HECUA and CGEE are hosting a flash information session next Wednesday April 1st from 10:30am-11:00am at the Multicultural/International Suite, in the Christensen Center. Coffee and refreshments will be served.
Two Augsburg students currently studying and completing a for-credit internship with HECUA in the Twin Cities will be there to share their stories with prospective students:
Zitlali Chavez Ayala is interning with Line Break Media where she is participating in storytelling for social justice trainings, learning about and practicing video production and editing, working with Voices for Racial Justice video interviews from leaders in Bemedji, and learning how to build a story framework for local social justice movements and organizations. Her independent study project for the HECUA class is related to how inequality has spread through the use of environmental racism and how relationships between people can change the relationships we have with our environment.
Karla Arrendondo-Payan is interning with the Cleveland Neighborhood Association where she is engaging with local residents, learning community organizing, conducting targeted outreach and engagement with Latino residents, and facilitating leadership development training workshops for residents. Her independent study project will investigate the history of community engagement in neighborhood associations, and the historical barriers and lack of engagement and representation of underrepresented residents and residents of color. This project will connect directly with her internship site and her supervisor, Ariah Fine, is supporting her in her research and will use her findings in real time.
HECUA staff will be available to follow up with interested students and lead them through the application process.
Learn about Racial Justice, Need-based and Dreamer Scholarships!
Located in the Multicultural/International Suite.
Join us for worship in the chapel as our series "The Posture of Prayer" continues. Service of Holy Communion and Pastor Sonja Hagander preaching.
10:40am, Hoversten Chapel, Foss Center
At this interactive event, the place where you sit, and the meal that you eat, are determined by the luck of the drawjust as in real life some of us are born into relative prosperity and others into poverty. Join Campus Ministry Student Organization and Oxfam for this important reminder of poverty and hunger in the U.S.
5:30pm to 7:30pm, East Commons, Christensen Center
Wednesday Night Communion: Holy Week
Join us for worship with Holy Communion. Babette Chatman preaching, student testimonial by Jon Bates.