BEFORE YOU GO HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS, WHY DON’T YOU SIGN UP TO BE A MESA TUTOR!
Apply for Alternative Spring Break in Science Mentorship! Inspire leadership, learning and interest in science among Native youth of the Yakama Nation. Students of all majors are encouraged to apply! Deadline is Friday, Dec 2nd.
More info here: http://tinyurl.com/ASB-Science
Please include this message in your list serve:
Want to do something meaningful over Spring Break this year?
Inspire leadership, learning and interest in science among Native youth of the Yakama Nation, and gain experience facilitating science projects!
We want to make sure UW students know about the new Science Exploration Alternative Spring Break programs in the Yakama Nation. We want to build a team diverse in strengths and experiences, and always seek representational leadership. Students of all majors are encouraged to apply. Both programs are for-credit opportunities.
Visit the Science ASB website page Here
The online application is Here
Deadline: Wednesday, November 30th
If you have any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tutor at an elementary, middle or high school in Seattle during Winter Quarter with the UW Pipeline Project!
The UW Pipeline Project recruits, trains and places UW students as volunteer tutors in Seattle schools and community organizations. We are recruiting tutors for Spring quarter to work with about 40 different schools, and would love to have you!
Volunteer during Winter Quarter:
We’ll help you get set up tutoring in a K-12 classroom or community organization.
Dear College of the Environment Undergrads,
Do you love your College of the Environment major? Do you want to share your passion for the environment with future students? If so, then you would be a great fit for our brand new College of the Environment Undergraduate Student Ambassador Program!
Learn more and apply by November 28: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/coenvadv/316950
Juvenile Salmon/Fish Community Study in Hood Canal
Project Description for Volunteers
We will be sampling the nearshore fish communities of Hood Canal, Admiralty Inlet, and the Strait of Juan de Fuca using two sizes of beach seine (for channel margins and beaches) and fyke nets (for tidal sloughs and small creeks). The primary goal of the project is to determine habitat usage by juvenile salmonids (specifically summer chum) so that the Washington State Salmon Recovery Funding Board can prioritize their habitat restoration projects in a manner that is most beneficial for salmon recovery.
DO SOMETHING AMAZING THIS WINTER QUARTER FOR A LOCAL STUDENT
It is already time for you to register for Winter quarter. Seattle MESA would like to invite you to make a difference next quarter in a high school student’s life. We are recruiting UW students for our tutoring program.
If you are a dynamic student that has a passion for tutoring STEM subjects and a desire to help a high school student in his/her math and/or science class, this program is for you.
!!!Welcome back students!!!
This is a great opportunity for you to make a difference
Seattle MESA is recruiting UW students for their tutoring program.
If you are a dynamic student that has a passion for STEM subjects and a desire to help a high school student in his/her Math and/or Science classes, this program is for you. If you are interested in providing STEM focused tutoring to a high school student please contact Joffrey Hooks at email@example.com or (206) 685-7907.
We are currently recruiting volunteer naturalists for the Cedar River Salmon Journey program and would appreciate your help in sharing this volunteer opportunity. The Cedar River Salmon Journey program helps to educate Puget Sound residents about salmon and watershed health through high quality interpretative programs at salmon viewing locations in the Cedar River Watershed. Naturalists share their love and knowledge of the Cedar River Watershed, the salmon that share the river with us and the everyday actions we can all take to help salmon thrive.
The Office of the VP for Student Life, in partnership with the ASUW Student Food Cooperative, the Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center (ECC), the Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center and the HUB, is launching a campus food pantry that aims to provide basic nutritional assistance for UW students, staff, and faculty. To participate in the pantry, the only requirement is a Husky card.