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May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
May 8th  campus notes
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  • 1. Tuesday, May 08, 2012
  • 2. Nursing Student Council Meeting When: Thursday May 10, 2012 or Friday May 11, 2012 Time 12-12:30 PM Where: Room 206 Come with Fund Raising Ideas and Ideas for Student Activities
  • 3. Career Services Cindi Paolello Charlie King Sabina Contractor Senior CS Advisor Director of CS CS Advisor Angela Ellis Erica Okere Shannon Walters CS Advisor CS Advisor CS Advisor
  • 4. Hello Norwood Students! Starting on May 4th, the Norwood Campus will begin opening its facilities @ 8:00 am on Fridays (7:30 am on all other days) Computer labs will open @ 8:30 am on Fridays Please only access the building after 8:00 am on Fridays as earlier access will trigger the building security system, thanks!
  • 5. Are you NEW TO RELAY FOR LIFE? Relay For Life is a life-changing event that helps communities across the globe celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the disease.*Overnight relay-style event*Teams of people camp out around a track*Members of each team take turns walking around the track for the durationof the event*Food, games and activities provide entertainment and fundraising opportunities*Family-friendly environment for the entire community 2012 Relay For Life of Norwood, Ohio Friday May 18, 2012-Saturday May 19, 2012 6:00PM-12:00PM at Shea Stadium in Norwood The Brown Mackie Team is forming now! Come be a part of RUN BMC! Stop in to the Admissions Department to find out how you can join the Relay for Life!
  • 6. TIP of the Week! Online Job Searching Networking Works!“Sites like LinkedIn and Facebook can help you get in touch with other networkers at specific companies, with college affiliations or in a certain geographic area.” *****Let’s Get to Work!*****
  • 7. Attention BMCC Students Starting in May, the Norwood Learning Center will start to house members of the upper management team as a means to provide better academic, financial, and student support services to the students of BMCC-Norwood Office is located next to bookstore and hours available will be 8:30 am – 1:30 pm Mondays : Dean McKinley Tuesdays: Dean Jines Thursdays: Peggy Johnson
  • 8. Steps to Success •Who Am I…Me Incorporated•Introducing yourself and your resume to employers Let’s Get to Work!
  • 9. Medical Club Mothers Day RaffleThe Medical Club willbe raffling off abeautiful gift setwhich includes :overnight baga pursewalletchange pursecheckbook holder eyeglass casetoiletry setTickets are $5.00each , please see JayAvenido if you wouldlike to purchasetickets.
  • 10. Senior Time for Contact Senior Dee McGuire for more info: Care 672-1596 or dmcguire@brownmackie.edu Kick-off event: Main Campus Library Wednesday, May 16 2:00pm – 3:30pm
  • 11. Child Care For The Summer Make your plans for Childcare this summer so you can attend classes.
  • 12. SARAH Dr. JAY DOUG SHANNON PRINCE TAULBEE AVENIDO YEAGER ZOZ ELLIS Practical NursingAllied Health Audio Video Criminal Justice IT & Biomedical Associate Production Legal Studies Equipment Administrator TechnologyAnisha SHELLEY MIKE NANCY JERRYDaniels BOSKO BATTERSON KILLEEN LINDAHL Business Early Childhood Surgical Technology Veterinary GeneralTechnology Education Technology Education
  • 13. Peer Tutors Needed!! WOULD YOU LIKE TO HELP OTHER STUDENTS? ARE YOU A MASTER STUDENT? CAN YOU TUTOR MATH AND ENGLISH? ALL SUBJECTS ARE NEEDED. PLEASE SEE MS. ABNEY IN THE NEW STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER TO VOLUNTEER. THANK YOU!
  • 14. on the same PAGESubmit your artistic reaction toThe Submission by Amy WaldmanEntries can be: poetry photography illustration collagesee a librarian for more information
  • 15. 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 severhart@brownmackie.edu , 513-672-1990 or leave a message in Room 102 on her desk before, during break or after classes.
  • 16. 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.
  • 17. 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
  • 18. Woodlawn Norwood Shuttle service between campuses Monday, Tuesday & ThursdayDeparts Woodlawn 8:30am Arrives Norwood 9:05amArrives Woodlawn 9:45am Departs Norwood 9:10amDeparts Woodlawn 9:50am Arrives Norwood 10:20amArrives Woodlawn 10:55am Departs Norwood 10:25amDeparts Woodlawn 11:00am Arrives Norwood 11:30amArrives Woodlawn 12:05pm Departs Norwood 11:35amDeparts Woodlawn 12:10pm Arrives Norwood 12:45pmArrives Woodlawn 1:20pm Departs Norwood 12:50pm
  • 19. JERRY FAIRALL, DirectorBusiness Management, Accounting Technology,Early Childhood Education, VeterinaryTechnology, Practical Nursing, Allied Health,Surgical TechnologyGLENNA ABNEYStudent Success Center CoordinatorMIKE DAVISInformation Technology, Legal Studies,Audio/Video Production, Architectural Design& Drafting, Computer Networking, BiomedicalEquipment Technology
  • 20. Tuesday, May 08, 2012Computer labs are open onFriday and Saturday (maincampus only) Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm Saturday 9:00am – 1:00pm
  • 21. Book BoardVisit www.BrownMackieLibrary.com to use the Book Board, where you can buy or sell used textbooks! The Library

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