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SORCE is hiring!
Hello Buffs! Interested in working with Underrepresented Students? SORCE is looking to hire an On Campus Outreach Coordinator and a Public Relations Coordinator!
SORCE is a resource center that helps represent underrepresented students which are students that are considered not a traditional student. Contact SORCE for application:
Glen K. Nogami Scholarship & the Gary L. Higa Friendship Memorial Scholarship
Annually, CMA helps to coordinate the application process for both scholarships that have been dedicated to former CU students. Scholarship deadline is April 18, 2014. Download application guidelines and instructions here:
The CollaborAsian Scholarship was created in order to support higher education and promote awareness in the AAPI community. This $1000 scholarship is geared towards incoming Freshman who plan on enrolling at the University of Colorado at Boulder during the Fall 2014 semester. With this being said, the only requirements you need to be eligible for this specific scholarship are:
· You are a current senior at your high school who plans on graduating this following spring semester (May 2014)
· You plan to (or is leaning towards to) attend the University of Colorado at Boulder starting Fall 2014.
· You are an Asian and/or Pacific Islander American student.
Provided below is the link to the application, and be sure to fill out the application before the deadline date (April 15th, 2014 at 11:59 PM MST). Any essays, resumes, or other documentations should be sent to CollaborAsianBoulder@gmail.com and should contain your name in the title so we can file accordingly.
Hope you take up the opportunity to fill out this very simple application, and we hope to see you up here in the Boulder community next year! If you have any questions, feel free to send me an email at Van.Tran@colorado.edu or CollaborAsianBoulder@gmail.com.
Here is the link to the application:
Paid Summer Internships with The Nature Conservancy's GLOBE Program
Offering internships in the following areas: Conservation/Environmental Studies, Science, Information Technology (Computer Science), Marketing/Business, Marketing (Photo editing/Production Assistant), Communications, MBA Finance, Policy, Government Relations, Audit, and Philanthropy.
Through the GLOBE (Growing Leaders on Behalf of the Environment) internship program, The Nature Conservancy hires students and recent college graduates to fill paid internship positions during a 10-week summer internship. This is a unique opportunity for students and recent graduates to bridge the gap between what is learned in the classroom and on-the-ground work in the world of conservation. Additionally, the GLOBE program provides interns with the chance to directly work toward a sustainable future for our planet on the side of the Conservancy, the world’s largest environmental organization.
This year we have 33 open internship positions and they are all posted at www.nature.org/careers. Students may apply for more than one position. To assist and pass on to students I have attached an overview along with some of the positions open.
Join the Career Services Stduent Advisory Board
Add your voice to Career Services! The Career Services Student Advisory Board (SAB) guides and directs Career Services, providing new insights and the student perspective on events and marketing. The SAB consist of board members in many majors, ages, and levels of engagement with our office. Joining a board is a great leadership opportunity, helps you make an impact on campus, and lets you connect with employers! The board meets twice a semester (with food!) and members are required to attend at least one Career Services event during the year. Contact Dylan Mark (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information and an application!
Impact The Youth Mentoring (iTY) from SORCE
iTY is a program that will reinforce positivity for our youth through college mentoring and providing positive role models for early class high school students. The college students (life models) will be influential supporters and provide guidance, encouragement, and life skills which in turn will help develop self-esteem and self-confidence for youth in our community. The meetings which will be held on campus will demonstrate the importance of a college education and opportunities for positive growth and development. iTY is designed to not only impact the high school students, but will also impact the lives of the life models who will be accountable for the guidance and support of their mentees. Impact the Youth will provide the opportunity to make a difference in each other lives either through mentoring or being a mentee. The schools we work with are New Vista High School and Boulder High School. Contact Bill.email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Interested in Service-Learning Abroad?
Study abroad programs teamed up with IECE to offer service-learning opportunities around the world! Immerse yourself in another culture, learn a language, civically engage with a local organization, and explore issues that the local communities face. Earn credit for your degree. Financial aid and scholarships available. Deadlines for Summer or Fall 2014 programs range from Feb 1 to March 1. Get started today! http://studyabroad.colorado.edu/?go=FAQGettingStarted
Volunteer at the Center for Multicultural Affairs (CMA)
Do you enjoy meeting new people and learning from their perspectives and stories?
Do you have a passion for social justice, multiculturalism and diversity?
Would you like to get involved in making a difference on campus?
Volunteer! Leadership and professional development will be increased while having an opportunity to network and support community issues at CU-Boulder!