Tuesday, March 13, 2012 “For every “We can only achievethousand hacking quantum at the leaves of improvements in ourevil, there is one lives as we quit hacking at the leavesstriking at the of attitude androot.” behavior, and get to work on the root, the paradigms from which our attitudes and behaviors flow.” Dr. Stephen R. Covey Henry David Thoreau The 7 HABITS of Highly Effective People
Career Services PresentsThe Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Volunteer Opportunities T H U R S D AY, M A R C H 1 5 T H 11 : 0 0 A M - 1 : 0 0 P M I N C A R E E R S E RV I C E S“WE MAKE A LIVING BY WHAT WE DO, BUT WE MAKE A LIFE BY WHAT WE GIVE.”- WINSTON CHURCHILL
When: 12:50pm and 5:30pm Thursday, March 15thWhere: ECE Lab (Main Campus - 219)Agenda: Elections!, Survey Results, ActivitiesContact: Manuel Susarret, Faculty Advisormsusarret@brownmackie.edu513-672-1933
Are you a United States Veteran interested inhelping form a chapter of Student Veterans of America at Brown Mackie? Contact Jerry in Academic Advising more information.
March Madness SALSA COOK-OFFWe know you can stand the heat on the courts, but can you stand the heat in the kitchen? If you believe you have the tastiest, spiciest, salsa around, put your beliefs to the test. Let the crowd decide. For $5, you can represent your department in the salsa cook-off. For $2, per round, you can decide who will walk away with the championship trophy. All proceeds go to the EDMC Scholarship Foundation. GAME ON!
AVP Skills Workshop Sign Up NowAVP Department is conducting a Camera and Recording Studio Workshop.Basic Skill set – Prepares you for equipment proficiency test.Saturday March 10 10am – 2pmTuesday March 27 9am – 1pmWednesday March 28 4pm – 8pmSign up by emailing Doug Yeager – email@example.com
BioTech CLUB News! Congratulations to 2012 Officers! BioMed Club IT Club PRESIDENT Joshua Ripley President VICE PRESIDENTS Penny Hargrove Ronald Jackson Vice President Jacob Lawrence Corey Harris TREASURERS Bill Drinkuth Treasurer Diana Arnett Everette Hairston PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICERS Public Relations Chris Amburgey Billy Harp Chris Loomis Andrew NovotniTO JOIN, go to www.bmctechclub.groupsite.comQuestions: Contact Mr. Ellis by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
DOUG PRINCE SHANNON NANCY SHELLEYYEAGER ELLIS ZOZ KILLEENAudi Video Information BOSKO Criminal Justice Veterinary Early ChildhoodProduction Technologies Paralegal Technology Biomedical EducationAnisha Dr. JAY MIKE SARAH JERRYDaniels AVENIDO BATTERSON TAULBEE LINDAHL Business Allied Health Surgical Practical GeneralTechnology Technology Nursing Education Associate
Wanna Shoot a Movie?Sign up toparticipate on theCollege Movie FestivalMarch 18 toApril 1Email:email@example.com
on the same PAGESubmit your artistic reaction toThe Submission by Amy WaldmanEntries can be: poetry photography illustration collagesee a librarian for more information
Books weighing you down? Have a book that you do not really need anymore? Willing to share a used book? Need extra cash?Consider assisting a Brown Mackie First Quarter Studies student who is in need of a Fundamentals of English Book Fundamental of Math Book Please contact Suzette Everhart at firstname.lastname@example.org , 513-672-1990 or leave a message in Room 102 on her desk before, during break or after classes.
Metro Bus PassesImportant information: NOW AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTSBeginning March 2012, Metro will nolonger issue monthly passes.The monthly pass will be replacedwith a 30 day pass.Bus pass is valid for unlimited ridesfor 30 days from the day of first use.Financial aid money must be on yourstudent account in order to chargeyour bus pass.Bus pass is non-refundable andirreplaceable, students are allowedonly one pass per course.Visit www.go-metro.com or call 513-621-4455 for bus schedules and rideinformation.
1098T – Important InformationForms are mailed to all eligible students by 1/31/2012For information on the Taxpayer Relief Act, as well as additional resources to assist you in understanding higher education tax incentives visit: www.ecsi.net/taxinfo.htmlTo print a duplicate form please visit www.ecsi.net Choose the „STUDENT” option Choose “NEED HELP LOGGING IN?” optionFor further assistance call 1-866-428-1098*Please note that Brown Mackie College and our servicer ECSI cannot provide tax advice. If you have questions regarding the higher education tax incentives, you should consult a qualified tax professionalor contact the IRS Taxpayer Assistance hotline at 1-800-829-1040.
ASIST SCHOLARSHIPAdult Students in Scholastic Transition Deadline March 23, 2012 Financial need Socially, physically and emotionally disadvantaged adults Heads of households with small children Displaced homemakers See librarian for applications and questions.
FREE Computer Literacy & Skills Workshop NEED HELP WITH: Working with files, email, troubleshooting, printing, etc Using the internet, search engines, and e-college issues Using the mouse and keyboard for computer navigations Basic computer skills, such as Microsoft Office Windows basics & other at the Learning Resource Schedule an appointment applicationsCenter These are skills necessary for you to be successful in school. WHERE: Woodlawn Campus WHEN: Varies TIME: Varies COST: FREE
NEED CASH?? Need cash for things at school?? You can now use the new ATM located in the student lounge at main campus (Woodlawn) This machine is in response to the needs identified by BMCC students themselves on past Noel Levitz surveys
Shuttle ServiceO The shuttle service that has currently run between main campus (Woodlawn) and the bus stops located along Glendale-Milford Road (9am-4pm), will be CANCELLED from here forwardO Shuttle service between main campus and the Norwood campus will NOT be affected, thanks!
IS YOUR COMPUTER DRIVING YOU CRAZY? BMCTECHCLUB CAN HELP! Computer Refurbish TECH CLINIC Program BMC TECH CLUB host Tech Clinics BMCTechClub collects on: computers from WHEN: Friday of Week 3 TIME: Usually 11am – 2pm donations and WHERE: Woodlawn Campus, Room 139 refurbishes them, using volunteers, students, and We will do our best to troubleshoot, fix staff. minor issues, clean, sanitize your computers, and fix other computer related We then distribute these tasks. computers to recipients We hope to restore your laptop or that can‟t afford one. desktop to work better than before! Contact Mr. Ellis if you It is FREE, but a donation of at least $5 will be appreciated to support future Tech are interested in donating events. a computer (used, new, Make sure you bring your Computer, any or slightly used) other startup CDs and accessories. To Join BMCTECHCLUB: Go to www.bmctechclub.groupsite.com
Wanna Shoot a Movie?Sign up for theCollege Movie FestivalMarch 18 – April 1Contact Yeagerdyeager@brownmackie.edu
Tuesday, March 13, Tuesday, March 2012 13, 2012Peer to Peer Tutoring Students who want to help other students can apply to the campus’s Peer to Peer tutoring program. This is an opportunity for community service and a great way to build your resume. For more information, please contact Diane Bellamy in the “Service to others is the Learning Center( Room 111) or payment you make for your space here on earth.” Jenelle Kunz at 513-672-1592. ~ Mohammed Ali
Tuesday, March 13, 2012Computer labs are open onFriday and Saturday (maincampus only) Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm Saturday 9:00am – 1:00pm
Book BoardVisit www.BrownMackieLibrary.com to use the Book Board, where you can buy or sell used textbooks! The Library
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