Upcoming Events (May)

The haphazard fashion in which we usually post events to our Facebook page (which then goes to Twitter and then to WordPress and LinkedIn!) is certainly in the advanced stages of driving people who love organization, myself included, a little insane.  There are several opportunities for the greater School For New Learning community to participate in exciting events in the month of May.

The following is a list of the events that we are aware of, but please feel free to comment with any shout outs or suggestions.




Friday May 6th, 12PM McGrath Arena Old School vs. New School Basketball Game sponsored by the Black Student Union (BSU)
Students play professors while over 10 CPS schools cheer in the stands! It’s a mentoring opportunity and we need you. Food, Fun and Fellowship. Bring the whole family.
Saturday May 7th, 8AM – 2PM St. Vincent de Paul Parish  Vincentian Service Day 
An exciting annual opportunity for DePaul University students, faculty, staff, alumni and community partners to come together in the communities of Chicago for a day of service. Registration begins at 8AM at St. Vincent de Paul Parish. There will be a picnic from 2 – 6 for all participants!
Thursday May 12th from 11AM-3PM  LPC Student Center  Healthcare and Nonprofit Job & Internship Fair 
Open to DePaul students and alumni only, please pre-register for this FREE event at depaul.experience.com (the full list of employers is listed here as well).  Dress in professional attire and bring plenty of resumes!
Friday May 13th, 5:30-7:00PM 14 E. Jackson, 14th Floor SNL Student Association (SNLSA) General Body Meeting
SNLSA offers current students a chance to have their voice heard within the college and university, a chance for networking and for finding out about important information and resources.
Friday May 13th, 6:00 -8:00PM 14 E. Jackson, 14th Floor ArtShare 
SNL undergrad students… Are you a painter? Sculptor? Musician? Do you practice other forms of visual or theatrical arts? Art Share is an Independent Learning Pursuit (ILP) option offered quarterly to students who wish to present evidence of learning that meets the criteria for competences in the A2 sub category: Creative Expression.
Wednesday, May 18, 1:00-4:00PM 14 E. Jackson, 1451 Defining “Need” and Being Prepared for the Unexpected 
This workshop will help you learn how to apply your education to real problems and issues facing non-profit learning professionals; allow a chance for feedback and connection with CCASTD professionals, skill development, and an opportunity to take a leadership role in one of the largest ASTD chapters in the country.

Perspective Students are always welcome to find out more about SNL graduate Programs by registering for an exciting informational session!

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