National Education for Women’s Leadership
Reminder: Application deadline is April 3
Are you an undergraduate or graduate student with an interest in becoming a leader in your community?
Are you committed to bringing better representation for women in all fields?
Apply for the 2015 Alene Moris National Education for Women’s Leaders Institute.
The Alene Moris National Education for Women’s (NEW) Leadership Institute is part of a national program started by Rutgers University in 1991.
Greetings, UW Students-
The Office of Community Standards and Student Conduct is currently seeking new student members for the University Disciplinary Committee (UDC). The University Disciplinary Committee is comprised of students and faculty who hear disciplinary cases on behalf of the University. Students who have allegedly violated the Student Conduct Code can appear before the University Disciplinary Committee or may choose to have an informal hearing with a Community Standards and Student Conduct Hearing Officer.
Do you like challenges and working with kids? Then, this is an opportunity for you.
Queen Anne Elementary is looking for mentors for its First Annual Science Fair. We
are calling all graduate students interested in leading a team of 4th
students. Mentors will work with their teams for two to four hours a week, on
Tuesday, Thursday or Friday afternoons for ten weeks.
Hello UW Students!
We are excited to announce Green Dot’s Fall Quarter Bystander Training and we want you to come be a part of it.
For those of you who are not aware, Green Dot is a movement spreading across our campus with the goal of putting an end to sexual violence in our community. For more information on Green Dot, visit our website: http://depts.washington.edu/livewell/saris/green-dot/
Students who have completed the Training have said they got out of the experience:
-an opportunity to meet other students
-the confidence/skills to step in and make a difference in the campus community
-a great addition to their resume and professional experience
-a free UW t-shirt and tasty Chipotle!
My name is Savannah and I’m serving as the Director of UW Leaders, and entity of the Associated Students of University of Washington (ASUW). I’m currently reaching out to different communities across campus to make sure they know about the UW Leaders program and that it is an excellent opportunity for all first, second, and transfer-third year students. It would help our program maximize outreach if you could send out the following message to your list-servs.
Urgent! Volunteers Needed for Summer Chum Trap!
The Salmon Center is looking for some volunteers to help fill in a few holes in our schedule as we head into the last few weeks of trapping.
Monday, Oct 6th, 13th, 8-12pm
Wednesday, Oct 1st, 8th, 5-10pm
Friday, Oct 3rd, 5-10pm
Sunday, Oct 5th, 12th, 10pm-8am
If you would like to help on any of these dates, please contact Seth at seth.
The Dream Project is a student-run organization with over 400 mentors that support high school students in low-income areas in Seattle on applying to college and other post-secondary planning.
Mentor students on the crazy process that is college admissions & beyond!
You can take it for 2 credits or volunteer. For credit, register for EDUC 260 and EDUC 369 on your UW registration.
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Seattle MESA (math, engineering, and science achievement) has a wonderful volunteer opportunity! Please pass this along to anyone in your networks who may be interested in volunteering with Seattle-area high school students.
Take care, Leah
UW Women’s Center
Making Connections Program
Join Our Community!
Making A Connection Forms Solidarity!
Our MissionThe Making Connections Program started in 1998, assisting low-income and first-generation students with college-readiness and guiding them with their goals through a practical, committed, and mentor-focused approach. Now in its 16th year, Making Connections has increased its cohort of students to 105 students, ranging from 9th-12th graders.
Do you want to have an impact on the future of STEM Education?
The STEM OUT program seeks to broaden participation in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math for youth from backgrounds historically under-represented in the STEM fields. We connect and support UW students and STEM professionals as mentors to high school students at TAF Academy (a public, STEM-focused school) in the South Seattle area.