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Are you interested in an internship with a D.C. organization while earning UW credit? If yes, attend a Zoom information session for The Washington Center (TWC):

Thu, Nov 12
Click here to register*

Fri, Nov 13
Click here to register*

 *Time zone on the registration page defaults to Eastern time. 

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The HUB is currently looking for students to participate in focus groups discussing their current experience with community, events and activities, and campus services. The feedback will help shape the HUB’s continued engagement efforts. 

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The Counseling Center and Hall Health Mental Health are offering spaces for students to process reactions after November 3rd.  There are some 1:1 and group options:
Available anytime

Don’t Get Shook: Mental Health “Emergency Preparedness” Kit for the Elections (in collaboration with Kelly ECC)

Tuesday 11/3

Let’s Talk 2-4pm for 1:1 consultation with a counselor
Wednesday 11/4

Mindfulness Workshop to Manage Uncertainty 9:30-10:20am to learn and practice mindfulness skills while coping with uncertainty
Elections Support Drop-in Space 4-5pm for any student needing a space to talk with others
Let’s Talk 2-4pm for 1:1 consultation with a counselor
Thursday 11/5

Let’s Talk 2-4pm for 1:1 consultation with a counselor
Friday 11/6

Let’s Talk: Elections Support Edition 1-3pm for 1:1 consultation with Charisse Williams
Post-elections BIPOC Talking Circle 4-5pm focusing on BIPOC student needs, in collaboration with Kelly ECC. 

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Undergraduate Community-Based Internships (UCBI) application open through Sunday, November 1!
UCBI is a paid internship program for undergraduates who are interested in working in nonprofits and public sector organizations. Interns work 10 hours/week with community-based organizations throughout Seattle and King County winter and spring quarters. 

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Calling all students interested in learning about global warming, our changing climate system and how politics, ethics and humans can work toward solutions! We are offering climate courses open to everyone and most do not require prior science or math experience. 

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We want to invite you to participate in the 3rd Annual Environmental Justice Conference:
WHEN: May 19, 2020  |  1:00 – 5:00pm
WHERE: Virtual Event (an email with the login information will be sent to those who RSVP a day before the event)
Climate change poses one of the greatest threats to humanity and it is happening right now.  

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