Naper Settlement 523 S. Webster Street, Naperville, IL 60540
Grand Entry: Saturday 1pm & 7pm, Sunday 1pm
Gate Admission: Adults $12, Elders (62+) $9, Children 3-12 $7. Kids under 3 free. (Volunteers will have free admission.)
Volunteers will definitely be needed for the following areas: 1. Admission Gate Assistance 2. Hospitality/Food Service 3. Security 4. Groundskeeping/Trash Disposal
Volunteers may also be needed for the following: 5. RAFFLE TABLE 6. KIDS' CORNER 7. DANCER/DRUMMER CHECK IN 8. SOARRING TABLE
We also may need help with: 9. SET-UP (need to be available FRIDAY 9/21 during late afternoon/ early evening) 10. BREAK DOWN (after powwow ends Sunday), but at this point we're not sure.
Volunteers need to work one of the following 4-hr shifts (which can be split into 2 hour increments):
Saturday, September 22nd 10AM-2PM 2PM-6PM 6PM-10PM
Sunday, September 23rd 10AM-2PM 1PM-5PM 5PM-8PM (clean up/break down)
Volunteers get free admission to the event, are invited to partake in the Saturday evening dinner (5-7pm) for the dancers, drummers, and powwow facilitators, and are permitted to camp overnight Saturday on the premises (provided they bring their own camping equipment).
The powwow is rain or shine. No alcohol, drugs, or weapons are allowed inside the premises and no one is to enter the premises intoxicated. Sorry, no pets (but service dogs are welcome). Tipis welcome.
Information regarding basic powwow etiquette will be provided for those volunteers not already familiar with it; please read and acknowledge it prior to the powwow.
(LLAA encourages wearing orange and blue. Avoid wearing any Native American mascot gear.)
Please email the names of the volunteer(s), the shifts they are able to work, and if they need any accommodation due to health conditions (cannot stand, etc).
From La Casa Cultural Latina: Latino Family Visit Day Over the course of a Sunday, various members of the student services and academic affairs units of the university provide a day-long orientation on all aspects of university life, from navigating the financial aid process to adjusting to separation from family. The goals of the program are to create a series of experiences for Latina/o families to increase their knowledge, comfort level, and understanding of college life for their students. Complimentary transportation from Chicago to UIUC is available but space is limited!
This year, we will be celebrating our 15th Annual Latino Family Visit Day on Sunday, November 4th, 2018.
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Job in Springfield at U of IL Academic Professional Title: Director of Diversity and Inclusion Location: Springfield Close Date: 9/20/2018 Description: The Director of Diversity and Inclusion Student Center for the University of Illinois Springfield's main responsibility is to direct the recruitment of new students and the advising and mentoring of students from underrepresented populations. The Director is also responsible for managing and enhancing existing Diversity and Inclusion programs and for increasing the Universities portfolio of Diversity and Inclusion related activities. The purpose of Diversity and Inclusion initiatives is to achieve the goal of increasing recruitment, retention, academic performance, and graduation of such students. Existing programs include: Necessary Steps First Generation Mentoring Programs, Black Male Initiative and National Hispanic Leadership Programs. Supervise the Hispanic/Latinx Coordinator and the Women’s Center staff.
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Duties: Recruitment & Student Support:
Direct the recruitment of new students from underrepresented populations to UIS, represent UIS at underrepresented college fairs, and engage with communities whose populations are underrepresented in surrounding areas for recruiting new students, design and administer a Summer Educational Program targeted at middle and high school students. Provide structured mentoring to students to enhance their educational success, including developing and analyzing key performance indicators, such as student engagement, retention, grade point averages, and progress toward degree, graduation, and post-graduation outcomes. Award scholarship applications and seek out funding sources for new scholarships. Program Management:
Oversee the operations, the curriculum development, student programing and strategic development of the Diversity and Inclusion Student Center, the Latinx program and the Women’s Center to meet the needs of the University mission, goals and objective. Work in cooperation with the University Admissions, Academic Affairs and Student Affairs Offices to research and initiate best practices, new and start-up engagement initiatives. Cultivate relations with external partners to help fund and deliver student programming. Develop and articulate a comprehensive vision of recruiting, retaining, and supporting historically underrepresented students on campus. Other Duties:
Perform other duties as assigned by the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs including representing UIS at the President’s Diversity Task Force. Qualifications: REQUIRED Minimum Qualifications:
Master’s degree Experience of three to five years in diversity initiatives at the post-secondary level. Knowledge of and experience in identifying and developing appropriate means of serving the educational, career and cultural needs of low-income, first generation, African American males, and Latinx students. Knowledge of Student Development Theories and ability to build and sustain appropriate programming based on this specific framework. Demonstrated experience and strong skills working with underrepresented students. Demonstrated educational philosophy and methods that encourage the development of active and independent learning habits. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills and collegiality. Demonstrated skills in advocacy, career development, and retention strategies. Demonstrated experience and strong skills in staff and student supervision. Trustworthy and dependable Preferred Qualifications:
Experience in community engagement. Strong work ethic – self disciplined
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