February 09, 5:30pm at the Persimmons Room (IMU)
Do you enjoy giving back to others, serving as a resource, or helping others develop to their fullest potential? If so, the FASE Mentoring Program is beginning its recruitment for peer mentors for the Fall 2015. If you are interested in attending one of our call-out sessions, please click on the link to complete the survey and let us know which one you will be attending https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FS5GD3B.
There will be refreshments provided!
June 12th – July 17th, 2014 in Albuquerque, NM
Our NHI summer internships give a chance for students to work in Indigenous communities of NM/AZ on community health projects. Focus is on community-driven, sustainable projects and interns are assigned to projects based on their interests and abilities. For more information and application: http://www.lovingservice.us/2015_summer_internships. Application deadline is March 1st, 2015
April 10-12th (Fri-Sun), 2015 in Albuquerque, NM
This three-day immersion into Indigenous culture and health brings together healers and healers-in-training from across the United States. Speakers will include Tribal leaders, traditional healers, youth and elders, with topics ranging from historical trauma, intersection of traditional and Western medicine, and skill-building workshops (community asset mapping, cultural humility). Application deadline is February 1st, 2015. Cost to attend IHLI is $90 which includes meals, transportation, and housing. For more information and application: http://www.lovingservice.us/2015_ihli
February 5, 7-8:15pm at Student Building Room 050
Want to travel to Mexico this summer? Attend this informational meeting to learn more about the summer course, “Service Learning, Heritage, Ecology & Community Tourism in Yucatán, Mexico.” To apply for course and details: http://www.osea-cite.org/program/IUB_service_learning_Yucatan.php. Join us for pizza and refreshments and learn about this exciting opportunity to work with indigenous community partners to help them develop marketing for tourism attractions!
First Round Deadline: February 09
MLT is an 18 month career development fellowship for underrepresented students in any major. It includes four free trips to skill development seminars all over the US (travel and accommodation included), individualized and personal career development coaching, an alumni base of over 4000 professionals, and exposure to over 60 prestigious companies. Continue reading “Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT)”
February 01, 6-8pm at Boxcar Books (408 E. 6th St.)
Want to make a difference in the lives of incarcerated people? Regular volunteers needed to select reading materials for and correspond with inmates. To RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (812) 315-9380. Space is limited!
January 29; 6-7:30pm at La Casa (find me in the sun room)
A four part series will be offered this semester focusing on different aspects of stress and anxiety. Through this series you will have the opportunity to recognize what may be going on for you, what stress/anxiety may look like and how it make affect people, what it looks like in various relationships, and coping skills. Each session will focus on a different aspect and you will have the opportunity to learn and share. There will also be counselors available for anyone who wants to speak with one after the session. Free coffee and snacks will be provided. Everyone who attends ALL four session will qualify for prizes. The first prize is a free massage!
Session 1: What is stress/anxiety and what does it look like? Continue reading “Cafe Con Leche: Stress/Anxiety Series”