Student Resource Fair

Wednesday, September 2, 2020
9 a.m. – 11 a.m. PDT

Stop by as your schedule permits during this time, expand the resource area below by clicking the “+” symbol to learn more about each area. Click on the link to enter the Zoom room.
The Zoom password is the same for each room, please refer to the emails sent to all students.
For the Zoom password or any other questions or concerns,
please contact melissa_burrows@pitzer.edu or 909-621-8241.

RAFFLE DRAWING

Make sure to ask the Zoom room representatives to grab your name to enter the raffle before you leave! For each room you visit, you will be entered into a drawing to win one of the following prizes donated by our representative resource areas:

Pitzer Swag Pack (2 Winners)
$25 Pitzer Store Gift Card (2 Winners)
Limited Edition PZ Sticker PackDesigns by Natalie Ayala ’21
(5 Winners)
Pitzer Orange Face Mask (5 Winners)
The Claremont Colleges Library Swag Pack (2 Winners)
Rocketbook (1 Winner)
Jansport Orange Blossom Backpack (1 Winner)

  • Career Services

    Click here to enter the Career Services Zoom Room

    Pitzer’s Career Services office is excited to support you in your career exploration and planning. We are fully operational and available to students. Programming includes virtual events featuring employers, graduate schools, and Pitzer alumni and family members. Regular workshops and a special career preparation series are offered. As always, individual career advising is highly encouraged to help students make a customized career action plan. Students can register for events and schedule individual career advising appointments through Handshake. We look forward to working with you!
    Career Services Web Page

  • Center for Asian Pacific American Students (CAPAS)

    Click here to enter the CAPAS Zoom Room

    Enter the CAPAS Zoom room to meet the director, play a trivia game, learn about programs for fall semester and share your ideas! CAPAS aims to promote awareness about issues facing the Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) community and seeks to enrich and develop social, intellectual and personal growth in our students by providing APIDA resources in a welcoming and supportive environment. CAPAS provides a variety of resources to promote and enhance academic, cultural, social and political experiences for students.
    CAPAS Web Page

  • Intercollegiate Department of Africana Studies (IDAS)

    Click here to enter the Intercollegiate Department of Africana Studies (IDAS) Zoom Room

    The mission of the Intercollegiate Department of Africana Studies (IDAS) is to examine,
    through various academic disciplines, the experiences of people of African heritage worldwide.
    The Africana Studies curriculum helps to unify an important area of intellectual investigation
    and enhances appreciation of particular disciplines in the humanities and the social sciences.
    The department is committed to excellence in teaching and scholarship and is a vital information
    resource for students and researchers. Moreover, its faculty endeavors to create
    an intellectual climate which fosters cross-cultural dialogue.
    IDAS Web Page

  • International Place

    Click here to enter the International Place Zoom Room
    International Place is the international student office of The Claremont Colleges, serving Claremont McKenna, Pitzer, Pomona, and Scripps college campuses. We are a center for cultural exchange, international educational programming, and a resource center for international students and scholars. While we are all staying as safe as possible away from campus, we invite everyone to engage with us as we host programs online and on social media, share relevant updates and information for the international student community, and stay connected from wherever we are around the world!
    International Place Web Page

  • Office of Black Student Affairs (OBSA)

    Click here to enter the Office of Black Student Affairs (OBSA) Zoom Room

    The Office of Black Student Affairs (OBSA) is a cultural center and service unit
    providing support, resources, and space for students of African descent to feel
    safe, valued, informed and connected at The Claremont Colleges. OBSA offers
    a range of programming on behalf of TCC students of African descent, faculty,
    staff, and allies. Our key service areas include identity-based workshops,
    skill-building activities, mentoring, cultural and social enrichment activities,
    student organizational support, professional/career development workshops,
    the sharing of TCC resources and referrals, heritage-month programming and
    other celebrations, and collaborative partnerships with TCC, departments, and
    organizations. OBSA Web Page

     

  • Pitzer Art Galleries

    Click here to enter the Pitzer Art Galleries Zoom Room

    Pitzer College Art Galleries is a critical conduit of educational, cultural, and social enlightenment for our students. For more than a decade the Galleries’ exhibitions have explored critical social justice and racial and gender equity issues. During the Student Resource Fair, we will be discussing how students can get involved with our program through curatorial and social media internships, the new Galleries Fellows program, and the launch of our Community Manifestos project.
    Pitzer Art Galleries Web Page

  • Title IX Office

    Pitzer College Logo
    Click here to enter the Title IX Office Zoom Room

    Enter the Title IX Zoom room to meet Pitzer’s Title IX Coordinator, ask questions, or share your ideas for programming. All are welcome! The Title IX Office offers ongoing information and education about prevention of sexual harassment, dating violence, stalking, sexual assault, and sexual exploitation, options for support or safety measures, and referral to confidential support resources for anyone impacted by these issues. Stop by with questions, ideas, or just to say hello!

    Title IX Office Web Page

  • Voter Education

    Click here to enter the Voter Education Zoom Room

    In this Zoom room, we will be giving information about general voting education, voter registration, particular ballot measures, and candidates. Please stop by if you have any questions about voting in the upcoming election or, if you would like to get more involved with voting initiatives on campus!

  • The Writing Center

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    Click here to enter the The Writing Center Zoom Room

    This fall, The Writing Center will offer comprehensive virtual support including free individual conferences peer Fellows trained to work with writers on assignments across the disciplines and at any stage of the writing process, from brainstorming ideas to polishing a final draft. The Writing Center will also continue to host a range of online workshops and events, including regular “write-ins” that build community and foster resilience around the writing process. Specialized consultations are available for senior thesis, fellowship, and multilingual writers.
    Writing Center Web Page