First Spring 2012 International Coffee Hour, Mon. 1/30
Kick off the New Year by coming to International Coffee Hour! Coffee Hour gives students the opportunity to enjoy coffee, culture, and conversation as well as make new friends, both from the U.S and abroad. International Coffee Hour will take place in the Tech Rec Center from 6-7pm and will be hosted on a monthly basis. The event is co-hosted by OIE and the Student Center Programs Council.
When: 6:00pm – 7:00pm, January 30th, February 13th, March 12th & April 9th.
Where: Tech Rec, Student Center, 1st Floor
Culture Tech & Culture Fest 2012
The Office of International Education is seeking motivated and enthusiastic undergraduate and graduate students to join Culture Tech. Officers and members needed.
Culture Tech is a student organization that aims to promote diversity on Tech’s campus and increase cross cultural interaction. Events include International Food Fair, Language Lunch, Performance Night and Movie Fest during Spring Culture Fest.
Want to get involved? Contact: Meghan Popick.
Tutors Needed at the International Community School
Give your time and gain personal development, friendship, and more at the International Community School (ISC). The ISC is an elementary school for refugee and immigrant students. This spring, the ISC is looking for GA Tech students to volunteer and to assist the school’s 5th grade students with their annual exhibit.
The exhibit’s trans-disciplinary theme is “Sharing the Planet” which will focus on the central idea that humanity is constantly struggling to resolve conflicts. The students will be broken up into groups of 4-5 students. Each group will create a project that explores this theme. Upon completion, the groups will display their projects.
The project is student driven, but ICS needs volunteers to mentor each group. The mentors will facilitate the group discussions and guide the students as they pick a project and display. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Deanna Lilly.