Public and Urban Policy Program Speaker Series: NYS Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli

Monday, March 26, 2018 at 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall, Room 202 55 West 13th Street, Room I-202, New York, NY 10011 Join us for a discussion with Thomas P. DiNapoli, New York State Comptroller since 2007, and graduate of Milano School for International Affairs, Management and Public […]

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Free Student Summit :: March 23-25

This March 23-25, Virginia Commonwealth University will be hosting the IMAGINE Social Good Student Summit. Their motto – “Gathering Together to Build a More Just and Livable World” – will inform this entirely student-led summit, with keynote inspirations and mentor guidance throughout. The summit is free for all students, and support for travel/accommodations might be granted by […]

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Verizon Connected Futures III Demo Day :: Friday, March 23

The Verizon Connected Futures Prototyping and Talent Development program, in partnership with NYC Media Lab, supports development of new media and technology projects from universities across New York City, linking students and faculty with industry experts. Teams will present their prototypes at the Demo Day. Join NYC Media Lab and Verizon to explore cutting-edge VR, […]

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Avivar Capital is Recruiting Impact Investing Summer Associates

Apply today for their Summer Associate positions Avivar Capital, an SEC-registered investment advisor focused on impact investing, is recruiting three Summer Associates to assist with portfolio monitoring and research. They will host Associates in their Los Angeles office beginning May 21, 2018. They are seeking candidates who meet the following qualifications: Align with Avivar Capital’s mission and […]

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Poster Design Competition :: Design for good! Competition Deadline April 2

Designers: flex your artistic muscles for a good cause! This April Wolfsonian-FIU Museum is partnering with AIGA Miami, Adobe Creative Jams, and Lotus House to host a design competition that challenges misunderstandings, inspires compassion, and motivates action surrounding the issue of homelessness. Submit a poster design by April 2 that educates the South Florida public […]

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[Job Offer] @BeMore :: Curriculum & Communications Associate

BE MORE trains professionals in three priority industries—healthcare, business, and law – in proven skills to reduce unconscious bias and make better decisions to enhance the company’s bottom line and enable a more inclusive world. BE More has a bold mission: to help organizations unleash human capital by eradicating bias by 2040. They are looking […]

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Social Impact Career Fair – April 5

If you are interested in build a career around social impact on April 5 the Center for Student Success is hosting a Social Impact Career Fair. This fair features employers seeking students and alumni with liberal arts, social sciences, and media backgrounds. All New School students and alumni are welcomed to attend all fairs. More […]

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Echoing Green and Barclays invite New School students to apply for the NYC Future of Work Social Innovation Challenge

Echoing Green and Barclays are partnering to challenge next-generation innovators to develop and submit their ideas to the Future of Work Social Innovation Challenge. Top undergraduate and/or graduate student teams from colleges and universities across NYC will be selected to participate in a one-day business plan boot camp and pitch competition on May 9, 2018. […]

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Apply to Become an Equitable Public Space Fellow and Join Their Staff for A Year!

Deadline to apply: March 18, 2018 The Design Trust for Public Space is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the future of public space in New York City. Our projects bring together city agencies, community groups, and private sector experts to make a lasting impact—through design—on how New Yorkers live, work, and play. The Fellow will […]

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#DisruptClimateInjustice

February 26 – March 2, 2018: The New School will disrupt regular curriculum across the University in order to learn about climate change and its implications, particularly the unequal and devastating impacts on the most vulnerable and least responsible communities around the globe. This disruption is an opportunity to come together to take concrete action toward […]

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