CMASS Success Coaches are available to support your success and wellbeing throughout the year. Join us during drop-in hours M-Th to talk with a coach about stressors or concerns impacting your well-being, your focus on student success, and maintain motivation.
Drop in with a Success Coach by making an appointment via this link: https://bit.ly/3qGGAAZ
To connect with a Success Coach you will need to log into Navigate to make an appointment and get Success Coach’s zoom meeting ID.
Remember we are in this together!
Employment Opportunities at the Cultural Centers
Cultural Center Programming Assistant Position
10 hour Undergraduate Position *work study eligible*
The CMASS Cultural Centers continue a long history of providing programs that celebrate cultural traditions, understanding of own/other’s multifaceted identities, nurturing and welcoming spaces for studying as well as resource referral to support student success.
The Cultural Center Programming Assistant will work with the Program Coordinator and Associate Director for Student Development to design and implement culturally relevant and intentional learning strategies for cultural programming for diverse student populations. The Cultural Center Programming Assistant will uphold the mission of CMASS and the cultural centers, are responsible for the daily operations, and for designing and facilitating culturally enriching programs. This position offers opportunities to: critically apply theories of student development, cultural wealth, and socialization, while gaining practical experience in project management and event production.
Cultural Center Programming Assistants will be assigned to one of the four Cultural Centers: Josephine White Eagle, Latinx, Malcolm X, and Yuri Kochiyama Cultural Center. More Information here
15th Biomedical Science Careers Virtual Student Conference
Friday, April 9 and Saturday, April 10, 2021
CMASS would like to invite all interested students to attend the Spring 2021 Virtual Harvard Biomedical Science Careers Student Conference.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: College through Postdoc - February 12, 2021
There is no fee to attend, but completion of an application is required.
Participants Undergraduate college and community college students; Graduate students and post-baccalaureates; (particularly Black/African-American, Hispanic/LatinX, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian students/fellows). STEM majors and students from all academic class levels 1st Year to Seniors are encouraged to apply.
Students must submit completed application and email to Ahmed Azim BSCP Conference coordinator.
NOTE: IF YOU HAVE ALREADY SUBMITTED AN APPLICATION FROM LAST YEAR YOU ARE ENCOURAGE TO SUBMIT AN UPDATED APPLICATION.
Students will receive priority preference by submitting the attached CMASS application. Please cc CMASS Asst. Dir Willie Pope when you submit your application to be included in the CMASS group. Students are encouraged to include a copy of your resume with your application and please have it reviewed before submitting it.
CMASS will host Conference Information Sessions:
Join Zoom Meeting
Mondays and Wednesdays
1:00pm-2:30pm from January 18th- February 10th