Mediator Mentors is a university-public school partnership in which future teachers, counselors, social workers and school psychologists support the development of conflict resolution skills in school children. At California State University, Fresno, Dr. Negin Tahvildary directs the program. Teachers and students in the public schools receive 12 hours of communication and conflict resolution training and university students coach and mentor at lunch periods. More than 7,000 children and teachers have participated in the program.
ALOHA, ROTARY! The 2020 Rotary International Convention will be here before you know it, and you won’t want to miss it. Join us in the beautiful city of Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 6-10 June, to connect with people of action from around the world. Together, we’ll enjoy fantastic entertainment, hear from inspiring speakers, explore beautiful beaches, take part in motivating sessions, and much more.
The Fresno State Commencement Planning Team wants YOU to be a part of one of the happiest and exciting events of the year! University Commencement is a celebration of the entire efforts of the Fresno State community and it cannot be achieved without the help of volunteers.
The items in this wish list will be used primarily to build photo galleries and albums that promote community service groups like Rotary International, LIGA: The Flying Doctors of Fresno, North Fresno Rotary, Fresno State University, Mediator Mentors, The National Coalition for Building Institute, and more.
The Rotary Club of North Fresno Endowment Foundation has given $2,500.00 to Wings Advocacy of Fresno for a furniture bank for recently housed homeless families, children, veterans and victims of domestic violence in Fresno and Madera Counties. The funding will be used for the purchase of approximately 21 bed sets. Wings of Fresno purchases new mattresses, bed frames, and pillows which make up approximately 60% of the total annual cash budget.
All incoming Fresno State freshman, transfer and graduate students are invited to official University welcome celebration as you begin your journey of becoming a Bulldog for Life! 🎉
Don't miss the Bulldog Bash after-party immediately afterwards in the Student Rec Center with food, games, music and important resource information!
Fundraiser for CAP
Date: March 29, 2019
Pick up time: Set your time between 11am- 2pm
Location: 1040 N. Pleasant Ave. Fresno, Ca. 93728
Contact: Comprehensive Addiction Program (559)264-5096
Ronette Thomas (Activity Coordinator) – (559)904-9309
Please place your orders by Wednesday 3/27/19
Includes: 32 oz bowl of Pozole, sides which include onion, cabbage, and lemon & a drink
The Marjaree Mason Center is excited to announce #MMCTopTen Honorees! Congratulations to this talented group of women and leading business!
The Food Security Project was created in August 2014, and officially launched in November 2014, to find ways to support our current Fresno State students experiencing food insecurity or other challenges. Fresno State Public Health faculty member, Alida Espinoza, conducted research through her masters thesis about food insecurity at Fresno State.
One of the best things at Fresno State is our focus on student's education and their physical needs. The campus understands that if a student is only focuses on where their next meal is coming from... they are unlikely to be able to study, learn, and reach their full potential.
Hear first hand from people who have recovered from the lifestyle of homelessness; what helped them while they were on the streets and what kept them on the streets longer. Hear from some of Fresno's front running leaders who have dedicated their lives to the cause of helping people change their lives.
MARCH MATCH UP CAMPAIGN TIPS OFF IN BATTLE AGAINST STUDENT HUNGER
[UPDATE March 14, 2017: Treviño family pledges additional $32,000 in matching funds to March Match Up campaign: bit.ly/FSN-MarchMatchUp17Trevino]
Fresno State’s March Match Up campaign that benefits the Student Cupboard kicked off Wednesday with two community partners teaming up to help battle student hunger issues.
The Stone Soup is also a trusted cultural resource to Hmong refugee families as well as a broader community seeking to embrace its diverse residents. From local families to organizations looking to improve cross-cultural relationships, we remain committed to keeping aware of real and current needs.