CASV: Our Partners

Is your organization interested in Becoming a CASV Partner?
Download our overview document and contact CASV Co-Directors:
Andrew Rodriguez (ajr2223@columbia.edu) and Morgan Kang (mk3949@columbia.edu)

Student Organizations:

1397327_10152904682839914_7184440747717893710_oColumbia Spectator 

The Columbia Spectator, founded in 1877, delivers news and information daily to thousands of readers around Columbia, Morningside Heights, and West Harlem. We are the second-oldest college daily paper in the country and have been financially independent from the University since 1962.

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The Asian American Alliance (AAA) is a student organization that strives to promote understanding, foster dialogue and create a sense of awareness within the Asian Pacific American community at Columbia University. It seeks to educate and address key issues and topics that affect the APIA community at Columbia and beyond.

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First Generation Low-Income Partnership

As many students who identify as first-generation and/or low-income may agree, Columbia University does not always offer the appropriate safe spaces or platforms for students to talk about issues that pertain to them. In order to raise awareness about class issues, build a first generation and/or low-income community that transcends all barriers, foster an open and respectful campus environment, engage in a cross-class dialogue, advocate on behalf of the community, lead service projects pertaining to these issues and empower first-generation low-income students at Columbia, we are looking to start a conversation amongst students about what our community needs. 

12240197_1079067445476947_2092265679898842721_oColumbia Political Union

Organized for and by the students of the Columbia University community, the non-partisan Columbia Political Union (CPU) seeks to promote and inspire engagement and discussion in politics from all points of view and backgrounds.

14188470_1164664520259049_8036904363250238209_oColumbia Women’s Business Society

(CWBS) was founded in 2003 to establish a pre-professional network specifically for women. Since then, we have grown into one of the largest pre-professional clubs on Columbia’s campus, specializing in connecting people from all backgrounds with powerful women. As an undergraduate women’s organization, we aim to create a business leadership network between Columbia and Barnard students and female professionals in New York City and beyond.

10511317_867483706603014_4213188834004850501_nLean In @ Columbia University

Lean In is an international organization, founded by Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Facebook, which promotes the success of women in the workplace. All over the globe, chapters of Lean In organize events, programming, and circles, groups of 10-12 individuals who meet weekly to discuss both personal and professional goals.

12341318_1200688336612373_8416551196638047854_nRoosevelt Institute @ Columbia University

We are the Columbia University chapter of the Roosevelt Institute, a national, progressive, student-run think tank. We work to identify non-partisan solutions to policy problems at all levels of government in six policy areas: Defense and Diplomacy, Economic Development, Equal Justice, Education, Healthcare, and Energy and the Environment.

27072344_1692307487481617_8301628071590469181_nPlanned Parenthood Generation Action @ Columbia University

A trusted health care provider, an informed educator, a passionate advocate, and a global partner helping similar organizations around the world, Planned Parenthood delivers vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of women, men, and young people worldwide. For over 100 years, Planned Parenthood has promoted a commonsense approach to women’s health and well-being, based on respect for each individual’s right to make informed, independent decisions about health, sex, and family planning. Visit plannedparenthood.org for more information.

41615299_2051774718466121_5588888784478404608_nClub Zamana

Club Zamana is the largest undergraduate South Asian organization at Columbia University, and a functional umbrella for the South Asian groups on campus.
The Columbia Pre-Law Society provides prospective law students with a forum to discuss, interact, and debate with our nation’s laws, processes, and legal professionals. We organize panels, mixers, and informal discussions to facilitate networking both within our membership and with legal professionals. We provide pre-law students with the necessary resources to foster their interests or to motivate the further exploration of existing legal interests.

As a club we organize a variety of activities, from doing scientific demonstrations for young students, organizing informal and formal talks with professors, and to making liquid nitrogen ice cream for the student body! Every spring we host the Grandpierre Lecture, where we choose and invite a speaker to come and talk about their research to the Chemistry Department.  Every year we try to expand our scope of activities, so we’re always happy to have new members with fresh ideas and who are interested in science!
Nonprofit Organizations: 

At One Love, we believe that the more we can identify and navigate healthy and unhealthy relationship behaviors, the less likely we will end up in an unhealthy or abusive relationship. Knowing that knowledge is key to avoiding tragedies, we empower people to understand that one conversation, one action and one person can make a difference and even save a life.

 

We provide REFUGE, RECOVERY & RENEWAL to survivors of trauma. We started out very small, but our dreams were anything but. The founders envisioned helping women rise above violence and move beyond trauma. And we have been working to make those dreams a reality. Collectively, Womankind strives towards reducing inequality and inequity in our society—the underpinnings of violence. But, there is still a ways to go.

 

logoOnly With Consent

Only With Consent is dedicated to stopping sexual violence through consent and health education. We exist to provide resources to young people so that they can make healthy choices. By upsetting rape culture, and generating consent culture we will help create a safe space for people across the world. Our goals are to educate people of all ages about consent and encourage all people to take action. We are creating age-appropriate educational curriculum that can be used in schools across the country. This will open up dialogue around consent which is the first and most important step towards creating consent culture.