Posted on December 2, 2013 by Craig Stone
Become a Volunteer for CSULB’s Largest Student Sponsored Event
This Spring Semester over 6,000 people will come to CSULB to enjoy the largest and one of the oldest student sponsored event at CSULB — the 44th Annual CSULB Pow Wow. Meet new people, learn about the deeper meaning of American Indian Culture and get involved at CSULB.
Note: Student volunteer positions for the CSULB Pow Wow are generally limited to students enrolled in American Indian Studies courses and/or students who are actively involved with the American Indian Student Council or CSULB AISES. Contact: Craig Stone at: Craig.Stone@csulb.edu
Which AIS Courses can you earn credit to be a Pow Wow Volunteer?
While most of the AIS courses allow you to earn credit to Volunteer on Pow Wow, the AIS Course that has instruction about Pow Wow culture where you can also earn credit to be a Pow Wow Volunteer is: