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Cosey named First Team All American

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Glenn Cosey

Just weeks after breaking a college scoring record and being selected as the conference Player of the Year, Columbus State’s Glenn Cosey has been named to the All American First Team. He joins nine other players from the National Junior College Athletic Conference (NJCAA) Div. II who were honored with the designation.

Cosey is expected to join a Division I four-year college after maintaining a grade point average above 3.0 all school year.  “When your leading scorer is consistently one of your hardest workers on the court, in practice and in class, he motivates teammates while keeping the program grounded with a solid academic base,” said Head Coach Pat Carlisle.

In March, the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) named Cosey as its Player of the Year for 2012. The 6’, 170-lb. sophomore point guard broke a school record by scoring 1,046 points during his two year career.

The Columbus State Cougars finished the season with a 25-5 record after making it to the second round of the OCCAC district championships.

Try a “Blueprint” to build success!

Columbus State’s Advising Services offers BLUEprint Student Success Workshops each week during Spring Quarter.  The workshops are free and can help you build skills and obtain resources necessary to be successful in your personal, academic, and career-related pursuits.  Here are just a few:

The Library: Find It Fast!  Monday, April 16, 3:00 - 4:00 p.m., DE 108. Save time doing your research by learning quick and effective research tips.

Your GPS for Switch to Semesters: Degree Audit Report (DARS) Tuesday, April 17, 5:30 - 7:00p.m. DH 104.  Learn to use your DARS Report to navigate the Switch to Semesters.

Preferred Pathway® Basics Wednesday, April 18, 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. DE 106.  Learn how to transfer from a Columbus State Cougar to an Ohio State Buckeye.

Tackling Test Anxiety Thursday, April 19 from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. NH 011.  Learn how to minimize your stress during tests and get strategies for dealing with test anxiety.

 

Visit with four-year college advisors at the new Transfer Center!

The Transfer Center in Aquinas Hall Room 126 is now open for business. Advisors from other colleges visiting Columbus State will be available for you to speak with according to the schedule posted online here: http://www.cscc.edu/academics/transfer/pdf/SpringVisitsApril12.pdf

 


The End is Near! Time to find a Career!

logoWhether you’re in your last year of college or your first, soon enough you’ll be out looking for a job. A great first step is deciding what career you want to pursue. Join the Advertising Federation (AdFed) for Student Career Day to explore the field of advertising and find the right career for you!

HarlowADFED STUDENT CAREER DAY is Wednesday, April 18, 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.in the Columbus State Conference Center (WD). The cost is $20. Add lunch for just $10 more. The keynote speaker is Matt Harlow, Director of Account Service, Perry Ballard, Detroit, Michigan.

Matt will introduce you to the wide world of advertising and why he chose to build his career in this field. Following that, you choose three breakout sessions to attend from Creative, Account Services, Media, Research, Production, Business-to-Business and In-House topics.

Each topic will be presented by an industry veteran who will walk you through that career option, sprinkling the conversation with their stories and experiences along the way.

To round out the day, a panel of ad pros will be on hand to review your resume and portfolio or reel, and get you ready to interview in the “real world.” (Don’t have a resume or portfolio/reel? Spend this time chatting one-on-one with our pros about what they look for in a resume – and personally in an interview candidate.)

You can learn more about it and register online here: www.adfedcolumbus.org.

 

Student Employment Week features job tips, photos, banking info

April 16-20 is Student Employment Week at Columbus State, and Columbus State will offer several special sessions for students, starting with:

Student Employment Week Kick-Off event, Monday, April 16 from noon – 4:00 p.m. in Rhodes Hall room 114.  Stop by for snacks, popcorn, drinks, fun Columbus State giveaways, and a raffle drawing to kick off the second annual Student Employment Week!


Money Management Options for Students, Tuesday, April 17, from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the Center for Workforce Development, room 413. Columbus State welcomes Vincent Neal from Kemba Financial to speak about money management while in college, understanding credit scores, banking technology and the benefits of credit unions.


interview sceneLinkedIn Photo Booth and Information Session, Thursday, April 19, from 2:00-4:00 p.m. in the Center for Workforce Development room 413. Social media services like LinkedIn are important for the modern job search, but you have to present yourself professionally. Don’t have a professional profile picture of yourself? No problem. Stop by our event and have a straightforward and professional picture taken compliments of the college’s marketing department. You will also be able to pick up great tips on how to be a savvy user of social media while you look for a career. Dress professionally for this opportunity – think interview attire!


College Night at the Crew is April 21

college crowdDon’t miss the special College Night on Saturday, April 21 when the Columbus Crew soccer team plays the Houston Dynamo—tickets are only $15 for college students.  It’s also buck-a-brat and buck-a-beer night, and you will be able to sit in a reserved seating area in the Crew Supporters section!  Go to www.thecrew.com/campuscrew for more information.  You will see all the different college sections there, and you can select “Cougarcrew” for Columbus State students!


Are you a leader?

student ambassadorDo you desire to make a positive impact on Columbus State students, change your life and gain a tight group of friends?  And get paid to do it?

Then you should consider becoming a Student Ambassador!

The Student Ambassador Leadership Program allows students to participate in various public relations, recruiting and leadership activities at Columbus State, while earning money to help pay for tuition and other educational expenses.

Ambassadors staff the New Student Orientation programs, give campus tours, assist with special events, participate in community outreach activities and work on special projects with academic and student service departments at the college.

If this sounds like something you’d like to know more about, email the Student Ambassador Leadership Program at salp@cscc.edu, or call (614) 287-3621. Applications to the 2012/2013 program are due by Monday, April 23.

Watch this video to see what being a Columbus State Student Ambassador is all about! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFg9IRMIljU

 

 


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