Published: April 4, 2022

This week brings career workshops, a panel discussion on teaching English abroad, the National Pan-Hellenic Council meet and greet, a guided paint class, Public Health Week events and more.

student studying insideMonday, April 4

Prepare for the Fair: Résumés and More

 4–6 p.m.  Virtual
Get ready for the next career fair. Learn how to build the best résumé, and get tips for interviews, having conversations with employers and more. Register on Handshake to attend.

Trivia Night

 7–9 p.m.  UMC, The Connection
Join The Connection for Trivia Night! Today’s theme is music pop culture. Sign up for free with a team or individually. Sign-up starts at 6 p.m. at The Connection front desk. Prizes will be awarded to top finishers.


Tuesday, April 5

Buff Talks: Teaching English Abroad

 6:30–8 p.m.  Virtual
Join a panel discussion from experts who have taught English around the world. Panelists will share tips on how you too can land a job teaching abroad. They will share personal experiences, the qualifications necessary for landing a good position, questions you should ask and other critical issues to consider. Sign up on Handshake to participate.

NPHC Meet and Greet

 6:30 p.m.  C4C, third floor, Abrams Lounge
Bring a friend and learn more about National Pan-Hellenic Council. NPHC comprises nine historically African-American sororities and fraternities. Representatives from each chapter will be available to share information on their history and important facts, answer questions and provide details on how you can get involved. Register to attend.

Public Health Week

​ April 4–8
Learn about public health at CU Boulder while you participate in activities that encourage your health. Events include blood donation, helping friends with Narcan, HIV testing, tips on self-care and more.

Wednesday, April 6

The Conference on World Affairs

​ April 6–9​  Various campus locations
The Conference on World Affairs returns in person April 6–9, and this year, organizers have curated a student-specific series of programs focused on today’s top world issues. CU Boulder students don't need to register, and will be treated like VIPs with priority seating at this free conference.

Green Greeks

 5:30–6:30 p.m.  UMC 355
Are you a member of a recognized fraternity or sorority at CU Boulder? Are you interested in helping your chapter reduce its environmental impact? Attend this meeting to learn more about how you can become a Green Greeks representative. As a representative, you have the chance to help establish sustainable behaviors in your organization. Register by completing the Green Greeks interest form and learn more. 

Thursday, April 7

Think about it Thursdays: Real self-care

 11 a.m.–noon  UMC
Take a break and join today’s Thursday session to find ways to de-stress and practice self-care, even when you feel overwhelmed.

Guided Paint Class

 7–9 p.m.  CASE, Room E422
Take time to relax and learn from a pro by attending a guided paint class. It’s a great way to get to know others while creating a painting you can’t wait to show off to your friends! All supplies are included. Registration is required to attend.

Friday, April 8

Feel Good Fridays

 12:15–12:45 p.m.  CU Art Museum  Virtual
Come learn about a work of art and then participate in a related mindfulness practice. Join in the museum galleries in person or virtually via Zoom. The powerful, guided meditation can undo stress, soothe the nervous system and help you feel relaxed and revitalized. All are welcome. Register in advance if you plan to attend virtually.  

You are Graduating: What’s Next?

 3–4 p.m.  Virtual
Have you been focusing solely on your time in college and wondering what you will do next? Get a better understanding of what you might want to do after graduation, what your priorities are and how to set yourself up for success. Sign up on Handshake to attend.

Bonus: 3 things to do this weekend

Extreme Bowling

 April 8, 9   7–11 p.m.  UMC, The Connection
Grab a couple of friends and get ready to have a great night at The Connection, Friday and Saturday nights. Enjoy the fun of bowling with black lights, colored lane lights and color pins. It’s the only extreme bowling you’ll find in Boulder!

Beach Park Cleanup

April 10  10 a.m.–noon  Beach Park, 1280 Euclid Ave.
Are you looking to volunteer? Join CU GOLD for a day of service and clean up Beach Park with fellow Buffs. You can help repot flower beds, pull weeds, pick up trash and clean up the area. All necessary materials will be provided. Send an email to to sign up! You do not need to be a CU GOLD member to participate.

CU International Festival 2022

April 10  3–7 p.m.  UMC, Glenn Miller Ballroom and Aspen Rooms
Learn more about the world right here on campus! The CU International Festival is a celebration of cultures and traditions from all around the world. Visit booths, and enjoy performances, food and interactive activities. The festival is the largest student organized event on campus and is free and open to the public.

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