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“The longer I live the more I find it necessary to reexamine those things about which I was once most certain.”
Applications are now being accepted for the 2012-2013 Policy Fellows program at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
Now in its 22nd year, the Policy Fellows program brings together rising leaders from business, government, and nonprofit sectors to hone their leadership skills, build their professional networks, and learn how to tackle the "common good" challenges facing our state and nation. As part of a 35-person cohort, Fellows meet monthly between September and June for full-day workshops and seminars; design and implement group projects on topics of their choosing; and participate in a three-day study trip to Washington, D.C.
Emerging and mid-career leaders throughout the state of Minnesota are welcome to apply. The application and two recommendation letters are due June 1, 2012 for the nine-month program beginning in September.
More information about program costs and content can be found on our website:
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Are you a young professional, passionate about conservation issues and interested in connecting with other like-minded individuals?
Join us for Wild Night at the Beastly Ball!
AZUL is throwing a party at this year’s Beastly Ball from 9:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. on April 28, 2012. Enjoy cocktails, mingling and entertainment (Carnaval Brasileiro).
Masks and cocktail attire admired but not required.
All Wild Night proceeds directly support conservation and education initiatives at the Minnesota Zoo. Register Now
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WANT TO VOLUNTEER FOR EARTH DAY?
JOIN US AT WISHES FOR THE SKY!
APRIL 22nd, HARRIET ISLAND, SAINT PAUL
Be part of a clean, fresh, FREE public art event celebrating SPRING!
It's a feel-good, zero-waste day with music, art, kite-flying, yoga, local food, and more.
Volunteers can work indoor or outdoor helping with writing wishes, flying kites, greeting, setting up, and more. Sign-up for 2.5 hour shifts on April 21st or April 22nd.
To view volunteer shifts and to sign-up, visit Wishes for the Sky Volunteer Spot:
For event information, visit: www.wishesforthesky.org <http://www.wishesforthesky.org>
Contact Volunteer Coordinator, Ashley Hanson with any questions or for assistance with volunteer shift sign-up:firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>
MAKE A WISH, FLY A KITE, CONNECT YOUR HEART TO NATURE