Welcome to the Center for Black Culture's Community Journal,
weekly announcement of events/programs/issues of interest to you.

November 24, 2008 Archived Journals

Announcements || Multicultural Programs || Employment/Internship Opportunities || Each One Reach One
CBC News || Upcoming Events || Student Organization News || Newsletter Submissions

CBC News/Information

Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration
Friday, December 5th
5:30pm (Reception), Clayton Hall
Featuring M.K. Asante Jr., a performance by the Universal African Dance and Drum Ensemble along with a Kwanzaa feast. RSVP's are required for the feast by Tuesday, December 2nd.
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CBC/Multicultural Programs

No current listings.

Upcoming Events

No current listings.

Volunteer Opportunities

No current listings.

CBC Newsletter Submissions

Please email slw@udel.edu by this Thursday to submit information for the next issue of the Community Journal.


Each One Reach One

October Mentor of the Month

Jasmine Roberts

As a marketing major, management information systems minor hailing from New Jersey, this busy mentor always makes time for her mentee. In addition to being an Each One Reach One mentor, she is a member of the Cultural Programming Advisory Board (C.P.A.B.), the Excel Board for Business Students, Blue Hen Marketing Club, and a resident assistant. Jasmine is a graduating senior who takes pride in supporting the community that has been instrumental in her undergraduate career.

Attention Mentees:  November Mentor of the Month (MOM) are due Monday, December 1st.

Attention Mentors:  November Mentee contact sheets are due on Wednesday, December 3rd.

Study Tip of the Week
:  Think of homework as practice, not work. You know that you don’t get better at things like sports or music or cheerleading unless you practice. School's the same.

Student Organization News

Delaware Undergraduate Student Senate Meeting
Monday, December 1st
5:30 pm, Memorial 127

ASPIRE (Academic Support Program Inspiring Renaissance Educators) Meeting
Thursday, December 4th
5pm, Williard Room 207

Every fall hundreds of undergraduates and graduates enter our country's classrooms. Whether through formal teacher certification programs or national fellowships, nothing can ever quite prepare them for their experiences as first year teachers. Join ASPIRE to view the acclaimed documentary, THE FIRST YEAR. Discussion and dinner (pass to Trabant) to follow.

Student Centers Holiday Open House
Wednesday, December 10th
11am-2pm, Trabant Room 209/211

Join the Activities & Programs Staff to celebrate the end of the semester and all that your organization accomplished.
All RSO's and Greek Organizations invited!

The Cultural Programming Advisory Board & the Black Student Union present
Time Out-The Annual Stress Reliever
Wednesday, December 10th
8-11pm, Trabant MPRs

Free food, fun, massages, music, raffles, Wii games, a mechanical bull and more!


CBC Holiday Schedule Change
Due to the holiday, the Center for Black Culture will close at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 26, 2008. We will re-open early Monday, December 1st and close at 7:00 p.m. that evening.

Employment/Internship Opportunities

PWC Explore Program
Saturday, January 31st
9am, Temple University
Are you looking for a unique and rewarding career experience?  Are you interested in getting your foot in the door with one of the most prestigious professional services organizations in the world?  Are you a diverse freshman or sophomore? If so, then the PricewaterhouseCoopers eXplore Program is an opportunity you can't miss!  If selected, you will participate in educational and social networking opportunities followed by a group dinner activity.  The PricewaterhouseCoopers eXplore Program is scheduled for Saturday, January 31, 2009 at Temple University beginning at 9:00 AM.  All expenses will be covered by PwC.  You will need to be available from 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM.   

Want Additional Info? 
This program will include interactive activities and training sessions aimed at developing teamwork, strategic thinking, creativity, problem-solving, and leadership skills.  The interactive activities will help develop your soft skills and provide a great professional networking opportunity with other students and individuals from PwC.  The sessions will help to educate you on the accounting profession, and are taught by outstanding business professionals who spend much of their time training senior business executives.   

Who is PwC? 
PricewaterhouseCoopers firms have more than 140,000 partners and staff in 149 countries which makes them the largest global network of professional services firms - offering a wide range of assurance, tax, and advisory services to many of the world's largest and most prestigious companies.  PricewaterhouseCoopers believes that diversifying their staff, their partnerships, and their leadership is critical to the continued success of their global organization.  In an effort to educate a more diverse candidate pool on the opportunities at PricewaterhouseCoopers and the professional services industry as a whole, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and Temple University are working together to host this program in hopes of reaching members of under represented student populations across all academic disciplines (3.2 GPA or higher).   

How Can I Apply?   
If you are interested in participating in the PricewaterhouseCoopers eXplore Program, please email your resume to the PwC Philadelphia Sourcing team at philadelphia.campus.recruiting@us.pwc.com stating your interest in the program.   


  • However, all applications completed and received by Wednesday, November 26th will be put into a raffle to win an iPod!
  • Final participants will be selected and notified by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP before Friday, January 23rd.



University of Delaware
Center for Black Culture Staff:
Kasandra Moye, Director
Fiona Caramba-Coker, Graduate Assistant
Sharon Warren, Staff Assistant


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