Welcome to our Opportunities page! Here you will find recent news and announcements, as well as upcoming events and opportunities. Start by clicking on the month!
Join the Discussion on Acknowledging America's Past Atrocities
On February 15th, from 2-3pm, Dr. Ivory Toldson from Howard University will lead a discussion on "Acknowledging America's Past Atrocities." It's a Black History Month program, where reviewing past events will help us to understand systemic racism and how to combat it. As one of the nation's Top Education Professors, Dr. Ivory Toldson will lead this discussion in order to help promote equity and inclusion in education and beyond.
Serve on the Northridge West Neighborhood Council!
Serve on the Northridge West Neighborhood Council (NWNC), part of the advisory bodies of EmpowerLA to advocate for the community with City Hall on important issues like public safety, transportation, public health, homelessness, sustainability, and emergency preparedness. The deadline for candidate filing is Feb. 9 and the election will be on April 27. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in public service or simply practicing campaigning and policy advocacy.
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Cal State LA Virtual Humanities Day
Join the College of Arts & Letters on March 9 to experience what humanities at Cal State LA can offer. We have a full day of engaging virtual events, activities, and informational sessions across disciplines planned for you!
Call for ASEE CED 2021 Video Competition Participation
The American Society for Engineering Education would like to announce its second video competition and encourage all to consider participating. This competition is an opportunity to highlight effective community engagement. Who might you team up with? What message would you like to share? Entries are due by March 31st.
ENGAGE!: Environmental Justice Issue
Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis calls for submissions on manuscripts focused on environmental justice. ENGAGE! editors invite you to submit a manuscript for the next edition of the journal focused on environmental justice. They invite empirical, conceptual, and theoretical articles that make substantial contributions to the field. Deadline to submit is April 5th.
For those interested in law, social justice, & community development!
The JusticeCorps internship opportunity is offered by AmeriCorps and is for students interested in law, social justice, and community empowerment. JusticeCorps is an innovative approach to solving one of the more pressing issues faced by courts around the country today: providing equal access to justice. JusticeCorps recruits and trains recent college graduates and university students annually to serve in California's overburdening legal self- help centers which specialize in family law, housing, landlord/tenant disputes, or small claims.