Leadership Society inducts 50
The Columbus State Leadership Society (CSLS) recently inducted fifty students into
the program—in its second year at Columbus State. During the inaugural year of the
program, students spent four Saturdays focusing on integrity, passion, vision and
service. Students also participated in community service by supporting Project Linus
and making twenty blankets for children in need.
The Leadership Society offers valuable knowledge and experience for Columbus State
students. The program is open to first-year students who have excelled academically
in their first year. For more information about the Columbus State Leadership Society,
“like” us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/SEaLatCSCC.
Student Ambassadors celebrate accomplishments
Twenty-five participants of the Student Ambassador Leadership Program celebrated a
year of accomplishments at a banquet held at the end of Spring Quarter. The Office
of Student Engagement and Leadership (SEaL) coordinates the year-long program and
develops an elite group of student leaders. Student Ambassadors play an integral role
in planning a wide range of campus programs and initiatives. This past year, they
coordinated the 2nd Annual Student Leadership Conference, traveled to Arizona for the National Collegiate
Leadership Conference, and hosted numerous programs on campus, including, Halloweek,
Spirit Week, the Community Service Fair, Earth Day and Paint the Campus Purple cancer
awareness week. SEaL recently held an orientation for the 25 new 2012/2013 ambassadors.
And this summer, they will launch a team of Ambassadors at the Delaware campus!
At the Student Ambassador Celebration are, back row from left: Spencer Gardner, Niki
Reese, Robert McFarland, Deja Johnson, Charlotte Crandall, Kelsey Timm, Jillian Dyer,
Robin Groh, Max Callahan, and Jason Reckner.
Second row: Albert Wu, Aminata Seck, Ryan Gunderson, Jillian Woltz, Amber Bauman,
Meghan Rice, Mariam Bahova, Sarah Baker (Assistant, SEaL), Rachel Rockwell, Ruby Hoang,
and Aminata Fofanah.
Front Row: Pierce Freshwater, Judah Gartman, and Heather Borland (Assistant Director,
Ambassador not pictured: Jessica Frankowski
To learn how to get involved, "like" us on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/SEaLatCSCC
“Progressive” approach to Textbook Comparison Shopping
It’s the age-old question students still face every academic term: Who has the best
price on textbooks? Until now, getting that answer took a lot of legwork, research,
and even some guess work. Now, you can have the answer right at your fingertips!
Using the same idea as Progressive Insurance’s side-by-side rate quote, the Columbus
State Bookstore has just launched a new Price Comparison Tool, which allows you to
compare prices from several sources while shopping on the Bookstore’s website.
Because the best price on textbooks can vary from book to book, the Price Comparison
Tool lets you price-compare by specific textbook title. So you can make sure you get
the best deal all the way around.
The comparison tool – and instructions for using it – can be found at www.cscc.edu/bookstore.
Acloché offers an Interviewing Techniques & Dress for Success Workshop
Are you prepared for your first (or next) interview? Does your attire say you want
the job? Acloché will conduct an Interviewing and Dress for Success Workshop on Wednesday,
June 27, from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. in Eibling Hall 101. If you are interested in attending,
please contact Esther Cherry at (614)287-5289, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or come to Nestor Hall, Room 108 to sign up. Seating is limited!
The Next Big Thing: The Principles of Hip Hop!
Do you have something to say about hip hop? Can you do it in five minutes with 20
PowerPoint slides lasting only 15 seconds each? If so, then submit a proposal to present
your compelling message to help bring Columbus State’s Hip Hop Institute to a close!
Topics might include hip hop’s role in polities, teaching youth through hop hop, race/gender
and hip hop, hip hop and social justice, the legacy of cultural music, or just a great
moment in hip hop history!
The Next Big Thing will be held on Saturday, July 28 at 5:00 p.m. in the Columbus
State Conference Center Ballroom (WD). To submit a proposal, send a brief title and
description of your presentation to Kimberly Brazwell by July 7. To learn more about the event, visit www.cscc.edu/TNBT.
A new set of Callaway golf clubs for just $2?
How is that even possible?
Bridgeview Golf Center is raffling off a new set of Callaway golf clubs. For just
$2, you can purchase a chance to win. Stop in any time this summer to purchase your
tickets. The drawing will be held on Labor Day. The more tickets you buy-- the more
chances you'll have to win!
Win A Wii!
Stop by the Bookstore any time in June or July and register to win a Wii gaming system.
Click here for official contest rules!
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