Student Org Shout-Out!
Thursday, October 3rd
Professional Sales Organization - 1st Annual "Tee Off for Success"
Frankford-Torresdale Country Club (transportation provided)
Monday, October 7th from 12 PM to 6 PM
The Professional Sales Organization is hosting its 1st Annual "Tee Off for Success," a networking luncheon as well as an opportunity to learn how business is conducted on the golf course. No experience required, as the event is best ball and more about meeting employers. Corporate sponsors include Northwestern Mutual, Lincoln Financial, Liberty Mutual, DMI Partners, Team Toyota, and the Camden Riversharks.
Temple University Debate Team
From Anlin Wang:
You need an opportunity, and this message is that opportunity. When every Ivy League, state school, and community college has a nationally competitive debate team and Temple University has none, there is opportunity. When the second largest school in the state has not attended a single tournament in four years, there is opportunity. You were told that attending this school would make you "Temple Made," and here is the opportunity to make yourself Temple Made and not Temple manufactured. The void that was "Founder of Temple University Parliamentary Debate Team" has already been filled but President, Vice President, Captain, Treasurer, and Secretary are available to those who earn it. But beware, this is not your high school debate. We compete with the best of the best, and tournaments begin as early as September 28th.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Big Brothers, Big Sisters Volunteer Info Session
202 Tuttleman Learning Center (the Honors Classroom)
Monday, October 7th at 6:30 PM
Are you looking for an easy way to make a difference in the community? Do you have one hour a week to spend with an elementary school student? Maybe being a Big Brother is for you!
Temple University and Big Brothers, Big Sisters are partnering to bring great mentors to children in the North Philadelphia community. Volunteer ‘Bigs’ will meet with their ‘Little’ once a week at the Little’s elementary school which is within walking distance of campus. Bigs and Littles talk, play games, throw a football around, do arts and crafts – whatever is fun for both of you!
Currently, we are looking for 21 male volunteers to sign up as potential Bigs.
Interested? Apply online at www.bbbssepa.org at the “Volunteer” tab. Please make sure to use your campus address or a general Temple mailing address when applying. Have more questions? Contact Winter Wiggins at email@example.com.
A Big Brothers Big Sisters staff person will be in touch to schedule an interview and get you started on the background check process within a few weeks of receiving your application.
PA Capital Semester - Information Session
821 Anderson Hall
Monday, October 7th from 4 PM to 6 PM (arrive anytime)
The Institute for Public Affairs provides internship opportunities to Temple students in Harrisburg, PA's capital. This semester of study will give you an insider's view on state politics and government operation. Students gain valuable career experience applicable to all fields of study. This program is open to all majors.
Paley Library, 1210 Polett Walk
Thursday, October 10 at 2:30 PM
The environments in which we prepare, produce, and consume our foods both reflect and affect those processes. Eating Architecture (MIT Press, 2006), edited by Paulette Singley and Jamie Horwitz, examines the interplay between food and design through twenty original essays. The Libraries and the Department of Architecture at Tyler School of Art welcome Singley and Horwitz to discuss this innovative text, as well as the newest developments in the design and architectural analysis of eating spaces. Alicia Imperiale, assistant professor of architectural history/theory and design in the Tyler School of Art, will moderate.
This program is part of Design Philadelphia!
The Great Glass Pumpkin Patch!
Tyler School of Art
Friday, October 11th from 12 PM to 7 PM
Saturday, October 12th from 12 PM to 5 PM
Come and enjoy the beautiful autumn-inspired glass creations at the second annual Art Market at Tyler School of Art. Stroll through the patch and select your favorite glass pumpkin; each is one of a kind and is hand-blown by members of Tyler's Glass Guild. There will be live demonstrations of the glass pumpkin-making process in the glass studio on Saturday, as well! A portion of the funds raised by the event will go to The Village of Arts & Humanities.
Good Morning, Beautiful Business: A Talk by Judy Wicks
Paley Library, 1210 Polett Walk
Wednesday, October 16th at 12 PM
Join entrepreneur, activist, and author Judy Wicks to discuss community engagement, environmental stewardship, responsible business practices, and her new book, Good Morning, Beautiful Business (Chelsea Green, 2013). A national leader in the local foods movement, Wicks is the founder of the famous West Philadelphia restaurant, the White Dog Café. She also founded two local nonprofit organizations, the Sustainable Business Network of Philadelphia and Fair Food, and founded the nationwide Business Alliance for Local Living Economies.
The talk is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be provided.