Dear Professor Nakasone,
I am writing to ask for your help in spreading the word about the Greenpeace
Organizing Term (GOT), a leadership development program for undergraduate
Through the GOT, students receive over 50 skills trainings on topics ranging
from how to plan campaigns to working with the media, meet with the nation's
top environmental leaders, and acquire hands-on experience working on a
priority Greenpeace campaign. Since the program began one year ago, we have
trained twenty student activists. These students have played active roles in
key environmental campaigns, bringing about campus clean energy victories
and working to protect the last remaining ancient forests in North America.
You can find more information at www.greenpeaceusa.org/got
The best way you can help is by forwarding the email below to your classes
or interested students.
We also would like to invite you to become a member of our referral network.
As a member of the referral network, you will receive a mailing from
Greenpeace twice a year asking you to post fliers, make announcements in
your classes or recommend freshmen and sophomore students you think would be
great for the program.
Please let me know if you can email the announcement below or if you would
like to join the referral network. We are excited to have you involved!
Organizing Term Coordinator
PLEASE FORWARD THE FOLLOWING LETTER TO STUDENTS WHO MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN
I am writing to invite you to apply for the Greenpeace Organizing Term, a
semester of ACTION, TRAINING, and TRAVEL.
You can learn more and apply at www.greenpeaceusa.org/got
The Greenpeace Organizing Term (GOT) is an action-filled semester and the
best hands-on training for you to become an environmental leader. You'll be
making an investment in your leadership skills and get trainings in
grassroots organizing, media, direct action, and campaign strategy. You'll
travel abroad with Greenpeace and join a team of incredible activists
working to protect the planet.
The early application deadline is Friday, October 7th. To learn more and to
For more information, contact me at 202-319-2436 or email@example.com
For a green and peaceful future,
Organizing Term Coordinator
My name is Eva Wong, and I am the editor of the Cooper Point Journal. This year, members of our student group are putting together a plan to seek out new contributors among the student body. One of our ideas is to speak to students during classes about becoming involved with the CPJ.
We are interested in all kinds of content- news articles, letters and opinions pieces, photography and other visual art, etc. Contributing to the CPJ is a great way for students to become involved with their community and share their work, interests and ideas on a larger scale.If any members of the faculty would be interested in having a member of the CPJ give a short (no more than 5 minutes) talk to their students, please let us know.
The 2007-2008 Fulbright US Student Program
US Citizen undergraduate students or recent graduates who are considering graduate work overseas should attend:
Fulbright Workshop for US students
Wednesday 11/9 4:00 pm
Sem II B-1107<>Come learn about excellent opportunities for graduate study, research and teaching assistantships abroad, supported by a variety of Fulbright grants. The deadline for completed proposals: October 2006
Contact: Michael Clifthorne, Coordinator, Int'l Progs & Services, Academic Advising, L2153 or call 867-6312 for an appt.For more info: www.iie.org/fulbright/us
International Programs and the academic deans are sponsoring a Study Abroad Showcase to highlight faculty-led programs abroad and provide a venue for students to show work they completed on a study abroad.
Study Abroad Showcase
Tuesday, November 29 from 3-5pm,
SEM II, B1107
Featuring faculty-led programs and past student projects
To promote your program at the fair, or to recommend students to present work, please email me back and I'll make all the arrangements.
Students could give a poster presentation or a lap top slide show, play music, show art work or photo albums, present writing, etc. We hope that providing this venue will assist both students and faculty in demonstrating the valuable and interesting work that comes from study abroad.
If you cannot attend the event, please email me back with materials promoting your program, and I'll make them available for interested students.
Nuts & bolts of study abroad for students
For past study abroad students - how
to integrate your experience abroad into your life in the US;
internationalizing your work; cheap ways to get abroad again!
I hope to see many of you at the event; please send your students too! I am also available to present workshops in your programs at your convenience.
Christine L. Ciancetta
International Special Projects
SEM 2, B2129
The Evergreen State College
2700 Evergreen Parkway NW
Olympia, WA 98505
Please be sure to contact all students who are in danger of earning reduced credit or no credit for fall quarter. Let them know what they need to do to earn full credit, with a schedule for completing the work, if possible. Many faculty find this a useful opportunity to chat briefly with all their students to make sure they and the students agree about how the student's work is progressing. It is important for students to understand that the absence of a fifth-week warning is not a guarantee that they will receive credit. The warning is a notification to students who are clearly in danger of losing credit.
Native American Speaker Wilma Mankiller, Nov.
a.m.-12:30 p.m., Bldg. 11 Tacoma Community College
Main Campus Wilma Mankiller is the former principal chief of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. She was the first female in modern history to lead a major Native American tribe and received the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Her goal is to help Native Americans solve their own social and economic problems. Part of the 2005-2006 Artist and Lecture Series. Sponsored by the Associated Students of Tacoma Community College. 253.566.5118. Free. Tacoma Community College Main Campus, Opgaard Student Center, Building 11, 6501 S. 19th St., Tacoma.
Arts & Entertainment Coordinator Assistant Business Manager
Briefs Coordinator Ad Proofer / Ad Archivist
Calendar Coordinator Ad Sales Rep
Comics Coordinator Circulation / Archivist
Copy Editor Distribution
Designer (3 openings) General Aid
Letters & Opinions Coordinator
Reporter (2 openings)
Student Voice Coordinator
Applications are available in CAB 316. If you have any questions about news positions, contact editor-in-chief Eva Wong or managing editor Kate DeGraaff at 867-6213 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions about business positions, contact business manager Corey Young at 867-6054 or email@example.com.
|Date:||Thu, 6 Oct 2005 09:24:39 -0700|
|From:||Kelly, Chalen <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|To:||Nakasone, Raul <NakasonR@evergreen.edu>|
Each year, Evergreen junior and senior-level students are well represented in the Washington State Legislature's legislative internship program. These paid undergraduate internships are offered in the fields of policy, photography, teaching and video during the legislative sessions, which begin in January every year.
I have met with their Intern Coordinator and the Legislative Education Coordinator and they both are excited about our students and how they have performed in the past. Would you please pass this information on to your junior and senior-level students. Applicants requirements are... "strong candidates have good written and oral communication and analytical skills, a strong work ethic, the ability to exercise mature judgment in a fast-paced environment, and most importantly, a spirit of cooperation and a desire to learn."
Information Session for the Washington State Legislature 2006 Undergraduate Internships
Wednesday, October 12th, 1:00 - 2:00 pm., Seminar II, D1107
The Center is located in the Evergreen Tutoring Center in CAB 108.
We are open
Monday - Thursday; 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Friday; 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Sunday; Noon - 6:00 p.m.
Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.
Member of the Faculty and
Director of the Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning Center
<<Tutoring by subject Fall 2005.doc>>
This Fall we are offering a wide range of computing workshops in the Computer Center. Please feel free to pass this along and/or take a gander at the schedule and register.
|1:00-5:00 Cedar Room Longhouse LC
||1:00-5:00 Cedar Room Longhouse LC||1-4PM Faculty Meetings
Lab I Room 1040 THEORY
TO PRACTICE SEMINAR
|You are invited to
SEP 27TH. FIRST CLASS.
October 8th, 22nd,
November 5th, 19th,
December 3rd and then final conferences by appointment during evaluation week.