The AACC is looking for a student coordinator to join their Social Media and Design team.
The student will serve as the AACC’s Social Media Co-Coordinator, working alongside another co-coordinator and AACC Designer who make up the three person Social Media and Design team of the AACC. This job is a 6 hours per week paid staff position at the AACC. Pay is $12.25/hour and all AACC Staffers are required to attend weekly staff meetings on Mondays from 5-6pm. Applicant must be available to attend this meeting.
The applicant must possess the following skills and interests:
Possesses a level of expertise with social media platforms—Twitter, Facebook, Hootsuite, Instagram, etc.
Interest in and familiarity with the AACC community and staying on top of the community and overall Yale news feed
Ability to work independently and within the social media and design team
Serving as a strong ambassador of the AACC, able to creatively publicize the AACC brand, our affiliate groups and our events
Familiarity with web design, particularly the Drupal web content interface preferred (though not required as it is very easy to learn)
MSA and the Dems will be hosting Corey Saylor, Director of the Department to Monitor and Combat Islamophobia at the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). Saylor is expected to speak about the rise of open Islamophobia in the United States this year and how it pertains to the presidential election. He will discuss what we can do to stop it.
Join DisOrient, Yale's South Asian discussion group, for a discussion of South Asian American identity. What does it mean to identify as being from South Asia given the incredible diversity of the subcontinent culturally, linguistically, and religiously? How can we understand ourselves in relation to the racial dynamics of the United States, where we, at least in popular conception, stand both outside of the black/white binary and commonly held notions of Asian Americans? Enjoy both food for thought and actual food (froyo!) at out first discussion of the year!
If you have a chance, read this article before coming, but don't worry if you don't get a chance.
Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, Ph.D., professor of sociology at Duke University, race scholar and the first Afro-Latino to be elected president of the American Sociological Association, will present a lecture, The Diversity Blues at HWCUs: Reframing the Diversity Agenda at Colleges and Universities.
Bonilla-Silva has published and spoken widely on racial theory, color-blind racism, the idea that race stratification in the United States is becoming Latin America-like, racial grammar, HWCUs, race and human rights, race and citizenship, whiteness, and the Obama phenomenon. He says, “In all my work, I contend that racism is fundamentally about ‘racial domination,’ hence, racism is a collective and structural phenomenon in society.”
The lecture will be preceded by a showcase of La Casa’s student groups. A reception will follow.
Join CASA and TAS this Friday evening to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival, a traditional Chinese holiday. Come enjoy free tea and mooncakes, a seasonal Chinese dessert, and learn about the festival's history and cultural significance.
SAGA Welcome Reception Date: Saturday, September 17, 2016 Time: 4:30pm-6:00pm Place: Luce Hall Common Room, 34 Hillhouse Ave
Enjoy pleasant conversation, get to know more about SAGA activities, meet representatives of south Asian student groups, and try some delicious Indian snacks! The event is FREE to all Yale affiliates. Traditional attire will be welcomed, but is optional. Please RSVP at http://goo.gl/IdFwda
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Jook Songs Workshops & Open Mic Workshop 1: Monday, September 12, 2016 7:30pm-9:00pm Workshop 2: Monday, September 19, 2016 7:30pm-9:00pm Open Mic: Monday, September 23, 2016 7:30pm Location: Maya's Room, Silliman College
Jook Songs presents: space.
Yale's Asian & Asian American spoken word group, Jook Songs, will be holding a series of workshops in preparation for their open mic on September 23. Anyone interested in joining the group, regardless of past experience, is highly encouraged to come. Contact email@example.com with questions.
Redstone Strategy Group, a boutique social sector consulting firm, is hiring Analysts for our offices in Boulder, Colorado and Redwood City, California. Redstone works with some of the world’s leading foundations and social sector organizations – the Hewlett Foundation, The Nature Conservancy, the Rockefeller Foundation, the International Planned Parenthood Federation, and many more. They are committed to growing as professionals while solving difficult problems in topics like conservation, climate and energy, education, international development, and health. The training, mentoring, professionalism, and compensation package they offer is competitive with top-tier management consulting firms.
Redstone will be on campus September 14th, hosting Coffee Chats at Blue State Coffee, 84 Wall Street, to meet graduating students interested in learning more about Redstone. John Whitney, seasoned consultant and graduate of Yale SOM ‘12 will be there and would love to chat about social sector consulting and working at Redstone.
You can sign up for this coffee chat here: https://www.wejoinin.com/sheets/erers
If you already know you’re interested in applying, please visit Redstone's posting in the campus job database. The resume drop deadline is September 21st. They will return to campus on October 6th to interview students for the Analyst position. Please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Submit to Unfound, Princeton's Undergraduate Asian American Studies Journal Submission deadline: 12:00pm on Sunday, September 25, 2016 Unfound, the Princeton Journal of Asian American Studies, is seeking submissions of undergraduate research conducted about Asian American Studies for its upcoming winter issue. Students can submit their term papers, theses, or other research from the past school year. If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Join DOWN Magazine DOWN Magazine is a weekly online publication designed to amplify the voices of students of color at Yale. Writers, artists, and contributors of all kind are encouraged to get involved. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to be added to their panlist!
Yale Outdoors Yale Outdoors seeks to serve the Yale community by leading engaging trips and activities in the outdoors. We'd like to reach out to students from more walks of life - if you sometimes think "the outdoors isn't for me" or feel nervous about going on your very first outdoors trip, no problem! Yale Outdoors runs trips for all comfort levels, including peaceful day hikes, trips to lakes, or even picnics. We also rent high-quality equipment at highly-subsidized rates and even for free if you need it. We send weekly updates of trips going out via our mailing list at http://mailman.yale.edu/mailman/listinfo/yaleoutdoors. Sign up and break out of the Yale bubble!
Yale-China Association offers funded travel to China for students with excellent leadership and enthusiasm for cultural exchange. Students will engage with Chinese people and communities at an in-depth level. The following programs will be offered in the 2016-2017 academic year:
SENIORS Yale-China Teaching Fellowship (post-graduation)
Highly qualified Yale seniors and recent graduates undertake two year teaching assignments in mainland China and Hong Kong. Fellows are immersed in their Chinese communities, gaining cross-cultural fluency and professional experience inside and outside the classroom. Intensive language study, ongoing support, and post-fellowship career networking in the Yale-China community. Fellowship offered since 1909. Deadline: December 2.
JUNIORS, SOPHOMORES YUNA Exchange (spring break)
Student led, reciprocal exchange program focusing on Authenticity and Modernization; preparations begin in October and culminate in a trip to Hong Kong during spring break. Juniors and sophomores eligible to apply. Deadline: September 30.
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