Professional Development Opportunities
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24-HOURS ONLY. Beginning at midnight on Tuesday, May 1, as part of Give Local MOV, the WVU at Parkersburg Foundation will host a 24-hour online donation drive to raise funds for the WVU Parkersburg student emergency fund. Visit givelocalmov.org to make a donation to the WVU at Parkersburg Foundation! Giving as little as $10 will allow our students with one-time immediate financial needs to stay in school — a small donation can make a big difference in someone’s life!
DENIM DAY. Wear your jeans on Wednesday, April 25, and take a stand against sexual violence. A woman’s choice of clothing is no excuse for rape. For questions, contact Debbie Richards at 304.424.8201.
FUNDRAISER. Orders for pepperoni rolls are open until Friday, April 20 through Debi at 424-8365. Pepperoni Rolls come with marinara sauce and are priced at $2.50 each. Proceeds go to the WVU at Parkersburg Foundation Mountain Man Power scholarship! Pick-up your orders on Wednesday, April 25 at the Caperton Center.
EVENT. The College Chorale of West Virginia University at Parkersburg will present its Spring Concert on Tuesday, April 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the WVU Parkersburg Student Lounge. The College Chorale will perform secular music from the Renaissance in period costumes and recent popular music. Soprano Danielle Kelly, a new member of the college’s English faculty, will also be featured. The concert is free and the public is invited.
JOB FAIR. WVU Parkersburg, the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce and Jackson General Hospital will be hosting a JOB FAIR on Thursday, May 3 from noon- 4 p.m. at the Jackson County Armory in Millwood, WV. Visit www.wvup.edu/jccfair to learn more!
CONGRATULATIONS to Cheyanna Parsons, on her promotion to Admissions Counselor. She can be reached at email@example.com, ext. 277 or in office 1107. (4/9/2018)
LIBRARY. The WVU Parkersburg library announces the launch of the OverDrive ebook, audiobook, and video services. OverDrive materials may be downloaded and used on a variety of devices, including cell phones and tablets. The initial collection is small but members of the WVUP community are encouraged to contribute in building the collection by recommending individual titles or subject areas. Recommendations may be made through WVUP’s OverDrive website or by contacting library staff members. Please contact Stephen Hupp, Library Director, for additional information.
|SAFE ZONE. WVU Parkersburg’s Safe Zone members are allies who have participated in training and pledged their commitment to providing a safe and supportive environment for members of our LGBTQIA community. Safe Zone members can be identified by this symbol currently displayed via lapel pin and/or desk sign. Information about how to become a Safe Zone member and the membership list is available here. (submitted 9/10/15)|