SSS Weekly Update

April 20th-26th

SSS Scholarship Applications Due May 1st

Are you a first-year student who has been planning to apply for the SSS Scholarship? The scholarship application is available on our website. The deadline to turn in the application is Friday, May 1st by 4:30pm.

WEEKLY EVENTS

Tuesday, April 21st

Queer Film Series: Saving Face

Tuesday, 7:00PM, LGBTQ Resource Center

A Chinese-American lesbian and her traditionalist mother are reluctant to go public with secret loves that clash against cultural expectations. Cosponsored with Asian Student Association.

Wednesday, April 22nd

Start Smart: Salary Negotiation Workshop

Wednesday, 5:00PM - 8:00PM, Reeve Union Room 201

Learning how to effectively negotiate salary is one way to combat the wage gap. Not sure what the 'wage gap' is? It's the oft-cited statistic that women make 77 cents to a man's dollar. But it is more complicated than that. Race, ethnicity, and gender are all factors, with Hispanic women facing the largest pay gap. Utilizing resources from the WAGE Project and the AAUW, this workshop will provide students with the knowledge they need to feel confident in salary negotiation in order to combat the wage gap.

This event is FREE! Register online @ reeve.uwosh.edu/diversity

Thursday, April 23rd

Gyasi Ross: Speaker

Thursday, 6:00PM, Reeve Union Theater

Gyasi Ross is a member of the Blackfeet Indian Nation and also comes from the Suquamish Nation. Both are his homelands. He continues to live on the lovely Suquamish Reservation; he is a father, an author, a lawyer and a warrior. He is the author of Don't Know Much About Indians (but I wrote a book about us anyways) and How to Say I Love You in Indian.


GradSchool Fest

Thursday, 4:30PM - 6:00PM, Reeve Memorial Union, Mezzanine

  • Get tips for preparing for grad school
  • Explore program options
  • Learn about admissions criteria, financial aid and more

Friday, April 24th

Japanese Taiko Drumming and Traditional Dancing

Friday, 3:30PM - 4:30PM, Albee Hall 201


Cultural Night featuring Indian Food

Friday, 6:30PM, Taylor Hall Lower Level

Join the International Student Association (ISA) for their monthly Culture Night featuring Indian food and fun activities.

Saturday, April 25th

5th Annual Chester Marcol 5K Run/Walk for Suicide Awareness

Saturday, 7:30AM, Oshkosh North High School gymnasium

The Chester Marcol 5K run/walk for suicide awareness is annual event that raises awareness about mental illness, depression, and suicide in the Fox Valley area. For more information please check out the Chester Marcol 5K run/walk for suicide awareness website.

Scholarships / Internships / Employment

The LGBTQ Education and Advocacy Council is accepting applications for its annual scholarship. Applicants must be a queer (lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, pansexual, polyamorous, etc.) undergraduate or graduate student in good academic standing at UW Oshkosh with at least one full semester remaining for graduation. Applications are due by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, April 27, 2015 and are available at http://www.uwosh.edu/lgbtqcouncil/scholarship. A letter of reference is required. For more information, please contact Sally Masters, LGBTQ Council Co-Chair at masterss@uwosh.edu.


Summer Internship in Appleton
The Weidert Group in Appleton is offering an exciting, paid summer internship for 2015—open to students from any major. The Weidert Group is an Inbound Marketing company; they help clients drive customers to contact them.


Students can apply for this year's Inbound Marketing Internship (click the link). Please learn about their business thoroughly before applying; go to www.weidert.com/. They will expect candidates to ask good questions based on their website material.


Applicants are encouraged to reach out to Jamie Cartwright if they have questions: Jamie Cartwright, 920.731.2771, jcartwright@weidert.com.