For those currently taking LL254 or LL61 join us this Thursday, Jan. 31 at 11:35 am-12:35 am or from 5:30 pm-6:00 pm for Portfolio Power Hour!
Don’t miss a chance to get insider tips about how to earn an “A” on portfolios!
You will also receive a FREE raffle ticket to be entered to win a Portfolio Survival Kit.
Pizza will be served at both sessions!
Purchase tickets for an array of prizes to win! $1 each of 6 tickets for $5.
The prizes are:
“Embrace the process, not the event.”
Tomás Uribe, Co-Founder and CEO of Stereotheque, held a workshop for Student Life, where he was able to share details of his entrepreneurial journey, as well as answer and discuss questions students had about building businesses!
Tomás, originally from Columbia, has lead a life of creating different businesses in areas he has a passion for. One major key that Tomás stressed was “…build something that is useful and listen to your customer.”
Thank you to everyone who participated!
In honor of International Women’s Day on Friday, March 8th, the Department of Student Life will build a photo collage representing women who have made a positive impact on your life!
This can be a family member, friend, professor, celebrity, activist, etc…anyone whom you hold in admiration!
How can you get involved? See below:
Starting on Monday, February 25th, please bring a photo (a copy is fine) to the Student Life Office located in the Plaza Commons. Please note: all photos have to be of clear resolution (not blurry), appropriate in nature, and sized between 2-5 inches.
Help Build The Collage!
We will start to make a collage on Monday, Feb.25th. We will have all the supplies for you to utilize! All are welcome to come and help build the collage whenever time permits over the next 2 weeks!
The collage will be officially revealed on Friday, March 8th and stay up outside the Student Life Office the rest of the month! We encourage all to come and take photos in front of the collage, tagging Plaza College on social media when posted!
We look forward to honoring and celebrating #IWD2019 with you!
Feb.26: Health and Wellness From The Inside Out feat. Sharon Zarabi @ 5:30pm
“Let food by thy medicine,” is a quote from Hippocrates that Sharon Zarabi, registered dietitian and fitness trainer started living by during her college years. In this workshop she will talk about how we can start now to get on the track to better energy, disease prevention and even the foods to eat that enhance physical appearance. Ms. Zarabi will talk about the best “on the go” breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas (great for parents), fad diets (what works, what doesn’t) and more! Snacks will be sponsored by Setton Farms!
Please contact Ms. Cohn, Associate Director of Student Activities at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to the financial representatives from TD Bank that held a great Financial Readiness Seminar for Student Life! Topics the representatives covered included various financial areas related to managing personal finance, money and investing.
Thank you to everyone who participated!
Ms. Ferer and Ms. Cohn will be facilitating a workshop to get to know you! What are some mental health topics you’d like to see covered this semester? What are some coping strategies you’d like to learn more about? We are eager to design the best RESILIENCE group to serve your needs! Join us for pizza and conversation!
Join representatives from TD Bank in this workshop to learn about is the education and various financial areas including topics related to managing personal finance, money and investing.
Have a great week!
Thank you to everybody who participated in this years Valentine’s Day Bake Sale and Raffle, donations were collected for Safe Horizon!
Safe Horizon, the nation’s leading victim assistance organization. Their mission is to provide support, prevent violence, and promote justice for victims of crime and abuse, their families and communities.
Safe Horizon works to prevent domestic and community violence and provides support to victims. They have a 24-hour hotline at 1-800-621-4673. On campus, Dean Loffert is also able to assist and may be contacted for more information.
Welcome to the 2019 Court Reporting & Captioning Week!
List of Events:
Monday – February 11th
Tuesday – February 12th
Wednesday – February 13th
HOW TO WIN
Thursday – February 14th
You can also view this story by Spectrum Noticias NY1 in Spanish, by going to the following link.
Events this week from Student Life
Feb.5: Safe Horizon Domestic Violence Workshop@ 11:35amJoin us in a presentation from Safe Horizon, as they review the definitions and dynamics of intimate partner violence. They will also touch upon trauma and the effects of ongoing abuse. Resources and options will be discussed as well.
Feb.7: Valentine’s Day Bake Sale Fundraiser Sign up! @ 11:35amSupport our annual Valentine’s Day Bake Sale by volunteering to bake a cake, cookies or other goodies! If you aren’t available to sign up during college hour, please stop into the Student Life office or email email@example.com more information on how to get involved! The official bake sale will take place on February 14th. All proceeds are donated to Safe Horizon!
As we kick-start our celebration of National Children’s Dental Health Month, we received a visit from Spectrum News NY1 to feature our Community Dental Clinic! NY1 will showcase our initiative to provide free visits to children under the age of 17 during the month of February!
Keep an eye out for the segment, which will air on NY1 in the next few days.
Thank you to everyone involved!
–If you have not yet made an appointment to visit the clinic, call 718-779-1432 or stop by the third floor at your earliest convenience!