Black History Month – Short-term Contract Position

College of the Rockies Student/Alumni Short-term Contract Position Black History Month Online Event Coordination The College of the Rockies Faculty Association (CORFA) is looking to grant a short-term contract to a student or alumni of the College of the Rockies to organize an online event or series of online events during Black History Month (February 2021). The online event(s) will be open to the faculty, employees and students of the College of the Rockies. Some current ideas for an event/events include but are not limited to: a keynote speaker, speakers' panel or another form of online discussion/awareness campaign. CORFA is looking for applications from students and/or alumni who may be interested in working with a small group of volunteer faculty members to coordinate, market and manage the online event(s) during Black History Month. The successful applicant will be the team leader on event execution, however, will receive support and mentorship from faculty. This role is a paid contract position and will run for approximately 10...
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Conversation Cafe April 2019

April 2019 - Conversation Cafe At the conversation cafe held on April 24th, Leslie Molnar gave a short presentation of the results of the CUPE/CORFA survey, and then the attendees broke into discussion groups and discussed the following four themes that came out of the survey.  Please take the time to watch the video and share your thoughts on the following themes with benheyde@gmail.com, as we are compiling responses with the hope of sharing them in a summative way with COTR management. #1 – Survey results show many people feel the amount of work they are doing in their same job has increased and/or has become more complex. Concerns raised were about time, resources, staffing, and work-life balance. #2 – Survey results have shown a strong disconnect between the leadership President’s Council thinks it is providing and the actual leadership and effects on actual work employees feel PC provides.  #3 – Survey results show concerns regarding employees’ work being valued, about inadequate avenues to raise...
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