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The Jaime Lucero Mexican Studies Institute at CUNY is hiring!
Join our team:
The Institute is seeking to hire a graduate assistant to work on planning our annual conference, to be held May 13, 2016. The tentative title of the conference is “¡A comer! A conference on food and the role of Mexicans in food industries, culinary arts and trade between Mexico and the United States." We especially seek applications from graduate students in food studies, public health or culinary arts programs. Flexibility in number and scheduling of hours is possible. If interested, forward your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Institute is seeking to hire part time event support staff. This position will involve planning and delivering outreach events. Ideal candidate is a CUNY undergraduate student with experience in event planning, including budgets, set up/clean up, supervision of volunteers and more. If interested, forward your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Day of the Dead
Join Mano a Mano: Mexican Culture Without Borders for their annual Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos) in New York City. This tradition is rooted in the native Mexican belief that life on earth is a preparation for the next world and of the importance of maintaining a strong relationship to the dead.
You are invited to come and remember your own departed loved-ones and bring copies of photographs to be placed on our community Ofrenda (offering).
For more information please call 212-587-3070 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Free event and open to the public.
Study Abroad Opportunity
Are you a Graduate Student interested in studying abroad in Mexico?
The City College of New York, CUNY is offering a US-Mexico course during the winter session, EDCE 5700C (Education That is Multicultural). The course is open to graduate students across the CUNY campuses. Students will visit elementary and secondary schools and speak with educators, students and families. The goal of this course is to inform future educators on the issues of diversity and prepare them to work with students in their classrooms.
For more information, you may contact Ms. Ninive Gomez at email@example.com.
Frida Kahlo at The Botanical Garden
May 16, 2015 to November 1, 2015
"This blockbuster exhibition is the first to examine Frida Kahlo’s keen appreciation for the beauty and variety of the natural world, as evidenced by her home and garden as well as the complex use of plant imagery in her artwork. Featuring a rare display of more than a dozen original Kahlo paintings and works on paper, this limited six-month engagement also reimagines the iconic artist’s famed garden and studio at the Casa Azul, her lifelong home in Mexico City.
Accompanying events invite visitors to learn about Kahlo’s life and enduring cultural influence through music, lectures, Frida al Fresco evenings, Mexican-inspired shopping and dining experiences, and hands-on art activities for kids."
To purchase tickets click here.
Tribute to the Disappeared” is an art project in honor of the thousands of men and women who have disappeared in Mexico, and for other victims of violence and injustice around the world. Co-founded and curated by Andrea Arroyo in response to the disappearance of 43 youths from Ayotzinapa, Mexico on September 26, 2014. Over 275 international artists have participated thus far.
• “Tribute to the Disappeared” The Malcolm X & Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial and Educational Center, New York City. September 25-October 17, 2015.
• "Tribute to the Disappeared" Women's Rights National Historical Park Gallery, Seneca Falls, NY. October 30-December 20, 2015.
Visit www.facebook.com/tributetothedisappeared to read the stories, and view the art.
TheDream.US national scholarship fund provides college scholarships to highly motivated DREAMers who have DACA or TPS approval and who, without financial aid, cannot afford a college education that will enable them to participate in the American workforce.
TheDream.US is offering two types of scholarships – one for first-time college students and one for community college graduates who want to complete their bachelor’s degree at one of the partner colleges.
The application will be available starting September 14, 2015.
The deadline to apply is February 15, 2016
For more information on the scholarship, partner colleges, requirements, and application process, click here.
Click here for the Preliminary Scholarship List for Health Related Graduate Programs 2015 and 2016.
Take note of the due date for each scholarship.
The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans provides up to $90,000 in support for immigrants and children of immigrants who are pursuing graduate school in any field and at any institution in the United States.
The application is now open and available on the website, where you can find the full eligibility requirements. The application deadline is November 1, 2015.
For sponsorship opportunities please write to firstname.lastname@example.org