EVENT Join Staff Council for the 29TH Annual American Sampler Craft Show on Wednesday, November 15 from 8:30am – 5:30pm in the College Activities Center. Staff Council will be selling hot dogs and baked goods with proceeds going to the Staff Council activities fund. Interested in being a vendor? Contact: ude.puvwnull@naholloM.taP or 304.424.8208.
WELCOME. Please welcome Derek Leftridge, our new campus service worker. He can be reached at email@example.com, ext. 333, or in office 0104.(10/16/2017)
WELCOME. Please welcome Bernard Williams, our new campus service worker. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, ext. 333, or in office 0104.(10/16/2017)
SUPER SATURDAY! One 6-hour activity @ WVUP Workforce & Economic Development Building, Saturday, Dec. 9 from 10am – 4 pm for children ages 6-12 ($25). Drop your children off while you go shopping! They’ll have a great time with holiday-themed projects, games, and activities. Lunch and healthy snacks will be provided.
VOLUNTEER. Comfort Cases® is collecting items for area foster children through the Children’s Homes Society of WV, KVC WV, and Blue Prints (formerly Try-Again Homes) in Wood, Wirt, Ritchie, Pleasants, Calhoun, Roane, Jackson, and Kanawha counties for 244 children. A donation drive and packing party will also be hosted in the WVU Parkersburg College Activities Center on Thursday, Oct. 26 from 10 am – 4 pm to collect donations and assemble/stuff Comfort Cases for the foster children. The founder of Comfort Cases, Rob Scheer, will be speaking at the event at noon. There will also be information available about fostering and adopting children. Contact Emily Perdue at (304) 699-9392 for more information on how you can help. If you are a student and want to earn community service hours, contact the SGA to sign-up to volunteer at the donation drive.
|Employee of the Month for October is Dan Williamson, Program Coordinator.|
|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 LGBT 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)|