Summer Externship Orientation, Social Impact through Enterprise & Free Film Screening on Women Vets

Have an Externship this Summer? Don’t Miss the UW Law Summer Externship Orientation

CPSLlogo.Presented by Esther Park, Director of Externships

Wednesday, May 15, 12:30 – 1:20p.m., Room 127

This is an important meeting for those who are planning to take an externship during summer quarter. We will explain what is necessary to receive credit, including procedures for goal-setting, time-keeping, and reflecting on your experience. We will also discuss the site visit and seminar requirements, as well as the roles and responsibilities of field supervisors and faculty supervisors.

Social Impact for Students: How to change the world through Social Enterprise 

Si-logoMay 14, 5:30-7 pm, 390 Paccar Hall

What inspires and motivates social entrepreneurs?

How do students leverage the resources they have to change the world with like-minded individuals?

And how are these ideas developed into an achievable solution?

Join us for a panel and small group discussion with four local organizations that are focused on social innovation: an approach that harnesses new strategies, concepts, and organizations that meet social needs of all kinds – from working conditions and education to community development and health – and that extend and strengthen civil society. Speakers will discuss the everyday experiences that motivate them to make a collective impact in a society that is becoming increasingly independent. This is also an opportunity to NETWORK and learn about existing on-campus opportunities that will further these connections. 

Who will be speaking?

Steve Schwartz – Upaya;  Lindsey Engh – HUB Seattle; Mark Horoszowski- MovingWorlds; Cole Hoover – Global Brigades Institutes (and formerly Lumana)

Who should come?

– Students from ANY major with an interest in social innovation and its impact in a university setting

– Anyone seeking to contribute their learned skills to a social cause

– Anyone who is curious about how Seattle-based entrepreneurs work effectively in their communities or around the world.

Please RSVP, as refreshments will be provided:

Free Film Screening: When  WOMEN Come Marching Home

Meet filmmaker Marcia Rock and veteran Angela Arellano.

“This inspiring documentary is about women warriors in their most fierce and intimate battle to overcome visible and invisible wounds…a must see!” – Alfie Alvarado-Ramos, Director Washington Department of Veterans Affairs

Tuesday, May 14, 3-5pm

Alder Commons Auditorium UW Veterans Center: 1310 NE 40th St Seattle, entrance is on NE 40th between Brooklyn Ave and University Way.

The KCBA Pro Bono Services invites Law Students to a Meet-and-Greet Happy Hour!


Learn about volunteer opportunities and join KCBA members and Pro Bono Services volunteers for a no-host happy hour on Wednesday, May 15, 2013, from 5 to 7 pm at Il Bistro, 93 Pike Street, Seattle, in the market.

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