Volunteer! The Chicago Humanities Festival

August 27th, 2013 § 1 comment

CHF's awesome visual for this year's theme.

CHF’s awesome visual for this year’s theme.

As you may already know, the Chicago Humanities Festival recently announced its Fall Festival schedule. This year’s theme is ANIMAL, and the line-up looks super exciting.

Interested in attending events, but feeling the strain of the imminent tuition bill? Want to get involved with a great humanities-oriented non-profit early in the year? Consider volunteering at the festival!  Volunteering is a savvy way to make connections, get to know an organization, and gain experience (woah, professionalization!).

We are going to have several different volunteering and service opportunities throughout the year–get excited about Service Core, Service Events, and more–but for now, if you want to get going on your volunteerism/humanities activities/exploration of Chicago, check out CHF. At least one of your Mentors will be doing it, so if you have questions, you know where to find us (and if you don’t, scroll all the way down this page).

 

I’m personal hoping there will be some reflections on the following. An event on cuteness? I think yes. Maybe MAPH will have to pick that one up, though. Also, here’s your daily dose of adorable animal, normally to be found at the MAPH Nest:

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§ One Response to Volunteer! The Chicago Humanities Festival

  • Bill Hutchison says:

    Also of note, the newly formed Animal Studies Workshop at University of Chicago will be holding our first conference this academic year. Watch for it in April 2014 – the conference is called “Why Do Animal Studies?”. Our two faculty sponsors, Heather Keenleyside and Mark Miller, will also be presenting at CHF!

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