FYP Lab Resources

Please download, print, and complete the Experiences and Events Form to submit proof of attendance to your lab facilitator.  Remember to attach any materials that show that you attended the event to this form.

EXPERIENCES

(pick THREE that most appeal to you; you may only count each type of event once)

Complete the Strong Interest Inventory (CACE)

Attend a FYRE Event (Residential Education)

  • Student Last Lecture (April 27, 7 PM, Gatehouse Lounge in Harborview Hall).  First year students will have the opportunity to reflect and share their experiences during their first year. Guiding questions: How was your transition into college life ? What was a big mistake that you made and what did you learn from it? What are some activities that you are involved in and how have they impacted your college experience thus far? What is your biggest piece of advice for the incoming class?

Attend a CACE Event (CACE)

  • Speed Networking (February 26, 4-6 PM)
  • Majors Fair (March 26)
  • Business Dress Event (April 11, in conjunction with the Fashion Show)

Participate in a Social Justice Dialogue or Social Justice Event (Leadership and Engagement)

Attend a Social Justice Theme Month Event (Campus Life)

Participate in a Safe Zone Workshop (Campus Life)

  • Wednesday, February 26, 7-9 PM, Main Hall 8
  • Thursday, March 27, 7-9 PM, Main Hall 11
  • For either workshop, please RSVP by emailing resed@wagner.edu with your preferred workshop date

Attend an Alcohol and Other Drug Event (Health & Wellness)

Attend an ACE Lecture (Education Department)

Attend the Wagner College Health Fair (Health & Wellness)

Attend a Wagner Athletic Event

Attend a Wagner Theatre or Music Performance

Additional Event (you may submit additional events to your Lab Facilitator for approval)

 

 

MAJOR CAMPUS EVENTS

(pick TWO that most appeal to you)

Martin  Luther King, Jr. Agent of Change Celebration (February 3, 6 PM, Manzulli Board Room in Foundation Hall)

  • The event features remarks from various campus leaders and the presentation of the MLK Agent of Change Award Honorees.  This year we are proud to recognize Dr. Felicia Ruff, Chair and Professor of Theater and Speech and Kerri Alexander, senior Arts and Administration major from Bloomfield, CT; for their countless contributions to the Wagner community as they embodied Dr. King’s legacy on and off campus through their servant leadership.
  • This year’s keynote will be provided by Thomas Krever, MPA, Chief Executive Officer of the Hetrick-Martin Institute (HMI). As HMI’s CEO, Thomas Krever works to help Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning youth find a safe haven of support where they are free to develop their own strengths and resiliencies to interact in a world that can be overtly hostile and even questioning of their basic human rights.  Coming to HMI in 2003, his first task was to create the Comprehensive Education Plan (CEP) – a blueprint that expanded the then “Harvey Milk School” program into a fully functioning, independent public transfer high school in NYC for at-risk youth.  Presently, Thomas is overseeing the expansion of HMI to new cities across the country, and establishing an advocacy initiative to educate and inform decision and policy makers with regard to the issues confronting our nation’s LGBTQ youth.

Black History Month Speaker (February, date TBA)

Take the Lead Launch (February 19, 8 PM, Manzulli Board Room in Foundation Hall)

Business Etiquette Dinner (April, date TBA)

Career Conversations (March 11, 6:30-8:30 PM, the Union League Club, 38 East 37th St.,  Bus leaves campus at 5:30 PM)

  • Career Conversations is an event that connects Wagner alumni and parents with today’s Wagner students for conversations about all things related to careers: education, finding the right path, and how to get your foot in the door. Students are invited to meet with alumni as they share their wisdom, advice, and experiences. Career Conversations will take place at the Union League Club in midtown Manhattan. Buses to the event will be leaving campus at5:30pm; students attending Career Conversations are welcome to reserve a seat on the bus or arrive at the event via their own means. The networking event will begin at 6:30pm. Light hors d’oeuvres will be available during the networking reception.
  • The event and transportation are free.  Event is open to all Wagner students of any class year.  Professional business attire (business suit, tie, dress shoes, etc.) is required.
  • You must REGISTER HERE by March 3

Debating for Democracy, Project Pericles (February 21, 10 AM - 4 PM, Manzulli Board Room in Foundation Hall)

  • This will be a day long workshop providing participants with skills they can use to increase the effectiveness of their campus and/or community involvement.  It is a highly interactive workshop that will offer participants skills needed to start a new project or expand an existing one.
  • REGISTER HERE to participate in this event!

"Inequality for All" Screening (February 20, 5 PM, Spiro 2)

  • Join us for a nation-wide screening of the Robert Reich film, "Inequality for All".  Includes post-screening live webcast conversation with Professor Reich himself.
  • The webcast will be broadcast on campus.

Julia Barchitta Day of Service, Port Richmond Street Clean Up (April, date TBA)