Hi EESA welcome back for the Spring 2018 semester! We'll be having some awesome events this semester and we can't wait to see you guys again!
The Ethiopian Eritrean Student Association aspires to promote Ethiopian and Eritrean culture throughout NYU. The club welcomes people from any background and hopes to raise awareness about the rich history of Habesha people through both social and cultural events. All students are of course welcome to our events, especially East African students from countries like Somalia and Kenya!
In addition, the Association also aims to strengthen the bond between Ethiopian and Eritrean students as well as their relationship to NYU by creating a presence on campus. We aim to extend this relationship outside the confines of campus and into New York City as well, creating and straightening liaisons with alumni, nearby Universities, and local East African businesses.
The mission of the Ethiopian Eritrean Student Society at NYU is to serve as a uniting cultural, academic, and personal support system for Ethiopian and Eritrean students at all NYU campuses. The purpose of the club is to help its member students progress academically, improve the campus awareness of Ethiopian & Eritrean Students, and create a networking environment between Ethiopian & Eritrean students and professionals. The club will also serve as a forum to contribute towards the development efforts and necessary crisis relief in Ethiopia and Eritrea.
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8:30 PM, Thursday, Kimmel 704
Scheduled on a meeting-by-meeting basis. Every two weeks on Fridays in Kimmel.
60 Washington Square South, New York NY 10012