In order to help protect the health of event participants and our community, Reed College is following the advice of the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) regarding mass gatherings and large community events. Some programs and events at Reed may be canceled or postponed due to COVID-19 prevention efforts.
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MindStorm is the CLBR problem solving challenge. Each year, we invite employers to campus to pose a challenge they face in their business/organizations. We recruit students with interest in the company to be on a small (up to 5) team of students who will work with the representative on crafting and then presenting the solution.
MindStorm is a terrific way for employers to meet Reedies and for Reedies to get a deeper look at orgs in which you might be interested.
Directions for Registering:
1. Visit the Handshake event for registration link
Registration is required and limited!
We are excited for the following organizations to join us at Mindstorm this year:
Saturday Academy: Saturday Academy, an education nonprofit in Portland Oregon, has educated over 190,000 children since 1983. We serve over 5,000 2nd-12th grade students annually through afterschool, weekend and summer classes, and high school internships in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). We engage young people in-depth learning and career exploration by connecting them to community experts as educators and mentors. We believe that responding to children’s curiosity will motivate life-long learning.
North Star Civic Foundation: Based in Oregon, we support and invest in bold inquiry and partnerships that break through a decades-long stalemate around the biggest threats to our way of life and legacy. We bring a spirit of discovery, disruption, and collaboration to accelerate broad-scale change in the areas of wealth inequality, climate change, and open democracy.
Energy Trust: Energy Trust information, cash incentives and contractor connections help a range of customers use less energy, generate renewable power and protect the environment. We are a mission-based organization collaborating with utilities, nonprofits and government agencies to deliver significant clean energy benefits for Oregon.
Multnomah County: Services for seniors and disabled people, animal services, assessment and taxation, bridges, community justice, courts, elections, health, jails, libraries, marriage licenses and passports, school and community partnerships.
Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 4:45pm to 7:30pm
3203 Southeast Woodstock Boulevard, Portland, Oregon 97202-8199
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