Commuter & Off-Campus Student Events
Commuter Student Council Social - 1/31 cosponsred by Marc Wais, VP Student Affairs
Tuesday, January 31st from 12:30pm to 2pm |
Kimmel Center, Room 914
Join Commuter Student Council for some free food and hear from this week's co-sponsor Marc Wais, VP Student Affairs.
Join on Facebook : NYU Commuter Student Council / Contact the E-Council at CSC@nyu.edu
Commuter Study Abroad Info Session 2/1
Wednesday, February 1st, 4pm-5pm
Kimmel Center, SRC Conference Room Suite 210
Always wanted to go to London? Italy? Ireland? Attend this information session to hear from commuter students who studied abroad. Hear about their experiences abroad and tips about the application process, study abroad options and grants/scholarships.
CSC Commuter Escape - 2/2 "Night Night Dolls"
Thursday, February 2nd at 5:00pm |
Every Thursday the Commuter Student Council hosts a fun social program with a different theme. This week, join SERVE!, CommUnity and CSC at as they help make dolls for traumatized children with "Night Night Dolls," a non-profit organization started by a fellow NYU student. To learn more about the non-profit organization check out this NYU LOCAL article.
Get Involved! Go to Club Fest! - 1/31
Tuesday, January 31st, 3-7pm Kimmel Center 4th floor E&L
The Center for Student Activities, Leadership and Service (CSALS) host an annual Club Fest to introduce students to the 400 student organizations registered with the office. The Club Fest provides an opportunity for students to learn more about the diverse array of CSALS recognized student clubs and organizations as well as CSALS recognized fraternities and sororities.
Volunteer with SERVE! and Help "Computers For Youth"
Come out and help SERVE! teach young children how to use computers on Saturday, February 4th in Brooklyn with non-profit organization "Computers For Youth". You don't need to be an expert with technology, all you need is a desire to help out! Hurry and RSVP your spot before space runs out. To RSVP, email Kim Lopes.
Intergroup Dialogue: Engage the Discourse on Diversity and Social Justice
Undergraduate participants: Deadline, February 5, 2012
Applications now available for undergraduate participants for Intergroup Dialogue (IGD). IGD is a nationally recognized 1-credit course that brings together small groups of undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds to share their experiences and gain new knowledge related to diversity and social justice. This 8-week course takes place in the spring semester.
Click here to see a video from Spring 2011 Participants share about their experiences.
NYU MLK WEEK 2012 "The Future of Diversity: Here and Now" - February 6th-11th
For the seventh-consecutive year, the University will commemorate Dr. King’s visit and his legacy by hosting a week-long schedule of special events and programs. This year’s theme is intended to open up critical dialogue around where we are, and where we are going, on the path towards social change and social justice. Also, check out MLK Week of Service; February 6-11, 2012, sponsored by the Center for Student Activities, Leadership and Service. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or click here http://www.nyu.edu/life/events-traditions/mlk-week/mlk-service.html
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
Get Up to $20,000 for a Green Grant! Apply now!
Since 2007, dozens of NYU faculty, staff and students have received funding for campus sustainability projects like the NYU Bike Share, NYU Green Lease and Psychology and the Environment course. Today, these are all institutionalized elements of our university working to sustainably transform our campus. Learn more here.
$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.