Event Calendar

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Thu, Feb 21, 2019

U.S. PIRG Information Table

Stop by this information table to speak with Brendan Mahoney, a 21st Century Transportation Fellow with U.S. PIRG. U.S. PIRG is an advocate for the public interest, working to win concrete results on real problems that affect millions of lives, and standing up for the public against powerful interests when they push the other way. Fellowship opportunties are now available to Amherst students looking to make a positive impact, using the time-tested tools of investigative research, media exposés, grassroots organizing, advocacy and litigation.

APA Paris/Dakar Info Table in Val Atrium

Spend a semester in the breathtaking city of Paris, France! Stop by the Academic Programs Abroad (APA) table in Keefe Center between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. to learn more about how your time in France can give you a leg up in your studies and career. APA gives you the flexibility to build your own schedule and take courses in any subject, in French, that are of interest to you from the University of Paris system, APA's in-house electives or replace a course with an independent study or research. Benefit from weekly one-on-one customized language support and ongoing academic support.

Students Only

The Life of a Software Engineer: Lunch & Learn with Amherst Alumni at Google

What is it like to be a software engineer at Google? Join us for a Lunch & Learn with two Amherst alumni currently working there -- Julia Edholm '15 and Emily Masten '17 -- to hear day-in-the life stories and get an insider's glimpse at what makes engineering at Google unique.

This event will be catered! RSVP on Handshake and the following link to get more information about Google events and opportunities: http://tinyurl.com/Amherstspring2019

Build an Android App in Two Hours with Amherst Alums at Google

Bring your laptops! This hands-on workshop will walk participants through all the necessary steps to build your very own functional Android app in just two hours' time.

Please register on Handshake and at the following link, so that presenter Julia Edholm '15 may e-mail you resources for the session in advance: http://tinyurl.com/Amherstspring2019

This event will be catered! Please note that a foundation in Data Structures is highly recommended for successful participation in this workshop.

U.S. PIRG Fellowships & Internships Information Session

U.S. PIRG is an advocate for the public interest, working to win concrete results on real problems that affect millions of lives, and standing up for the public against powerful interests when they push the other way.

With U.S. PIRG, students can join a team of dozens of organizers, advocates, lawyers, researchers, policy analysts, communicators and others with a record of winning hundreds of new laws and other policies that have made the lives of people all across the country healthier, safer and more secure. Fellowship opportunities are now available to Amherst students looking to make a positive impact, using the time-tested tools of investigative research, media exposés, grassroots organizing, advocacy and litigation.

Attend this information session to hear from Brendan Mahoney, a 21st Century Transportation Fellow with U.S. PIRG, about his experiences with the organization and what full-time fellowship and summer internship opportunities are available.

Calendar of Events for Food Justice Week

Healthy Snack Making Workshop

Learn how to make healthy, affordable and tasty snacks! Sign up at tabling on Monday, February 18.

Registration Required