Spring Quarter Club Newsletter!!!!
2015 Spring Quarter Club Newsletter
Hope y'all are having a wonderful quarter! I chose cupcakes as the background because you all are the SWEETEST! ;) For real, it has been a joy getting to know you all! I love it when I see you all working on your posters and roll downs in the office, and when we get the chance to talk in person about your club! You all are such hard workers, and I am constantly inspired by your drive and your great work!
CLUB DEVELOPMENT SERIES VIDEOS
Let us know ideas you want to be featured in the videos, or what you would want these videos to focus on! We value your input, and look forward to hearing what you all have in mind!
Red Night Out Nominations
Know a club or organization who deserves recognition? Nominate them for an award! It takes just a minute. Submit a Nomination online by Sunday, April 26 at 11:59 pm.
· Outstanding Organization Award: Presented to a student club that has excelled in one or more of the following areas: community engagement, campus awareness efforts, inclusion, collaboration, and/or building lasting connections with other campus entities.
· Best Program/Event Sponsored by a Club or Organization Award: Presented to a club or organization that has contributed to the overall education and betterment of the Seattle University community through a program or event. The event should be outstanding in one (or more) of the following: educational/academic focus, inclusivity, creativity, collaboration, instilling SU pride, and/or the impact of the event on students.
Sell Your Club's Event Tickets at the CAC (Campus Assistance Center)!
That form can be found here on the Student Activities website under Fundraising Resources.
Encourage Others That They Don't Have To Have A Title To Be A Great Leader!
Apply For The MPF (Multicultural Programming Fund) To Fund Your Events and Ideas!
With the collaboration between Student Activities Office and Office of Multicultural Affairs, we were able to ensure the continuity of the Multicultural Programming Fund (MPF).
If your club/organization or individual is interested in: “Developing multicultural programs, events, projects, and activities that enhance the University’s commitment to diversity and equity.” I highly recommend you follow this link and learn more about how to apply for funding through the MPF.
Visit the headquarters of Seattle City Light with Career Services and the Albers Placement Center on Friday, May 1st, from 8:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Speakers & Activities!
*Transportation will be provided.
Learn about Energy Delivery Engineering, Environmental Affairs, Emergency Management, Human Resources, and Power Marketing.
Registration is open to student from all majors/years at SU, but a strong focus is geared toward those studying Electrical Engineering, Finance, Econ, and Bus Admin, Marketing, Communications, Strategic Communications, & Environmental Science as well as graduate students in Public Administration.
Registration is required! The deadline is set for Tuesday, April 28th. Please sign up in person with Career Services (PAVL, Rm 110). $25 refundable deposit due at the time of registration (it will be returned to you on the day of the visit).
Questions? Contact Career Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 296-6080.
For more information: https://calendar.seattleu.edu/EventDetails.aspx?data=oUtg1FbeNNMLA3jim1P8gRyTfuIm4/L