March 14th - March 19th
The ALANA A-List showcases the top events in the multicultural community happening on campus. Listed below are events you do not want to miss!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be featured on the next edition of the A-List. Submissions are due on Sundays at 11:59p EST. Anything submitted after this deadline will be on the following week's edition.
Meet the ALANA E Board
Top: Marisa Knox (President), Richard Escobar (VP of Internal Affairs), Lovette Ekwebelem (VP of Public Relations), Adaugo Ezike (VP of External Affairs), and Haris Hassan (Programming Coordinator)
Bottom: Janee Dennis (Public Relations Coordinator), Elaine Liu (VP of Programming), Kathleen Li (Programming Coordinator), Keri Gill (MCFAB Chair), and Evelyn Ambriz (Faculty Advisor)
Not pictured: Carol Huang (Programming Coordinator), Aaliya Khan (Treasurer)
ALANA Candidate Forum
Cultural Fest 2018
In response to last semester’s acts of hatred and hostilities towards various communities, student orgs have come together to showcase the culture and diversity at Cornell. Culture Fest. Sunday, March 25th, 2018. Barton Hall. Each participating group plays a vital role in Cornell’s rich multicultural community. Come, take part, and celebrate! It’s time to present and rejoice in the brilliance of multiculturalism, because there's unity in acknowledging our differences.
B.O.S.S : Month of Service
Get to Know Morgan Stanley at Cornell University
We invite sophomore and freshman Cornell University students to meet and speak with our employees, hear about our business, and learn more about summer 2019 opportunities at the Firm.
For more information and to attend a specific event, please view the list below and register on our website.
Career Discovery Day: Tuesday, April 24
Application Deadline: Wednesday, March 28
This one-day workshop provides LGBT, Black, Hispanic, and Native American undergraduate students with the opportunity to experience the culture of Morgan Stanley and is designed for students interested in Compliance, Corporate Treasury, Finance, Firm Risk Management, Human Resources, Internal Audit, and/or Operations.
· After submitting your application you will be asked to complete an additional video component via HireVue. We encourage you to account for this step in your application timeline.
· All events provide opportunities to learn what it takes to be successful throughout the recruiting season, exposure to various divisions, and networking with Morgan Stanley professionals.
· You are welcome to apply to up to 3 programs; we encourage students to apply to the programs that focus on the populations they identify with and/or the divisions they are interested in pursuing.
· All events will be held at our headquarters in New York City; participation is limited.
· Eligible candidates must be currently enrolled at a four year accredited institution and provide their resume with a current GPA.
Tune in here to watch Morgan Stanley educational webinars in order to help narrow down your divisional interests.
To learn more about our other opportunities, visit: morganstanley.com/campus.
For questions, contact: email@example.com.
Morgan Stanley is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversifying its workforce (M/F/Disability/Vet). © 2018 Morgan Stanley
Graduate Student Research Lunch
Join LSSO and LGSC
for lunch and hear from Latin@ graduate
students as they share their work!
Friday, March 23, 2018 • Noon
4th Floor Rockefeller Hall conference room
Spa Day for the Planet
Cornell Minds Matter, Cornell Students for Animal Rights, and various other cultural clubs are coming together to create “Spa Day for the Planet”. This event will focus on mental health, sustainable eating, and cultural awareness. We will have a ton of great activities like massages, manicures, henna, succulent plants and more. On top of that there will be plant based, cultural food! The event will be held in Willard Straight Hall on Friday, April 27th from 8pm to 10pm.
This is where you come in! We are reaching out to clubs to collaborate with and share their cultures with a plant-based dish. As you’ve likely heard, vegan food is the best for the environment when compared to meat, eggs, and dairy. We are asking for your club to make a plant based dish that represents your culture. You can make a dish that is already plant-based, or make a plant based version of a dish. Gluten free, soy free, nut free and/or kosher dishes are a plus as they make will make our event more accessible. We would also be grateful for any help advertising such as putting up a few posters or sharing the Facebook page.
Please feel free to bring promotional materials or other things you want to display about your culture. We will be also be doing a gallery with information about various food and cultures and would love expertise from other cultural orgs on what to display. We will also reimburse you for the cost of the ingredients. Thank you so much for reading this and if you and your club are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please feel free to forward this email to other cultural orgs.
Dyson Business Minor for Life Sciences Funding Award
Here is a little bit more about each fund:
JJ Entrepreneurial Summer fund:
We welcome student entrepreneurs who are female and/or under-represented minorities to apply to the John Jaquette Fund for summer or winter stipend funding. The funding is not intended to cover startup expenses, but rather is available for:
· Summer entrepreneurship opportunities.
· Full-time positions, funding the “gap” between such jobs and other market opportunities.
· Research activities on entrepreneurship topics.
· Travel or participation in conferences focused on entrepreneurship.
· Participation in other entrepreneurship related opportunities.
· Unpaid/Volunteer opportunities
Apply here: https://funds.dyson.cornell.edu/
You need to first create an account to apply. Questions? –email us at email@example.com
DBMLS Experiential Learning Fund
Students participating in the Dyson Business Minor for Life Sciences can apply to receive funding for a healthcare or business related internship/fellowship over the summer. Graduating seniors are eligible to participate.
Note- you must explain what your internship will entail, how the money will be used etc.
Examples of past funding:
-unpaid summer internship
-on/off campus research
-career development i.e. conferences, workshops, trainings, etc
We provide up to $3000 of funding per student. The funding is for this summer 2018
Don't have an internship/fellowship? We can help with that as well :)
Eligibility- YOU MUST ALREADY BE A DYSON BUSINESS MINOR FOR LIFE SCIENCES TO QUALIFY FOR THIS FUNDING. IF you haven't already be sure to submit your declaration of intent at minors.dyson.cornell.edu
Questions? –email us at firstname.lastname@example.org