eeling the pressure of finals? Come spend an hour with UPHA at a Stress Buddy session! A Student Health Ambassador will be joining us to discuss the physiology of stress and share some relaxation and stress prevention techniques. Following the session, you’ll be invited to participate in a follow-up survey which enters you into a raffle to win massages, yoga classes, iPads, and more.
The Stress Buddy Event will take place on Wednesday, December 7th from 7pm-8:30pm in CAS228. Be sure to join us next week to relax a bit before finals begin. We hope to see everyone there!
We are writing to share with you a unique volunteer abroad opportunity for your students/colleagues for the 2012 summer with AYUDA (American Youth Understanding Diabetes Abroad, Inc.). This opportunity is distinctive because of our commitment to empowering our volunteers to become agents of change through a combining an intensive training that begins the moment a volunteer is accepted into our program with an impactful in-country experience.
Below is more information on AYUDA and our programs for this summer. We would be grateful if you could forward it on to students/relevant faculty that might be interested in this sort of opportunity. Please be advised that applications are due February 1st, 2012.
Maria Velasquez Volunteer Coordinator
tel: (703) 527-3860 email: email@example.com
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EMPOWERING YOUTH TO SERVE AS AGENTS OF CHANGE IN DIABETES COMMUNITIES ABROAD
Juntos Somos Más Fuertes! Together We Are Stronger!
Support for International Change
SIC is dedicated to limiting the impact of
HIV/AIDS in underserved communities and
training future leaders in global health and
Learn More about SIC’s volunteer
Programs at these Info Sessions:
Tuesday, November 8th, 1:00 – 1:50
Monday, December 5th, 5:00 – 5:50
BU School of Public Health
Crosstown Building, CT462
801 Massachusetts Ave
Volunteer with us in Tanzania
Teach educational seminars
about HIV/AIDS prevention and
reproductive health to students
and community groups in rural
Learn about lesson planning,
community assessment, and
program coordination from an
Homestays – Live with a
Tanzanian host family, learn to
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UNDERGRADUATE PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION
Free movie screening
The Business of Being Born
SAR room 300
7:00pm – 9:00pm
• Find out how businesses effect birth in America
• Snacks and refreshments provided