PLP Weekly Updates!
Welcome to the one stop for all your PLP need-to-knows!
Kicking off 2013-2014!
Meet the PLP Fellowettes!
Mary Ragan, Kim Purdy, & Arrenvy Bilinski (AKA "The Fellowettes")
Kim Purdy (middle) was most often seen wearing a student ambassador polo or hanging out at Warwick HS with other iNSPIRE mentors. A former Psychology student, Kim is hoping to pursue a career fostering community growth and outreach by working with young adults. Most importantly, she's great at ribbon dancing....no, in all seriousness you don't want to see that.
Arrenvy Bilinski (right) we're convinced never slept as an undergrad. As a CABbie, RA, theater student and more, Arrenvy even managed to earn a crown at one point in her undergrad career. After her fellowship Arrenvy hopes to work in an arts organization in the area of funding and grant writing. She is also deathly afraid of babies.
Mandatory President's Speaker #1
Wednesday, Sep. 18th, 7:45pm
Ferguson Concert Hall
Mandatory President's Speaker #2
Monday, Oct. 28th, 7:45pm
Ferguson Concert Hall
Upcoming Service Opportunities:
Internship and Other Opportunities:
Study Abroad Informational Meetings
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Coffeehouse Speaker Series
We are still accepting applications for the Fall 2013 Coffeehouse Speaker Series! This is an opportunity for you to share significant experiences and insights about leadership from unique and diverse perspectives with members of the CNU community. Did you study abroad this summer? Have an amazing internship? Accomplish something you're proud of? Come share your story and apply to be a Coffeehouse Speaker Today! Coffeehouse Speaker Application.
Contact Kate Sheridan with questions or for more information.
Apply to be a Passport Agent:
Passport Agents are PLP’s forefront student programmers. From speakers and workshops, to activities and performances, engaged and developmentally-focused students have the opportunity to intentionally enhance other students’ personal and leadership development through the Passport Program. Passport Agents are committed to developing meaningful programing and fostering a reflective community within PLP.
Contact Mary Ragan with questions or for more information.