May Day

1. MIT MSA BBQ
Time: Sunday, May 8 11:00am-3:00pm
Location: Kresge BBQ Pits

2. Muslims Against Hunger
When: Sunday, May 15 10:00am-1:30pm
Where: Rosie’s Place
889 Harrison Ave
Boston, MA 02118

Muslims Against Hunger Project is a volunteers run grass root effort to educate the Muslim community and the community-at-large about the problems of Hunger, Poverty, and Homelessness in our backyard. We all need to get involved in local programs like this, as we know charity starts from home. Currently we are running broad range of interrelated programs to alleviate hunger and homelesness including Soup Kitchen projects. We plan to help start Soup Kitchen projects around the US and Canada by organizing and training Muslim volunteers in how to start and run a soup kitchen project. Our projects are not only helping to feed the hungry, but are also creating a silent dialogue. It is helping to get diverse groups of individuals together to work for a common cause. In doing so, we begin to learn from one another and grow in our understanding of one another.

3. ISBCC-MAS Boston: 2011 Summer Internship program
The ISBCC-MAS Summer Internship program provides an opportunity for interns to lead key projects and participate in day-to-day operations at New England’s largest Islamic institution. The internship program is specifically tailored to highly-motivated undergraduate, graduate and recent college graduates.

Acceptance into the internship program is based upon past community work, relevant experience, motivation, availability and academic achievements. This year we have three summer internship openings. Simply submit a completed application, updated resume and cover letter to internship@masboston.org or drop off application at the MAS office at ISBCC. Applications are due May 20th, 2011.

Interns will take part in a structured training & leadership experience in four tracks: project management, marketing, fundraising & community outreach as well as in administrative duties at the MAS Boston office. This internship is an unpaid position. Time commitments are flexible and can range from 15–30 hours per week and will last for 2-3 months beginning May 30th, 2011. All interns will receive monthly MBTA passes to assist with transportation to and from the ISBCC.

Please check your email for an application. If you’re on the ISBU mailing list, you should have received one. If not, please email us at isbuact@gmail.com and we will get back to you as as possible inshaAllah.

4. Al-Shifa

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