The speaker at this event will present real-life leadership skills and how students can utilize them as leaders in organizations as well as in the classroom and workplace.
Participants will make literacy kits to donate, pet toys, write letters to soldiers and tie fleece blankets for local children's hospitals.
The student organization LMA will offer a resume information session then review and provide feedback prior to the UNI Career Fair.
The Entrepreneur Club is an organization for students who want to start their own business or are interested in business development and entrepreneurial thinking. Free pizza will be provided.
Hear a surivior's parent's perspective of the business of human trafficking.
The Black Student Union will host Chillin, wo will perform two poems and share her life story and experiences that lead to where she is today. A short Q&A session will follow her presentation. There be an opportunity for other aspiring poets to share their talent.
The Black Student Union will host a theater performance, workshop and Q&A session that highlights habits that cause young adults to die young or have unsuccessful life events.
Come make a difference!! Sign up online is preferred! Walk-ins welcome!
Tim Wise recently visited UNI where he spoke about the problems associated with systematic racism facing our world today. We often join in discussion about what changes need to occur but rarely plans are put in place to move forward from the discussion. The question always becomes, what can WE do? Join a discussion regarding Tim Wise’s speech, issues that students and staff are facing and the impact we can make at UNI and beyond. The discussion is co-sponsored by the UNI MSW Student Association and Cedar Valley Citizens for Undoing Racism.