Dances Coming Up!

New Commuter Email

Commuters, wanted to let you know that you will now be receiving emails just for commuter students from a new commuter-specific email address – commuterservices@messiah.edu.  Contact Commuter Student Services through this email address for concerns or questions.  *** And make sure to follow Messiah College Commuters on Twitter @MC_Commuters.

Homecoming!

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On-campus job opportunities

Campus Events:

Now that you are in the swing of things…..are you ready for a part time job yet? Is your money not lasting as long as you thought it would?

The Campus Events department is the custodial department on campus and we have several jobs open. These jobs take no more than 1.5 hours each day (some only an hour). The jobs are either 5 or 6 days a week.

If you are not already working somewhere on campus and are interested, please follow this link – http://jobs.messiah.edu/postings/6512 

to apply.  You will need to create an account for yourself if this is your first time applying for a job here at Messiah.

Once your application is received, you will be contacted with a list of open jobs and one more short form to complete and then get you started working.

Don’t wait! Apply today!

Shuttle Driving:

Student Involvement & Leadership Programs (SILP) is looking for local students that are interested in being shuttle drivers for the upcoming Fall break, Thanksgiving and Christmas breaks, as well as spring and Easter break next semester.  You must be a licensed driver and willing to apply to get on the Messiah College approved drivers list (for cars and minivans only).  This is not a big time commitment and works well for local / commuter students who generally don’t travel out of town for holidays (although if you that’s not a problem!).  More information or to apply can be found here:  http://jobs.messiah.edu/postings/6506 or contact Sheryl Ezbiansky at sezbians@messiah.edu.


Roaring Twenties Swing Dance!

Fall Dance Poster

The Messiah College Swing Club with be hosting a Roaring Twenties themed dance, featuring the lovely Bitters and Rye jazz band, this Friday, October 2nd! The event will be held in Hitchcock Arena with a beginner lesson (no experience or partner needed) at 7pm and a dance from 8-11pm.

Whether you’ve been dancing for years or have never set foot on a dance floor, this is your night to swing dance to some great music! Snacks and drinks will be provided. Tickets will be sold at the door and are $3 for students with I.D. and $5 for non-students. See the attached poster for more information.

We hope to see you there!


Interested in Grad School?

On October 7th, Don Martin will be presenting on ” Earning and Financing your Graduate Education”. The presentation will be held in Hostetter Chapel from 12:00 – 1:00. Lunch will be served. Topics that will be covered include:

When is the right time to go to graduate school?
The biggest mistakes prospective graduate students make
How do I get my application noticed?
Financing graduate school

The deadline to register is noon on Wednesday, September 30th

To sign up for this event, click this link: http://messiah.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6QXDT7hc42kEauF

If you already registered, there is no need to register a second time.

This event is being sponsored by the Career and Professional Development Center and the Office of Academic Advising.

Additional information on Don Martin is included below.

About Dr. Don Martin:
Spent 28 years in graduate enrollment and student services
Was Dean of Admissions/Financial Aid and Dean of Students at Columbia University (Teachers College), The University of Chicago (Booth School of Business), Northwestern University (Medill School of Journalism), and Wheaton College (IL)
Holds master’s degree from Wheaton College (1983) and Ph.D. from Northwestern University (1995)
Wrote and published Road Map for Graduate Study: A Guide for Prospective Graduate Students in 2008
Wrote and published an International Student supplement for Road Map in 2009
Former weekly columnist, US News & World Report Magazine
Had a weekly post on the GRE Facebook page, entitled “The Dr. Don Martin Series,” and currently provides video clips there
Currently writes educational articles for SPAN magazine in India – http://span.state.gov/nov-dec2013/eng/index.html
Has made graduate school presentations on over 40 college/university campuses in North America, Europe and Asia

Questions? Contact Dwayne Keiffer – dkeiffer@messiah.edu


Come KAYAKING this Sunday!

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When: This Sunday, 10/4 from 2:30-5ish

Where: Yellow Breeches, meet by the covered bridge at 2:30

What to bring: Clothes that you don’t mind getting wet and that will keep your warm and DRY as it is currently forecasted to possibly rain! Please wear non-cotton clothing. Also, bring some water.

Why: KAYAKING IS AWESOME

Email Ellen Brandenburg at eb1343@messiah.edu to reserve a spot.

The big question is whether you are going to be able to say a hearty yes to your adventure. ~Joseph Campbell


 

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