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Wednesday, May 2
5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Asian American Activities Center Couchroom
(second floor of Old Union Clubhouse)
How Can I approach friends in need?
What are the warning signs of an eating disorder?
Do you have friends who feel pressure to conform to male and female Asian body stereotypes?
Learn how to answer these questions at our last After Dark event of the year.
Featuring Naomi Brown, CAPS Psychologist
Dinner will be provided.
Please RSVP by 11 PM on Sunday, April 29 at
Questions? Contact Jenny Nguyen at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the A3C, please visit our website at a3c.stanford.edu
Mastering the Art of Interviewing
Applying for jobs/graduate schools? Don’t know what to say or ask? Come learn how to convince employers that you are the right person for the job! Melissa Saulog, Career Counselor Intern at the CDC, will be at the A3C to help you hone your powers of persuasion. After the workshop, Melissa will be available to answer any specific questions or concerns you may have.
Join us this Thursday, April, 19th, from 3:00pm-4:00pm in the Asian American Activities Center.
A3C Speaker Series Presents:
The Road to Med School: How to Approach the Application Process
April 19th, 2012, Noon – 1:00 PM
Asian American Activities Center, 2nd Floor Old Union Clubhouse
LUNCH IS PROVIDED
With MCATs and pre-med classes wrapping up, what’s next? Juhn Verano, M.D. Admissions Officer, will give advice on how to best prepare for interviews and what steps you should take to stand out as an applicant.
**Nominations Deadline extended to Monday, March 5, 2012 at Noon ***
Nominators will be required to fill out one (1) nomination form per nominee per category. Nominations will be held active for two (2) years for future use. To nominate deserving Stanford student, faculty, staff, and alumni, please click on this link to the nomination form.
When: Thursday, November 17th, 2011 at 12:00 NOON
Where: A3C Couchroom, Old Union Clubhouse, 2nd Floor
FREE LUNCH PROVIDED
After a long quarter filled with unforgettable experiences and new friendships, as well as endless assignments and tough midterms, where do you go from here? What steps can you take during your break to relax and get ready for Winter Quarter? Come and hear from Sally Mentzer, an Academic Advisor for Undergraduate Advising and Research (UAR), as she helps put your quarter in perspective and advises you on ways to use your experience as a stepping stone to discovering yourself at Stanford.
When: THURSDAY, November 3rd, Noon – 1:00PM
Where: A3C Couchroom, 2nd Floor Old Union Clubhouse
LUNCH IS PROVIDED
Whether you’re a freshman transitioning into college or an upperclassman on the verge of taking MCATs and GREs, life’s challenges create a lot of stress. The best thing you can do in these times is to relax and defuse, but how? Come join us as we hear Oliver Lin, Staff Psychologist at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), describe a variety of ways to cope with different forms of stress.