Did you know that 40% of Wesleyan students study abroad? At Study Abroad Stories, you’ll hear from four students who studied abroad in France, Sweden, Spain, and Italy during the Fall 2021 semester. You’ll hear about their unique study abroad stories, why they chose to spend a semester abroad, and what advice they have for you. Whether you know you want to study abroad or you just want to learn more about it, this event is for you!
Wednesday, February 23
201 Fisk Hall
Enjoy traveling? Want a high impact career? Calling anyone interested in learning about consulting! Learn about management and strategic consulting and see if joining Wes’s consulting club, Consulting Pathways, is right for you! Freshman and sophomores are especially welcome!
Tuesday Feb. 15 from 12-1pm ET via Zoom
The MMUF is a national program supporting underrepresented students as they work toward applying to graduate school in a range of fields in the humanities and social sciences. The program provides summer and academic year funding, mentorship and training, and a community of students of similar backgrounds who are all striving toward the same goals.
To learn more…
Want to find ways to get involved with the various student clubs and organizations at Wesleyan? Connect and meet club leaders in a virtual space to learn more about any groups you are interested in joining!
Date: Friday, February 11th
Time: 2pm-5pm, Eastern Time
Location: Access the event on WesNest
To attend, log on to WesNest and you will see the link to the fair on the homepage. Please note, there may be a slight delay between when you log on and when the link to the fair is visible on the homepage. Each student club and organization will have their individual virtual rooms at the fair, so you are free to jump from one room to another as you explore during the afternoon.
Please send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Leadership positions are available for The Community Standards Board for the 2022/2023 academic year.
CSB applications for a one-year term (class of 2023) or a two-year appointment (class of 2024) are due by Friday, March 4 at 5 PM.
If you are interested in helping to uphold academic integrity & community standards at Wesleyan, access the application by using this link:
All applicants must be in good academic and non-academic standing. One letter of recommendation from a faculty member, staff member, or administrator is required and should be forwarded to email@example.com with your application.
For information about the standards of conduct, policies, procedures, and membership, please visit here
For questions, please contact Assistant Dean/Director of Community Standards
Kevin Butler at firstname.lastname@example.org
To all those interested in improving sustainability at Wesleyan, the Sustainability Office is hiring for 2 positions: 1 Sustainability Coordinator and 1 Waste Not Coordinator! We welcome ALL students (2023, 2024, and 2025) who are passionate about campus engagement to apply.
- Sustainability Coordinators (SCs) design and run independent projects that promote holistic sustainability and run Waste Not (the annual student-run tag sale)
- The Waste Not Coordinator plans and runs Waste Not with the SCs
Applicants should be self-directed, organized, and strong communicators. The position will require about 5 hours per week, paid at $13/hour ($14/hour starting in August 2022), with a requirement to work through Senior Week and return early during Orientation week, as well as occasional remote meetings in the summer. This position will be filled by students regardless of their work-study eligibility, with preference given to work-study eligible students.
Find the full job description at https://www.wesleyan.edu/sustainability/involved/office/internships.html.
To apply: Fill out our application form at https://bit.ly/sc-wnapp AND apply via Handshake (https://wesleyan.joinhandshake.com/emp/jobs/5962547) by Monday, February 21st at 11:59 PM. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to the current Coordinators with any questions at email@example.com.