Please come to our first (of many) Class of 2016 Town Hall
meeting tomorrow. This platform is designed for all of us to contribute, take
leadership and work together to create the change we wish to see.
Here’s what to expect
- A collaborative discussion as to how we should run this
- A brainstorming of ideas on projects that our class can
- Identifying a vision for what we can accomplish as a class
collaboratively and individually
Why you might be
Get Involved: There
is a simple phenomenon behind getting involved: once you start, new doors open.
This is a great place to start. Participating in our class’s community platform
is a risk-free, obligation-free opportunity for you to get active on a project that
supports our school OR to initiate
your own. Involvement will likely lead you to new relationships and
opportunities that can grow into a successful law school experience.
There is no individual agenda here. You can show up with an idea that you want
to see initiated and use this forum to get support. Support may come in the
form of ideas, connections or actual contributions from your peers.
Get Experience: While
this forum may not immediately come with a title or resume line it is an open
opportunity to build experience. In most interviews you will probably get
questions that ask you about a time you: accomplished something, solved a
problem, or overcame an obstacle. This can be an opportunity for you to create that
experience. Find an issue, develop a solution. Most jobs you apply for after
graduating will need you to solve problems. This forum can be a way for you to build
those skills as well as the experiences that can build a resume or interview
Friday, 9.27, 12:00, Room 4085
Some of us have RRWA Trainings, Dean’s Fellows Meetings or
Pro-Bono interests on Tuesday, 9.24.
Please to Friday’s ‘Follow-up’ for those who did not make Tuesday’s
meeting AND those who did.
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