Volunteer: University Bookstore Board of Trustees Member
Now recruiting for University Book Store student trustees for 2020-2023 The University Book Store has been an integral part of UW and its students, faculty, and staff for 120 year. Because of multiple graduating trustees this year, ASUW is actively looking for undergraduates to apply to be a trustee on the board. The U Book Store is going through some of the most dramatic change in its history, and student trustees will play a vital role in the future of the Book Store. No experience is necessary, and students will learn about many facets of the Book Store’s business and development plans, including:
Call for Volunteers: Cares of Washington Volunteer Board Member
Cares of Washington is looking for passionate volunteers to serve on their board of directors to oversee and guide the organization. They are looking for diverse board member candidates that have a professional background in one or more of the following areas: small business development/regional scaling, organizational development/training, financial, personal and professional coaching, banking/accounting and fundraising.
Volunteer Opportunity: UW Libraries – Allen Library North Exhibit for January 2020
Are you looking for “real world” library-related experience? Are you interested in putting your creative talents to use in creating a library exhibit? The UW Libraries is looking for iSchool students to help with an exhibit that will be installed in the Allen Library North Lobby in January. The theme of the exhibit is yet to be finalized, but will likely focus on either the Burke Museum or light/lack of light in the season of winter. Unfortunately, they are not able to offer compensation for your efforts, but the experience will be relevant and the community will be supportive.
The Gardens at Town Square is a retirement community in Bellevue that is seeking student lectures or presentations for their well-educated residents. They are looking for students who are knowledgeable about a particular topic for a 45 minute presentation with a short Q&A session at the end. They are open to any topic, but would like a detailed overview to be submitted beforehand. They have a theatre with a projector, screen, laptops, clicker/laser pointer, and sound system. A typical talk brings in 8 to 30 residents depending on the topic. This is a great opportunity for students to practice their presentations in a local supportive environment. Some of our most dynamic students presenters have worked with The Gardens at Town Square and we recommend the experience.
If you are interested, please contact Tiffany Dunnington, Life Enrichment Assistant at 425-688-1900.
Would you like to participate in a quick 10 minute simulation game and get free food????
My name is Alma Emadi and Im a Presidential scholar and a senior in the Industrial and Systems Engineering department. My team and I are conducting a research study in use and allocation of colors in designing displays. We are looking for graduate and undergraduate students at UW to take part in our experiment. Our experiment will be set up as a 2-minute information session followed by a 5-minute simulation game. The whole procedure should not take more than 15 minutes and will be conductedi n room G11 at the Mechanical Engineering Building. We will schedule the experiment with our subject at a time of your convenience and will provide free delicious food to those who participate. We will not be collecting any personal data apart from gender and age and will not keep a separate link between our subjects and the acquired data. There are no physical risks associated with this experiment, and it should be relatively easy for you to do. Please help us by spreading the word in your department and between your friends. We would greatly appreciate your help!. If you want to read more about our research, you can read a short summary of it below this letter. Furthermore, if youd like to get more information about it, you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (206)-501-6946. You can also schedule your participation appointment at: http://www.doodle.com/i445dmq4mek377x8
If none of those times work for you, just email us and we will find another time that works for you.
Below You can find more information about my research:
Want to Visit Peru this Summer? Volunteer and Make a Difference!
Vive Peru is in need of volunteer interns experienced in the areas of
Clinical Medicine, Social Work, Teaching Music, Teaching English and
Engineering to support our partner organizations and adopted
communities in Northern Peru! Work side-by-side with doctors in local
clinics and hospitals, volunteer with underprivileged children, share
your love for music or languages with the children of Peru. In your
free time, explore one of the most ecologically diverse and
historically rich countries in the world. Participate in one of our 5-
week sessions, or stay for all three! Interested? Apply by February
25, 2012 for the experience of a lifetime! Applications available
online at http://www.viveperu.org/apply.php. Continue reading →
Find out how the Peace Corps can jump-start your career! Learn about what it means to be a volunteer, have your questions answered, and gain tips to guide you through the application process. Returned volunteers from Uganda, Namibia & Moldova will share their personal experiences, provide information, and answer questions about applying, volunteering, and everything you’ve ever wanted to know about Peace Corps! With thousands of positions in 77 countries, how far will you go? Check out event details below:
Info Session Thursday, January 20th, 5:00 pm Gowen Hall, room 201
Hints and Tips for Acing the Peace Corps Application & Interview Tuesday, January 25, 5:00 pm Gowen Hall, room 201