Events & Ways to Connect

Spring 2023

Bystander Intervention Free Skate with CWC

Study Break Session

Tuesday February 14 2023, 11AM - 1PM

Open To: All
Location: UMass

Click here for optional registration

Join CWC for an afternoon of skating & fun. Take a break from the ice to enjoy refreshments and learn more about how to be an active bystander with YIS: Your Intervention Strategies. UMass students can also learn about how they can earn a scholarship for making a difference on campus, with the CWC YIS Scholarship: My UMass Bystander Moment. Skates provided on a first come first serve basis.


Career Pathways and Issues in BIPOC Mental Health and Wellness

LinkedIn and Headshots

Thursday February 9 2023,5PM - 6.30PM

Open To: All UMass students, faculty and staff
Location: Online

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A zoom panel moderated by Jamie Daniels, LICSW/MSW and Britt Rusert, PhD.  Featuring UMass and Afro-American Studies alumni, Featuring: Sofia Meadows-Muriel ('22); Charles Pisaturo ('22); Chayanne Chataigne ('21); Carlea Dolcine ('23). CWC is a co-sponsor for this event hosted by the Afro-American Studies Department.  Additional co-sponsors include: HFA Career Center, Department of  Psychology, The Center for Racial Justice and Youth Engaged Teaching, and Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies.

WOCLN : Achieving Financial Wellness as a Woman of Color

Refill Your Cup with Smoothies and Journaling

Tuesday February 23 2023, 5:30PM

Open To: All women and non-binary students of color are encouraged to register and attend
Location: UMass

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Join Smart about Money (SAM) & the Women of Color Leadership Network (WOCLN) for a presentation about financial wellness for women & non-binary students of color. Learn more about credit, financing college, the racial wealth gap, and financial resources available to you.

WOCLN : Healing Racial and Gendered Violence Against Women: A drop-in space for Women of Color

Achieving Financial Wellness

Starting February 16th and goes on till April

Time: 5:30PM - 7PM

Open To: Women and Non-Binary individuals of color
Location: 127 New Africa House

A supportive drop in space for women and non-binary POC to discuss issues important to them, from racism and discrimination to intergenerational trauma, to colorism, and other internalized oppression, to healing and other topics that are requested by the participants. One does not need to commit to attending all sessions. You can drop in for any session you choose. Sign-in is required upon arrival.

Please feel free to reach out with any questions! Interested students can connect with us via email ( or on social media.



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