SLiCE Weekly Update 11/7/2011


 

 "One knows from life that we exist for other people - first for all those upon whose smiles and well-being our own happiness is wholly dependent, and then for the many, unknown to us, to whose destinies we are bound by the ties of sympathy." - albert einstein

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November 7

Happy November CSU! It is that time of the year to be thankful for what we have as well as a chance to give to others who may be in need. If you have the means to, please help out some great causes that are looking for extra help. SLiCE is finishing up our Cans Around the Oval Push with a Turkey Drive, collecting monetary donation for the holiday meals ahead. In addition, SLiCE along side the Homeless Awareness team is sponsoring a Homeless Gear-A-Thon. Check out the details below. 
Also look us up on
RamLink, the SLiCE Website, or Facebook.

 

What's Happening in SLiCE
Turkey Drive
Homeless Gear-A-Thon

Opportunities Around Campus
2012 Martin Luther King Jr. March Leaders
OnCampus EcoAmbassador Program
Internships in Washington, DC - Nonprofit Sector
Panama Internship Opportunity

Opportunities Around the Community
Matthews House
HELP International
Respite Care
Community Service and Volunteerism 
Weekly Programs at SLiCE
The REAL Experience
Praxis

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The Week at a Glance 



11/7 - (7:00pm) Exploring the Ethics of Leadership

11/7 - Start of the SLiCE Turkey Drive

11/8 - (2:00pm) 3.5 Habits of Highly Effective People

11/9 - (2:00pm) A Lesson on Stereotypes

11/10 - (4:00pm) Letting Your STRENGTHS Take Your Work to a New Level**


 




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 Weekly Programs at SLiCE


The REAL Experience
 

Exploring the Ethics of Leadership
Presented by Anupama Mehrotra
Monday, 11/7/2011
7:00pm (60min)
Location: DC Bottoms

3.5 Habits of Highly Effective People
Presented by Professor Ken Smith
Tuesday, 11/8/2011
2:00pm (75min)
Location: LSC 208

A Lesson on Stereotypes
Presented by Jill Jaeger and Kim Ford
Wednesday, 11/9/2011
2:00pm (60min)
Location: LSC 227

Letting Your STRENGTHS Take Your Work to a New Level**
Presented by Nidhi Lahoti and Pamela O'Grady
Thursday, 11/10/2011
4:00pm (90min)
Location: Spring Creek
**RSVP to SLiCE_REAL@mail.colostate.edu**


Praxis

Do you have a passion to create change in your community? Do you have a service project or program idea that you want to make a reality? Check out Praxis! The purpose of Praxis is to support students interested in developing a community service or action project that is innovative, creative, and change oriented. Praxis allows students the opportunity to put their passion into action by providing resources, training, support, and up to $2,000 in grant funds to develop their ideas and implement projects. For requirements and more information,
Click Here. Projects will be rewarded until funds run out.
 



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This week's images are from the CSU volleyball game that SLiCE's TGIF went to last Friday. Not only did CSU kick butt, but TGIF participants got to share in the experience. Go Rams!


For your Mental Fun


Last Week's answers: It was not raining; His birthday was December 31st and "Today" was January 1st. This week, we have another set of riddles to solve.

Congrats to the two students who won prizes last week!

Solve the riddles below. The first three students to email me (
slice_marketing@mail.colostate.edu)  with the correct answers will win a FREE SLiCE reusable water bottle.

What belongs to you but others use it more than you do?

Two boys wish to cross a river. The only way to get to the other side is by boat, but that boat can only take one boy at a time. The boat cannot return on its own, there are no ropes or similar tricks, yet both boys manage to cross using the boat. How?

 

What's Happening in SLiCE


Turkey Drive

60% of those who are at risk of hunger in our contry are children and senious. You can help change that! For the Thanksgiving Season, SLiCE is holding a Turkey Drive to raise funds to supply Thanksgiving Dinner to families who would be going without this November. If you have a chance, stop by the SLiCE office and donate cash or check by November 18th. Every donation makes a difference.

Homeless Gear-A-Thon

The Homeless Gear-A-Thon is a Gear Drive held by SLiCE in partnership with Homeless Awareness Team and benefiting Homeless Gear (a local non- profit).

We will be collecting gear such as backpacks, sleeping bags, flashlights, water bottles, towels, socks, etc. Items that aren't commonly associated with homeless drives, but much needed by the homeless community. We will be collecting campus wide from November 7th - December 7th.
 

Opportunities Around Campus


2012 Martin Luther King Jr. March Leaders

The planning committee for the 2012 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration is seeking nominations for community activists, leaders and volunteers to serves as March Leaders. The theme for the 2012 Celebration is "Fulfilling the Dream: One Step at a Time" and we hope to have March Leaders who are active change agents in Northern Colorado. We are looking for people who are working to achieve equality and justice for all through their efforts. They can be leaders in a formal or informal setting.

If you know of such people, please send their name and a short description of why you think they should be a March Leader (including a description the education work to which the individual is committed) to Meagan Goulian at
meagan.goulian@colostate.edu by Tuesday, November 22 by noon.

OnCampus EcoAmbassador Program

This is a program in which students are able to "green" their campuses and promote environmental awareness by using readily available EPA resources. Throughout the OnCampus program, students can educate fellow students through informational events or initiate environmental change on their campus through longer term projects. The program lasts the duration of the school year. Students can choose from a variety of events and projects within the categories of energy, water, land, air, health, and advocacy.

To get involved, students select an activity and school sponsor, register their project or activity online, then organize their event and report their results. Register now (any individual or student organization can participate) on the
EPA website.

Internships in Washington, DC - Nonprofit Sector

This fast-paced, eight-week residential program provides students from around the world with the opportunities to gain an edge in today's competitive job market and graduate school admissions, experience the excitement of Washington first-hand, and dive into a summer of service in the nation's capital.

Institute on Philanthropy and Voluntary Service
Washington, DC
June 10 - August 4, 2012
Courses Accredited by Georgetown University
Early Deadline for a 5% Tuition Discount: December 2, 2011

Students will be accepted on a rolling basis until the Final Deadline of March 7, 2012. Students applying by the Early Deadline of December 2, 2011 will be given preference in admissions and scholarship decisions and will receive a 5% discount on their tuition balance. For more information visit:
www.DCinternships.org/IPVS or contact Kristen Wright, IPVS Program Coordinator at IPVS@tfas.org or 202.986.0384. Or look at their informational brochure.
 

Opportunities Around the Community Fort Collins



Matthews House

Matthews House needs volunteers November 10 for the Hoopla For Hope Gala Fundraiser. Volunteers are needed to assist with set-up, registration, live and silent auctions, and clean-up. Contact Joyce Dickens at 472-4293.

HELP International

HELP International
needs volunteers November 11 for the Veterans' Day Special Dinner Dance. The dance is 6-9:30 pm. Contact Jean at info@helpint.org.

Respite Care

Respite Care
needs volunteers November 12 for Respitality. Every child who attends gets to be paired one-on-one with a volunteer buddy who will help them complete each activity and have fun! Contact Laura at volunteer@respitecareinc.org.

Community Service and Volunteerism

Is your passion for making a difference in your community? This program may just be perfect for you. The SLiCE Office has a new venue for seeking out community and volunteer opportunities independent of the ones SLiCE already offers. The Community Service and Volunteerism RamLink Page will keep you up to date regarding connecting with local agencies and organizations looking for volunteers. Our Events Page is a great way to seek out new ways to make a difference. Again, this is a new venue to see out opportunities around the community to help others.

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