In this Bulletin…
Dates and Deadlines
Student Org Tips
- A-Frame Alert – Remove or Move from Quad Prior to Friday!
- Registration Updates Paused May 1-15
- Learn How to Transition Your Board
- Congratulations, Nicole Garcia – April’s Student Leader of the Month!
- Need a Job for 2017-2018? Media and Publicity Intern Applications due Monday, April 24
- Volunteer at the Spring Weekend of Service!
- You’re Invited! Collaboration Roundtables
- Congratulations to Colleges Against Cancer – April’s Student Org of the Month!
- Davis Dance Revolution Tickets On Sale Now
- Market Your Experience
- Adopt a Block and Earn Community Service Hours
- 10-Bed, 4-Bath House to Lease for ’18-’19 School Year!
- Register to Volunteer or Attend “Aggie Thank U”
- Register Today for Stride for Aggie Pride 5K
- Sexual Violence Awareness Month
Dates and Deadlines
Aprl 17-21: Picnic Day Pre-Week
April 20: Spring Into Involvement, 11am-1pm, Segundo Green Space
April 22: Picnic Day, kicks off at 9:30am, UC Davis
April 22: Davis Dance Revolution, 7:30pm, ARC Pavilion
April 24: CSI Media and Publicity Intern Applications due
April 25: Collaboration Roundtable, 2-3pm, CSI Conference Room (442 MU)
April 27: Collaboration Roundtable, 3-4pm, CSI Conference Room (442 MU)
Student Org Tips
It takes everyone’s support to make Picnic Day a safe and welcoming open house for all who visit UC Davis and the City of Davis that day.
All the information you need to have a great day can be found in the Schedule of Events, also available on Aggie Feed, and in resources provided on the Picnic Day website to get informed on how to do your part in making this Picnic Day as safe and welcoming as possible. Resources include a map of the safety enhancement zone and respective fines, and how to host a safe party.
Show your Aggie Pride, support of responsible fun on Picnic Day, and encourage your student org members to commit to and sign the Pledge.
To help ensure the safety of all participants, if you see something suspicious or unusual, please say something! Notify UC Davis Police and be prepared with the location and other critical information when calling.
We should all do our part to preserve this cherished tradition for Aggie generations to come! Have a fun and safe Picnic Day!
We are excited to announce our release of the Officer Information Guidebook. This Guidebook is open for all students to catalyze their success as leaders of their student organization. Resources focus on Presidents, Treasurers, Authorized Reservers, and Publicity Chairs, but are not limited to these positions! Highlights include leadership development workshops, leadership library, grants, fundraising advice,and more. All resources are available through Center for Student Involvement and at your disposal all year long.
A-Frames near the Quad will be removed on Friday in preparation for Picnic Day set-up. CSI encouraged all student organizations with a-frames to secure them in advance of Friday. Following Picnic Day, student organizations may find remaining a-frames stacked under the trees at the north end of the Quad nearest to the Memorial Union.
Registration Updates Paused May 1-15
In preparation for the launch of 2017-2018 student organization registration on Monday, May 15, registration updates will not be processed between May 1 and May 15. If you submit a registration update to change officers during that time period, your submission will be denied. All student organizations will be prompted to register for the 2017-2018 academic year on Monday, May 15.
If your club is going to transition board members, consider attending one of the Transition Workshops to learn how! If your club has already transitioned, is your process efficient? Come learn new ways to transition smoothly. Peer Advisers will assist your transition process and answer all your questions. The calendar has all the dates and times of the workshops. The workshops will be held in MU 442, CSI Conference Room.
Nicole is involved with Davis Women in Business and Aggie Reuse Store, and works at Student Affairs Marketing and Communications. She encourages students to get involved on campus so they can find community and invest in their passions. Learn more about Nicole by reading her spotlight. Do you know a leader that also deserve to be recognized? Nominate them on OrgSync today.
Under the supervision of the Student Activities Coordinator, the Media and Publicity Intern will support Center for Student Involvement’s marketing and advertising efforts while also serving as an ambassador for the office. CSI is looking for candidates with graphic design, social media, video production, photography and WordPress experience. For more information and to apply, visit the Job Posting and Application on OrgSync.
Spring into service! Choose a project, sign-up, and volunteer for the spring quarter Weekend of Service. Dates range from April 28-30 and projects are located in Davis and the greater Sacramento area.
Join CSI’s Advisory Council on April 25 at 2pm and April 27 at 3pm for roundtable discussions about collaboration! Share your student org stories about collaboration and swap strategies with other leaders. Refreshments will be provided. Two people in attendance at each roundtable will win a $5 gift card to the UC Davis Stores. Email Student Activities Coordinator Jaime Allen with questions and to RSVP.
Colleges Against Cancer is designed to help eliminate cancer by initiating and supporting the programs of the ACS on the college campus. They host on-campus events like Relay for Life and The Great American Smokeout. Learn more about them by reading their spotlight. Nominate a great student org you know to be featured next month by applying on OrgSync.
Tickets for Davis Dance Revolution are now on sale online or at the Ticket Office! Get your tickets now so you don’t miss all the great performances on Saturday, April 22 at the Pavilion. Check out the Davis Dance Revolution 2017 Facebook event for more details about who is performing.
Come join the Community Service Resource Center and the Center for Student Involvement to learn how to confidently include co-curricular activities & community service on resumes and during interviews. Become familiar with the workplace competencies that employers are seeking, and receive tips on how to Market Your Experience.
The Adopt-a-Block program gives groups the opportunity to enhance the look of their community by beautifying and maintaining a street or section of a street within or surrounding UC Davis main campus.
Why does it matter? UC Davis joined the rest of the UCs in going Smoke and Tobacco Free on January 1, 2014. While we have high levels of compliance for the policy, this has had a spillover effect on our campus neighbors and several “hot spots” have formed on campus. Cigarette butts are the most littered item with over 4.5 million being discarded annually. Student volunteers picked up over 4300 cigarette butts on campus in just 2 hours in spring 2015!
A 10-bedroom, 4-bathroom house will be available to lease for the 2018-2019 school year. Only Registered Student Organizations qualify to apply, as the house is on campus. The process to apply and interview will start this coming fall, and the selected group will be notified and sign the lease during spring 2018. Email email@example.com to add your name to the interest list to receive updates regarding the application process.
Student organizations at UC Davis are invited to the Quad to celebrate the donors who help make UC Davis such an extraordinary university. This is an opportunity for students to share their gratitude to our supporters by handwriting thank you notes and recording personalized video messages. The event will be fun and feature a variety of entertainment and giveaways such as pizza, t-shirts, raffle, and more.
There are plenty of opportunities for you and your student org members to volunteer at this event. Sign up online to RSVP to attend and/or help out at this event.
The Stride for Aggie Pride 5K is a run/walk dedicated to bettering student life. This philanthropic event promotes a healthy lifestyle, with a specific focus on student holistic health to promote being mentally and physically ﬁt. All proceeds from the event benefit the ASUCD Awards Endowment and We Are Aggie Pride. The family-friendly event is open to participants of all ages, including community and UC Davis affiliates! Participants will enjoy a scenic route through the beautiful UC Davis Arboretum as well as other campus landmarks along the way. To support this important cause, local businesses and campus departments will host booths and hands-on activities throughout the event.
Register! If you register by April 14, you’ll be guaranteed a shirt and save money on registration costs. Regular registration rates apply April 15-25 and on the day of the event.
Volunteer! Interested in helping out with the Stride for Aggie Pride 5K? There are many ways to get involved to support the dedicated group of students and staff organizing the event. If you’re interested in volunteering as a group, only one form is needed. Examples of volunteer duties include Quad setup, loading/unloading, bag check, water station help, and encouraging participants. To volunteer, sign up online.
Join the Women’s Resources and Research Center and campus partners for a series of events engaging in dialogue around sexual and gendered violence and how it affects our community. Engage in healing, support, resistance, and celebration of resilience.