March Virtual Involvement fair
Sign-up by Monday, March 15th
Participate for a chance for your org to win one of two $50 co-sponsorships!
Looking to share more about your organization with potential members? Sign your registered student organization up for the March 17th Virtual Involvement Fair from 11:30 am - 1:30 pm.
This conversation series is for new and continuing leaders looking to discuss current topics impacting student leaders.
Can't make it? Be sure to join us on our last conversation about Calling In vs Calling Out on April 7th at 1 pm.
Did you know the SGA Eagle’s Nest Fund Grant provides project funding for student organizations to host virtual and on-campus projects that help boost a healthy campus culture and promote involvement in different student organizations?
As a UNT student, you have the power to make your virtual or on-campus project ideas within your student organization a reality by submitting the Spring 2021 Eagle’s Nest Funding Application via UNT OrgSync by April 2, 2021. Please review the attached link below to find more details about the Eagle’s Nest Fund Grant expectations and requirements. Notably, all project funding is awarded by the SGA Student Allocations Director and the student committee, which means the decisions behind this student-funded program are made by students. Meet one on one with the SGA Student Allocations Director for more questions and guidance by attending an Eagle’s Nest Fund Resource Meeting!
Visit the Eagle’s Nest Fund website for more details.
What’s your student organization project idea? Apply here.
• SGA Email: email@example.com
• SGA Office: Union, Suite 344
Has your org already been featured for #FeaturedFriday? If not, share why other's should join your org, today!
We understand that orgs aren't able to table or promote what they are doing right now so we want to highlight our organizations for #featuredfriday #untstudentorgspotlight
Was your organization or a member recognized at the state, national, or international level? Have y'all won any awards, competitions, or tournaments in the 2020-2021 school year? Please let us know by filling out this form for a #featuredfriday #untstudentorgshoutout!
Promote your org at the 2021 Equity & Diversity Conference!
Promote your registered student org in a PowerPoint that will display during the 2021 Equity & Diversity Conference Presented by Hilti, which was originally scheduled for February 23rd will now be held on March 23, 2021.
We will be running the PowerPoint in our all-day networking Zoom room. Email James.Jackson@unt.edu with your graphic sized for a 16:9 PowerPoint slide or if you have any questions about the specifications.
Admission to the conference is FREE for UNT World students at edc.unt.edu/registration!
Org Service Opportunity
The Center for Leadership and Service alongside the Multicultural Center and The Office of Outreach would like for you to join us at our inaugural Cesar Chavez Day of Action!
Cesar Chavez Day is a US federal commemorative holiday, begun by the government in 2014 and has been celebrated in our country since the year of 2000. This holiday is annually recognized on March 31st and it celebrates the birth and legacy of the civil rights and labor movement activist, Cesar Chavez. This holiday marked the first time a Latino Labor Leader was recognized and honored with its own public legal holiday. With dedication and selflessness, Cesar Chavez fought for farm worker’s rights, economic justice, and civil rights. It is a legacy that he will forever leave in our country and will serve as inspiration for generations to come.
This year in collaboration with the Multicultural Center, Office of Outreach, and our UNT organizations we will be having the inaugural Cesar Chavez Day of Action at the University of North Texas.
This event will occur virtually on Wednesday, March 31st from 3-5 PM.
Our event will spotlight the non-profit, LUPE, an organization founded by labor rights activist César Chávez & Dolores Huerta, LUPE builds stronger, healthier communities where colonial residents use the power of civic engagement for social change. In addition to the day of activities, we will also be hosting a Supply Drive benefiting the ANGRY Tias and Abuelas’, a non-profit whose mission is to provide basic necessities for the health, safety, and support for human dignity and justice, to individuals and families seeking asylum at our borders as they embark on their journeys to designations in the U.S. The supply drive will be in accordance to COVID-19 guidelines by being virtual as well. Participants can purchase an item using an Amazon Wishlist that was created by Team Brownsville and ANGRY Tias and Abuelas and the donation will be sent directly to them so they may disperse supplies as necessary.
If your org requires service hours, be sure to share the registration info to attend here.
Donate to Supply Drive here.