- LIFE Program Concludes Today; Awards Ceremony Tonight
- Adult Education Center Now in SCWT
- Lindy’s College Cafe Closed for the Summer
- Brainfuse Online Tutoring Service Orientation Webinar
- Writing Center Open for Summer 1
- Academic Success Center Summer I Schedule
- Important Information about 2015-16 Parking Hangtags
- Official Transcript Cost Goes Into Effect July 1 (new)
- Leadership Opportunity: 2015 iGive Leadership Team Volunteers Needed!
- Renewal of Mobile Device Allowances
- Health Politics and Policy Offered in Fall
- Honors American National Government Offered This Fall
- U of A WCOB Transfer Day Sign-Up
- Nursing Program Work-Study Needed (new)
- IT Services Has Work-Study Position Open
- 2 Work-Study Positions Available in the Library
- Work-Study Position Available in Student Services
- Work-Study Position in the Tutoring Center
- Work-Study Positions Open in Disability Resource Center
- Testing Center Work Study Positions
- Washington County Work Study Positions
- Health Information Management Applications
- Respiratory Therapy Applications
- NWACC in the News (1 new item)
THIS WEEK AT NWACC:
LIFE Program Concludes Today; Awards Ceremony Tonight
NorthWest Arkansas Community College is hosting an educational summer program for high school students that concludes today. The program – Learning, Improvement, Fun, and Empowerment – is an educational and empowerment program for high school students.
Please join the LIFE team in welcoming these students to our campus. We also wish to thank the staff, the student mentors and the community leaders who give so graciously of their time to support this program.
The awards program will be at 6:30 p.m. TONIGHT in Walmart Auditorium of Shewmaker Center for Workforce Technologies.
Adult Education Center Now in SCWT
The NWACC Adult Education Center is now located in the Shewmaker Center for Workforce Technologies with the Adult Ed programs on the second floor of the building.
For information about the NWACC Adult Education Center, call 479-986-6911 or visit https://www.nwacc.edu/web/adulteducation/index.php
Lindy’s College Cafe Closed for the Summer
Lindy’s College Cafe is closed for the summer.
However, Lindy’s is still available for box lunches and catering through Simply Divine. That information is available on the Food Options page of the website found at the following location: http://www.nwacc.edu/web/diningoptions/
Brainfuse Online Tutoring Service Orientation Webinar
Distance Learning and the Academic Success Center will host a webinar orientation for Brainfuse, a live online tutoring service that will be available to students starting Summer II.
The webinar will be held on Wednesday, June 17, at 2 p.m. in BH 2459. Everyone is welcome to attend to learn more about this product and how it will benefit our students.
Writing Center Open for Summer 1
The Writing Center is open 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday in Burns Hall 1003 for Summer 1. Our email service is also available through the Writing Center website. Students, come take advantage of this valuable resource.
Academic Success Center Summer I Schedule
Tutoring Services are available 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Thursday for Summer 1.
For more information, please follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NWACCASC
Important Information about 2015-16 Parking Hangtags
Full and Part Time Faculty and Staff
- The $5 annual fee is automatically payroll deducted from your paycheck on August 7, 2015. There is no form to complete.
- If you do not utilize NWACC parking please “opt-out” by notifying payroll: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 4:30 pm central time June 26, 2015.
- Pick up your hang tag on or after August 1, 2015 from the Department of Public Safety located in Burns Hall front entrance.
RESERVED PARKING – RENEWALS
Full Time Faculty and Staff
- Your parking fee is automatically payroll deducted. There is no form to complete. Please advise Cheri Kahle by close of business 4:30 pm central time June 25, 2015 at email@example.com if you do not wish to renew.
Part-Time Faculty and Staff
- Pay for your space for the full year at the Cashier’s Office after August 7, 2015, located on the second floor of the Becky Paneitz Student Services Center;
- Take your paid receipt to Cheri Kahle located in Burns Hall Room 1206 and she will issue your 2015-16 hang tag.
RESERVED PARKING – NEW
Employees interested in reserving a parking space for 2015-16 fiscal year should contact Cheri Kahle at 619-3122 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Official Transcript Cost Goes Into Effect July 1
Beginning July 1, 2015, the cost for an official NWACC transcripts will be $5.00.
Transcript requests and payment will be made via the request form in My NWACC Connection. Students may also view and print unofficial transcripts from My NWACC Connection at no charge.
Students will receive one free transcript upon graduation.
Leadership Opportunity: 2015 iGive Leadership Team Volunteers Needed!
Please share your voice! We are looking for members of the NWACC family to participate as members of the iGive Campaign Leadership Team.
Leaders will work as a group to plan and put on the annual event this fall. iGive is an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students to participate in the College’s philanthropic efforts which support the employee assistance fund, student scholarships, program efforts, facility needs, and the unrestricted fund. It’s also a time to celebrate our campus community and highlight all of our programmatic efforts and needs as a College.
To join or get more details, please contact Amy Benincosa at (479) 619-4321 or email@example.com
Renewal of Mobile Device Allowances
Mobile device allowances will expire at the June 30th year end. To be eligible for renewal, you must have a business need for the device and must submit a Mobile Device Allowance Request Form to your Department Head and Cabinet Representative for approval.
The approved forms must be turned into the Controller’s Office no later than June 25 in order to be processed by Payroll for the July reimbursement.
Following is the link for the Mobile Device Allowance Request Form:
Please feel welcome to contact Rai Starr or Sandi Goodenow in Accounting with any questions.
Health Politics and Policy Offered in Fall
A new course, Introduction to Health Politics and Policy is being offered in the fall. The class will meet from 1:30 to 2:45 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. For more information, see the attached flier or email the course instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Honors American National Government Offered This Fall
PLSC 2003H American National Government honors (CRN# 11306) will be offered in Fall 2015 (M/W 12-1:15 p.m.). For more information, see the attached flier.
Students, would you like to attend the Walton College of Business Transfer Day?
U of A WCOB Transfer Day Sign-Up
If you are transferring to the WCOB and would like to learn more about the programs and resources available to you, please select the link below to sign up. This event is February 26 from 8:30-2. http://goo.gl/forms/jIKXIKU1TT
Nursing Program Work-Study Needed
The Nursing Program is seeking a high-energy, enthusiastic work-study to work in a fast-paced environment with people who are a part of a leading profession.
Duties include, but are not limited to, filing, scanning, copying, keeping a file room up to date, and assisting faculty. Applicants must be eligible for financial aid and cannot be a nursing student or a potential nursing student. Please see attached flier for additional information.
IT Services Has Work-Study Position Open
Want to gain valuable experience working with technology? Information Technology Services is seeking to fill 1 work-study position at 19 hours/week.
This position is primarily focused on working side-by-side with the ITS team to assist customers in addressing technology problems. Additionally, the position will get hands-on experience working on exciting technology projects and roll-outs. Strong customer service skills and a background in technology are required.
For more information or to apply, please send a resume and cover letter to JDegn@nwacc.edu.
2 Work-Study Positions Available in the Library
The Library has 2 work-study positions open to start July 1.
Job duties include: Staff library Circulation Desk. Responsibilities include checking out library materials, assisting library users in use of facility and resources, and assisting staff in opening and closing facility. Assist library multimedia coordinator with special projects as assigned. Physical demands include lifting and moving boxes of material, moving loaded library carts, and handling books and other materials. Position requires dependability, flexibility, and dedication to providing quality service to library users. Previous library or public service experience preferred.
Please send resumes and email inquiries to Janelle Weaver at email@example.com
Work-Study Position Available in Student Services
Job Description: This position will assist the administrative assistants to the Vice President for Student Services, the Dean of Students, and the Dean of Learner Success. 15 hours per week Duties include, but are not limited to:
- Tracks flow of office documents
- Creates and maintains files
- Maintain electronic spreadsheets
- Assists with maintenance of budget books and purchase orders
- Creates and organizes manuals and packets
- Preps, copies, scans, and indexes appeals and other student documents
- Provides assistance with campus event planning
- Provides assistance with campus events
- Assists students with registration during peak registration times
- Assists with staffing of Financial Aid Express Lane when needed
- Assists with staffing of Student Information Center when needed
- Assists with incoming calls
- Gathers signatures on various documents from appropriate department heads and administrators
- Delivers and picks up documents/materials to various departments and divisions
- Performs any other Learner Services division related duties as assigned
For more information or to submit a resume, contact Danielle Schader at firstname.lastname@example.org or 479-619-4237.
Work-Study Position in the Tutoring Center
Are you looking for a job on campus? Have you done well in your math and science courses?
If so, the Tutoring Center in the Academic Success Center may be looking for YOU!
We are seeking to fill 1 work-study position at 15 hours/week.
This position is primarily focused on customer service and assistance with math and science courses, including monitoring the Tutoring Center; offering support with additional study skills; making referrals to other areas on campus; participating in staff training; keeping the ASC clean and organized; and answering general student questions. All tutors are required to complete tutor certification as part of their training.
Work-Study Positions Open in Disability Resource Center
The Disability Resource Center is looking for high-energy, AWESOME students to join our team! We have flexible scheduling and no experience is necessary! If you are interested or know a student who would be interested, see the attached flier for additional details.
Testing Center Work Study Positions
The Testing Center is seeking to hire two work study positions.
If you know a student who is looking for experience in an office setting and gaining people, skills please apply. Please contact the Testing Center 479-619-4354 with questions and email resumes to email@example.com.
Washington County Work Study Positions
The Washington County Center currently has 2 openings in Washington County for work-study students.
Applicants must be eligible for financial aid. Students can work up to 15 hours per week, and we work around your work schedule.
Please contact Paula Carollo at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 479-927-3330 for additional information.
Health Information Management Applications
Health Information Management (HIM) applications are now available on the HIM page of the NWACC website. The HIM department is currently taking applications for Fall 2015.
To apply, students will need their NWACC username and password. For further questions regarding the HIM application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu
Respiratory Therapy Applications
The Respiratory Therapy applications are now available on the RT page of the NWACC website. Applications will be taken through July 1, 2015. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.
To apply, students will need their NWACC user name and password. There are no paper applications.
For further questions regarding the Respiratory Therapy application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu
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