Need to fill your volunteering requirements for CCAP? Searching for internships with a local nonprofit? Interested in boosting your resume? Looking for service opportunities for your club? Want to make a positive impact on our community?
This spring, the Student Activities Department will be hosting 15-20 non-profit organizations that make positive impacts on the Roanoke Valley. This is a great opportunity to make connections and ask questions!
Wednesday, February 4th, 11:00am - 3:00pm
Student Life Center 3rd Floor
Participants include: Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Rescue Mission, the American Red Cross, Roanoke Valley SPCA, Habitat for Humanity, Center in the Square, the Salvation Army, the Roanoke Valley Horse Rescue, the Blue Ridge Land Conservancy, Carilion Clinic Hospice, Feeding America, FRIENDS of the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Roanoke Diversity Center, and more!
Contact Erin Wynd at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The American Red Cross of will be holding a blood drive Wednesday February 4th in front of the Student Life Center from 12-4pm. If you've not donated in the prior 8 weeks and wish to help those when they're most in need, this is a good way to do so. Walk-ins welcome.
Together, we can save lives!
Roanoke County Parks and Recreation will be holding their 16th annual "Tons of Fun" and camp fair event Saturday, February 7th at Tanglewood Mall from 10am- 4pm. This event is free for children and their families and will indeed prove to be a ton of fun, so mark your calendars!
Some of the events, designed specifically for children 12 and under, include a performance by children's performer Roger Day, inflatable bounce houses, rides, puppet shows, face painting, clowns, creative crafts, magic and many more.
In addition to "Tons of Fun", Roanoke County will be holding a Camp Fair. This fair will have representatives of summer camps throughout the region to answer any questions you might have. Door prizes include free weeks at camp, so definitely something to check out!
The philosophy club will hold its first meeting of the semester next Thursday, January the 29th in the Student Center, room S307, from 4:30 to 6:30pm. The discussions for the semester will focus on the concept of justice, an integral component of ethics. Any and all interested students are welcome to join us and voice their opinions about each meeting's topic. We hope to provide a forum for students to engage one another in fruitful debate on many of the important concepts and difficult problems in today's world. Our goal is to open up unchallenged ideas for discussion and to inspire the deepest curiosity for life's biggest questions!
We look forward to meeting you!
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT INTERNSHIPS!
When, Why, & Where You Should INTERN!
Join us for Lunch Leads: Internships: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 12:30pm - 2:00pm
In the Career Center, 2nd Floor of the Student Life Center
REGISTER TODAY - SPACE IS LIMITED - LUNCH IS PROVIDED
For more information or to Register:
Hall Career Center 540-857-7298 email@example.com
In recent days it has become necessary for the college to cordon off or barricade areas from foot traffic due to very dangerous icy conditions. These areas pose a very high potential for walkers to slip and fall and potentially incur some serious injuries. BE ADVISED that any area blocked by caution tape, orange cones, or other barrier are areas designated to be off limits to pedestrian traffic.
We have observed numerous student and staff members stepping over and under the barricades not hesitating to disregard the caution the college has placed. Several of those who disregarded the barrier slipped and fell hard on the ice. Persons being caught crossing these barriers risk not only serious injury, but student and employee conduct measures. Please obey the warnings and barricades that are placed for your safety, so serious injuries can be avoided.
Campus Police and Facilities Management Services
Join us at the Fitness Center for Free Salsa Dancing Classes!
Every Thursdays 2:30pm-3:30pm
Learn the steps while giving your body workout and have fun. No partner needed.
Virginia Blood Services will be holding their 2015 VWCC winter blood drive this Tuesday (January 27th) from 10-3 in the new Student Life Center (room s307).
If interested, you can sign up online at www.vablood.org or at the Student Activities Department but walk ins are always welcome! All donors must present a valid ID or VBS donor card at registration.
Free T-shirt for all presenting donors!
For any questions, please contact Natasha Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsored by your Virginia Western Student Activities
The clubs and student organizations will be coming out in troves to entertain and enlighten the VWCC student body Monday and Tuesday (January 26 & 27) from 10-2 on the 3rd floor of the Student Life Center. Come out and experience the spectacle! Witness the delight! Be part of the magic!
Clubs members will be on site to answer any questions and to inform you about all the upcoming projects that they will be bringing to our campus this year. Also there will be groups hoping to start up future student organizations here at VWCC that are looking for interested and like minded individuals to be part of the process.
So come on out and be part of your Virginia Western community!
For more information about student clubs and organizations, please visit our Student Life club page (linked here) or email Natasha Lee at Nlee@virginiawestern.edu.