Bystander CPR course– Feb. 16

Sidewalk CPR

On Monday, Feb. 16 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Treehouse Courtyard, Public Safety will host a Bystander CPR (hands only) course. It will only take 2 minutes to learn the proper technique, and the skills you gain could end up saving a life. Eighty eight percent of cardiac arrests occur at home so the chances are high that the life you save will be that of someone you love.

Bystander CPR (hands only) provided immediately after cardiac arrest can triple a victim's chance of survival, yet only 32% of cardiac arrest victims receive CPR from a bystander. Come out and take a few minutes to learn the proper technique and you’ll be prepared to help those in distress.

For additional information, contact Rachel Huff, Community Involvement Coordinator, at ext. 8444 or Rachel.huff@csuci.edu.

A&FA Mentorship and Networking Night – Feb. 20

Join us on Friday, Feb. 20 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Grand Salon for the Alumni & Friends Association Mentorship and Networking Night. This unique event will match alumni and students with local professionals in their field. View the flyer for Mentorship and Networking Night (PDF).

RSVP for A&FA Mentorship and Networking Night. Light refreshments will be served.

For additional information, contact Tania Garcia, Director of Development, Alumni Relations, at ext. 8952 or Tania.garcia@csuci.edu.

Poetry Slam – Feb. 23

Intercultural Services is looking for spoken word pieces following themes of equality, solidarity and humanity celebrating the Women's Recognition and African American Heritage. Those who want to participate will have a chance to present their material on Monday, Feb. 23 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Treehouse Courtyard.

The top two winners will be asked to perform and be awarded at the Women's Recognition Luncheon in March.

Please RSVP here. For full event details, please click here (PDF).

For more information, contact Motoko Kitazumi, Intercultural Services Coordinator, at ext. 3243 or Motoko.kitazumi@csuci.edu.

Live at CI: Native Vibe – Feb. 24

On Tuesday, Feb. 24, the CI community is invited to attend a concert by Native Vibe- a high energy, eclectic instrumental music group that blends Latin, African, Caribbean, Funk Rock and Jazz styles. The concert will take place in Malibu Hall 140, 1:30 to 4 p.m. and is free. Please RSVP here.

Check out their website for information on the group.

For additional information, contact Motoko Kitazumi, Intercultural Services Coordinator, at ext. 3243 or Motoko.kitazumi@csuci.edu.

Let’s Talk with the Police – Feb. 25

On Wednesday, Feb. 25, students are invited to speak with CI Police to discuss the rights and responsibilities of police officers and members of the community both on and off campus in “what-if” scenarios. The event is hosted by Intercultural Services and will be held in Sage Hall, Room 2030 from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. If you plan to attend, please RSVP here.

For additional information, contact Motoko Kitazumi, Intercultural Services Coordinator, at ext. 3243 or Motoko.kitazumi@csuci.edu.

Kenny Elliott and Wendy Smith-Bruné – Feb. 26

On Thursday, Feb. 26, Intercultural Services is hosting a live concert featuring drummer Kenny Elliott and vocalist Wendy Smith-Bruné. The event will take place in Malibu Hall 140 from 3 to 4:15 p.m.

Vocalist Wendy Smith-Bruné is one of the premier singers in Los Angeles. Wendy was a Raelette and she toured extensively with the great Ray Charles. Wendy has also sung with Chaka Khan, Barry White, and Aaron Neville. Wendy is the featured vocalist with the current edition of the Glenn Miller Orchestra, which recently completed an 11 week tour of Australia.

Drummer Kenny Elliott toured with Lou Rawls for 18 years. Kenny has also toured with Aretha Franklin, Natalie Cole, Billy Preston, and The Impressions. Kenny has performed or recorded with Ella Fitzgerald, Bobby Blue Bland, the Staple Singers, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Vicki Wynans, Rance Allen, Zoot Sims, Benny Maupin, Lil Harding Armstrong, Mel Tormé, Stevie Wonder, Joe Cocker, Nancy Wilson, and Al Green. Kenny currently works with the Luckman Jazz Orchestra and the Elliott Caine Sextet.

Please RSVP here if you plan to attend.

For additional information, contact Motoko Kitazumi, Coordinator of Intercultural Services, at ext. 3243 or Motoko.kitazumi@csuci.edu.

African American Achievement Awards Luncheon – Feb. 27

On Friday, Feb. 27 from 12 to 2 p.m. in the Grand Salon, Intercultural Services will host the African American Achievement Awards Luncheon. This event honors individuals for their endless effort to create, sustain and promote all forms of diversity within the community. Students will have an opportunity to dine with community leaders with live music in the background.

Students that RSVP by Friday, Feb. 20 will receive business cards to help them network. Please RSVP for African American Achievement Awards Luncheon.

For more information, contact Motoko Kitazumi, Coordinator of Intercultural Services, at ext. 3243 or Motoko.kitazumi@csuci.edu.

Career & Internship Fair – April 16

Career FairCareer Development Services will be hosting the 13th Annual Career & Internship Fair on Thursday, April 16, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Central Mall. Students and alumni can network with over 70 local organizations who are actively recruiting to fill internships, as well as part-time/full-time employment position openings. Participants should come prepared in professional dress and bring a polished resume for a potential interview with a future employer.

For a current list of participating employers, please visit the website.

For additional information contact Amanda Carpenter, Assistant Director of Career Development Services and the Henry L. “Hank” Lacayo Institute Internship Program, at ext. 2565 or amanda.carpenter@csuci.edu.

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