SOE Newsletter: Upcoming Meetings and Events


 

October 1: Study Abroad Fair (NEW)

Interested in studying abroad? Visit with UW-Stevens Point International Program staff, program leaders and former student participants at the Study Abroad Fair on Wednesday, October 1 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the DUC Encore.​

October 13: Teaching English in Japan Informational Meeting (NEW)

Guy Healy, Japan, a culture-exchange consulting agency based in Nagasaki and Fukuoka, Japan, has invited 15-20 UWSP students to work and live in Japan as part of the USA Summer Camp program. The students from America will stay in Japan for approximately nine weeks. During this period the students will work as camp counselors at USA Camp USA for part of their stay and stay with Japanese host families for part of their stay.

Students who are interested should attend an informational meeting on either October 13 at 4:30 p.m. in 212 Collins Classroom Center or November 18 at 6 p.m. in 104 Collins Classroom Center.

October 13: Point in Common Series: Why do we educate? ​

Why do we educate? Author and Professor Harry Brighouse, Ph.D. from UW-Madison will speak at Sentry Theater on Monday, Oct. 13 as part of the free Point in Common Community Speaker Series. Brighouse will share how we should educate children so that they can have a flourishing life, and will contribute to others having flourishing lives.

Registration for this free event is encouraged, but not required. Free child care is available at the Schmeeckle Reserve Visitor Center. 

Point in Common's mission is to advance ideas that stimulate and motivate actions, create excitement, and raise public investment, all to improve education in the Stevens Point community.

November 18: Teaching English in Japan Informational Meeting (NEW)

Guy Healy, Japan, a culture-exchange consulting agency based in Nagasaki and Fukuoka, Japan, has invited 15-20 UWSP students to work and live in Japan as part of the USA Summer Camp program. The students from America will stay in Japan for approximately nine weeks. During this period the students will work as camp counselors at USA Camp USA for part of their stay and stay with Japanese host families for part of their stay.

Students who are interested should attend an informational meeting on either October 13 at 4:30 p.m. in 212 Collins Classroom Center or November 18 at 6 p.m. in 104 Collins Classroom Center.​

 

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