JOSH GARRELS CONCERT
Email Kelsea Banks for a ticket for the March 31st concert. In the Psalm Center at 8PM. Do NOT get your ticket online, those are ONLY for people who do not go to Corban.
As has been announced previously, the Film Festival is just around the corner! In about 3 WEEKS, on Sunday March 15, you’ll be able to sit back, relax, and enjoy some amateur films created by your very own classmates. The Festival will be a part of the Spring Formal event at the Salem Convention Center in the Willamette Ballroom.
In order to have a successful night, we need your film submissions! Many of you have already begun the production process. As you create your movies, keep these rules in mind:
- There is a 3 minute minimum and 10 minute maximum length for film submissions.
- Film submissions are due on Wednesday March 11 from 2-5pm, 4 days before the event. At this point, we will review the films and request any edits as needed. This will allow you, the filmmakers, to have time to make edits before the event.
- Films must be submitted in .mp4or .wmv format.
The films will be judged by a panel of judges and awards will be given based on film quality (there are no specific categories this year). The awards are:
- Best Character (not Actor, but the best character concept)
- Best Screenplay (based on quality of plot, dialogue, etc.)
- Best Cinematography (based on quality of camera angles, lighting, etc.)
- Best Soundtrack (based on the music’s representation of the film itself)
- Best Film Editing (based on the continuity, uniformity, clarity etc. of the editing)
- Best Picture (overall)
Good luck and break a leg!
The library is having an edible book contest TONIGHT, Feb. 27 4-8pm. If you would like more information or to register for the contest there are forms in the library. Registration deadline is 3:30pm TODAY. Come by and see the creations, vote for your favorite. We will be eating the creations after 7pm.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE SPOT ON MARCH 13. COME WORSHIP JESUS AND PRAY FOR THE CITY OF SALEM WITH OTHER YOUNG ADULTS IN THE CITY.
More details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1550025415280118/.
TRIPLE TEN DEVOS!!!
Happy Friday, Corban!
CLT has listened to your feedback once more!
Because of this, Triple Ten Devos is changing it’s meeting time!
Our new meeting time will be Tuesday nights at 9:30pm. Hope you can make it!
Look for new flyers soon for more information.
Questions, comments or suggestions?
CLT, Student Initiatives
DO YOU NEED AN ON CAMPUS JOB?!
Special Events Intern– Paid position
Job Purpose: The Special Events Intern’s main role is to advertise for, hire, train, and manage the Student Event Team (SET), also assist the Director of Special Events during events, including preparation before the event, set up, assist during event, and tear down afterward.
Job Details Day to Day:
• Report to Kellie and assist her in whichever tasks require assistance
• Acting as communications liaison between Kellie and Student Event Team members
• Keep track of SET member hours and availability
• Be a point of contact for SET members
• Plan and lead (with Kellie) monthly meetings/trainings
• Meet consistently with Kellie
• Manage/upkeep all utilized forms of social media
On event days:
• Assist in coordinating student workers
• Be prepared to assist Kellie in event set up, clean up, and any tasks during events
• Be in charge of the hiring process for new SET members
o Assist in marketing activities, including brainstorming, implementation, execution
o Attend/conduct interviews and work with Kellie in the selection process
• Be an undergraduate student in good academic standing
• Have 10 – 15 scheduled work hours per week, more during event weeks
• Be available for events, including evenings, weekends, or during class hours
• Communication – must be effective & efficient on phone, e-mail, and in person
• Knowledge of social media usage
Submit Cover Letter and Resume by March 20, 2015
Address to Kellie Wood, Director of Special Events, President’s Office, Schimmel Hall.
VOLUNTEER CLIENTS NEEDED FOR MASTERS COUNSELING STUDENTS
Our Masters in counseling program needs volunteer clients. If you’re willing to come talk about yourself and your life on tape for 45-50 minutes, you can help the counseling students continue to develop their counseling skills? Come once or schedule several appointments, your choice. Talk about anything from indecision about your major, roommate issues, school stress, or anything else you would like to talk about. Please remember these are beginning counseling students. If you think you may have a more serious clinical problem then you should contact the counseling center on campus instead of volunteering with us.
These taped sessions are used to give clinical feedback to the counseling students and the tapes are deleted as soon as the student counselor presents the tape in supervision. This process makes them better counselors and prepares them to go out into agencies in the fall.
If you’re willing to help the student counselors work on their skills please respond by emailing Mary Aguilera. In your response please give me the times you are available Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. (Tues. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.), and if you would prefer a male or a female student counselor. My teaching assistant, Andrea Blake, will contact you with an appointment time. The counseling room is AC5524 on the 5th floor.
GRAD FINALE Door Prizes 2015
PRIZE WINNERS – Thank you to our donors!
$25 Starbucks Gift Card (Adult Degree Program) Alena Harvey
Diploma Frame (Advancement Department) Randi Cavalier
Diploma Frame (Advancement Department) Jennifer Limbeck
Corban Gear Gift Basket (Alumni Office) James Moller
$50 Nike Certificate (Athletic Department) Hannah Seagren
$20 Cash for Gas (Financial Aid) Nicholas Lampe
$25 I Tunes (Grad Admissions) Lyndee Elmer
Photo Package (Grad Images) Thomas Graves
Photo Package (Grad Images) Melody Wahne
Photo Package (Grad Images) James Lloyd
Photo Package (Grad Images) Susan Smith
Fire HD 6 (Liberty Mutual Insurance) Cassandra Forster
One night lodging (Phoenix Inn South) Molly Schaap
$25 I Tunes (President’s Office) Leah Burns
$50 Gas Card (Reach) Dustin Cooper
$50 Gas Card (Reach) Andrew Kato
$50 Dinner and a Movie Package (Registrar’s Office) Emma Felzien
$50 Amazon gift card (Registrar’s Office) Eli Kaspari
*If you have won a prize, please come by the Registrar’s Office to claim your prize!
The following courses will be offered online summer semester 2015:
• ED 410: Philosophy of Education, 2 credits, June 1st – July 31st
• TH233: Biblical Worldview w/Dr. Kent Kersey, 3 credits, June 15th – July 17th
• BI105: Bible Study Methods w/Dr. Sam Baker, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
• BI432EO: NT Book Study, Ephesians w/Dr. Gary Derickson, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
*Cost per credit hour: $335 Tuition must be paid to the Corban University Business Office at the time of registration. Pick up a course registration form in the Registrar’s Office.
CAP AND GOWN: If you missed Grad Finale and were unable to pick up your cap and gown, please stop by the Registrar’s Office today.
GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: Final College Transcripts Due! Graduating Seniors, if you have taken classes from another college or university, all official transcripts from other institutions must be received in the Registrar’s Office by April 1st.
DROPPING CLASSES: Please check online in SIS to make sure that your schedule is correct. If you need to drop a course, stop by the Registrar’s Office to pick up the necessary paperwork and pay the $10 fee per class dropped.
REACH INFO YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS!
- Will you be serving at least 40 hours over Spring Break? Register for a Reach project through the Reach page of Converge (under My Courses). Questions? Email email@example.com.
- Graduating seniors: All Reach work (Project Registration Form, Supervisor Evaluation, and one-page reflection paper) is due by Friday, April 3, 2015. Heads-up: that is the first Friday back after Spring Break!!!
TUITION FREEDOM DAY 2015 IS COMING!
This is a symbolic day marking the point in the academic year when tuition stops paying for a student’s education and support from donors takes over. For the remainder of the year, it is gifts to the University that makes an education possible! This annual gratitude event is in celebration of our generous donors. On Friday March 13 during chapel, write a note, thank a donor, and eat a donut!
UTAH SPRING BREAK MISSION TRIP IS STILL FUNDRAISING!
We are seeking out anybody who would like to donate to the trip in exchange for any yard work, cleaning, car washing… anything!
Everything is donation based – the team is not asking to be paid hourly per person.
Any questions about the trip or would like to schedule to have work done before or after Spring Break in March, email Katrina. Thank you so much considering!
The Hagar Home is a place of refuge, healing, and hope for those fleeing polygamy
What? A 40 minute documentary about women & children who fled polygamy and have found refuge in Christ.
When? March 6th @ 8pm
Where? Emitte Center
Why? To see what this ministry is all about and how you can help!!
* If you are unable to attend but would still like to learn more about this ministry, please contact JennaMarie Harris, Morgan Case, or check out the website http://www.hagarhome.org/index.htm
SAY SO LONG TO INSECURITY!
Overcoming insecurity through exploring identity. This processing group gives students an opportunity to:
~ Process feelings of insecurity and anxiety
~ Explore and expand their identity
~ Gain insight about themselves
~ Express themselves in a safe, non-judgmental environment
Art Processing Group
An art processing group offers students a creative way to:
• Process feelings of stress and anxiety
• Gain insight about themselves
• Express themselves in a safe environment
March 3rd at 12:30 pm and meets every Tuesday (except during Spring Break)
Location: Wellness Center in Davidson
Please email if interested