Board Meetings – Mondays, 7:10 PM-8 PM @ Moss Room in MU
Board meetings are open to the public. Come to learn more about upcoming events and be a part of the planning process.
Rotaract Mentor/Mentee Program
Interested in an opportunity that lets you connect with other members in Rotaract on a more personal level? We’ll pair upperclassmen with lowerclassmen to help us grow together as a club through mentorship, fellowship, and fun! If you did not fill out a survey at the general meeting, please download the survey here, fill it out, and e-mail the updated PDF back to [email protected]. Thanks!
Mentor / Mentee Program Update
Be on the lookout for more “official” events next quarter! With finals week fast approaching, plan study dates with your mentors / mentees – or even de-stress events. Nothing can brighten these stress-filled weeks better than the company of others.
Join our Relay for Life team today! Cost to register this quarter is $10, but will go up to $15 in spring quarter.
MEMBERSHIP – Want to meet new people and make some new friends? Talk to [email protected] !
Moonlight Bowling – Friday, March 9th, 9:30 PM – 12:00 AM @ MU Games Area
Come and join your fellow Rotaractors on a Friday night for some fun and games at the MU bowling alley. We will most likely be bowling 2 games, but may do a third depending on those who attend. The price is $2 per person per game and the shoe rental is $1. Please remember to bring socks! There are also a variety of arcade games to play, as well as billiards, so please bring extra cash if you are interested in either of those as well. We hope to see you all there! (Mentors, contact your mentees!)
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT – Want to get started in the professional world? Contact [email protected] !
Naval Postgraduate School Summer Internship @ Monterey, CA Apply by Tuesday, March 20th, 2012
To apply, send a cover letter, resume, and copy of your transcript to Jackie Rosenkranz, Research Associate at[email protected]
The center is looking for students who are focused in mechanical engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, mathematics, and physics. They are conducting research on developing directed energy beam control technologies, including adaptive optics for atmospheric turbulence compensation.
Genentech Reproductive Technology Group: Mouse Biology @ Solano County, CA To apply, submit resumes directly to Catherine Sohn, DVM at[email protected]
Send questions to Kimberly Cachero at [email protected]
Interns will be working with the Genentech Research Support Facility and will be responsible for preparing IVF dishes, assisting with colony management tasks such as hormone injections, set-ups for mating and plug checks, assisting in sperm and embryo cryopreservation, etc.
PUBLICITY – Want to learn more? Publicity would love to hear from you! E-mail [email protected] !
Super Awesome Saturdays: A-Frame Painting – Saturday, March 10th, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Meet at the MU Flagpole
Help us finish our A-frame!
Last General Meeting – Tuesday, March 13th, 6:10-7:00 PM @ Olson 6
Come join us for our last meeting of Winter Quarter! Bring a dish to share for our potluck!
Newsletter Listserv Sign-up Link
Have a friend who’s interested in learning more about Rotaract, but who hasn’t signed up for our listserv yet? Direct them to http://eepurl.com/g86Lk!
Curious about the pictures that have been taken at past events? Check out our Shutterfly at www.crcdavis.shutterfly.com. Pictures are updated weekly.
Took pictures at an event? Want to contribute to the Rotaract photo collections? Send us an email or find us after the meeting to arrange a way to get those pictures to us.
Want to find out what we have planned for you? Link the Campus Rotaract calendar with your own by adding [email protected] to your Google calendar to keep up-to-date with the latest events!
INTERNATIONAL CHAIR – Interested in our international service projects? E-mail [email protected] !
International Project: Make Agent Orange History
We will be supporting non-governmental agencies who help fund early detection, prevention and education for the disabled. They also provide critical services to the poorest disabled children in Vietnam, including those affected by exposure to Agent Orange/dioxin. In addition, these agencies provide direct assistance to help those affected find jobs, attend school, and attain prosthetic devices.