Get Connected, Cornell!
Here are upcoming opportunities to meet and learn more about organizations, offices, and resources to make the most of your time at Cornell! All events are through offices within the division of Student & Campus Life.
August 23 | Ho Plaza (WSH rain location) | 1-3pm | Club Sports Council & Campus Activities
Club Sports Council is hosting a small club sport-specific tabling event for our organizations that start their season before the larger ClubFest on 9/10.
Participating Club Sports: Baseball, Women's Rugby, Aikido Club, Women's Club Ice Hockey, Quidditch at Cornell, Women's Club Water Polo, Men's Club Water Polo, Table Tennis, Cornell Wild Roses - Ultimate Frisbee, Cornell Figure Skating Club, Softball, Cornell Club Rowing, Cornell Running Club, Sport Taekwondo, Women's Club Lacrosse
Aug 24 | 626 Thurston Ave | 4-5:30pm | Office of Spirituality & Meaning-Making
Welcome event with free ice cream. Connect with different religious and spiritual groups on campus. Meet spiritual leaders affiliated with Cornell United Religious Work.
August 27 | Front Lawn RPCC | 12-2pm | Campus Sustainability Office
Join the 40+ student clubs representing sustainability on campus to learn about their activities, how to get involved, and the full range of amazing projects happening on campus! Students will have a chance to chat with upperlevel students and learn how to make a meaningful impact on campus and beyond.
August 29 | Willard Straight Hall Memorial Room | 1-3pm | Professional Fraternity Council & Campus Activities
Meet the 17 professional fraternities on Cornell's campus! With over 300 members, Cornell's pre-professional Greek organizations provide students with not only unique opportunities to learn about various industries, but a close-knit group of friends.
Thursday August 31 | Schwartz Center | 5-7pm | Off-Campus Living
Being Engaged And Responsible. BEAR Walk Door-to-Door is a time to get to know neighbors, City staff and Cornell staff, and students who contribute to our successful neighborhood experience. If you would like to join us, please complete the registration by Tuesday, August 22nd. I hope you can join us for this high-spirited, good-neighbor event.
For more information, don't hesitate to get in touch with email@example.com.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Registration Link: https://cornell.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0Hv1H9tknGBSqQC
Check-in and dinner begin at St Luke's (109 Oak Avenue) starting at 5:00 PM.
Sun September 10 | Arts Quad | 11am-1pm & 2-4pm | WSH Student Union Board and Campus Activities
Are you looking to connect with or join one of Cornell's 900+ student organizations? Are you part of an org looking to spread the word? Join us at ClubFest! More info for organizations and attendees on the website linked above. Rain location: Barton Hall
ClubFest includes undergraduate student organizations, Sorority & Fraternity Life organizations, and some project teams.
September 13 & 14| Virtual platform Handshake | 12-5pm | Career Services
The annual University Career Fair Days event provides an opportunity for Cornell students to meet with representatives from organizations interested in hiring Cornellians. Career Fair Days will span over a two-day period. Day one will host engineering and technical employers and day two will host employers from all industries.
Tues September 19 | Arts Quad | 1-4pm | Einhorn Center for Community Engagement
Are you looking for a way to connect with the Ithaca community and contribute to the mission of local service organizations?
The Einhorn Center for Community Engagement, along with the Office of Student and Government Relations, are excited to host the 2022 Cornell Service Fair! Come join us and learn about volunteer and internship opportunities available within the Ithaca community. Are you an RA or Service Chair looking for ways to get your group involved this year? There will be 30+ local nonprofit and community agencies tabling the event who are all looking for motivated students like you to work with them across a range of issues and ways of building healthy communities.