Please join us for our second annual Charity Dinner/Dance featuring a
family-style Italian dinner and dancing the night away to our very own
12-piece Brotherly Love & the Really Hye Horns, hosted by the
Oakland chapter of the Triple-X (Trex) Armenian Fraternity.
Dinner/Dance: $50 Dance only: $25
***Advance ticket sales only. No tickets will be sold at the door***
ALL PROCEEDS will benefit various local and international charities, including:
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Oakland The
purpose of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Oakland is to develop our
community’s youth into positive contributors to society. Chartered in
1941, we provide programs and services that are tailored to the needs of
today’s youth and supplementary to the endeavors of families, our
schools, and other community-based organizations. <http://www.bgcoakland.org>
Today’s Youth Matters Through
year-round programming and mentoring relationship, Today’s Youth
Matters guides at-risk youth through a Transformational Journey to
instill resilience and fulfill their God-given potential. <http://www.tymkids.org>
was founded in Berlin, Germany, in 2010. Its mission: to reconstruct
and preserve the memory of Armenian life in the Ottoman Empire through
For tickets or more information, please contact Rick Magarian <firstname.lastname@example.org> or call 510.846.2900. You can also follow the link here to purchase tickets online at EventZilla.net. Please note: Online purchases are subject to service charge.
About Us The
Triple-X (Trex) Armenian fraternity was founded in 1918 by eight young
men of Armenian descent, and is dedicated to celebrating our shared
Armenian heritage and raising money for local and international
charities through our annual fundraisers and events. Today, our
organization numbers more than 700 members in 13 chapters throughout
California and Nevada.
San Francisco based sound artist and composer Lara Sarkissian and video artist Jemma Woolmore approach the “ISM Hexadome” installation as a transsensorial space for storytelling on topics of territory, recognition, and memory. Lara Sarkissian’s work is an ambient electronic landscape referencing Armenian music, field recordings, and churches (both in their sonic and physical form). The musical score collages elements of voices, literature, Armenian hymns, and instruments, holding space for modern-day Armenian narratives tied to displacement, both past and present. Jemma Woolmore’s visuals explore the fragile boundary between utopia and dystopia. The Hexadome screens become a landscape to be navigated and divided, creating symbolic borders that are enforced, blurred, or dissolved throughout thework. As histories and regions are constantly rewritten or destroyed there is an urgency to produce counter-narratives and highlight cultural voices often left out. This installation is a celebration of resilience and space for these stories. Exhibition Viewings and Tickets:This installation is a part of the Gray Area Festival in San Francisco and individual tickets for the ISM Hexadome exhibition viewing are available for $20.Lara Sarkissian & Jemma Woolmore’s piece will be a part of the ‘Segment 1’ viewing. Tickets available here:https://grayareafestival.io/exhibition/
Classification: 12 Month Contract with Option to Extend
Full-Time: 40 hours per week
Location: Oakland, CA
The American University of Armenia (AUA) http://www.aua.am is a private institution of higher learning located in Yerevan, Armenia. AUA is affiliated with the University of California and is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission, 985 Atlantic Avenue, #100, Alameda, CA 94501, 510.748.9001. Students are admitted from Armenia and internationally.
Founded in 1991 to provide American style graduate education, AUA also launched an undergraduate program in fall 2013. Currently it offers nine Master’s and five Bachelor’s degree programs. This academic year, AUA has approximately 500 graduate students and more than 1,400 undergraduate students. AUA includes several research centers, a vibrant Extension Program, and community outreach programs providing continuing education for adults and professional development throughout Armenia.
The American University of Armenia Corporation (AUAC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with offices in Oakland and Glendale, California. AUAC provides academic and fiscal oversight to AUA’s operations and serves as the vehicle for philanthropic support of the enterprise. AUA revenues come from a combination of sources, including tuition, operations, endowment income, grants, and private philanthropy. AUA is committed to an admission policy that is merit-based and provides tuition support to students based upon need.
Reporting to the Director of Development, the Gift Officer will be responsible for managing and developing a portfolio of active and prospective donors to secure mid-level and major gifts.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Manage a portfolio of 150-200 current and prospective donors through the solicitation cycle – qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.
Focus on converting high-level annual gift donors to major gift donors.
Develop and strengthen relationships with prospective donors through in-person meetings and strategic engagement initiatives.
Under the direction of the Director of Development, partner with the rest of the members of the development team to advance fundraising efforts of AUA.
Document all communications and interactions with donors by entering timely contact reports into the Bloomerang donor database.
Create a stewardship plan for donors and work the plan to retain donors and upgrade the giving levels.
A minimum of a bachelor’s degree with a preference for candidates who have advanced degrees.
Experience in development and face-to-face fundraising role, preferably in the higher education arena.
Ability to understand the needs and interests of donors in order to develop relationships between them and the University, and a keen understanding of the fundraising cycle: identifying, qualifying, soliciting and stewarding major gift donors.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including demonstrated writing and editing skills in the preparation of proposals, and in the drafting of related correspondence.
Strong relationship building skills and ability to build rapport with internal and external stakeholders.
Commitment to appropriate use of sensitive and confidential constituent data.
Excellent time management and follow-up skills.
Ability to work well under deadline and to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Ability to establish and achieve quantified objectives.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Ability to travel around the region and to other areas of the country.
Please send a cover letter and resume/cv to email@example.com. The position will remain open until filled.
AUAC is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.
In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire.
Odette, a young filmmaker, travels to Turkey to investigate stories of genocide for an upcoming film. When she interviews Sahana, an elderly Muslim woman who has spent her life assisting survivors of the Armenian genocide, she learns a devastating secret that she resolves to share with the world at any cost, even if it means revealing her own shocking secret.
Varma’s work will not be easily
forgotten, and it is an important exercise in raising awareness of the
story of the Armenians in Turkey. This play humanizes this part of
history, and shows us how, in the words of Sahana, “Hatred is an acid
that will burn through its container.”
—Chris Lane, Charlebois Post
The duration of the show is 120 minutes including an intermission. There will be a TalkBack with the playwright Rahul Varma after the shows on June 7, 8 and 9.
is a fun, engaging, and educational board book in Armenian about
Yerevan. Beautifully illustrated, it takes the reader through well-known
sites in Yerevan and showcases Armenian culture and history in a simple
and captivating manner. It exposes children to both the Armenian
language and the spirit of Armenia. This is a great introduction to
Yerevan for young children!
goal is to expose children to the Armenian language and help foster a
connection to Armenia at a young age. Since there are very few board
books in Armenia, this book is an ideal engagement tool for young