In early November, our student involvement specialists, Sam Saeger (Fond du Lac), Melanie Schroder (West Bend), and Lisa Manuell (Beaver Dam), took students from each campus to the Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities (APCA) conference.
What was the purpose? To select future campus entertainment!
They joined schools from across the country at this event that consisted of talent showcases, exhibit halls, and many different entertainers.
It was at events like this in previous years that students helped to select entertainers such as Mark Toland the mind reader and comedian John Cassidy.
Sam, Melanie, and Lisa will attend another conference this spring with new group of students. They will then use the top choices from both conferences to make their selections for the 2019-20 school year and possibly beyond.
Beaver Dam student who attended were Trina Anderson, Noah Bille, Alana Clark
Derek DeChant, Abby Muenchow, Nicole Nowicki, and Aurelio Rosas.
Fond du Lac students Kerwana Clayborn, Alli Mayer, Susie Rodencal, Jerod Splan, and
West Bend students Dominic DeLaura, Julia Gruber, Thomas Holman, Leah Pietrangelo, and Peggy Rider.
Stay tuned for upcoming student life event announcements to see what entertainers were selected!
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To say that Rosy Samou, of Ripon, has had a winding journey to get to Moraine Park Technical College would be an understatement.
Rosy is a native of Cameroon, Africa, and in the last five years has moved internationally twice, traveled nearly 10,000 miles, learned English, gave birth to her third child, earned her CNA, enrolled in the nursing program, and is now petitioning to be a Registered Nurse (RN).
The Fall/Winter 2018 Next Magazine, which was released last week, features articles on healthcare career laddering, the Promise program, and boot camp opportunities.
New additions include a trivia contest (win some great prizes) and a delicious holiday recipe courtesy of our culinary experts!
Moraine Park’s Donut Club, located out of the Beaver Dam campus, held a clothing drive in early November to benefit The Caring Closet of Dodge County, which is operated by Dodge County Health and Human Services. The group collected more than 40 large boxes and bags of clothing, shoes, winter gear, and personal items. These donations will be available to teenage foster children entering a new home, and to others in severe need.
The Donut Club will like to thank those who donated to The Caring Closet of Dodge County 2018 Clothing Drive.
The Donut Club works on community service projects throughout the semester. In addition to the clothing drive, the group volunteered at the Beaver Dam campus Blood Drive this fall, and in December they are planning to participate as bell-ringers for the Salvation Army.
“Donut Feel Good to Help Others?”
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