Grant Opportunity: $2K from Projects for Good

  Projects for Good connects students who have the will – and skills – to make an impact with organizations who need them. Read more and apply today at http://netimpact.org/learning-resources/learning-opportunities/student-skill-builders/projects-for-good

Video: Jonah Sachs ’97 on “Business Leaders as Mythmakers”

Wes alum Jonah Sachs ’97 (creator of The Story of Stuff series, The Meatrix, and more) presents “One Great Idea” at the GreenBiz Forum conference: how business leaders can tell stories that matter and create new myths that transform our society within a generation. WATCH THE VIDEO  The Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship will bring Jonah –…

Job Opportunity: Civic Education Project

This just in from CEP: Inspire young people to change the world through leadership, civic engagement, and social justice!  Work behind the scenes at an innovative non-profit organization!  Northwestern University’s Civic Education Project is now hiring a full-time Assistant Program Director! About CEP: The Civic Education Project (CEP), at Northwestern University’s Center for Talent Development, combines hands-on education and…

Teaming Up: Local Talent and Wesleyan Athletics

Check out this article on sourcing local talent for building a better Wesleyan Athletics. An excerpt from the article: “It’s very important for us to get kids from the Middletown area on our team,” said Whalen. “President [Michael] Roth and I have talked about better connections between Wesleyan and the community in athletics. What we want are…

Did You Know? Fact #19.

The theses are due! The theses are due! This week’s fact details some Wesleyan tradition as well as students’ writings on Middletown. In addition to outlets such as courses, service work, and general engagement, Wesleyan students interested in the history of Middletown write theses and other essays. Wesleyan theses pertaining to Middletown have included titles…

Invisible Men Presents: BluePrint Roundtable

Saturday, April 13th, 1-4PM, CFA Hall. BluePrint Roundtable is a community conversation moderated by acclaimed actor Delroy Lindo, star of Romeo Must Die and Malcom X. When filming Question Bridge, the creators of the project encountered a compelling question and answer exchange between a younger participant and an older Civil Rights Activist. The Question: “Why…

Green the Outside of Green Street

Now that it is bright and beautiful outside (or at least for the time being), it’s time to do some outdoor greening. This just in from Green Street: “Hi all, In case you are looking for some service hours while schools are on break next week, the Green Street Arts Center is sprucing up their…

Volunteer Opportunity: Humanity Festival, April 13th, on Foss Hill.

The Humanity Festival is a one-day musical celebration in solidarity against bigotry, racism, and social divisions within a community. The Wesleyan Humanity Festival will take place on April 13th, 2013 on the bottom of Foss hill and intends to bring all members of the Wesleyan and greater Middletown community together through music, art, and spoken word. The festival will encourage dialogue about—and…