As we approach the halfway point of the semester, we’re probably all feeling the inevitable stress that comes from managing academic workload and extracurriculars. However, if you’re looking for some new ways to apply your new academic knowledge or help in lifting campus spirit, check out the following opportunities:
Looking for a way to get involved in making students happy? Consider joining The Happiness Club:
“We are an upcoming club in the Columbia family committed to enhancing the Columbia experience through fun events and activities that will help alleviate stress, push us closer as a community, encourage acts of kindness and simply give us more reasons to smile.
Presently, we are on the look out for positive, determined and passionate individuals who are worthy of leadership roles as well as a general body of fun and enthusiastic people invested in the cause. Message us or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit us at our tabling event on October 27, 2015 to find out more.
We promise to keep you smiling from all the wonderful things you’ll do for our college community.”
Are you a first-year undergraduate student interested in learning more about technology? Consider applying to ADI’s JADE program:
“The January Application Development Experience (JADE) is a great way to bond with other first year students interested in technology. We are looking for first year students with some programming experience. This program will allow you to learn more about the tech community in New York City and tech resources at Columbia. ALL majors please apply, you do not need to be planning to major in Computer Science. To apply, visit this link.”
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