Job Openings: Call for Applications
A. Web Writer for Spring 2020
Marketing and Publicity (work-study preferred)
The Web Writer will work with the Assistant Director for Administration, Publicity and Marketing to write content for the website (www.umass.edu/cmass), assist with building and maintaining social/digital presences as well as clerical duties as necessary. S/he will engage in producing content for the website as well as uphold the mission and vision of CMASS. This position offers opportunities to: practice multitasking, network with stakeholders across campus in accomplishing marketing goals, provide satisfactory customer service, practice interviewing, apply marketing skills and write multiple articles. Reappointment is dependent on department need, satisfactory performance evaluation, experience, academic standing and funding availability.
Interested stjudents shoujld submit a cover letter/resume to Chona Lauyan: firstname.lastname@example.org by November 18, 2019 @ 11:59pm.
For application process and more info, read more:
B. CMASS Creative IT for Fall 2020
Marketing and Publicity (Work-study preferred)
The Creative IT will work with the Assistant Director for Administration, Publicity and Marketing to support the publicity and marketing activities of CMASS. S/he will engage in graphic design for posters and website; this individual will also produce, edit and launch videos, as well as uphold the mission and vision of CMASS. This position offers opportunities to: be creative, create content that can serve as portfolio pieces, gain understanding of building and maintain a brand from a technical perspective, manage deadlines and work in a team setting. Reappointment is dependent on department need, satisfactory performance evaluation, experience, academic standing and funding availability.
Interested students should submit a cover letter/resume to Chona Lauyan at email@example.com by November 18, 2019 @ 11:59pm.
For application process and more info: read more
Harvard Medical School 15th Biomedical Science Career Conference Spring 2020
Saturday April 4, 2020
7:00am – 6:00pm
Westin Hotel Copley Place
NOTE: Professional Business attire is required!
The Harvard Biomedical Science Career Student Conference will provide students from underrepresented populations with opportunities to network with advisors/mentors from the basic and clinical sciences, medicine, National Institute of Health, public health, academia and biotechnology/pharmaceutical industries. Students currently studying or planning to study in the areas of biology, chemistry, biochemistry, biology, dentistry, engineering, pre-medicine, biotechnology, pharmacy, physical therapy, biomedical engineering, physics, nursing, public health and environmental science are strongly encouraged to attend.
This conference is open to all Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors.
Students must pick up and complete application/resume and return to Willie Pope in Rm. 203, Wilder Hall no later than Friday, January 31, 2020.
No Conference Registration Fee-FREE | Medical School and Graduate School Advising
STEM and Healthcare Field Career Resources | Networking & Professional Mentors
Educational Funding Resources | Internship/Scholarships & Research Opportunities
Continental breakfast & Lunch
Free transportation provided for interested students. Space is limited! There are 36 available seats on a first- come, first-served basis and student must RSVP to Willie Pope at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bus will leave Haigis Mall/Fine Arts Center promptly at 5:00am. There will be a continental breakfast and lunch provided at the conference, but students are encouraged to bring extra funds with them.
Questions? Contact: Willie Pope at 413-5772937 | email@example.com or Cathy Eden at 413-545-3819 | firstname.lastname@example.org. For more info, please visit: www.bscp.org.
Native Heritage Month Community Building Dinner
Saturday, November 16, 2019
Amherst Room, 10th Floor, UMass Campus Center
November is Native American Heritage Month, or as it is commonly referred to, American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month.
The month is a time to celebrate rich and diverse cultures, traditions, and histories and to acknowledge the important contributions of Native people. Heritage Month is also an opportune time to educate the general public about tribes, to raise a general awareness about the unique challenges Native people have faced both historically and in the present, and the ways in which tribal citizens have worked to conquer these challenges..
At UMass Amherst, the Josephine White Eagle Cultural Center celebrates Native Heritage Month by inviting students, staff, faculty and community members to come together and partake in a Community Building Dinner to celebrate identitties, identify common values and strengthen community. Come, watch and listen to La Marea Vuelve, ouir guest performer.
RSVP to email@example.com by November 9th, 2019.
Read more: https://www.umass.edu/events/native-heritage-month-1
Friday, October . 18, 2019
Malcolm X Cultural Center
The Paint Party is a celebration of an aspect of African American culture. Students will take part in a paint party that focuses on the expression of their culture in a creative way. This event brings joy and unity to our community through cultural expression.
Latinx Heritage Month Community Building Dinner
October 15, 2019
Amherst room, Campus Center, 10th Floor
The National Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month is the period from September 15 to October 15 in the United States, when people recognize the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the country's history, heritage and culture.
At UMass Amherst, the Latinx American Cultural Center celebrates this occasion by inviting students, faculty, staff and the community to its annual Latinx Heritage Month Dinner to identify common values that promote collaboration and strengthen community.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 10, 2019. We look forward to celebrating this significant occasion with you
November 6 and December 4
Josephine White Eagle Cultural Center
This program validates cultural knowledge and identity by providing a space for faculty and staff who identify as Native/Indigenous to share their stories with undergraduate students of similar backgrounds. Students are encouraged to ask questions and complete a 1-minute essay at the end of the presentation.
UMass Amazing Race Fall 2019
Registration Opened August 26
nterested? Here are the details:
The Amazing Race Fall 2019
Friday, October 4th
Wilder Hall and other pit stops around campus.
After a hiatus last spring, the UMass Amazing Race is back. Registration begins August 26. A maximum of 45 teams will be confirmed to participate. Registration will remain open until capacity is reached.
Here's how to join:
1. Form your teams of three
2. Create a name for your team
3. Collect information about your team (names, emails, phone numbers, and t-shirt sizes)
4. Send all info to email@example.com to registeIt is always fun to play with friends, so invite them to join you. Registration will be on a first come, first served basis!
Questions? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursdays of Each Week, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
September 12, 19, 26; October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31; November 7, 21; December 5
Josephine White Eagle Cultural Center
Awaken your inner creativity and learn to create Native art using beads. Materials and tools will be supplied. All are welcome; stop by and enjoy the fun!
September 26; October 30; November 20; December 5
5:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Latinx American Cultural Center
First activity: Septemer 26: Salsa Zumba
The Stress in America survey identified Hispanic and Latin Americans are negatively affected by highest levels of physical and mental stress (APA, 2016a). This program aims to promote skills and activities designed to better one’s own health and reduce stress. Suggested events include: (1) 1-2 Salsa workshops to promote physical activity, (2) Craft/Paint night, (3) Poetry workshop/reading 4) Mindfulness
Wednesdays in Fall 2019
October 2, 16, and 30
Yuri Kochiyama Cultural Center
Copy: This cultural engagement programs seeks to cultivate, sustain and increase knowledge of own/other cultures through arts and crafts. Participants will engage in making arts representative of Asian culture while learning its significance in a nonjudgmental environment.
Cultural Movie Nights
November 15; December 6
6:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Malcom X Cultural Center
Series of movies popular with the Black community that could be old or new so long as they depict a piece or pieces of our history and students can learn and enjoy them. This event will bring people of our diaspora together in a safe space to share memories and moments that are common to us.
Campus Center Auditorium
Cultural Connections is a staple of Welcome Week to introduce new students to CMASS and promote connections to programs that support diversity on campus. Cultural Connections features music, performances, resource fair, networking, appetizers, prizes and first-year students receive the "i am CMASS" t-shirt! All are welcome!
Special Guest Performer: SUPAMAN, a member of the "Apsaalooke Nation", is a Native American dancer and innovative hip-hop artist committed to empowering and spreading the message of hope, pride, and resilience thorugh his original art form.
Mark your calendars on Thursday, September 5, 2019! This vibrant event is free and open to the campus as a celebration of our campus cultural plurality and our energetic connection to the community.
Venue is wheelchair accessible.
Visit our Cultural Centers across campus as they host their open houses! Learn about the programming/events they have planned for this year as well as resources available to you. We look forward to seeing you there!
- Latinx American Cultural Center, Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019 , 5pm, Hampden DC, 2nd Floor
- Malcolm X Cultural Center, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019, 5pm, Berkshire DC, Lower Level
- Josephine White Eagle Cultural Center, Wednesday Sept. 18, 2019 6-9 p.m., Chadbourne Hall, Lower Level
- Yuri Kochiyama Cultural Center, Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019, 7-9 p.m., Worcester DC, Underneath Oak Room