Virtual Programs

The Office of Alumni Relations & Annual Giving is excited to help you stay connected with the university and fellow Spartans from the comfort of home with our robust calendar of virtual programming. We will offer a variety of personal, professional and social virtual programming to help you stay engaged while we may not be able to meet face-to-face. 
 
Review the list below and click the event title to register!
 

August 2020

Every Friday - Blazin Hot Club 91
Description: Join your blazin’ hot music spot @hot91online every Friday for Facebook Live-Club 91. Make this your choice for Hip-Hop, R&B, and Soul. Visit wnsbonline.org to stream live or for more information on WNSB’s cutting edge programming.
 
8/11/20 - Managing Debt During Covid-19
Description: Having to deal with debt in a normal environment can be very stressful. With the added impact of an economic crisis, it can become overwhelming. This webinar will provide answers to key questions you must ask yourself to successfully manage debt during these challenging times.
 
8/18/20 - One-on-One with William Beathea, Director, NSU Spartan Legion
Description: Join William Beathea, director of University Bands for a conversation about the Spartan Legion. Learn about the program, its students, and ways to support.
 
8/21/20 - Walk-in Virtual Career Session
Description: Join NSU’s Office of Career Services for a one-on-one virtual professional development session. Alumni can take advantage of exclusive access to resume writing and review, interview techniques, and career resources. Schedule your personal appointment today!
 
8/25/20 - Alumni Line Dancing 101
Description: Lets dance, sweat and learn the top R&B line dances, with your fellow alumni in the comfort of your home. Come and dance yourself fit with instructor William Bynum ’20.  
 

September 2020

Every Friday - Blazin Hot Club 91
Description: Join your blazin’ hot music spot @hot91online every Friday for Facebook Live-Club 91. Make this your choice for Hip-Hop, R&B, and Soul. Visit wnsbonline.org to stream live or for more information on WNSB’s cutting edge programming.
 
9/1/20 - It's Ok to Not be Ok
Description: Join members of Norfolk State University’s Psychology Department and Counseling Center for an open discussion about mental health misconceptions, common symptoms, and treatment in the black community. Get the facts from Dr. Ernestine Duncan and Dr. Vanessa Jenkins.
 
9/8/20 - Hip-Hop Aerobics with NSU
Description: Dr. Tarin T. Hampton, Norfolk State University’s Chair of the Health/Physical Education & Exercise Science Department will lead an afternoon of dance, fitness and fun.
 
9/22/20 - Are You Financially Healthy?
Description: There has never been a better time to understand your financial health. True financial health is based on four key components: Spend, Save, Borrow and Plan—and in this webinar, we’ll show you how to make yourself healthier in each. We’ll also give you a chance to confidentially determine your own Financial Health Score and show you just how to improve it.
 
9/29/20 - Resume and Curriculum Vitae (CV) Writing Workshop
Description: Join us for this webinar to discuss tips and techniques to writing and revising your resume to attract potential employers.
 

October 2020

Every Friday - Blazin Hot Club 91
Description: Join your blazin’ hot music spot @hot91online every Friday for Facebook Live-Club 91. Make this your choice for Hip-Hop, R&B, and Soul. Visit wnsbonline.org to stream live or for more information on WNSB’s cutting edge programming.
 
10/6/20 - Genealogy Workshop
Description: Do you know who’s on your family tree? If you’re interested, join us for this exciting workshop as we give a tutorial on how to trace your ancestry. Geared to beginners, the workshop will teach you how to explore your family’s history and offer advice on how to organize your research.
 
10/13/20 - Brother to Brother: A Discussion of Black Male Mental Health
Description: Join us for an open dialogue featuring NSU Psychology professor, Dr. Oshan Gadsden, to discuss mental health issues in the black male community and why it is often seen as taboo to seek help.
 
10/16/20 - Walk-in Virtual Career Session
Description: Join NSU’s Office of Career Services for a virtual professional development session. Alumni can take advantage of exclusive access to resume writing and review, interview techniques, and career resources.
 
10/20/20 - Virtual Game Night
Description: Put your thinking cap on and be prepared to win prizes for answering Spartan trivia questions. 
 

November 2020

11/2/20-11/7/20 - Virtual Celebration Week 2020
Description: Join us for a variety of exciting events celebrating our 85th Anniversary.
 
11/17/20 - Genealogy Workshop
Description: Do you know who’s on your family tree? If you’re interested, join us for this exciting workshop as we give a tutorial on how to trace your ancestry. Geared to beginners, the workshop will teach you how to explore your family’s history and offer advice on how to organize your research.
 

December 2020

12/8/20 - Out With the Old, In With the New: Mentally Preparing for a New Year.
Description: 2020 has been rough and we don’t want to carry that baggage into the New Year. Join members of Norfolk State University’s Psychology Department and Counseling Center for a discussion about how to mentally prepare for 2021, making resolutions, and how to release the trauma of 2020. Get the facts from Dr. Ernestine Duncan and Dr. Vanessa Jenkins.
 
 

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