Happy Week 3!
Thank you everyone for coming out to VCN! Especially big thanks to all the staff and performers, we could not have pulled off such a great show without you all!
Looking for something to occupy your time now that VCN is sadly over? Check out some upcoming events below!
SEAing You in Your Family: Wellness Workshop/GM Collab
Where: John Wooden Center, PYRAMID ROOM
When: Wednesday, January 23rd, 6:30PM – 7:45PM
Did you go to VSU’s Vietnamese Culture Night last night? If you did, then you’ll know that there are topics, such as sexuality, career choices, relationships, that may be hard to talk about with parents. Ever questioned why these topics may be so sensitive with your parents?
Come out to our Wellness Workshop/GM collaboration in the Pyramid Room in the Wooden Center to find out! Refreshments will be provided!
SEA CLEAR Mentorship Family Revelations
Where: Student Activities Center (SAC) Basement Rooms 1 & 2
When: Friday, January 25th, 4:00PM – 6:00PM
CRC Workshop: Don’t Lose Your Financial Aid!
Many regulations governing the administration of financial aid can be confusing!
If you qualify for financial aid, know what it takes to maintain your eligibility!
This workshop will review the following:
- Financial aid regulations
- Quarterly unit requirements
- What happens if you drop classes?
- What happens if you withdraw?
- Satisfactory academic progress requirements
Week 3 Workshops
Tuesday, 01/22, 6-7pm @ Covel Northridge Room
Thursday, 01/24, 2-3pm @ SAC Rooms 1 & 2
Sign-up through my.UCLA.edu
Questions/Information: Call 310.825.3382
Ms. Foundation for Women Invites Applications for Year-Long Fellowship
The Ms. Foundation for Women has announced that it is accepting proposals for its second annual fellowship, which will support a talented leader pursuing change related to the Ms. Foundation’s advocacy and policy work.
Proposed approaches may include but are not limited to research and analysis, policy reports and white papers, technological innovation, state legislative strategy, and anti-discrimination initiatives. Examples of current Ms. Foundation policy initiatives include extension of states’ civil statutes of limitations for child sexual abuse lawsuits, research and analysis of the barriers to public benefits that women encounter, a report on immigrant women’s access to reproductive health care, and a legislative scorecard on women’s issues.
The fellow will be a full-time paid employee of the Ms. Foundation for Women and will receive a generous benefits package. Although the Ms. Foundation, which is located in Brooklyn, New York, prefers local applicants, it welcomes proposals based in other states. The fellowship runs from September 2013 to August 2014.
For complete program guidelines, the application form, and information on the 2012 fellow, visit the Ms. Foundation Web site.
Link to Complete RFP