The Pipeline Project is excited to announce that our applications for our 2018 Literacy Arts Alternative Spring Break Program are open! Looking for a meaningful way to spend your spring break? Look no further!
Pipeline recruits a group of UW undergraduates to volunteer on a Literacy Arts project with elementary, middle or high school kids in rural and tribal communities around Washington during spring break.
Dear Friends of OMAD,
On behalf of the OMAD Multicultural Outreach & Recruitment Office, I am pleased to announce the 2017-2018 Student Ambassador Program is accepting new applications.
Please help us spread the word to your outstanding students interested in making a difference!
What is a Student Ambassador?
Working as part of the Multicultural Outreach & Recruitment team, Student Ambassadors are influential student leaders engaged in creative, empowerment-based activities to encourage high school and middle-school students to pursue higher education.
It’s time to apply for Alternative Spring Break (ASB) – a chance for UW students to contribute to rural and tribal communities around Washington, have a cross-cultural, immersive exchange, and team-teach and mentor in K-12 settings!
We could not be more excited to advertise our two SCIENCE ASB programs (STEM and Environmental Science), flyers attached, which serve youth ages 10-18.
(If you are interested in Literacy ASB, applications will be out for that Monday Nov 13th!)
By building relationships and providing dynamic curriculum, Science ASB programs cultivate an interest in science, the self-esteem, and the leadership of the K-12 youth we work with.
Please help us spread the word for this great cultural exchange program that builds a bridge between domestic students and international students. Fall quarter applications closes on September 28th. And it is undergraduates only at this point.
Let us make this large UW campus smaller for you! Unite UW is now accepting fall quarter applications!
With approximately 31,000 undergraduates on campus, we understand the challenge to adapt and to connect.
Please help distribute the blurb below for Unit UW program, an official cultural exchange program housed at the Division of Student Life. We are recruiting 30 domestic and 30 international/exchange students for spring. Thank you so much.
Unite UW, Portal to the World
Find your community, broaden your horizon! Unite UW is now accepting applications for spring quarter. Student Life’s Unite UW is an on campus cultural and personal exchange program that connects domestic students with exchange/international students.
It is that time of the year again: MESA Day 2017!
And we need YOU! Volunteers to help us prepare for, set up, and run our STEM Celebration and Competition.
You have either volunteered in the past or signed up to volunteer, we would like to see you at MESA Day again this year.
Also, please share this volunteer opportunity with your extended network.
Pipeline Project is currently recruiting for Spring Quarter tutor and mentor opportunities. We are a tutoring outreach program that aims to connect UW undergraduates with tutoring and mentoring opportunities in Seattle Public K-12 Schools and local community organizations servicing K-12 students. We partner with over 50 K-12 schools, who are flexible and eager to have wonderful UW students be tutors.
We are excited to announce our first clean-up of 2017!
Saturday, January 28
Here’s what you need to know:
10:00 AM Saturday, January 28
1698 E Union St, Seattle, WA 98122.
What to bring:
We will provide all necessary equipment
(trash grabbers, bags, and gloves).
As usual, we will provide coffee and a light breakfast.
Bring appropriate clothing for the weather!
We know it’s the first week of Winter Quarter, but why not plan your Spring Break plans now! Apply to Pipeline’s amazing FREE domestic study abroad to rural and tribal parts of Washington State for spring break. Applications to Literacy Arts Alternative Spring Break are open until January 13th.
The Pipeline Project recruits a group of UW undergraduates to volunteer on a literacy arts project with elementary, middle or high school kids in rural Washington during spring break.