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The Points of View (POV) moderator application is open

The Points of View (POV) moderator application is open. POV will train moderators to engage the community in productive and effective dialogue. POV will establish an understanding of difference and effectively train students to be social justice advocates and moderators. Due by Friday, October 20 at 11:59 p.m.

Sister Circle is looking for student coordinators

Sister Circle is a program that brings together self-identified women of color — including Arab/Middle Eastern, Asian/Pacific Islander, Black/African, Latinx, Native/Indigenous and Multiracial — to foster a sense of community and solidarity. Please email Janae Hubbard to learn more about being a coordinator.

Student of Color Leadership Retreat (SOCLR) applications now open!

The application is up for the Student of Color Leadership Retreat (SOCLR), which will be Friday, November 17-Sunday, Novemnber 19! Applications are due by Sunday, October 22.

Sister Circle Student Coordinator Interest Form

Sister Circle is looking for students from all schools who would be interested in being a meeting coordinator. As a coordinator, you will facilitate the bi-weekly session and on the off weeks you will use that time to debrief and plan general body meetings. Please complete the form if interested. Deadline is Friday, October 20, 2017. If you have any questions please contact Janae Hubbard @ jh3593@columbia.edu

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Welcome back, students!

Although we're planning a few events that might interest you, we invite you to stop by and say hello at any time. You'll find us here:

Intercultural Resource Center
552 West 114th Street
New York, NY 10025

Columbia Mentoring Initiative Mentee Application

Columbia University’s Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) offers all first-year incoming students the opportunity to participate in the Columbia Mentoring Initiative (CMI), an inter-generational mentorship program that connects first year students with returning students and all students with alumni.

This program was formed to create a community of traditionally underrepresented students including Arab & Middle Eastern, Asian, Black, Indigenous, International, Latinx, LGBTQ and Mixed Heritage.

Personal Information
She, Her, Hers, He, Him, His, Ze, Hir, Ey, They, Them, Theirs, etc.
Intended major or pre-professional track; ex: chemistry or pre-law.
Demographic Information
A first generation college student is someone who is the first to graduate in their immediate family with a four year degree.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Pansexual, Queer, Asexual, etc.
Trans Woman, Trans Man, Non-binary, Cis Man, Cis Woman, Genderqueer, etc.
Black, African American, Native American, Indigenous, Latinx, Chicanx, Hispanic, Asian American, Pacific Islander, Hawaiian, Mixed Heritage, Biracial, etc.
Short Answers
Family Tree
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FirstGen Graduation

Tuesday, May 16, 2017
7 P.M. - 9 P.M.

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These can include OMA Graduation Cords, King's Crown awards, academic departmental honors, organization awards, and being selected as a senior marshal. Since some of these awards may not be known when you register, we recommend you log-in so that you are able to modify your submission at a later date.
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Clone of Raza Graduation 2017: Registration

Tuesday, May 16, 2017
7 P.M. - 9 P.M.

(preferred name)
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These can include OMA Graduation Cords, King's Crown awards, academic departmental honors, organization awards, and being selected as a senior marshal. Since some of these awards may not be known when you register, we recommend you log-in so that you are able to modify your submission at a later date.
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505 Alfred Lerner Hall
2920 Broadway
New York, NY 10027

Call: 212-854-0720

Fax: 212-854-6972

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9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

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