CSC Commuter Escape - 1/26 Karaoke Night
Thursday, January 26th at 5:00pm |
Every Thursday the Commuter Student Council hosts a fun social program with a different theme. This week CSC will be hosting a Karaoke Night.
The Reality Show: NYU
Wednesday, January 25th from 8:00pm to 9:30pm |Join on Facebook : NYU Commuter Student Council / Contact the E-Council at CSC@nyu.edu
The Reality Show: NYU is a gritty, funny musical about the lives of NYU students as they experience an array of confounding, confusing, and exciting issues. Tickets are free with NYU ID at Ticket Central.
Class Activities Boards
Class Activities Boards are a great way for NYU undergraduate students to get involved with campus life, meet other active students, plan interesting and fun events, and gain valuable leadership experience. Each Class Activities Board provides engagin programming for the members of its class, from across all of the various schools at NYU. This semester the Class Activities Boards will meet in the NYU Student Resource Center Conference Room (2nd Floor, Kimmel Center):
-Class of 2015 on Wednesdays, from 5-6pm
-Class of 2014 on Tuesdays, from 5-6pm
Creative Writing: Intro to Fiction & Poetry
An additional section of the College of Arts & Science's popular Creative Writing: Intro to Fiction & Poetry course (CRWRI-UA.815.010) is now open to NYU students for the Spring 2012 semester. The course meets Tuesday/Thursday, 8am-9:15am. If you have any questions about the course, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
$1000 Funded Internship via Wasserman
Wasserman has established a Funded Internship Award to support students pursuing unpaid internships at non-profits, international
organizations, arts institutions, and other industries that traditionally do not pay their interns. This $1,000
scholarship affords students the opportunity to participate in career exploration and experiential learning
through unpaid career-related internships, gives students access to professional networks in the US and
abroad, and facilitates the lifelong learning skills associated with solid career development.