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Career Services Events – Wednesday, November 17th
Opportunities/Your Future

Career Services Events – Wednesday, November 17th

New York State Police Campus Visit Information Table:   11:45AM - 12:45PM, Campus Center Atrium Presentation:             1:00-1:50PM, Leavenworth Hall Room 103 Soundings Alumni Career Panel: Making a Living, Making a Difference in Vermont 7:00PM - Fine Arts Center Alumni guests: Maria Burt, Class of 2015, Social Work   Regional Manager, Vocational Rehabilitation Vermont       Jared Goodrich, Class of 2020, History Business Owner, Night Legion Comics Ethan Jones, Class of 2014, Health Science Clinical Research Coordinator, The University of Vermont Medical Center              ...
Need Money?
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Need Money?

You could be eligible for a Trio Achievement Grant! Deadline: Thursday, November 18th If you have checked off the following criteria... 1. Regularly use the services offered by the Academic Support Center (a minimum of 6 visits (tutoring sessions, Zoom chats, presentations) between 8/23/21 and 12/17/21) 2. Have earned fewer than 60 credits 3. Meet federal TRIO eligibility guidelines 4. Receive a federal Pell grant this fall 5. Earn a semester or cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 6. Have unmet financial need or loans equaling or exceeding grant award 7. Complete iGrad on-line course – all ten introductory courses, and one intermediate course and one advanced course of your choosing (go to https://castleton.igrad.com/login and select “sign up” at the bottom rig...
Need a General Education course for Spring? Try one of these!
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Need a General Education course for Spring? Try one of these!

Arts & Aesthetics or Aesthetic Understanding Featured Arts & Aesthetics or Aesthetic Understanding Course: THA 2140 C01 WI: Design Fundamentals, TTH 2-3:15 This course will give students a solid foundation in design from which they can build upon in more advanced studies. Students will learn the basic elements of design and principles of composition as well as an overview of various periods and styles throughout history. Topics covered may include fundamentals in: color theory, drawing, painting, drafting, fashion, architecture, and various visual media. ARH 2012 C01 Survey of Western Art II, TTH 2-3:15 (ARH 2011 Survey West Art I- NOT required) ART 1020 C01 or C02, Intro to Studio Art, C01 T 6-8:50 PM, C02 M 9-11:50 AM COM 1150 C02 Intro to Cinema Studies, TTH 1...
Would you like to work at the Wellness Center?
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Would you like to work at the Wellness Center?

We are looking for students who have the following skills: Well organized, self-starter, strong skills with Microsoft Word, Excel, and social media, and who are passionate about Wellness!  Please see the job description below for the Wellness Center Program Assistant.  This is a federal work-study position which will be available for the remainder of this semester and for next semester.  Candidates must be eligible for federal work-study.  There are up to 10 hours per week.    Please complete a Student Employment Application at the Wellness Center.   We're looking forward to hearing from you!  Martha Coulter, Wellness Center Director  Position Description Department: Wellness Center Job Title: Wellness Cente...
Safe Ride is seeking volunteers!
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Safe Ride is seeking volunteers!

Hello Spartans! The Safe Ride program will be returning soon to our campus! The program needs volunteers. Please consider volunteering if you would like to help our campus community, need volunteer hours, or are even just bored on a Thursday, Friday, or Saturday night! Information about Volunteering can be found below. What is it:Safe Ride is an incredible service provided by SGA that transports students from off-campus locations back to campus, providing a "safe ride," in hopes of avoiding drinking and driving. Safe Ride does not bring people to parties or other locations, only back to campus. When: Thursday, Friday, Saturday nights from 10:00 PM to 2:00 AM Some Basic information for those interested in Volunteering: Days would be from Thursday to Saturd...
iGrad Weekly Challenge
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iGrad Weekly Challenge

This week we are giving away Spartan fleece-lined leggings, a t-shirt, and a career portfolio! The Challenge: 1. Sign up: Sign up for iGrad this week and you will be eligible to win a Spartan t-shirt. 2. Complete a course on iGrad: The highest course completion score for the week will win the leggings. All others who complete a course will be eligible to win a career portfolio. Enter the iGrad Challenge at https://castleton.igrad.com/login to be in the running to win some awesome Castleton swag! Use your @castleton.edu email. iGrad Challenge The iGrad Challenge will continue each week through Sparty Says until the end of the semester. There will be a different challenge each week. What is iGrad? iGrad is a web-based tool to empower students, alumni, staff, and facu...
At Your Service for Self-Service
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At Your Service for Self-Service

Self-Service If you have questions about the Self-Service process, or graduation requirements, the Academic Support Center is here to help! We can help you choose classes, understand your academic plan, and navigate Self-Service. To speak with a counselor about your registration questions, please call 802-468-1347, email asc@castleton.edu, or stop by our office on the first floor of Babcock Hall. Remember: ASC is here to support you!
Join A Music Ensemble
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Join A Music Ensemble

Been thinking about joining a music ensemble but don't have time?  Not sure if it's for you? TRY IT!  JOIN US!  Ensembles and lessons are open to ALL STUDENTS, faculty, and staff.  Email us for information music@castleton.edu or register online. They are a great way to meet people from across campus, to explore and develop your musical creativity and skills, and to have fun. Join us! INDIVIDUAL LESSONS! Contact Department Chair SHERRILL.BLODGET@CASTLETON.EDU for information, or to register for Applied Music lessons in various instruments and voice. Applied lessons are part of the Arts & Aesthetics area. Fee required. CHAMBER ENSEMBLES: MUS 2230 • 1/0 credit Develop performance skills through the study of woodwind and brass small ensemble literature o...