Celebrate MLK Day All Month Long!
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion invites you to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. all month long. While the holiday has passed, a variety of events remain, including Meet Us at the Crossroads: Conversations about Healing and Civic Engagement, a presentation on Leading with Empathy, a Virtual Poverty Simulation, and the MLK Creative Writing Contest Event. See the calendar of events for the dates and details!
Community Health 126 — So You Want to Change the World?
Virtual Course: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30-4:50 p.m. CST
Are you passionate about social justice? CHLH 126 (formerly CHLH 199B) is a unique opportunity to learn about supporting survivors and challenging rape culture. This semester-long, 3 credit hour virtual course will allow you to delve into the individual, relationship, community, and societal factors that contribute to the prevalence of sexual violence. CHLH 126 is taught by staff from the Women's Resources Center and is open to students of all genders. If you choose to, you may also apply to become a paid FYCARE (First Year Campus Acquaintance Rape Education) facilitator after completing this course. Email email@example.com with questions.
EDUC 199 — Volunteer Tutor Opportunity
Virtual Course: Thursdays, 3:30-4:50 p.m. CST
EDUC 199, section LS1, 72448 is looking for college students who want to learn more about education by working with students, teachers, and community leaders. This a 2-credit course, with an additional 2-3 hours per week are spent volunteering online or in-person with elementary students in community center settings. This semester, students will act as tutors and mentors to participants in DREAAM (Driven to Reach Excellence & Academic Achievement for Males). DREAAM works every day to sustain a culture of achievement, engagement and behavioral health for boys and young men. Their Dreaam Big! program cultivates college and career readiness by focusing on literacy, STEM, creativity, and solution thinking. Visit the DREEAM webiste for more information or contact Course Instructor Lisa Fink at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We CU Community Engagement Scholars Program
Information Session: Thursday, January 28, 4 p.m. CST
Make a positive impact in the community while building your resume and receiving recognition for your community-based work. The We CU Community Engaged Scholars program provides training, connection to like-minded peers, access to service opportunities with partner organizations, and support from We CU program leaders. Register for the information session to learn more, even if you can’t attend, so that you will receive a link to the recording and instructions for joining the program.