Jan. 29 - Feb. 6: Service Organization Recruitment
Do you love service, social justice and community-building? Consider joining a service organization this semester, as this week marks the start of LMU’s service organization annual recruitment period. All ten service organizations, each with their respective social justice focus, will be hosting recruitment events during this time in search of new members. Be sure to follow their respective social media outlets or keep an eye out for their flyers around campus so you don’t miss them.
Feb. 1: #WORKITOUT Summit
LGBT Student Services (LGBTSS) is hosting a seminar dedicated to “embracing equitable, diverse and inclusive workforce development.” The event is open to faculty and students and will be held at the Life Sciences Auditorium from 4 - 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 2: Advocacy Teach-In at the Crossroads
LMU’s Center for Service and Action (CSA) is hosting its annual Advocacy Teach-In, a day dedicated to identifying effective tools for social justice advocacy in everyday settings. CSA will also be bringing in various non-profit organizations to speak to students and faculty about what it means to be an advocate. The event is available to anyone and will be hosted on St. Rob’s Lawn from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Feb. 9: Live Scan Session (Fingerprinting)
The Center for Service and Action will also be facilitating Live Scans, better known as fingerprinting or background checks, to students who need them to volunteer at non-profit agencies. These live scans will be offered at a discounted rate at CSA from 12 - 3 p.m.
Feb. 11: Heal the Bay Volunteer Orientation
Passionate about environmental justice and cleaner beaches? Attend Heal the Bay’s information session to find out more about their different programs for volunteers and Los Angeles water issues. The session will take place at 6:30 p.m. at Heal the Bay's headquarters in Santa Monica.