Support the Global Climate Strike. Come and learn what others are doing and what we could do locally. This documentary looks at the impacts of climate change-fueled disasters coast to coast and hear from leaders and everyday citizens who relate the stories behind initiatives for recovery. The film will be shown on Friday, September 20 at 6 pm in Room 227 of the Art Building.
“Paris to Pittsburgh shows that while the situation is serious, there is also inspiring opportunity and hope in how Americans are working towards a sustainable future.” –Katherine Oliver, Executive Producer
The 8th Annual Job & Internship Fair will be happening on Wednesday, September 25 from 10 am – 2 p in the First Floor Banquet Rooms of the SUB. There are 30 businesses and organizations registered and eager to meet interested students and alumni. Most have employment or internship opportunities and will be recruiting. Although not required, if you wish to make the most of this event, bring your resume, any recommendation letters, and be prepared to meet potential employers! If you would like someone to review your resume or assist in creating one, the Career Service Office is located in the Student Success Center, Nielsen Library Room 137. Call for an appointment at 719.587.8105 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
GVP, the campus video production organization, is hiring! Pay is $13/hour, 10 hours a week. Must be ASU student. Must have 2.0 GPA. Send application (cover letter, resume, letter of recommendation) to email@example.com. Applications are due by 5:00 pm Sept. 25. Interviews will be held Sept. 27, and applicants will be notified of their interview time.
Must be reliable, service-oriented, have attention to detail, and have excellent communication skills. Duties include: Leading and executing your overall vision of GVP as a production organization. Equipment management including inventory, check-out and returns of equipment, and purchase of new equipment as needed; maintaining archive of necessary forms and inventory; maintaining equipment check-out hours at the Haynie Center (checking out and receiving equipment); increasing the use of equipment and creation of content by students, faculty, and staff via advertising or other means; assisting with the advertising for, interviewing, and hiring of Video Content Producers; advocating and assisting with professional development for student staff; assisting with ideas for video topics; attendance at Communications Board meetings. Ability to create video content is a plus, though not a requirement.
Video Content Manager
Must be reliable, service-oriented, have attention to detail, and have excellent communication skills. Duties include: Maintaining equipment check-out hours at the Haynie Center (checking out and receiving equipment); creating content for YouTube channel and possibly Grizzly TV; advertising for, interviewing, and hiring of Video Content Producers; managing Video Content Producers; viewing video content prior to upload; compliance with copyright issues; uploading video content to YouTube and submitting new video content to Grizzly TV; maintaining archive of video content; advocating and assisting with professional development for student staff; assisting staff with ideas for video topics; attendance at Communications Board meetings if general manager is unavailable.
There are still project openings for this Saturday’s ASU Cares service day. Join other Grizzlies as they collectively contribute nearly 1000 hours of volunteer service in a single day! The event will serve 20 local nonprofits and civic organizations in our area. Transportation will be arranged, if needed. Volunteers will receive breakfast, a sack lunch and event t-shirt. Help fill all projects! For more information and to sign up go to:
For the remainder of this week, the Writing Studio will be open noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday; and 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Friday. Drop in or email to make an appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org.
On September 23, the United Nations will hold a Climate Action Summit of world leaders. A global climate strike on September 20 will show these leaders that we, the people, demand policy changes to ensure our future survival.
Let’s represent Adams State in making this global demand.
“Climate change is the defining issue of our time and now is the defining moment to do something about it. There is still time to tackle climate change, but it will require an unprecedented effort from all sectors of society” (UN 2019).
When: Friday, Sept. 20th, noon to 1 p.m.
Where: Main St. in front of the ASU Art building
What: March around campus to show world leaders we are invested in caring for our planet.
Also: Bring signs and wear ASU clothing as we will be sending pictures to the UN.
The Adams State Student Nurses’ Association (ASSNA) will be hosting a blood drive in coordination with Vitalant (formerly known as Bonfils Blood Center) on Wednesday, September 18 from 12:00-4:00 in the Student Union Building. Individuals who are in good health and meet the general eligibility criteria can donate (even if you were deferred in the past, you may be able to donate now). Basic requirements for blood donation include being at least 18 years old, weighing at least 110 pounds, and having a valid form of identification (driver’s license, work badge, school ID, etc.). If you recently got a new tattoo or piercing, you can still donate if the tattoo was applied in a state-regulated shop and the piercing was performed using single-use equipment. If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please contact Lilliana Chavez at email@example.com (preferred contact) or (719) 298-1309. Please remember to eat a well-balanced meal within 2 hours of donation and be well hydrated. Walk-in’s are welcome!
At noon go say “hi” to Lisa popping popcorn in front of the Counselor Education Department in McDaniel hall!
The Upward Bound Programs at Adams State are hiring for Program Assistants. As the program assistant, you will gain experience assisting high school students with the preparation for post-secondary education.
Program Assistant – $13/hour
-An Upward Bound Program Assistant is responsible for meeting with students on a one-one or small group basis. You will travel to high schools within the San Luis Valley that are served by our program. You will meet with students during a school day to complete a post-secondary attainment advising curriculum.
Availability: at least one full day open (Monday through Thursday)
Interested applicants can contact Marisol at 587-7641 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org