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Careers for the Common Good is aimed at bringing together undergraduates and alums from many class years, career interests, professional backgrounds and community involvement. If you are interested in helping current undergraduates explore their career path, or in making connections with other alums with careers in non-profit, social/public service, education, etc – this reception is for you! Please join us in establishing this valuable connection between Tulane alumnae/alumni and undergraduates.
Careers for the Common Good (social and public service, non-profit, education, etc)
Tuesday, March 12 at the Bea Field Alumni House, 6319 Willow Street
6 - 8 p.m.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than March 5 so that we can provide an accurate count to our caterer.
Sponsored by the Newcomb College Institute, the Newcomb Alumnae Association, the Tulane Alumni Association, CELT (Center for Engaged Teaching and Learning) and Newcomb Senate.
Local Tulane Clubs operate in numerous cities around the United States and the world, offering social, educational, and cultural activities for area alumni. The clubs are constituent members of the Tulane Alumni Association.
Activities of the club are planned and organized by local alumni with the assistance of the Tulane Office of Alumni Affairs. Therefore, your ideas and your help are always welcome. The continued success of the club is dependent upon your involvement, so please contact the club president to get involved.
This page is an online bulletin board for local alumni to share information and ideas with each other. For example, if you are looking for a roommate, a new job, or new employee, or if you want to announce that a New Orleans band is coming to town, here's where to make your announcement.
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There are several engineering positions available. Please see list below.
Engineering Positions Available:
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Select job title then Click Apply online
Lynette Bilello (G'97), E-mail: email@example.com
Parker and Associates (www.parker-associates.com), an EHS consulting company is seeking qualified candidates with 1-2 years of experience to assist in all aspects of environmental, health and safety consulting.
Excellent verbal and written language skills required.
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Student/Alumni Networking - 3/13/13
Networking Tailgate - 10/30/10
Art Demonstration - 5/14/10
Comedy Night - 4/29/10
Wave of Green - 4/17/10
Marching and Concert Bands in Concert - 4/15/10
Alumni Awards Celebration - 4/9/10 - 4/11/10
TALL Lecture Event - 3/16/10
Wave of Green Day 3/13/10
Men's Basketball Senior Day - 3/6/10
Maya Symposium - 2/26/10-2/28/10
TALL Program - 2/23/10
Super Bowl Party - 2/7/10
Baseball Fan Appreciation Day - 1/30/10
TALL Program - 11/17/09
UTEP vs. Tulane - 11/7/09
TALL Program - 10/20/09
Houston vs. Tulane - 10/17/09
TALL Program - 7/28/09
Comedy Night with Mike Strecker - 7/10/09
Emeritus Board Welcome at Tulane Baseball Game - 5/9/2009
T-Club Crawfish Boil - 4/25/2009
TALL Program - 4/21/2009
Wave of Green - 3/28/2009
Special Lecture on St. Bernard and the battle of New Orleans - 1/10/09
BACK TO CAMPUS: Alumni University - 1/13/09
The Tulane Alumni Travel Program and the Tulane Alumni Club of New Orleans - Dr. William Craft Brumfield lectured on the Palaces of St. Petersburg, Russia at the New Orleans Museum of Art - 12/14/08
Amazon River Reception - 11/07/08
Tulane Homecoming/Parent Family Weekend/Wave '08 Events- 10/3/08& 10/4/08
Tulane vs. SMU Football Tailgate at the Superdome- 9/25/08
Tulane v. ULL Football Tailgate at the Superdome - 9/20/08
Amistad Collection - 9/17/08
SSE Alumni Jazz Fest Party - 5/2/08
Tulane / LSU Baseball at Turchin Stadium - 4/22/08
2008 Tulane Athletics/T Club Spring Weekend - 4/18-19/08
HomeRun 2008 - 4/5/08
An Evening of India - 3/11/08
Community Service Book Drive with The Scott Cowen Institute for Public Education Initiatives - 2/21/08
Tulane Perfect Season Kickoff Party - 01/04/08
Tulane / LSU Basketball Tailgate - 01/02/08
Young Alumni Club / HIRE Tulane Fajita Margarita Night - 12/06/07
New Orleans Hornets v. Sacramento Kings - 10/31/07
TABA Business Forum - 10/18/07
Tulane v. Mississippi State football - 09/08/07
Presentation by Professor Jonathan Barnett - 06/13/07
Tulane Engineering Forum - 05/11/07
TAA Board Meeting Weekend - 04/27-29/07
Big Easy Rollergirls bout - 04/22/07
Tulane Athletes/T-Club Spring Weekend - 04/21/07
Tulane vs. LSU Baseball and Tailgate - 04/03/07
Tulane Young Alumni Night with the Hornets - 03/23/07
Young Alumni Holiday Party - 12/08/06
Young Alumni Happy Hour - 11/14/06
Tulane vs. USM tailgate and game - 11/11/06
Paint Rally - 10/14/06
Young Alumni Happy Hour - 10/10/06
Tulane v. Rice Tailgating - 10/07/06
Tulane Engineering Forum “Engineering in a Coastal Environment” - 06/02/06
Ray Hester/T Club golf tournament - 05/19/06
Law School Class of 1956 50th Reunion Dinner - 05/12/06
Wynton Marsalis Celebrates Re-Opening of Tulane University - 01/16/06
Taste of New Orleans - 01/15/06
Let's Talk Tulane Basketball - 01/05/06
Fifth Annual Conk Naquin Memorial Golf Classic - 07/16/05
Baseball BASH: #1 Tulane vs. TCU - 05/20/05
2005 Spring Tour - 05/05/05
Tulane vs. LSU baseball at Zephyr Field tailgate - 04/19/0
Hornets pre-game party and game - 04/02/05
Tennessee Williams Festival Panel, “Louisiana’s Disappearing Coast ” - 04/01/05
Evening of Distinction - 03/17/05
Tulane Green Wave vs. Cal State Fullerton Titans - 03/12/05
Happy Hour - 03/09/05
52nd Educational Conference - 02/26/05
Tulane Baseball at Zephyr Field - 01/19/05
Rally for New Orleans Public Schools - 01/19/05
Mackie Shilstone Discussion and Book-Signing - 01/27/05
Newcomb Art Gallery Reception - 11/03/04
Rally For New Orleans Public Schools - 04/17/04
51st Educational Conference - 01/31/04
Tulane vs. Southern Miss Pre-game Party and Football game - 11/15/03
Tulane vs. Houston Pre-game Party - 10/11/03
Homecoming Reception at Alumni House - 10/10/03
C-lines' Adventures in Clayland: An exhibition of the work of Caroline Smith, 2002 Recipient of the Josephine Louise Newcomb Fellowship - 8/25/03 - 9/26/03
Tulane night at NOMA - 05/10/03
Tulane vs. LSU Baseball Pre-Game Party - 04/29/03
Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival - 03/28/03
Hornets Alumni Night - 01/24/03
Happy Hour at Voodoo Barbecue - 11/20/02
Happy Hour at Winston's Pub - 11/07/02
Paint the Tigers (Woodson Middle School) - 3/23/02
Beer Tasting at Alumni House - 2/02/02
Wine Tasting at Alumni House - 1/10/02
(Black Alumni Network of Tulane University)
March 22, 2013
Bea Field Alumni House
6319 Willow Street
New Orleans, LA 70118
Tulane's Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Office of Alumni Relations are holding a BANTU networking reception and organizational meeting for all those in the greater New Orleans region on Friday, March 22, 2013 at 6:00 pm at Bea Field Alumni House. The goal of this reception is to begin to redefine the organization, determine what BANTU's goals should be, create a timeline and establish an initial local coordinating board to get things moving. Please join us!
For more information please contact Carolyn Barber-Pierre:
Alumni Relations, Tulane University, 6319 Willow Street, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5901 firstname.lastname@example.org