CCE Student Newsletter                                                                            Page 1 of 4

CCE Student Newsletter                                                                             Page 2 of 4

CCE Student Newsletter                                                                           Page 3 of 4

CCE Student Newsletter                                                                                                    ...
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  1. 1. CCE Student Newsletter Page 1 of 4 April 7th, 2010 Latest Press Greetings... The Center for Civic We, the Center for Civic Engagement, have decided to Engagement is proud of create a newsletter exclusively for UTEP students, to provide an update on any information such as events, Kanokporn Chattrakun activities, jobs, internships, scholarships and etc. The (Tu), a student from opportunity to post any type of upcoming event is available Thailand who has through this newsletter by completing a form or by received the Volunteer contacting the CCE at Award 2010, from Texas Buddhist Attention Criminal Justice Students! Temple in El Paso, Texas. Currently, she The Center for Civic Engagment would like to announce the is completing her opportunity to gain experience in the field of Criminal Justice by Master's in Physics at working under the Regional Services Director of the Rio Grande Council of Governments. The position of "Justice Assistance UTEP. Her leisure time Grant Technician" (Regional Services Division) is open to any between studies is to applicant who fits the job criteria. This is a payed position, volunteer in available for immediate hire, with duties lasting through the community. September 2010. For more information, please contact The Center for Civic Engagment at (915)747-7969, or email us at Chattrakun has an 4/26/2010
  2. 2. CCE Student Newsletter Page 2 of 4 interesting take on why the individual Asian American Buffet Fundrasing should volunteer, "Physics teaches me to think in a process, to do the simulation of the problem then check the result to make sure that it makes sense, and it is not just correct. This is always the key of successful work as a volunteer." She believes that the way of developing one's brain is working and dealing Asian American Buffet Fundrasing is an activity gathering with people (service- donations to aid Mexican UTEP students who suffer from learning). violence in Juarez, Mexico. The buffet will consist of various Chattrakun is an kinds of Asian and American food. Participants may bring food to share, or simply attend and join in the fundrasing effort.This excellent example event will take place on Sunday, April 11, 2010 at 4 p.m. at of UTEP's 3009 Nancy McDonald Dr. TX 79936. humanitarian community, and truly For more information, please contact Petcharat Saenpoch deserves this award. Phone: (915) 667-7923 Congratulations! E-mail : Useful Links UTEP NpEC Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) City of El Paso April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), and the Women's Fund of El Center for Civic Engagement encourages you to support the Paso UTEP Women's Resource Center by joining them in speaking out against sexual violence. Below is a link containing a list of Volunteer Action April events aimed at educating the UTEP community on the Center subject of sexual assault, and creating a network of advocacy here on campus. Please read through it and plan on coming out to join the cause. For more information contact Elisa Espinosa at (915)747-8896, or email the Women's Resource Center at UTEP Women's Resource Center Events- Newsletter Signup Join Shine Health Initiative 4/26/2010
  3. 3. CCE Student Newsletter Page 3 of 4 phone:915-747-7969 Info Website Downloads Merch Blog Fan Sites Electronic Press Kit Join AmeriCorps and work part-time during your school year with immigrant elders across the city of El Paso. Project SHINE is seeking UTEP students to share and learn cultural traditions, tutor in ESL, provide health services, and support community groups. WHO? Project SHINE is a national service learning program that creates intergenerational relationships with immigrant and refugee elders through language, health literacy and citizenship tutoring. WHAT? Members will promote a healthy community by tutoring English, health workshops, screenings and various recreational activities such as exercise or knitting classes that strengthen social connections. WHERE? Members will be matched with one of 20 sites in El Paso. WHY? Members will work in multicultural, diverse teams, gain leadership experience, improve the lives of hundreds of elders across the city and meet those who are eager to share their own cultures. Being an AmeriCorps member with SHINE is a part of the Serve America Act. This act calls Americans to SHINE serve and reauthorizes and expands national service programs administered by the Corporation for National and Community Service HOW? AmeriCorps members will serve part-time (8-10 hours per week) for 9 months (starting February 2010). Training will be provided. Members will tutor English, share and learn cultural traditions, help provide health services, and support to local community groups. Members will receive a $1,500 stipend and a $1,000 end-of-term education award. For information and application click here! 4/26/2010
  4. 4. CCE Student Newsletter Page 4 of 4 915.747.7969 You can make a difference!   This e-mail is sent to you in an effort to disseminate information pertinent to the collaboration, networking, professional development, and participation in the community If you would like to post an announcement or event, please complete the Submission Form and e-mail it to The contents of this message do not represent the views of the University of Texas at El Paso or the Center for Civic Engagement. Its purpose is solely for the dissemination of information relevant to its recipients. The sender therefore does not accept liability for the contents of this message. If you are not the intended recipient you are notified that disclosing, copying, distributing or taking any action in reliance on the contents of this information is strictly prohibited. Azuri Ruiz Center for Civic Engagement at the University of Texas at El Paso Forward email Email Marketing by This email was sent to by Update Profile/Email Address | Instant removal with SafeUnsubscribe™ | Privacy Policy. Center for Civic Engagement | 500 W.University | Benedict Hall, Room 103 | El Paso | TX | 79968 4/26/2010