The ASB program has provided students with opportunities for service learning and leadership development. ASB provides a unique opportunity for students to dedicate their spring break to engaging in community service by immersing themselves in communities they are unfamiliar with and doing work they may never done before. Alternative breaks allow students to engage in meaningful direct service while exploring social issues and building relationships.
Pi Sigma Alpha is the National Political Science Honor Society. Each chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha is encouraged to provide a framework for enriching the exposure of its members and the wider university community to the study of government and issues of public concern. To be eligible for membership, students must have distinguished themselves in the study of government and politics.
Each first year student is assigned to an upper class student who is trained to serve as a source of information, point of first contact and conduit to program and services. Peer Advisors coach students in the formation of the personal success plan and act as an advocate for student success. The personal success plan provides a framework for establishing specific, reasonable, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely goals for the first semester.
The Western New England Gender/Sexuality Alliance is a group of students, staff, and faculty that are dedicated to promoting equality on campus. We are an accepting group, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, religious backgrounds, age, race, or labels. We seek to create an atmosphere of acceptance and respect for all students, staff, and faculty.
The Class Officers fall under the umbrella of the Student Senate. The objective of the Class Officers is to help establish unity in each of the three undergraduate classes. The Class Officers consist of a president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer for each class.
Orientation Group Leader at Western New England University Office of First Year Students
Provide first year students and parents information during Summer Orientation and Registration period, and assist in successful transition into the University environment. Design and prepare a multimedia presentation on student life as well as assemble and verify program materials and evaluations.
March 2015 - July 2015
Internship at Eric Lesser Campaign for State Senate
Canvassed to inform potential voters and planning events associated with the campaign. Assisted with collecting poll numbers day of election, and participated in stand outs supportive of the campaign.
September 2014 - December 2014
First Year Seminar Assistant at Western New England University Office of First Year Students
Assist Professor with taking attendance of class; co-facilitate class discussions, grade assignments, and lead presentations on transitioning into college leveled classes. Meet with students to discuss coursework and provide advice on academics.
Open House Associate at Western New England University Office of First Year Students
Present on student life topics; greet and gather information from participants; assist with directions on campus, and answer questions regarding campus life, civic engagement and diversity.
April 2014 - Present
Survey Interviewer at Western New England University Polling Institute
Dialing land-line and mobile phones across Massachusetts to conduct interviews consisting of questions about local and national politics. Afterwards, inputting raw data into Win Cati 2.4 Interview software.
March 2014 - Present
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