Location

Non-geographically based

Date & Time

Start: Aug 2, 2019 at 12:00 AM End: Nov 30, 2019 at 12:00 AM

Contact Info

Contact Name: Matt Carcella
Email: diversity-aad@cornell.edu

Description

In partnership with Cornell’s Diversity Alumni Programs, DHIFI has created an “Alumni Flaunt” forum where our diverse communities can share personal stories of what makes each of us unique. Here are some examples: http://www.donthideitflauntit.com/alumni-flaunt/

The goal? Our goal is to provide insight regarding what it is like to have (or parent) a particular difference and how our differences can ultimately be the very thing that unites us all.

Cornell Mosaic needs your help with this done-in-a-day volunteer opportunity, check out some volunteering tasks below:

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Tasks

  • Submit an Alumni Flaunt
    Estimated Duration:
    2 hours
    Start Date:
    August 2, 2019 12:00am
    End Date:
    November 30, 2019 12:00am
    Description:
    We invite you to submit an “Alumni Flaunt” (http://www.donthideitflauntit.com/submit-a-flaunt/). An Alumni Flaunt can either be (i) an essay typically about 700-900 words; or (ii) art you created (such as a self-portrait) or photo with an accompanying statement (paragraph) describing your difference, inspired by the DHIFI theme, “The things that make me different make, me me”

    About the project: In partnership with Cornell’s Diversity Alumni Programs, DHIFI has created an “Alumni Flaunt” forum where our diverse communities can share personal stories of what makes each of us unique. Here are some examples: http://www.donthideitflauntit.com/alumni-flaunt/

    The goal? To provide insight regarding what it is like to have (or parent) a particular difference and how our differences can ultimately be the very thing that unites us all.

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