The Writing Center will soon host the following events. Be sure to check them out!
1. “What the Red Marks Mean” is a session about professor feedback on papers hosted by Professor Stephanie Weiner and Professor Beth Hepford on April 7th at noon.
2. Write-Ins is a place for students to dedicate time to writing, write in community, have snacks, and earn prizes. These are held weekly in Boger Hall on Mondays from 7-10
3. Read Ins is a place for students to dedicate time to reading. Students will take comprehension breaks and share what they’ve read with someone to help them absorb the material and work in community, have snacks, and earn prizes. These are also on Mondays in Boger Hall from 7-9
Planning Your Summer Between Sophomore and Junior Year (Friday 4/7 at 12:15pm)
Topic: Planning Your Sophomore Summer: Navigating Career Options After Major Declaration
Date: Friday, April 7 from 12:15pm – 1:15pm
Location: Boger Hall, Room 112
You are welcome to send questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mindfulness for BIPOC
Tuesday, April 11 from 1:30-2pm at WesWell (287 High St., 2nd Floor)
Looking for a pause in community? Join us at WesWell for a special mindfulness session for BIPOC. We will engage in breathing techniques, meditation, and conversation. Refreshments will be provided. Hope to see you there!
The Moon & You: Astrology as Self-Care Workshop
Friday, April 7 from 2-3pm at Eclectic (200 High St.)
Interested in astrology and want to know how to use it to take care of yourself and be in touch with your emotional needs? Join WesWell and CAPS to learn more about the moon in astrology, do some journal prompts, and to engage in discussion and experiential activities. Please know your moon sign ahead of time ( you can try astro.com or astro-seek.com to find out your moon sign by generating your natal chart.) PS – it’s happening the day after the Full Moon in Libra, so you’ll be in your feelings anyway — you might as well come along…
Program Housing Info
Applications for Program Housing are live. Program Housing gives students the opportunity to live collectively in a house or hall, fraternity or society, based on shared hobbies, experiences, cultural interests and identities. Be sure to check out this Program Housing Hopping Guide for more info: https://sway.office.com/gzrBxUAyc5SVmSR9?ref=email.
Resume & Professional Development Workshop (3/30)
The Jaylen D. Berry Foundation aims to connect underserved, minority, and motivated students with opportunities to enter the world of finance. We believe that everyone deserves a chance to pursue a career in finance regardless of their background.
The Resume & Professional Development Workshop will be led by Alfred B. Woodward, a current associate at Goldman Sachs and board member at the Jaylen D. Berry Foundation. Mr. Woodward has extensive experience in the finance industry and is passionate about helping others achieve success.
This workshop is free and will provide valuable insights on how to improve resumes and what employers look for during the hiring process. Attendees will gain a competitive edge in the job market and learn how to effectively communicate their strengths and abilities.”
Registration Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfMlCjY_t1Vk-nPEMRN6jhX8G7Hc04h2hLzLcBdc62MAA7GFQ/viewform
Fellowships General Info Session (4/5)
Wednesday, April 5 2023 at 12:00-1 PM, Fisk Hall 201
Info session with Assistant Director of Fellowships, Erica Kowsz. Settle in with a slice of pizza and learn what fellowships are all about!
Fellowships offer funding and support for everything from undergraduate tuition to graduate school expenses, international exchange, research projects, art projects, and in-depth exploration of topics of personal interest. Fellowships also connect you with alumni networks that can be an asset in building a career that aligns with your talents, values, and commitments.
In this session, we will introduce the fellowships landscape, consider how to plan ahead for opportunities might be relevant for you in the future, and answer any questions you have.
All class years are welcome! Register on WesNest.
Questions can be addressed to email@example.com.
What Matters to Me and Why – Starts 3/28
The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life is excited to be launching the series “What Matters to Me and Why,” dialogues with Wesleyan faculty and administrators that address questions about life, vocation, passion, purpose, values, and motivations. Our first event is this Tuesday (3/28) at 6pm in Allbritton 311 with Professor Victoria Pitts-Taylor. A free vegetarian meal from Tandoor will be served.