This Week in Service
Department of Community Service
The Week of January 20
In this email:

  1. Segal Program January Convening: A Lunch Conversation with Eva Martin-Blythe
  2. BEMCo Community CPR Courses´╗┐
  3. Join us at the Resilience Fair
  4. Navigating Identities at Work
  5. Next Generation Diversity Symposium (Investment Banking) 
  6. Apply to be an Impacter for Deis Impact 2020!
  7. Apply to be a Teaching Fellow for Community Engagement at Phillips Academy
Brandeis Community Opportunities
Segal Program January Convening: A lunch conversation with Eva Martin-Blythe (YWCA Cambridge)
Friday, January 24, 2020, 12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.
Heller School G2

Please join for "A Conversation with Eva Martin-Blythe about the YWCA USA's Work to Eliminate Racism and Empower Women."Eva Martin-Blythe has been the Executive Director of the YWCA Cambridge and a leader in the Cambridge community for over 10 years, pursuing with success and passion the organization's mission "to eliminate racism and empower women." She has been a YWCA Executive Director for 30 years, previously leading the YWCA Durham in Ontario, Canada. Prior to joining the YWCA she served as a member of both the campaign and Congressional staffs of a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Register here. Questions? Contact Susie Fl ug-Silva .
BEMCo Community CPR Courses
Multiple semester dates beginning Saturday, January 25, 2020, 12:00p.m.-5:00p.m.

BEMCo Heartsaver CPR, AED, and First Aid Classes. A class runs for five hours, and upon completion, students receive an eBook, certificate, and ECSI CPR card. Undergraduates (second year and above) also receive credit for one semester of PE, and first year students will receive credit for one Health and Wellness class.

Register here . Questions? Contact
Join us at the Resilience Fair
Resilience Fair
Wednesday, January 29, 2020, 11am-2pm
Shapiro Campus Center 
The Resilience Fair will host interactive tables and drop-in programs for students to meet campus resources that support resilience--skills needed to bounce back from challenges, grow from failure, and build capacity to navigate and overcome difficult situations. Departments supporting undergraduate and graduate student resilience across campus will host tables. Drop-in programs include mindfulness and information about peer leadership positions with Bridge to Wellness (BTW) Prevention, Advocacy, and Resource Center (PARC). There will be raffle prizes, table giveaways, popcorn, cookies, and more!
Navigating Identities at Work
Navigating Identities At Work  
Wednesday, January 29, 2020, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Sherman Function Hall, Hassenfeld Conference Center, Brandeis University

Directly before the larger event, we are hosting the following event which is open to all students.

Disclosure at Work 
January 29, 2020, 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Luria's, Hassenfeld Conference Center
Next Generation Diversity Symposium (Investment Banking) 
March 20, 2020 (Registration deadline: Feb. 23)
Jeffries, 520 Madison Ave, NYC

Jefferies Network of Black and Latino Employees is excited to invite the Next Generation of young professionals to apply to spend an immersive day with us. We will provide the opportunity for diverse students in the Classes of 2022 and 2023 to meet professionals across divisions and experience a day in the life at a Global Investment Bank. 

Register here . Questions? Contact Caroline O'Shea .
Apply to be an Impacter for Deis Impact 2020!
Deis Impact is Brandeis University's annual festival of social justice, which will take place this year on Monday, March 23 - Wednesday, March 25. The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ODEI) is tremendously excited to bring together a diverse group of students (affectionately known as Impacters ) to help plan and organize this event.

To apply, please login to Workday using your Brandeis credentials. Click on the Career tab and then Find Jobs for Student. Once on the Find Jobs for Students tab, please type R0002012 into the search bar to find the Impacter position posting.

Applications must be submitted by Friday, January 24th. Please reach out to Lydia Casmier, Program Administrator, at with any questions.
Opportunities from our Community Partners
Apply to be a Teaching Fellow for Community Engagement at Phillips Academy
The teaching fellow in community engagement mentors student leaders, oversees weekly community engagement programming, and helps to organize various events sponsored by our small and busy office.  The teaching fellow receives a stipend of $30,000, free health insurance, free housing on campus (in a dorm or non-dorm apartment), and free access to all of the facilities on campus, including meals in the dining hall and the athletic facilities.  

We are looking for someone who has excellent interpersonal skills; a demonstrated commitment to community engagement and issues of equity, inclusion, and social justice; an eagerness to work with a diverse group of high school students and community partners; as well as strong organizational and problem-solving skills, consistent attention to detail, and the ability to work independently in a small, busy, and fast-paced office.  The appointment is for one year with the possibility of a renewal.

If you have any questions, I can be contacted directly at 978-749-4140 or this email address ( ). 
Connect with us!
Department of Community Service
Shapiro Campus Center, Room 203
P: 781-736-3237

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