Deadline for resumes is Sunday, September 24, 2017.
If you have planned an Oct. 9 event that's open to the public but is not yet on the College calendar, please email email@example.com with information about it (title, brief description, time, place).
We will include it in a Things To Do insert in the Fall Open House packet. You may get more attendees, and we'll show Conn at its best!
Then you should join QueerPeer - Connecticut College's first LGBTQIA Mentorship program! This is your last chance to apply. The application closes on Monday, September 25.
The QueerPeer mentorship program aims to connect LGBTQIA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, and Asexual) First-Years, sophoomores and transfer students with LGBTQIA juniors and seniors. QueerPeer provides a supportive network that encourages personal growth and development. Mentors aid mentees in navigating their sexuality and gender, as well as the ways these identities intersect with race, ethnicity, ability, religion, age, and socio-economic class. QueerPeer aims to create a more present, welcoming, and inspiring sense of community for the LGBTQIA community here at Connecticut College.]]
Proposals for 2017-2018 grant cycle will be reviewed on the following dates: October 13, 2017, and February 9, 2018.
We encourage students, staff and faculty to apply and look forward to working with everyone on advancing the mission and vision of the Center.
For further information, please contact the CCSRE Associate Director of Praxis Andrea Baldwin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
** Note: The application form is a Google.doc that is embedded in the Call. The link works better if you are already logged onto Camel Web.
The job of a Student Phonathon caller is to serve as an ambassador to Connecticut College and solicit alumni and parents for
the Connecticut College Fund. The CC Fund is the cornerstone of the College's fundraising efforts and money raised goes to reducing every
student's tuition by 17% and supports all aspects of the Connecticut College experience.
Student Phonathon Callers must speak English clearly and have excellent verbal communication and phone skills.
Callers must be friendly, enjoy talking on the phone, and have the ability to think on your feet in a fast-paced environment.
A genuine affinity and belief in the spirit and mission of Connecticut College is a must.
Working for the Phonathon program is a great opportunity to improve your communication, fundraising, and public
relations skills for life after Conn.
We will train you, but you must be open to new experiences and willing to learn new skills. You must be flexible
and respond well to direction and constructive criticism.
**Callers must work at least two shifts per week**
Please contact Ellen Bremner at email@example.com for an
application. The due date for applications is Wednesday, September 27.
The Office of Communications is pleased to offer Basic T4 Training sessions. These sessions will be held on Tuesday, 9/26 and Friday, 9/29. If you're interested in learning how to update pages on our website, or just need a refresher, please fill out this form and we'll be in touch.