Backpack to Briefcase Conference
Friday, April 10th, 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m., HH203
Are you graduating and need to get ready to apply all you have learned and experienced to get a job? At this conference you will prepare, practice and get feedback from hiring professionals and alumni on the essential steps for getting a job. Some of the breakout sessions will be:
- – Developing a Job Target and Where to Find the Jobs
- – Communicating the Value of Your Liberal Arts Degree and Skills Employers Seek
- – Targeting Your Resume
- – Interview Do’s and Don’ts
- – Dress for Success – business attire fashion show
- – FREE Networking Lunch with hiring professionals and alumni
You will also receive a resume critique and feedback on interview skills from hiring professionals and a FREE LinkedIn headshot.
To register, email email@example.com. Include name, major and StarID.
A special reception celebrating the men and women who have been part of the Inver Hills Community College Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice programs, including graduates, faculty, staff, current students and community leaders, will take place Thursday, April 9, 2015, at 3:30 p.m. in the College Center building atrium at Inver Hills Community College.
The reception will be a fun, casual opportunity to reconnect with fellow alumni as well as current and past faculty while networking with recent graduates. It is an exciting opportunity to celebrate the Inver Hills connection and honor the people who helped shape the education and careers of so many individuals. Members of the Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Class of 2015 are invited to meet alumni and learn more about career and advancement opportunities.
Please RSVP at Foundation@inverhills.edu.
Art is looking for a new home. Come and see what we have to offer. Always an adventure!
FA120 Inver Hills Art Gallery
Monday – Wednesday 9:30am-4pm
You are invited to attend for free the Minnesota state English and writing conference! All IHCC faculty, students, and staff are welcome to attend any part of it free (except lunch costs $10). See the keynote each day at 11:45 am, a “state of writing in the Upper Midwest” panel each morning at 8:30, and plenty of individual classroom sessions 9:45-4 pm. Register at www.MnWE.org, or simply sign in at the registration table in the Fine Arts lobby anytime. Ask your teacher if you can get extra credit for going!
See a real academic/professional conference in person, and learn more about writing! We expect about 75-150 people per day, or 150-200 for the two days of the conference. This 7th annual conference is hosted this year by the English Department and run by an ongoing committee of faculty from around the state. For more details, see www.MnWE.org. You may attend just one session or event or as many as you want. The registration table will be in the middle of the FA lobby. For more information, email Richard Jewell, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Intramural Bowling Tournament: Friday, March 20, 2:45pm start. Tournament is held at Drkula’s 6710 Cahill Ave. Participants will be responsible to pay $2.75 for bowling shoes. Bowling is covered by Rec. Sports.
Intramural Volleyball: March 19 & 26 (regular play), April 2 (VB Tournament). Stop in and play on Thursday’s from 1-4pm.
7 on 7 Soccer meeting: Wednesday, April 1 at 3pm in the activities gym.
Softball Meeting: Tuesday, March 31 at 3pm in the activities gym.
There will be a Staff Training on Friday, April 3, 2015, 9:00 to 3:30 No classes will be held that day that day and all academic and student services departments will be closed.
Can you really cover thirty-seven Shakespeare plays in less than two hours? This fast-firing comedy does just that as it parodies all of the Shakespeare plays (plus the sonnets!). This play is full of energy as the characters run across the stage and keep you guessing how they will pull off the next play. All 37 plays in an hour and a half, including Hamlet 4 times; a farcical romp through the Bard’s entire canon that must be seen to be believed. The Inver Hills Theatre Department presents: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) at 7:30pm in the Fine Arts Theater on February 27, 28 and March 6, 7.
Help your fellow students in need. Please donate non-perishable items to the Mobile Food Pantry. Purple collections bins are at the entrances to every college building except for the Library. The amount of food collected so far this year has not met the needs of our students. Let’s catch up quickly by bringing items and dropping them in the purple bins. The VIBE club collects the food on a regular basis. Thanks to all of you for what you can do to help others.