Monday, September 23, 2013
The Red Cross will conduct a Blood Drive at Caltech. Monday, September 23 from 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM in the Winnett Quad. Look for the Bloodmobile.
On Tuesday, September 24 the Red Cross Blood Drive will be held in the Winnett Lounge (above the Bookstore Bldg. #51 on the campus map)from 12pm - 6pm.
Human Resources Events & Education Presents:
Getting to Know the University of Redlands School of Business
Presented by Laura Mathiasen, Campus Director, School of Business
Join us at the
Thursday, September 12, 2013
Whether you're a mid-career professional seeking to advance your skill set so you'll be ready for your next promotion, or thinking about starting your next career, the University of Redlands School of Business can help you fulfill your vision. They believe you shouldn't have to move, wait until your kids go off to college, or radically alter your life in order to get the degree you want or need.
University of Redlands School of Business knows you're busy and believes attending class one night a week is manageable. With degree programs offered at locations throughout southern California, the University of Redlands School of Business successfully merges the busy lives of adult students with a transformative education that makes people better.
Bring your own "brown bag" lunch—and your questions.
Meet Pasadena Unified School District Leadership
Join us at:
Avery Dining Room
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
12pm – 1pm
Caltech is engaging in a strategic partnership with Pasadena Unified School District. As a part of this partnership, Human Resources has invited the school district's leadership to come out and meet our Caltech community. Please join us for a special gathering of parents and PUSD academic administrators who will discuss the district's vision, new projects and its burgeoning relationship with Caltech. The Pasadena Education Network will also be in attendance.
The panel will include:
Jon Gundry, Superintendent
Brian McDonald, Chief Academic Officer
Kathy Onoye, Executive Director, Elementary Education
Margaret Abrahamson, Director, Student Support Programs
Adam Wolfson, Director, Communications & Community Engagement
Theresa Doran, Coordinator, Office of Enrollment, Permits & Records
Hoori Chalian, Coordinator, Innovative & Intervention Programs
Jodi Marchesso, STEM/Biology Curriculum Coach
Please bring your lunch as only light refreshments will be provided.
To register for this event please contact Human Resources Events & Education at ext. 3204
FIRST RESPONDERS' Course: Specifically designed for people responsible for providing emergency First Aid care for the sick and injured. Covers the full range of First Aid and CPR skills. Excellent training for law enforcement professionals, lifeguards, firefighters, security, teachers, and others who are responsible for the safety of others.
Meets Department of Transportation standards for emergency response training. Training will be 15 sessions – Mon-Wed-Fri – 8:00am-Noon – 7/29-thru 8/30. Brown Gym Classroom. Registration required. For registration and additional information, please contact Mark Stapf at ext. 6277 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*FOOTHILL UNITY CENTER "BACK-TO-SCHOOL" DRIVE The Caltech community is participating in a drive in support of the Foothill Unity Center to provide back-to-school supplies for children of qualified families. Drop-off boxes are in Human Resources & Keith Spalding lobbies. Donations are accepted from July 8th thru July 30th. Suggested items are: New backpacks,24ct crayons, single spiral notebooks, glue sticks, mechanical pencils, pencil sharpeners, 3 ring binders, filler paper(college & wide ruled), calculators(regular & Scientific), 12' ruler, blue & black ball point pens. Please deposit your items in the drop-off boxes Mon-Fri from 7:30am -5:00 p.m. If you have questions or need more item suggestions, contact Stephanie Hancock at 626-395-2071 or email@example.com.
The Red Cross is conducting a blood drive at Caltech Monday, July 15 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be parked in the Winnett Quad. On Tuesday, July 16, the blood drive will be held from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Winnett Lounge (above the Bookstore).
For the second straight year, the Red Cross is experiencing blood and platelet donation levels in June and early July much lower than expected. Donations through the Red Cross were down approximately 10 percent in June 2013, resulting in about 50,000 fewer donations. Your help is especially needed now. Red Cross officials have issued an emergency request for blood and platelet donations. Please encourage donors of all blood types to give – especially types O negative, A negative and B negative.
To register and schedule an appointment, online please go to:
Or call Christine Boyle at Caltech 626-395-1745 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can walk-in to the Blood Drive and they can schedule a time for you as time permits.
FOOTHILL UNITY CENTER "BACK-TO-SCHOOL" DRIVE
The Caltech community is participating in a drive in support of the Foothill Unity Center to provide back-to-school supplies for
children of qualified families. There will be drop-off boxes provided in both Human Resources & Keith Spalding buildings. They are accepting
donations from July 8th thru July 30th. Please deposit your items in the drop-off boxes Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you have questions, contact Stephanie Hancock at 626-395-2071 or email@example.com.
The Red Cross is conducting a Blood Drive at Caltech Monday, July 15 from 8:00am to 8:00pm in the Red Cross Bloodmobile parked in the Winnett Quad and Tuesday, July 16 from noon to 6:00pm in Winnett Lounge (above the Bookstore).
Your donation can help save the life of a patient in need, giving them the chance to create their own summer of stories. Live a story. Give a story. Donate blood or platelets.
Help patients create their summer of stories by donating blood at our blood drive at Caltech on July 15th from 8:00am to 8:00pm. Summer is a time to create lifelong memories. When you give blood or platelets, you could give patients time to make their own memories.
Show your American spirit this month in honor of Independence Day by donating blood. To help increase interest in donating blood when donations historically drop around summer holidays, all presenting donors July 1-15 will be entered to win one of five $3,000 American Express gift cards!redcrossblood.org • 1-800-RED CROSS
Just added — Basketball Skills Academy directed by Caltech Men's Basketball Coach Eslinger!
Doc's Basketball Academy has been so fun this week that people are asking for more. So we've added a 3-day, 1/2 day session next week, June 25-27 (9 am – noon), for 4th – 8th graders. Register now at docsbballacademy.com
Contact Coach Eslinger for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org / 626-395-3264.
"When I Die, They'll Send Me Home" – A Human Rights Perspective on Juvenile Justice in California
Elizabeth Calvin │ Annenberg Lecture Hall │ Tuesday, May 21, at 7:30 pm
In California children as young as 14 years old are tried in adult courts and given prison sentences meant for adults. The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and other international treaties require that children under age 18 be treated differently from adults when accused of a crime. Elizabeth Calvin, Senior Advocate in the Children's Rights Division of Human Rights Watch, has been at the forefront of a coalition advocating to change California law so that it reflects the capacity of young people to change and mature. Elizabeth will describe her research and advocacy on juvenile justice in California, as well as the work of Human Rights Watch. As a lawyer, advocate, and author of several Human Rights Watch reports, Elizabeth will also discuss the process and challenges she has faced with collecting data and analyzing the results.
About the Speaker
Elizabeth Calvin is an attorney and Senior Advocate for the Children's Rights Division of Human Rights Watch, where she works for the rights of children in the juvenile justice and foster care systems. An advocate for over 25 years, she investigates human rights violations, publishes findings, organizes others to support a change in law, and lobbies legislators to take action.
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