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    Black Aggie Summer Engagement (BASE)



    Are you ready to get connected to the Black community at UC Davis?

    Join us for the Black Aggie Summer Engagement (BASE) program. BASE will be a series of events that will give you an opportunity to:
    • Meet other incoming Aggies before you arrive in September
    • Learn how to find internships and campus jobs (in time for the August Job Fair)
    • Hear from Black students, faculty and staff on how to maximize your first quarter
    • Win UCD swag, bookstore gift cards and other prizes
     
    Who should attend?  Any incoming Aggie who identifies with the African Diaspora
    Why YOU should attend?  Maximize your transition into the UC Davis community
    When you should attend?  Wednesdays from 3–4:30 p.m. PT
    Need Motivation?  Receive a UCD T-/Sweatshirt if you participate in 3 or more sessions; Receive $50 UCD bookstore gift card if you participate in all 5 sessions

    Register for each week you're able to attend via the links below.

    BASE Week 2: 
    Want Experience?  The ICC is for you. Jumpstart your student employment and internship search at UC Davis.  Watch recording.

    BASE Week 3: Got Goals? Practice using the SMART goal framework to design a goal. We will explore the power that positive emotion holds in helping us take action toward achieving our goals. Even if you already have a good system in place, there's no harm in adding a new tool to your resource belt. Watch recording.

    For more information, contact Raynell Hamilton at rthamilton@ucdavis.edu.



    The AfricanContinuum, a collective of faculty, staff, students and alumni, is dedicated to the recruitment, retention and advancement of people of African descent. This student-focused organization values holistic education emphasizing a tradition of academic excellence, cultural exploration and exposure, and a commitment to service. Collectively, with the active involvement of a strong UC Davis student, staff, faculty and alumni network, the Continuum advocates for the institutional commitment, representation, and celebration of people of African descent.