From: Elyssa Kim
Date: February 23
Subject: {Greek Newsletter} Updates to Student Programming + Service!



*UPDATES FOR STUDENT ORGANIZATION PROGRAMMING*

Organizations may sponsor events larger than 15 if they obtain a venue which may safely accommodate the expected attendance.  They must follow the Programming Guidelines located here, complete an Operations Program Plan and meet with the appropriate staff (all of which is indicated in the Guidelines).  

We are still permitting only grab and go food items prepared and packaged by a licensed vendor with no consumption on site.  This will be revisited each week and if there is any change in food consumption I will let you know.

https://tinyurl.com/OoOEDF

With recruitment winding to an end and chapter treasurers beginning to collect dues, the Order of Omega wants to remind everyone about the Emergency Dues Fund (EDF), which helps support members of the Greek Community who have experienced a financial emergency and as a result are unable to pay their chapter dues. Questions? Contact Shaan Patel, Order of Omega Treasurer, (sbp45@case.edu)
Click HERE to apply!

After hearing Edgar Villanueva, author of "Decolonizing Wealth," speak to the CWRU community as part of CCEL's November Social Change Series philanthropy spotlight, members of CWRU's Delta Tau Delta chapter were inspired by Villanueva's discussion on giving circles, which are formed when a group of individuals come together to pool their time, talent, or treasure to support a philanthropy effort and make a greater impact with their resources. Delta Tau Delta decided to start its own giving circle by pooling $5 from chapter dues monthly to different nonprofits selected by the chapter. In February, the chapter is supporting the Greater Cleveland Food Bank and inviting the larger CWRU community to join in by donating. Learn more about Delta Tau Delta's motivation for starting a giving circle, and consider starting one of your own among family, friends, or clubs to support an organization of your choice and make an even greater impact! Click the image to watch their video!

GIORTASTE
The Interfraternity Congress, Panhellenic Council, Order of Omega Honor Society and Greek Life Office cordially invites you to the Annual Giortaste Awards, celebrating the achievements of the Greek community and individual members’ incredible achievements. This year we are also recognizing the Citizenship Award Winners! (please use the same form for your nomination).

Please join us on Tuesday, March 9th at 6:30pm EST via Zoom for a celebration of our Pytte Cup and Outstanding Member Awards.

RSVP for the event here!

get involved in the community

Integrity Week presents Academic Integrity Board
Integrity Week (I-Week) at CWRU is a programming effort hosted by the Academic Integrity Board (AIB) to promote academic integrity among the CWRU student body and the greater CWRU community. This year, we have decided our theme to be Integrity and Wellbeing. The COVID19 pandemic has definitely been an unprecedented time, and now more than ever, it is important to promote health and wellbeing among CWRU students. Our hope is that our 2021 programming can provide tools and resources for CWRU students to know how to be proactive about handling academic challenges during trying moments. Questions? Contact Veronica Madell (vsm14@case.edu)

Green Bag Series: Careers and Internships in Sustainability
Join us to hear from a panel of internship and early career experts and current undergraduates who will speak about their experiences with green internships. We will also be discussing the available opportunities with COVID-19 and working remotely. Your participation, questions and sharing of your sustainability internship experience is welcome. Questions? Contact sustainability@case.edu.
Click HERE to register!

CWRU SA&L Strengths Journey
Come learn more through our daily fun facts, trivia questions, and team features. Students can also watch this short video to learn more information about the Strengths Journey! Make sure you join us on IG Live at 12:30pm on Friday, February 26 so you can hear firsthand how Strengths has helped students here at CWRU!

As a follow up to StrengthsWeek, we will be conducting a variety of workshops all through the month of March. Please see the attached document and/or go to our CampusGroups page (https://community.case.edu/strengths/events/) for more details!

 


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