The East Lansing Arts Commission is currently accepting a second round of applications for its fiscal year 2021 (FY21) Cultural Arts Grant program.
The Cultural Art Grant program supports public art projects that promote personal expression as well as public involvement. Emphasis is also placed on the promotion of cultural appreciation of the Black, indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) and Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersexual and Asexual (LGBTQIA+) communities.
“Commissioners are looking for applications that address each of their criteria points,” East Lansing Arts Festival and Arts Initiative Coordinator Heather Majano said in an email statement. “It must take place in East Lansing, primarily benefit East Lansing residents, have artistic merit and encourage artistic awareness, public participation and/or cultural arts appreciation.”
The commission has up to $17,500 to allocate for the 2021 grant, with roughly half already being allocated in round one. There is currently $8,697 available for round two of the grants.
“Applications with a focus on diversity, equity and inclusion will be looked upon favorably as well as those applications that only request 15% of their budget,” Majano said.
FY21 grant-funded projects and events must take place between Nov. 1, 2020, and June 30, 2021.
Past winners include Community Darkroom 517, which is a public space for collaborative photo development, and “Vivek Vellanki — Passport Photo Project,” a photo project that allowed local immigrants to artistically change their passport photo in any way they liked using art supplies.
The application for the grant can be found at www.cityofeastlansing.com/CulturalArtsGrant. Applications must be submitted by Feb. 21, 2021, to be considered.
Share your research or creative scholarship with the university community April 15 – 19, 2021 at the University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum (UURAF)!
Registration https://urca.msu.edu/uuraf/reg for UURAF will open on January 13 and close on February 11, 2021.
Current MSU students and December 2020 graduates from all academic disciplines are eligible to present at UURAF 2021. Students may select poster, oral, or performance presentation types. All stages of research and creative scholarship are welcomed—from preliminary to capstone projects and everywhere in between! Research and creative activity conducted during courses, internship/REU, Education Abroad, or community-based participatory research are also accepted. Research is a process. Share where you are in that process when you present at UURAF.
Whether for graduate school, med school, or law school, almost every post-undergraduate school will require you to write some kind of personal statement. Prepare to write yours by joining us for this webinar.
Considering a gap year? Join us as we highlight gap year opportunities and discuss how participating in a gap year can impact your future employment and grad school prospects.
MSU has organized a series of three workshops in FS20 and a MSU Faculty Roundtable in SS21 on the
translation & interpreting field. Each workshop includes a language neutral section and a section with a
target language (Japanese, French, or Spanish). All are welcome to attend the language neutral portion of
each workshop. Each workshop will be three hours long (1.5 hours for non-language specific audiences
and 1.5 hours for target language audiences). The non-language specific workshop will be organized
around four key issues: (1) Navigating the paths to becoming a professional; (2) Scoping the field and its
future; (3) Learning strategies and methodologies for translation and interpretation; and (4) Identifying
resources for the profession. The language specific workshop will be a hands-on workshop focusing
mainly on strategies and methodologies for translation and interpretation.
Register here: https://msu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3rPgs5IOYdAsRGR
Topics covered include:
- How the benefits of education abroad can play an important role in your future
- What the differences are between various program types and experiences
- How much programs cost and where you can find funding
- What MSU has in place to keep you healthy and safe while abroad
- Where to go next to begin searching for a program
At the end there will be a Q&A session where you can ask us any questions you may have.
GLJETAA is hosting a virtual career fair for candidates who understand the Japanese culture or the Japanese language. Job seekers will have the opportunity to attend workshops, ask recruiters questions and submit their resumés to select companies. Business casual attire is highly recommended.
Ikigai Connections Workshop
Industry Career Panel
Career Catalyst Workshop
Established JETs Q&A Panel
The event will be held online and will be free of charge. This event is open to anyone with an interest in Japan-related jobs. Opportunities available for job seekers will be located in the Great Lakes region (Michigan and Ohio).
Please email Megan Worden at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. The Zoom link will be sent out through email the week of the event.
Register here: http://www.greatlakesjetaa.org/gljetaa-job-fair/
All Spring 2021 career fairs will be hosted on the Handshake virtual fair platform. Join the Career Services Network to learn more about preparing for virtual career fairs and gaining confidence when networking with potential employers in a virtual environment.
Join us as we unpack an easy-to-implement timeline and key resources aimed at empowering you to make a decision about graduate/professional study, explore and evaluate programs, tackle the application process, and understand how to finance your degree.
Where is the fair? The fair is held virtually from within Handshake.
Who can attend? The first hour of this event (2-3 p.m.) is open to LA major students only. The second hour (3-4 p.m.) is open to MSU students outside the LA major.
What do I need to do? Register to attend the fair on Handshake, and then sign up for 1:1 and group sessions with the employers you’d like to meet with. On the day of the fair, simply log into Handshake, navigate to the fair page, and click on the my sessions tab to start your meetings.
How can I prepare? Research the companies. Know what kinds of opportunities they offer, research news related to them, and review their website. Prepare questions for the company, and review your qualifications so that you are prepared to talk about past experiences and how they would relate to the duties you’d perform in the job.
What should I wear? We recommend business casual or business professional.
Register here: https://msu.joinhandshake.com/career_fairs/21051