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Georgetown College Wednesday – April 17th, 2013

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Senior Career Seminar Series: “Preparing for Your Financial Future” Ireland’s Greatest Export Mendelssohn’s “Elijah” Share: The Earth Day Event Faith and Equality: Essential Partners Intentional Inclusion: Living, Learning, and Believing Together Annual Bishop Revival The Nail Polish Project Teaching in a Diverse Society College Student LGBT Identity: The Basics and Beyond Discussion: Museums that Foreground Minority Perspectives Senior Career Seminar Series: “What comes Next?” Positive Psychology Introduction Kentucky and LGBTQ Politics The Tiger Symphonic Band – Annual Spring Concert

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Joyful Noise Choir Spring Concert The Earth Day Event Housing Assignments

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Scholarships for Outstanding Women Leaders GC Online Summer Courses Food for Kids

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NEXUS Committee It’s Never Too Late to Request a Tutor Writing Center Running Club Student Wellness Exercise Programs: Spring 2013

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Professional Workshops, Events, and Career Fairs Job/Internship Opportunities (updated weekly)

Announcements:

Reminders:

The Grave Center for Calling & Career:

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Georgetown College Wednesday – April 17th, 2013

NEXUS/CEP: Senior Career Seminar Series: “Preparing for Your Financial Future”  Wednesday, April 17, 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the Jones-Hall-Nelson Suite

Senior Seminar Series: Networking Seminar Seniors! The second event in the Senior Seminar Series in April 17th! This seminar, entitled Networking 101, is aimed at preparing students to excel in professional settings. Students will have the opportunity to learn about networking in today's world as it takes the form of social media sites - Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, etc . Students will then be given the opportunity to participate in a face-to-face 'speed networking' session in which students will have the opportunity to spend a limited amount of time networking with outside professionals. Students will aim to convey the most relevant and important aspects of their college experience to the outside professionals. A break with refreshments will be provided during this workshop.

Ireland’s Greatest Export  Saturday, April 20th – Monday, April 22, 7:30 p.m. in Ruth Pearce Wilson Lab Theatre Play with music about Ireland

Mendelssohn’s “Elijah”  Sunday, April 21st, 3:00 p.m. in John L. Hill Chapel

Mendelssohn's great oratorio "Elijah" will be presented by the combined choirs of Georgetown College with orchestra.

Share: The Earth Day Event  Sunday, April 21st, 5:00-8:00 p.m., Giddings Circle Celebration of Earth Day with well-known local musicians, as well as local vendors and non-profits engaged in sustainability. Open to the local community and to the campus. Sponsored by the Georgetown Sustainability Initiative. Faith and Equality: Essential Partners  Monday, April 22, 1:00-1:50 p.m. in the Jones-Hall-Nelson Suite Students in Dr. Cribbs’ Cultural Diversity course welcome Rev. Bojangles Blanchard, founder of True Colors Ministry (a LGBT program part of Highland Baptist Church), and his husband Dominique James who will discuss the intersection of faith and sexual orientation and how to get involved with effective public activism celebrating our cultural diversity. This event is part of Non-discrimination week at GC, for which there are multiple opportunities for our campus community to engage in a dialogue about non-discrimination.

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Georgetown College Wednesday – April 17th, 2013

Intentional Inclusion: Living, Learning, and Believing Together  Monday, April 22, 5:00-6:00 p.m. in Jones-Hall-Nelson Suite Jeff Nally shares real-world examples of intentional inclusion and the positive impact it has on organizations and individuals. Jeff is a Georgetown College graduate, an executive coach at Humana, and a gay parent. This event is part of Non-discrimination week at GC, for which there are multiple opportunities for our campus community to engage in a dialogue about non-discrimination. Annual Bishop Revival  Monday, April 22 – Thursday, April 25th, 7:00 p.m. at Georgetown Baptist Church The Annual Bishop Revival will feature four well-known pastors/speakers; three of who are graduates of Bishop College and Dr. Crouch who initiated the partnership. Our theme is: Journey of Leadership: Inspiring Unity! It will be a time of worshipping and supporting the efforts of keeping Bishop College alive in an African American style worship service. The Nail Polish Project  Tuesday, April 23, 9:30-10:45 a.m. in the Jones-Hall-Nelson Suite Dr. Carter and his “Education for Social Change” students share their experiences exploring the relationship between gender and sexuality. This event is part of Non-discrimination week at GC, for which there are multiple opportunities for our campus community to engage in a dialogue about non-discrimination. Teaching in a Diverse Society  Tuesday, April 23, 12:45 – 2:00 p.m. in the Jones-Hall-Nelson Suite Dr. Carter and her “Teaching in a Diverse Society” students will engage in a discussion of issues of discrimination as they affect people who move through the institution of education. This event is part of Non-discrimination week at GC, for which there are multiple opportunities for our campus community to engage in a dialogue about non-discrimination.

College Student LGBT Identity: The Basics and Beyond 

Tuesday, April 23, 5:00-6:00 p.m. in the Jones-Hall-Nelson Suite Dr. Stephanie Budge is a counseling psychologist from the University of Louisville. She conducts research with LGBT youth and will be presenting on sexual orientation labels today's youth identify with as well as why it is important to be supportive of these youth. Dr. Budge will incorporate information about her own identification so that students can see how empirical data interact with personal narratives. This event is part of Non-discrimination week at GC, for which there are

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Georgetown College Wednesday – April 17th, 2013

multiple opportunities for our campus community to engage in a dialogue about non-discrimination.

Discussion: Museums that Foreground Minority Perspectives  Wednesday, April 24, 12:30-1:15 p.m. in the Jones-Hall-Nelson Suite

Students in Dr. Decker's "Women, Art, Objects, Histories" course will present case studies of museums that privilege minority perspectives. These museums are: the National Museum of Women in the Arts; The Brooklyn Museum (particularly the Sackler Center for Feminist Art at Brooklyn); the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC); and the National Museum of the American Indian. This event is part of Non-discrimination week at GC, for which there are multiple opportunities for our campus community to engage in a dialogue about non-discrimination.

Senior Career Seminar Series: “What Comes Next?” 

Wednesday, April 24th, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. in the Jones-Hall-Nelson Suite Senior Seminar Series - Next Steps Seniors! The third event in the Senior Seminar Series is April 24th! This seminar, entitled Next Steps, is aimed at preparing students for life after Georgetown - wherever it may take them. The seminar will feature practical advice from Ray Clere and Holly James concerning job seeking and interview strategies, the transition to graduate school, and potential gap year options. Ray and Holly's practical advice will be followed by a motivational message from former Olympian Micki King. As a former Olympic Diver, Micki will end the series on a positive note by sharing her story which illustrates the limitless possibilities of life after Georgetown.

Positive Psychology Introduction 

Wednesday, April 24th, 7:00 p.m. in Asher Science Center, Room 112 Positive Psychology is the science of happiness. What makes people happy? How to live a fulfilled life? With this movie we present a quick introduction into the science of happiness and will additionally have a discussion with faculty of the Psychology department.

Kentucky and LGBTQ Politics  Wednesday, April 24th, 7:30-8:30 p.m. in the Ward Room (LRC)

Chris Hartman is the Director of the Fairness Campaign out of Louisville, KY which plays a very active role in LGBTQ rights. He is coming to speak about "Kentucky and LGBTQ Politics." This will include not only political aspects of LGBTQ, but also legal aspects specific to Kentucky and the laws we have in place. It will be open for Q&A after.

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Georgetown College Wednesday – April 17th, 2013

This event is part of Non-discrimination week at GC, for which there are multiple opportunities for our campus community to engage in a dialogue about non-discrimination.

The Tiger Symphonic Band – Annual Spring Concert  Thursday, April 25th, 8:00 p.m. in the John L. Hill Chapel

The Tiger Symphonic Band will present their Annual Spring Concert on April 25. Featured Student Soloists will be Lauren Kohake, Flute and Eddie White, Bass Clarinet

Upcoming Events: Take Back the Night:  Thursday, April 18th, 9:00 p.m. on Giddings Steps is a nationally celebrated activist event to raise awareness and to claim the right to be safe at night. It honors survivors of sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse and domestic violence. There will be a march and candlelight vigil. Day of Silence  Friday, April 19th (All Day) is a student-led national event that brings attention to anti-LGBT namecalling, bullying and harassment in schools. Students take a vow of silence in an effort to encourage schools and classmates to address the problem of anti-LGBT behavior by illustrating the silencing effect of bullying and harassment on LGBT students and those perceived to be LGBT. To join the movement, wear a black t-shirt on Friday and pick up a button & talking cards . The Earth Day Event:  With Cheyenne Marie Mize and Justin Paul Lewis  Booths by organization and businesses committed to sustainability, fair trade, and social justice. Bring 3 recyclable items to enter for a chance to win door prizes! Children’s activities will be provided.  Sunday, April 21st, 2013 (5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.) Giddings Lawn, Georgetown College – FREE Admission! Housing Assignments:  To see the eligibility guidelines for living in East Campus, Rucker Village or Hambrick Village, please use the link below: http://www.georgetowncollege.edu/studentlife/residence-life/residencehalls/  Application Dates:

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Georgetown College Wednesday – April 17th, 2013

o East Campus: 4/8 – 4/12: Assignments will be posted in the Student Life Office on 4/15 o Rucker and Hambrick Village: 4/15 – 4/19: Assignments will be posted in the Student Life Office on 4/22 o South Campus:  4/22 – Greek members can apply to live in their organization’s building  4/23 – Current Seniors can apply  4/24 – Current Juniors can apply  4/25 – Current Sophomores can apply  4/26 – Current Freshman can apply Cancellation Fee: If you sign up to live in Rucker Village, Hambrick Village, East Campus or a private room and then withdraw your application, there is a cancellation fee of up to $200. Application Steps: o Sign on to MyGC o Go to Departments o Go to Student Life o Go to Housing Forms (last one in the column on the left) o Click on the location to which you are applying: East, Rucker, Hambrick, South Campus If you have any questions please email: Laura_Wyly@georgetowncollege.edu

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Georgetown College Wednesday – April 17th, 2013

Announcements: Scholarships for Outstanding Women Leaders:  Applications are being accepted from currently enrolled Georgetown College women for the Woman’s Association of Georgetown College and the Wilma Reed Scholarships. Selection is based on financial need, academic standing (3.0 required), and contact information for the applicant’s minister and a college professor or official to use for references. Women planning a career in the health professions will be given priority for the Wilma Reed Scholarship. You may pick up an application in the Office of Student Life or download at: http://gogc.me/gcwomen  The application is due by May 4th, 2011. GC Online Summer School Courses:  reduced rates & expanded course offerings.  Check out course offerings at: http://gogc.me/summeronline Food for Kids:  SOC118 is working with Royal Springs middle school doing the backpack program. This program helps feeds lower income students on the weekends. We are needing non-perishable items for breakfast, lunch, and dinners. We are also doing a clothing drive with a huge range of clothes needed. All help is greatly appreciated. There are boxes located in The Grille, The LRC, Knight Hall, Anderson Hall and Asher.

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Georgetown College Wednesday – April 17th, 2013

Reminders: NEXUS Committee:  “All students must complete 48 Nexus credits during their 4 years at Georgetown, or 6 credits per semester. Eight of those credits need to be Tiger events. If you are a senior and you have not completed this requirement, there are numerous opportunities each week to do so. Don’t let the lack of Nexus credits keep you from graduating from Georgetown College.” It’s Never Too Late to Request a Tutor:  You can request a tutor on the portal or by visiting Faith in Academic Enhancement (3rd floor of the student center): https://my.georgetowncollege.edu/ICS/Departments/Academic_Enhanc ement/Tutor_Request_Form.jnz  Login to the portal first and then select the tutor you wish to work with and request a time that works best for you ALL ONLINE!  Group tutoring for Math, Science, Physics and Accounting will begin THIS week! Look for fliers and announcements in your classes for those days and times. Writing Center:  Writing Center to open Sunday, Feb. 3—Do you need tutorial help with writing assignments and/or grammar or writing skills? Drop in or schedule an appointment at the Writing Center (LRC 016—in the basement). Call 502-863-8423 for an appointment or speak with a tutor beginning Feb. 3 during hours of operation. Open early evening Sunday through Thursday nights from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.; late night hours from 9 p.m. –11 p.m. on Weds, Thurs, and Sun.; afternoon hours Mon through Thurs from 12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.; and morning hours on Tues and Thurs from 9:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.. Closed on Fridays and Saturdays. If you have questions, contact Dr. John Sadlon, Writing Center Director. Running Club:  Georgetown College is starting a running club and will be training for a 5K and a half marathon. This is for beginning runners as well as advanced.  5K: Group runs on Monday's and Wednesday's at 4 p.m. and Saturday's at 9 a.m.. We will meet in the lobby of the Rec.  1/2 Marathon: Group runs on Tuesday's and Thursday's at 4 p.m. and Saturday's at 9a.m.. We will meet in the lobby of the Rec.  If you have any questions about this, please contact Hannah Slone: hslone0@georgetowncollege.edu

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Georgetown College Wednesday – April 17th, 2013

Student Wellness Exercise Programs (Spring 2013): Boot Camp:  Build endurance and make you sweat. This class will keep your heart rate going for 60 minutes straight. Working on your aerobic endurance and burning calories to the max.  Mondays 3:30 p.m. & Wednesdays 5:30 p.m. REC – Court 1 Yoga:  Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:00 p.m. REC – Bisese Lounge Zumba:  Zumba is a dynamic, exciting fitness routine featuring aerobic interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms and easy to follow dance steps that tone and sculpt the body.  Tuesdays & Thursdays 4:30 pm REC – Court 1 Body Sculpt:  Kick, punch and jab your way to fitness. This cardiovascular training class is a great way to tone up! Resistance equipment will be used.  Tuesdays & Thursdays 5:30 p.m. REC – Court 1 Salsa:  Come learn the basics of Latin dance, featuring Salsa and Meringue. We'll cover the basic steps, turns and styles, dancing with partners, and by the end of the semester you'll be ready to have fun at any Latin dance party!"  Wednesdays 6:00 p.m. REC – Court 1 Swim at the Scott County Pavilion:  $5 for GC Students Only Getting Started with a Personal Trainer:  Need help getting started with a workout program? Then this is for you! You will be oriented to the Fitness Room, taught proper exercise techniques and have an exercise program designed for you.  Call James Koeppe to register for this program: 502-863-7977. Classes on-campus are free for Georgetown College students, faculty and staff. George H.W. Bush Center for Fitness Sunday 2pm-12 Midnight | Monday-Thursday 6am-Midnight | Friday 6amMidnight | Saturday 10am-Midnight

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Georgetown College Wednesday – April 17th, 2013

The Grave Center for Calling & Career: Jobs, Internships & Campus jobs are posted on . Tiger Net is know in the GC Portal (my.georgetowncollege.edu) under the GC Life tab. Returning students – your login is now the same as you GC username and password. To be alerted of new job/internship posts on Tiger Net, events, career tips or to post a questions we encourage you to like us on Facebook or follow us on twitter @ GCjobs_interns PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOPS, EVENTS and CAREER FAIR: UPCOMING EVENTS: THIS WEEK: Senior Career Seminar Series (ALL STUDENTS WELCOME) “ Preparing for Your Financial Future” (NEXUS) April 17th from 6:00 – 7:30pm Jones-Hall-Nelson Suite (Formerly Hall of Fame) NEXT WEEK: Senior Career Seminar Series (ALL STUDENTS WELCOME) “Mastering Your Career Search” (NEXUS) April 24th , 6:00 – 7:30pm Jones-Hall-Nelson Suite (Formerly Hall of Fame) RECRUITERS ON CAMPUS: None Scheduled at this time JOB/INTERNSHIP HIGHLIGHTS: (Reminder: On the Tiger Net Home Page there are one-click searches. For student campus jobs/internships, simply click on ALL CAMPUS STUDENT JOBS ) Georgetown College – LRC, seeks a Summer 2013 Student Worker Georgetown College - Campus Safety Office seeking Summer 2013 Student Workers United States Equestrian Federation, Inc, located at the KY Horse Park seeks National Affiliates Intern (Event Planning, Writing, & Research) Summer 2013

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Georgetown College Wednesday – April 17th, 2013

The Explorium Children's Museum, Lexington, KY seeks Museum Interns (Education & Programming and Volunteer Recruiting) Summer 2013 The Explorium Children’s Museum, Lexington, KY seeks Camp Counselors (Part-time and Fulltime, plus Summer Camp Planning Intern Summer 2013 Georgetown College - Student Life, Social Media Coordinator beginning Fall 2013 – Must Apply by April 29th People Link is seeking fulltime and part-time Quality Inspectors: Inspecting Auto Parts – Apply On-Line at www.peoplelinkstaffing.com or in person at 401 Outlet Center Drive, Georgetown, KY Georgetown College - Chemistry Dept. seeks Chemistry Department Assistant/s & Laboratory Teaching Assistant/s for Fall 2013 Georgetown College - LRC seek Student Workers for Fall 2013 Frank Shoop, Inc., Georgetown, KY seeks a Marketing Intern for Fall 2013, check it out now and secure early!! All Phase Electric Supply Co., Lexington, KY seeks Outside Sales Representative Girl Scouts of Kentucky’s Wilderness Road Council, London, KY seeks a Customer Service Specialist uHAPS, Lexington, KY seeks creative interns interested in Media Public Relations and social media marketing and strategy, and consumer-focused branding Summer 2013 Netherland Rubber Co., Lexington, Louisville and Cincinnati, OH seeks Marketing Interns for all locations for Summer 2013. Lisa Thornton, Georgetown, KY seeks a fulltime Summer Nanny Thoroughbred Charities of America (TCA) and Blue Horse Charities Internship seeks a projectbased intern for Summer 2013 Commonwealth Fund for KET seeks Summer 2013 Interns to work in fundraising including special events planning, donor relations & on-air fundraising coordination Symbiotix, Inc. seeks Director of Accounting US Equestrian Federation, Lexington, KY (KY Horse Park), seeks a Marketing Interns for Summer 2013. Ann Inc., Lexington, KY seeks Store Associates. Brought to you by Student Life 3rd Floor of Student Center

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Georgetown College Wednesday – April 17th, 2013

Bluegrass Community Foundation, Lexington KY seeks Web/Graphic Design and Donor/Media Relations Interns for Summer 2013 Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, KY seeks Summer Interns in the areas of Education, History, Museum Studies and Library Science Kentucky Department of Parks seeks Summer interns in Recreation, History or any area of Tourism/Hospitality Management

cleftRock Retreat, Mt. Vernon, KY seeks Marketing/Communication, Retreat Center & Zarepath Resource Interns for Summer 2013 Hometown Manor Assisted Living seeks interns!

Online Resources:

Holly L. James Associate Director Graves Center for Calling & Career Georgetown College 502-863-7094 Holly_James@georgetowncollege.edu http://www.georgetowncollege.edu/career/ Keep informed and connected through:

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