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Piercing Pagoda and Vitamin World are looking for energetic and hardworking applicants to staff their Governor's Square mall locations. Speak to representatives from noon- 2 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 26 at the lobby table in the Morgan University Center about part-time positions offered. Applicants must be able to work weekends and holidays. Resumes will be accepted but not required.
Office of Career Services
Tamara Bey
221-6544
Sep 22 2014
Sep 26 2014
Join the Govs Trail to Success today as Derek van de Merwe, Director of APSU Athletics explores "The Art of Culture and Change" and how to drive transformation on campus. The walk is one mile and takes 1/2 hour at an inclusive pace. Meet at the Trail beginning on the sidewalk between the AP Bowl and the UC Plaza. 12:45pm
Thu, 01/23/2014 - 12:45pm - Tue, 09/23/2014 - 1:15pm
Green Gov Trails Head Marker
Student Affairs
Martha Harper
221-6855
Sep 22 2014
Sep 23 2014
Did you know that almost 300,000 American children are at risk annually for trafficking? Did you know that approximately 94 minors are trafficked every month in TN which is roughly 1,128 each year? Yvonne Williams, an expert on human trafficking in America, joins us to discuss the preventive measures to make a difference. By becoming more aware, you are helping change the world.
Wed, 10/08/2014 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Clement Auditorium
Career Services
Tamara Bey
beyt@apsu.edu
221-6544
Sep 22 2014
Oct 8 2014
The CSA is offering a workshop this Friday and Saturday for the more experienced photographer. If you have experience with digital photography and SLR cameras then you will want to join our instructor for this exciting chance to stretch those creative muscles. The workshop is Friday, 6-8pm and Saturday, 1-3pm. Cost is $30. Deadline to register is noon on Sept 24.
Community School of the Arts
Matthew Burns
csa@apsu.edu
221-7508
Sep 22 2014
Sep 24 2014
The deadline for our Canoe trip this Saturday has been extended! This amazing trip to the Caney Fork will take place this Saturday from 9am - 6pm. You will receive lunch and a proper canoe lesson from our professional University Adventure Recreation staff! The deadline to sign up is this Wednesday, September 24th. You may at the front desk of the Foy Fitness and recreation center.
University Recreation
Jefferson Defago
221-6977
Sep 22 2014
Sep 24 2014
The CSA is offering its popular Photoshop workshop this Saturday for anyone 18 and up. The cost is $45. The workshop will be from 10am - 3pm. Visit our website for more information.
Community School of the Arts
Matthew Burns
csa@apsu.edu
221-7508
Sep 22 2014
Sep 25 2014
The CSA is offering one-day workshops this Saturday for teens interested in theatre or visual arts. Theatre students can learn about foam carving or how to nail their audition. Teen artists can explore portrait drawing. Prices range from $25-$100. Deadline for registration is noon on Thursday, September 25. Visit our website for more information.
Community School of the Arts
Matthew Burns
csa@apsu.edu
221-7508
Sep 22 2014
Sep 25 2014
Curious about volunteering? Enjoy volunteering and want to try out some new agencies? Try a service "sampler": short term, individual opportunities to volunteer through the Center for Service- Learning and Community Engagement. Visit our website to see weekly volunteer needs.
Center for Service - Learning & Community Engagement
Alexandra Wills
willsa@apsu.edu
221- 7837
Sep 22 2014
Sep 23 2014
The CSA has several workshops this Saturday for anyone interested in learning a new skill or honing current ones. Select from Jewelry Making, Wreath Making, and Basket Weaving. Prices range from $50-$75 each. Deadline is noon on Thursday, September 25. Visit our website for more information.
Community School of the Arts
Matthew Burns
csa@apsu.edu
221-7508
Sep 22 2014
Sep 25 2014
The University Diversity Committee will consider proposals that meet the University’s Diversity Plan. As recruitment of a diverse student body is crucial to our success at APSU, proposals that recruit students from under-represented populations will be given priority. Recruitment activities might take the form of inviting potential students to campus or doing a community event as outreach.
University Diversity Committee
Barry Kitterman
221-7878
Sep 22 2014
Sep 23 2014