This week brings the UMC Zen Zone, free fitness classes at The Rec, the Give and Go Donation Drive, several career development workshops, a voluntourism session and more.
Monday, May 3
4–7 p.m. UMC, Alferd Packer Grill
Are you stressed due to finals? Relax, take a break and re-energize with free breakfast! Sign up to receive a free breakfast burrito, and stop by the Alferd Packer Grill to pick it up. Remember to bring your Buff OneCard.
May 3-4 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. VAC breezeway
Fuel for finals by picking up free snacks and stay motivated with words of encouragement from CU Buff family members. Located outside of the Visual Arts Complex in the breezeway area.
May 3–7 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Various locations
Come help sort and bag donations from students who are moving out of the residence halls. Through the Give and Go Donation Drive, you can help capture as many usable items that are in good and working condition so they can be donated to local nonprofits. View and sign up for volunteer shifts.
Through May 14 UMC open hours UMC, first floor
Take a break, relax or meditate in a comfy area to “zen out” while you prep for finals.
Tuesday, May 4
Through May 5 Times vary Rec Center
Come take a break from finals at The Rec. Participate in all sorts of free fitness classes, from bouldering to yoga and even skating! Register to reserve your spot at fitness classes, and don’t forget to bring your Buff OneCard.
Wednesday, May 5
3 p.m. Virtual
Learn the best tips and tricks on how to find an internship from Career Services. Get help with your résumé, learn how to describe your professional experience and more.
Noon to 1 p.m. Virtual
Did you recently graduate and are still looking for a job? Join other graduates and alumni to share job search tips, success stories and challenges. Learn about resources, best practices, employment trends and more from career coaches.
Thursday, May 6
4–7 p.m. Sewall Field
Connect with your student communities at CUnity Fest, while learning about campus resources and meeting student organization and multicultural Greek leaders as well as staff from the Center for Inclusion and Social Change and other campus units. The event will feature free food, games, music (DJ Ambitious Boy) and more.
Friday, May 7
2–3 p.m. Virtual
What is voluntourism and who does it serve? What are the impacts of volunteers acting as tourists and tourists who volunteer? Join this session with the Volunteer Resource Center and gain a deeper understanding of voluntourism. Explore questions about its impact and develop skills for how to be effective if you choose to engage in voluntourism while traveling.