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September 17–21, 2018

"HELLO" -- Virgil (2018)

Hello, all! Hope your shopping periods have reached a peaceful and satisfying conclusion. This past week may have been grey and rainy, but Extra Cheesy Cheddar Bunnies are gold and yummy (not sponsored, just the official snack of yours truly). 

Love, 

CaD Team (Communications & Design Team; we’re rebranding.)

 

ft. Lillian, Tasnia, Derek (left to right)

Events:

Opportunities:

Resources:
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Events

Multiracial and Transracially Adopted Students Meet and Greet

 

Southeast Asian Welcome Mixer




Graduate and Professional Student Cultural Center Crawl

 

AACC Affiliate Organizations Fair


 
Opportunities

Future Teachers of Color Working Group


This working group is designed to address and discuss specific issues that students of color will face in entering the K-12 teacher workforce in order to create an innovative and diverse teacher pipeline. Issues discussed include relationship with students, discipline and being a change agent within an institution. The workshop will meet monthly with a schedule determined by the participants, with the first session being September 30th, 4-6pm. Workshop leader Cecil Barnes has been a high school music and history teacher at public district and charter schools in Los Angeles, Kansas City, Boston and New York and currently works as Dean of Culture at Amistad Academy in New Haven.

Apply by September 17 here!


W{holy} Queer Retreat and Monthly Dinner Discussions
 
Fill out this application form by Tuesday, September 18 by 11:59pm to be considered for the retreat.
 


Seed to Salad

Seed to Salad welcomes multiple classes of second graders from public schools in and around New Haven to the Yale Farm for a series of visits designed to teach them about plant anatomy, seed cycles, composting, and nutrition. Spend a spring morning a week on the farm, work with cute kids and friendly volunteers, and eat some homegrown salad at the end of the program! What more could you want?! Sign up here.



Finance/Consulting Alumni-Led Career Workshop

Workshops providing career wisdom, life-skills, student-alumni networking, free meals – from alums who have worked at JP Morgan, McKinsey, Barclay’s, KPMG, Brown Brothers, the Princeton University Investment Company, UBS, Bain, Boston Consulting Group, Deloitte – and many more. Workshop will be help Friday, September 28 and Saturday, September 29. To attend apply here.
Resources

Yale Librarian Satellite Office Hours at the AACC


Bass Library is pleased to offer a new drop-in consulting service at the AACC for all students. Office Hours will be held approximately every other week on either Tuesdays or Wednesdays from 4 – 6 PM at the AACC Library. No registration is necessary – users will be helped on a first-come, first-served basis.

Fall office hours schedule:
  • Wednesday, September 19 - 4 - 6 PM
  • Tuesday, October 2 - 4 - 6 PM
  • Tuesday, October 16, 4 - 6 PM
  • Tuesday, October 30, 4 - 6 PM
  • Wednesday, November 14, 4 - 6 PM
  • Tuesday, December 4, 4 - 6 PM
  • Wednesday, December 12, 4 - 6 PM
Get to know your librarian:
Kelly Marie Blanchat is the Undergraduate Teaching and Outreach Librarian at Yale Library, and is also a fellow at Benjamin Franklin College. In her spare time, she does printmaking and pottery and writes proposals to get new emoji characters approved by Unicode.
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