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January 23, 2014

Find Statistics Easier With New Online Library Guide

Brown Library is putting the power of statistical information in your hands. Our new Statistics LibGuide, short for Library Guide, is a website with links to nearly 60 governmental and not-for-profit statistics sites. It just got much easier for you to find statistical information for your papers and projects. Find statistics on population, crime, religious beliefs, health-related topics, and the environment, among others. Go to the Brown Library page, choose “Research Tools” on the left, then “Research Guides.” There you will find the statistics guide and other LibGuides specific to classes offered here at Virginia Western.

Please contact us if you have any questions or need help with your research assignments.

Job Blast!!! Employment Opportunities for Students and Alumni

Apply TODAY for:

  • Paralegal-Full-Time
  • Engineer Trainee-Full-Time
  • Transmission Dispatcher– Full Time
  • Maintenance-Full-Time; Part-Time
  • Child Care- Part-Time
  • Sales Professional-Full-Time
  • Insurance Agent-Full-Time
  • Writer/Producer (Marketing)-Full-Time
  • Assistant Teacher-Part-Time

or any of the other 70+ positions available on our job bank. Follow the directions below to Register for THE HALL CAREER CENTER's online job bank to view position descriptions, company details, & application process. Check out the Career Center's televisions located in the library and on the 2nd floor of the Thomas Center for JOB BLAST listings weekly.

Registration Instructions:

  1. GO TO VWCC HOME PAGE   www.virginiawestern.edu.
  2. Click on Hall Career Center (Top and Center of homepage).
  3. On the left side click JOB BANK.
  4. Click on STUDENT/ALUMNI.
  5. Click on REGISTER.
  6. Fill in template (starred fields are required; use your school email address in the primary email field).
  7. Click SUBMIT. An email verification link will be sent to the primary email.
  8. Log in to your email and follow the link verify your account and set a password.
  9. You will then be taken into the job bank.
  10. Upload RESUME to apply( need help?- check homepage for Resume Power Hours)

Contact THE HALL CAREER CENTER if you have any questions- 540.857.7298/ careercenter@virginiawestern.edu

Career Focus Dinners: Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce

Make valuable networking contacts with business leaders

Learn what skills employers value in new graduates

Understand the job market in the Roanoke Region and beyond

  •  Computer Tech or Education - Interactive Achievement - February 13 - 4:30 p.m.
  • Entrepreneur/Business Start-Up - CoLab - March 27 - 4:30 p.m.


Hall Career Center—Thomas Center S202—857-7298 – careercenter@virginiawestern.edu.

The Roanoke Regional Chamber’s Career Focus Dinners Program is designed to introduce students to employment opportunities in the Roanoke Region.


Student Talent Show!

Hello Students!!

Have any talents?

Maybe you’re a singer, maybe you’re a dancer, or maybe you can juggle 5 bowling pins while reciting the ABCs with a guitar. Whatever your talent is we’d like you to show it off in Virginia Western’s first annual Talent Show.

Auditions for the Talent Show will be on January 24th, 2014 in The Thomas Center Room 205.

Cash prizes are awarded to the first, second and third place winners.

All proceeds will benefit the American Heart Association for Heart Awareness Month.

So come on out, give it your best shot, and let’s have fun for a good cause.

Questions? E-mail Gabe Jones,  gmj2518@email.vccs.edu

(Talent Show will be held Friday evening, February 21st )


Important Bookstore Dates

Financial aid sales end in-store: Jan 28th

Online Financial Aid ends: Jan 21st

Last day to Return/Exchange: Jan 28th

Career Premiere Job & Internship Fair

REGISTER TODAY to attend the 2014 Career Premiere Job & Internship Fair!

WHEN: February, 20th 2014 from 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

VWCC Students & Alumni: RESERVE your spot today!!! Contact or come by the Hall Career Center (Thomas Center 202) at 857-6710 or careercenter@virginiawestern.edu to complete the registration forms.

For more information and a list of employers please visit the event website:  http://careerpremierefair.com/students/ The employer list will be constantly updated as more employers register to attend with an average of 50-60 employers attending the fair each year this can be a great opportunity to make some connections!

The Career Premiere Fair brings employers together with students and alumni from several liberal arts and sciences colleges, universities and community colleges in the northwest and southwest regions of Virginia.

The purpose of the Fair is to share information with college students and graduates about career and internship opportunities at participating organizations.