CCAR Spring 2019 Events (PLV)
Building a resume workshop. Paid summer internship information. Government careers when you’re LGBTQA. This spring, the Center for Community Action and Research is offering a ton of ways to get involved!
Community Service on a Resume Workshop
Monday, February 4 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | Paton House
The Center, Volunteer New York, and Career Services are hosting a resume and mock interview workshop on how to utilize community service experiences during your job search. Make the most of your experience!
Take Action Table: Men to Men Intercourse Blood Drive Ban Petition
Wednesday, February 6 | 11:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. | Kessel Well
Another Blood Drive on the PLV Campus is fast-approaching, and CCAR (along with the LGBTQA Center) will be collecting signatures to petition the ban of any men who has had sex with other men.
Government Careers for LGBTQA Folks
Wednesday, February 13 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | Birnbaum Room
Associate Director of CCAR Heather Novak is set to lead a presentation on government career options for anyone who identifies with the LGBTQA community! This is a great way to explore your future job options.
Paid Summer Internship Information Session
Monday, March 11 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | Paton House
Join the Associate Director of the Wilson Center Archana Shah, as well as Career Services and CCAR, for a presentation on NYC-based paid social entrepreneurship internships for this upcoming summer.
Common Hour Conversation: Immigration
Monday, March 25 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | Kessel C/D
Each month, CCAR invites the Pace community for a discussion about current event issues. They seek to raise awareness, increase dialogue and understanding, and provide a community of people who also want to learn more. Assistant Professor of History Michelle Chase, PhD, will be joining the discussion about immigration. Lunch will be served!
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Beginning in 2019, on an annual basis, all Pace University students, faculty, and staff will be required to complete an online Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Prevention training program. This month, be on the look-out for an email to complete your training.
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Croissants in Paris. The ruins of ancient Rome. Business in Beijing. Studying abroad isn’t just about the unforgettable travel experience. By living somewhere entirely new, you’ll set yourself apart in the job market post-graduation while still earning credits toward your degree.
5 Reasons to Study Abroad
Class of 2023, put your paws up! As you head to campus, keep in mind these five ways to help make your Orientation experience as worthwhile as possible, which will help ensure that you’ll be ready and raring to go come move-in day.
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