Who is OME

Event Date:  Thursday, November 8
Event Time:  6-7:30pm
Location:       W20-491

co-sponsored by:  The Division of Student Life & The Office of Minority Education featuring nationally known speaker Peter Lake

The event will be a series of conversations on campus addressing civil communication in a diverse and technologically oriented community, including online communication, harassment, and bullying.

"What Recruiters Are Looking For" provides insight, from the HR professional’s perspective, on the detailed and specific skills needed to successfully enter the workforce.

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If you would like to request group members for your Seminar XL sessions complete the section(s) below. 

The following Seminar XL LE expectations are explained in greater detail in the Syllabus which students are expected to read/understand/ print and bring to the first session. Student acknowledges that he/she:

  • Has printed/read and accepts the Seminar XL LE Syllabus/Policies, which describe the expectations from participants
  • Commits himself/herself to observing policies and to contributing to the fulfillment of the Seminar XL LE objectives
  • If a student needs to drop Seminar XL LE, he/she must notify OME
  • Understands that if he/she does not fulfill the Seminar XL LE requirements as delineated by its policies, or if in any way student’s participation is counterproductive to the goals of Seminar XL LE, at any time student may be asked to stop attending the Seminar XL LEmeetings; and if that happens after Drop Date, student will receive an “F” as a final grade

 

Click to view and print Syllabus/Policies (Note: All information entered above will be lost by viewing this document prior to submitting.)

Please complete and submit this form electronically ONLY.  Your “space” in the program may be given to someone else if this form is not COMPLETE.

Groups will be assigned by OME staff on a first come first served basis.

Seminar XL Facilitators and TSR^2 TA Application for NEW or RETURNING staff

10-digit phone number (no spaces or hyphens)

Below is a list of previous subjects offered for facilitation/tutoring.

1.00    1.04    1.60    2.001    2.002    2.003    2.005    2.007    2.030    2.40    3.091    5.111    5.112    5.12    5.13    5.60    6.00    6.0001    6.01    6.02    6.03    6.006    6.012    6.013    6.041    6.071    7.012    7.013    7.014    7.03    7.05    8.01    8.01L    8.012    8.02    8.021    8.022    10.02    10.10    10.213    10.301    10.302    10.32    10.37    12.300    14.01    14.02    15.501    16.001-004 (Unified)    18.01    18.01A   18.014    18.02    18.022    18.03    18.05    18.06

In the text box below, please write in all of the subjects for which you can facilitate/tutor as well as any other subjects not listed.

If you are applying for a TSR^2 position only please select 0.

The References section is for NEW Applicants ONLY. Please list at least 2 references in the fieldsets below.

The Isabelle de Courtivron Prizes are awarded annually to MIT students for writings on topics related to immigrant, diaspora, bicultural, bilingual and/or multi-racial experiences. Kym Ragusa, a co-director of the MIT School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Science's Center for Bilingual/Bicultural Studies (CB/BS), says this year’s “many stellar competition entries” included essays on hyphenated identities, second-generation experiences of family and community, and photography during the Vietnam War.

 

In celebration of your graduation, you and your family are cordially invited to attend the 2012 Minority Graduating Students’ Luncheon!

 

Friday, June 8th

Immediately following Commencement

TGIF with 3M

Join us for the last TGIF of the semester!!

when: Friday, May 4th from 4-6pm
where: Bush Room (10-105)
what: raffle prizes, music, games, and more!
who: YOU!

3M representatives will attend this event so come out and learn more about this great company!

See you all there!

 

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