Board Meetings – Mondays, 8:10pm-9pm @ 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.
SERVICE – Want to volunteer with us or have any questions? email [email protected] !
Indian Dinner Fundraising – Saturday, November 12th, 6pm-11pm @ International House on 10 College Park
Help set up for an amazing night of fundraising. Help with decorations and food preparations. Available shifts: 6-8:30pm and 8:30-11pm.
Bucks for Ducks – Friday, November 18th, 8:30pm-10pm @ Veterans Memorial Center in Downtown Davis (203 E. 14th Street)
Help with cleanup at the end of this fundraiser supporting the Yolo Basin Foundation.
Time Off for Caregivers – Saturday, November 19th, 9:40am-3pm @ Davis Senior Center on 646 A Street
Give caregivers a rest and fill their spots for one day. Enjoy talking , listening to great stores of the past and playing games.
FINANCE – Shoot an e-mail to [email protected] for any questions regarding fundraisers and all that money business!
Relay For Life – Saturday, April 14th – Sunday, April 15th @ Russell Field
Team name: Campus Rotaract Club
Please inform us if you are interested in joining. It will cost $5 this quarter and $10 next quarter.
MEMBERSHIP – Want to meet new people and make some sweet friends? Talk to [email protected] !
Jelly Belly Factory Tour – Friday, November 11th (Veteran’s Day), 9:00am-1:00pm @ Fairfield
Come join Rotaract for our annual tour of the famous Jelly Belly Factory in Fairfield! We will meet at the Tennis Courts near the MU at 9:00am. Please bring money for gas, at least $2 since we will be carpooling. Also bring extra money if you would like to splurge on jellybeans or for the optional lunch held afterwards. Please let us know if you can drive for this event!
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT – Want to get started in the professional world? Contact [email protected] !
Internship at Novartis: Computational Drug Discovery
These families include many pharmaceutically important drug targets. This one-year internship involves learning to train and employ these models on new and existing drug discovery targets. The ideal candidate would understand the physical properties of organic compounds and proteins, and how they can interact as well as familiarity with computer programming and running scientific calculations.
For more information Contact Eric Martin at [email protected] or 510-923-3306.
Training Program with Aspire Public Schools
Info session Thursday, Nov. 10th, 12:10pm-1pm @ South Hall Room 229
The Aspire Teacher Residency Program is a teacher training program in collaboration with Aspire Public Schools and University of the Pacific. After the program, Residents earned: CA preliminary teaching credentials, a Master of Arts in Education, a $13,500 stipend for the first year, and full benefits and tuition reimbursement opportunities. Residents who successfully complete the first year receiving priority hiring for a full-time teaching position at Aspire.
For more information visit: aspirepublicschools.org/?g=atr
Access Leisure Sports
Two leisure sports internship opportunities: Quad Rugby and Sled Hockey. These sports were developed for individuals who have all four limbs of their body affected by their disability. Interns needed for January and February 2012.
PUBLICITY – Want to learn more? Publicity would love to hear from you! E-mail [email protected] !
7th General Meeting – Tuesday, November 15th, 6:10pm-7:00pm @ Olson 6
Join us next Tuesday to learn about new volunteering opportunities, fundraisers, and of course spending time with your fellow Rotaractors! :]
Follow us on Facebook and Twitter!
HISTORIANS – Like taking pictures? E-mail [email protected] and let them know!
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.
Enrolling admissions at: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, England, Germany, and more.
Project types: Business Management, Community Development, Education, International Relations, Non-Profit, Medicine, etc.
For more information on these projects visit www.aideabroad.org