Campus Announcements

TONIGHT! (Friday) U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services Conservation Career Symposium

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services (FWS) will host a symposium for undergraduate and graduate college students interested in public service careers. The symposium will focus on students interested in careers with the FWS. The Conservation Careers Symposium will be held at Adams State University on Friday April 29th. It will be in MCD Room 317, starting at 3pm to 8pm.

Participants will:

Network with USFWS employees and learn about the rewards and benefits of working for a Federal agency such as the FWS.

Learn about the requirements for fields in the professional biological sciences and other natural resources careers available with FWS.

Learn about the key FWS conservation internships, fellowships and career employment opportunities on the Web.

Receive information on writing Federal resumes, interviewing skills and networking.

To RSVP please email: roosevelt_wilson@fws.gov

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Contacts:
Roosevelt Wilson
(303)236-4589
roosevelt_wilson@fws.gov

LeeAnn Duran
(719) 589-4021 ext. 1000
leeann_duran@fws.gov

Adams State University Contact:
Nakayla Werner
Assistant Director of Career Services
(719) 587-8300
nwerner@adams.edu

This is a great opportunity for you to get a head start on your future career!

Richardson Mailroom

Attention
Richardson Hall Mailroom

Hours for Friday April 29th
Open 8:30am – 10:00am
Closed 10:00am – 2:00pm
Open 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Thank You
Rodney Martinez
ASU mailroom

Final Performances of ARCADIA

The final performances of Adams State’s ARCADIA are Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. This is Dr. Newman’s final ASU production. Call 587-8499 for tickets.

Paid Internship for Fall 2016

The Luther Bean Museum is proud to announce the Salazar Rio Grande del Norte Center Internship. The Museum will accept applications until May 15 for students interested in cataloguing, researching, and archiving artifacts in the fall semester. Only one student will be granted this semester long opportunity. Please visit the links below for additional information.

www.adams.edu/lutherbean/

www.adams.edu/lutherbean/img/salazar%20rio%20grande%20del%20norte%20center%20internship%20application.pdf

Christian Challenge ASU. Weekly gathering and free meal.

Hey Guys, don’t miss Christian Challenge tonight! (Thursday) We’ll be in Coronado Lobby from 6:30-8pm with tasty Salsa/Chicken soft tacos, and a discussion on the importance of scripture in the life of a believer.

USDA Value Added Grant Writing Workshop

Donald Nunn, USDA Rural Development Cooperative Loan Specialist, will present at an Adams State Community Partnerships hosted workshop, Wednesday, May 4, 2016. Attendees will learn how they may be eligible and how to apply for a USDA value added grant.

The Value Added Producer Grants (VAPG) program helps agricultural producers enter into value-added activities related to the processing and/or marketing of bio-based, value-added products. Generating new products, creating and expanding marketing opportunities, and increasing producer income are the goals of this program. You may receive priority if you are a beginning farmer or rancher, a socially-disadvantaged farmer or rancher, a small or medium-sized farm or ranch structured as a family farm, a farmer or rancher cooperative, or are proposing a mid-tier value chain. Grants are awarded through a national competition.

This workshop will be held at Adams State University’s McDaniel Hall, room 317 from 2:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. in Alamosa, Colorado. Free parking in designated parking spaces are available in front of ASU Community Partnerships building or park on Edgemont Blvd. or Richardson Ave.

This workshop is free and open to the public. Call ASU Community Partnerships at (719)587-7230 for more information regarding this event.

Movie Night Tonight in the Loft! 4/28/2016

Stressed and need to unwind? Come to The Loft tonight and join us for a relaxing movie night and an endless amount of popcorn. See you there!

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITES

Adams State students! Do you have a passion for event planning, leadership, making a difference on campus, and learning about the entertainment industry?

Interested in joining the Grizzly Activity Board Executive Team for the 2016-17 year?

Apply today! Applications are due April 29, 2016 by 5pm! For more information email gab@grizzlies.adams.edu or come to the GAB office located in the SUB Student Life Center!

:) POPCORN :) 4.28 @ 10:30am

FREE POPCORN….FREE POPCORN…..FREE POPCORN
🙂 McDaniel Hall
🙂 Counselor Ed Department
🙂 April 28th @ 10:30!!!

Grizzly Den SALE!!!

Grizzly Den is liquidating!!! Need to Sell all products. Candy bars and buy 2 get one FREE. Burritos buy 2 get one FREE, Tornados a pack of four for $.25!!! Nuts buy one get one FREE!! and much, much more.

Bookstore SALE!!!

All merchandise is on SALE! Don’t wait. Notebooks, pens, pencils, art supplies etc. need to go. Stock up for next year.

Reminder: Applications Due 4/28

Don’t forget to turn in your applications to the Grizzly Testing and Learning Center by Thursday, April 28th at 5 pm.

Remember pay starts at $8.50 and you must be a full-time, on-campus undergraduate student with at least two semesters at ASU remaining. We are looking for students to work at least 10 hours per week.

Stop in to pick up your application today!

Student course evaluations

Now is the Time! This is your chance! Get your voice heard by all the right people! ASU wants to encourage ALL students to evaluate their courses. It only takes a few minutes and is completely anonymous. All opinions (good or bad) are valued. Remember, if you think you can’t make a difference, then you won’t make a difference!

Computer Appls I offered this summer!

Computer Applications I will be offered this summer from May 16th until June 3rd. The class will be held in the School of Business – room 130 – from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. For more information, contact Dr. Linda Reid at 7131.

A Walk Across Faiths – Day trip to Crestone Spiritual Centers

Did you know that near Crestone you can visit more than 25 spiritual centers? Sign up to participate in a day trip this Sunday to visit a few of them! If you are curious about different spiritual practices, this is the trip for you. The landscape is magnificent, too! We will leave ASU this Sunday, May 1 at 10 am and return at 5 pm. Trip fee is $5 and covers transportation and a box lunch from Cattails Restaurant. Sign up today by contacting Asim at khanm@grizzlies.adams.edu or campusministry@adams.edu