The Resolution Project provides seed funding and mentorship for young leaders launching new social enterprises, by inviting undergraduates to attend host conferences to propose impactful, socially-responsible projects in the Resolution Social Venture Challenge (SVC).
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CollegeSpring, a nonprofit organization helping students enter college, is looking to higher undergraduate mentors to act as role models and tutors in 12 different high schools in NY.
CUNY’s School of Professional Studies will be offering the following online courses during the winter session (they will run from 1/4 through 1/25). Students will need to submit ePermits and have them approved in order to register. BUS 200 Introduction … Continued
We have step-by-step instructions for how to use the ePermit system as a CUNY BA student up here: http://cunyba.gc.cuny.edu/epermit/!
TEDxCUNY 2015 will explore the physical and socially constructed borders between peoples, places, and communities, as well as challenge how borders divide and unite us. What brings people together? What pushes them away?
ANTHC 401.61 Anthropology & Energy M/Th 2:45-4pm HN C002 Prof. Leo Coleman Turn on a light bulb, swipe your metrocard, fill up at the gas pump: these daily activities make each of us part of a giant technological system for the production and … Continued
PATHWAYS COURSE ANTHC 101.00 – Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Multiple Sections! Your gateway to a major or minor and fulfills core requirement: Individual & Society. Consult CUNY First for schedule. NEW PATHWAYS CLASS FOR SPRING 16 Fulfills requirement for US … Continued
Straight from her assignment in Brazil, Usha Pitts takes on as the Diplomat in Residence at City College. Diplomats in Residence (DIRs) are career Foreign Service Officers and Specialists located throughout the U.S. who provide guidance and advice on careers, internships and … Continued
The Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Program is now accepting applications for the 2016 Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship
CUNY’s standalone ePermit system in the CUNY Portal is now a thing of the past. Starting with Winter/Spring 2016 registration ePermit will be integrated into CUNYfirst where students will be able to create permits via the Student Center. We’re encouraging … Continued
Queens College is offering the following study abroad programs during the winter session this year. Their application deadline for application is October 26. Please don’t hesitate to contact them with any questions: http://www.qc.cuny.edu/studyabroad Australia Australia and Cross Cultural Management … Continued
“In the 50 years since its founding, the White House Fellows Program has helped prove that those who love their country can change it. Our Nation needs your drive and talent, and we hope you consider applying to the program.” … Continued
Baruch College is hosting a Work Abroad Fair on October 13, from 12:30-2:30 pm, in the Newman Library building, 151 E. 25th St, in room 750. Representatives from Global Experiences, Intrax, the French-American Chamber of Commerce, Leave UR Mark, World … Continued
We’re please to announce that the College of Staten Island will be offering the following study abroad programs during the 2015-16 winter session. Shanghai, CHINA – Chinese Language and Economy San Jose, COSTA RICA – Transcultural Nursing and Global Health … Continued
Assembly Member Daniel O’Donnell’s New York City community office is seeking Fall Interns. Students interested in public service will have the opportunity to get real-life experience in an active, fast-paced, New York City government office. The program offers interns the … Continued