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International Student Advisory Board 2015-2016 Application

International Student Advisory Board (ISAB) applications are due on Sunday, April 5, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. Late and/or incomplete submissions will not be considered.

You do not have to be an international student to serve on the ISAB. However, you do have to be passionate about international student topics/issues.

Important Dates:

Applicant Information
Involvement and Activities
In addition to any work experience, your resume should include campus involvement. Campus involvement may include student organizations, OMA programs (e.g. SOCLR, LGBTQA Retreat, SisterCircle, CMI), campus leadership positions, office-based programs (e.g. MPE, ELP, COOP, CUE), academic research and teaching, and community service work organized by the University.
Files must be less than 5 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf doc docx.
Please briefly respond to the following questions.
Suggested length: 200 words minimum; 750 words maximum
You must list THREE (3) issues and state why you think it is important to bring attention to through the ISAB.
This question is for current ISAB members (ISAB AY2014-15) only.
This question is for current ISAB members (ISAB AY2014-15) only.
Requirements and Verification
You will learn what ISAB has accomplished this year and meet current board members during this event. Food will be served.
I must be a currently enrolled undergraduate student in Columbia College or School of Engineering and Applied Science and in good University standing in order to participate in the ISAB. If I were to be selected as an ISAB member, I will attend retreats/planning meetings at the beginning of each semester, and biweekly meetings that are scheduled for the first and third Fridays from 2-4 pm, during the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters.
By signing this form, I attest that all the information on this application is accurate to the best of my knowledge. I understand that the falsification of any information will result in my immediate disqualification.
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International @ Columbia 2015 Spring Break Events

Please complete the form to let us know which event(s) you are interested in attending with International at Columbia! ALL EVENTS ARE FREE! These events are for CC and SEAS students only. Space are limited. First come, first served.

De-Stress for Success (still open for R.S.V.P.)

Tuesday March 17, 12:15-1:30 p.m. at Lerner 505L.

Join CPS's Dr. Yaniv Phillips for a FREE lunch and open conversations about how to address stress in a healthy way in all aspects of life.

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Questions for ISOP GA Candidates

Dear ISOP GA candidates,

Congratulations on making the shortlist for the ISOP (International Student Orientation Program) graduate coordinator position! Please complete the following questions by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, March 15, 2015. Ideal answers to the questions are between 500 - 750 words in length. This will allow the search committee to get to know you better as they select candidates for in person/Skype interviews.

If you have any questions, please email ISOP@columbia.edu.

For more information about NSOP, please check here: https://www.cc-seas.columbia.edu/orientation/firstyear. For more information about ISOP, please check here: https://www.cc-seas.columbia.edu/ISOPFAQ. You have 100 ISOP participants in the room and 11 orientation leaders to help you.
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Days of Dialogue Conference

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International Resource Team

The International Resource Team (IRT) is a cross-functional work-team responsible for identifying undergraduate international student issues, and streamlining support by sharing information and col

Your Story: What has OMA meant to your Columbia experience?

In honor of the tenth anniversary of Multicultural Affairs, we are compiling stories from students and alumni about their involvement with OMA and the impact its programs, services, and staff have had on their Columbia experiences.

We are accepting both written and video submissions. Please note the format guidelines for each: 

Student/Alum Information
SUBMIT YOUR NARRATIVE: What has OMA meant to your Columbia experience?
You may submit a written narrative (by providing text in the field below or uploading a file) or a video (by sharing the link or uploading the file). You are welcome to submit both.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg png.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg png.
Permissions
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Career Advice for International Students

Please R.S.V.P. if you plan to join us to dicuss strategies for finding summer internships and full-time employment. Free dinner and advice!

Date: Monday, December 8, 2014

Time: 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

Location: Lerner 505 Lounge

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ROOTEd Facilitator Application

The ROOTEd team of peer facilitators is trained in issues of power, privilege and oppression and how this translates on a diverse college campus. Facilitators examine their own personal and cultural place in contemporary society through innovative exercises and are trained to be facilitators around diversity issues. 

Application is due on December 5, 2014, by 5:00 p.m. EST.

Applicant Information
If undecided, please type "undecided."
The questions are linked at the top of the page.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf doc docx.
Campus Address
Local Address
Include apartment number (if applicable).
Contact Information
Interview Availability
Interviews will be 30 to 45 minutes long.
Please provide at least three one-hour blocks.
Please provide at least three one-hour blocks.
Agreement

By signing below you indicate

-That you are currently enrolled as an undergraduate student in Columbia College, General Studies, School of Engineering and Applied Science, or Barnard College and in good University standing in order to participate as a facilitator in ROOTEd.
-That if selected, you are required to attend retreats/planning meetings at the beginning of the semester, and weekly facilitator meetings.
-By signing this form, you attest that all the information on this application is accurate to the best of my knowledge. You also understand that the falsification of any information will result in my immediate disqualification.

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Diversity Initiative Grant Application

Through the Multicultural Affairs Advisory Board and the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the Diversity Initiative Grant is available to Columbia-recognized student organizations to support events that fulfill at least two of the following objectives: foster diversity education, promote multicultural awareness, and create avenues for cross-cultural dialogue.

SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS' INFORMATION
PROJECT/EVENT DESCRIPTION
i.e. lecture, panel, meeting, discussion, film showing and talk back, symposium, conference (Please note that cultural showcases and fashion shows will not be considered for the DIG)
QUESTIONS
BUDGET & FUNDING INFORMATION
Please include your organizations' funding contribution, projected expenses (i.e. honoraria, tech fees, security fees, catering expenses, marketing costs, and other related expenses) and expected revenue (i.e. ticket sales, donations, and co-sponsorships -- specify organizations, offices, and other sources that have committed financial contributions). Files may use the following file formats: .doc, .docx, .xls, and .xlsx
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: gif jpg png txt pdf doc docx ppt xlsx.
(Total Projected Expenses) minus (Total Projected Funding & Revenue)
(The DIG provides up to $500.)
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