Learn about volunteer opportunities and how to be civically
engaged on campus and in the Boston Community!
Thursday, January 24th
11:30 am – 2:30 pm
For more information please visit the VSLC or Civic Engagement websites.
There will also be a trivia game to win prizes and a Civic Literacy Test to be entered into a raffle for a $50 gift certificate to the bookstore!
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On Friday, April 3rd, a lineup of talks are scheduled, billed as “Tech for Good.” Tech for Good features three talks by remarkable humanitarians and business leaders in their respective fields: “Solutions for Energy,” presented by Bob Metcalfe, General Partner, Polaris Ventures and Inventor of Ethernet, 9:00 am to 9:50 am in Fulton 511; “Solutions for Education,” presented by Charles Kane, President and Chief Operating Officer, One Laptop per Child, 10:00 am to 10:50 am in Merkert 127; “Solutions for Healthcare,” presented by Ben Heywood, Co-Founder and President, PatientsLikeMe, 2:00 pm to 2:50 pm in Fulton 250.
Did you know that the Green Careers field will be hiring? Did you know that networking is the best way to seek employment?
If you are thinking of a career in this growing field of sustainability and environmentalism, you should attend this tour! The BC Alumni Association and the Career Center are co-sponsoring a program for career exploration and networking.
The Environmental Career Exploration Tour is a unique two-day event created just for BC students. You would have the opportunity to tour and meet highly placed executives (many are BC alumni) of agencies concerned with environmental issues. The program is in Washington, DC on Tuesday, March 3 through Wednesday, March 4. You will be responsible for travel, lodging, and meals, but there is no registration fee for the program.
To attend, register through EagleLink Workshops for both the program and one of the mandatory orientations/informational meetings. Two dates are listed — just sign up for the meeting that’s most convenient for you.
See flyer for more information. This program is limited to 15 students (we will have a waitlist), so sign up now on EagleLink. Send any questions you may have to firstname.lastname@example.org.