Every Tuesday: Students Supporting Students Meet-up
The Student Ambassadors in the Student Life & Leadership office will be offering virtual student led meet-ups (SOS) every Tuesday at noon. This is an opportunity for students to chat with other students about campus resources, share helpful tips, and de-stress with fun games, stories, and jokes. All students are welcome to attend!
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4/22/20: Real Talk: Shake the Fake
Students at both campuses are welcome to attend a virtual workshop about Imposter Syndrome. The workshop is titled "Real Talk: Shake the Fake" and will focus on concepts that are particularly relevant during the COVID-19 era. Bianca Altamirano Kelly, Learning Facilitator for Foundations for Student Success-Red Mountain campus, will host the 1 hour workshop. Students can select one of two dates. Virtual attendance will be taken and verified for students earning co-curricular credit.
Real Talk: Shake the Fake
April 20 & 22 12:30-1:30pm
Google Meet link: meet.google.com/fnj-zuvq-yzx
The focus of this presentation will be on identifying and managing Imposter Syndrome. Imposter Syndrome is all about feeling like you don’t belong or that you don’t deserve what you’ve accomplished. Let’s talk about it! Google Meets has Closed Captioning for those that may need to read through the conversation for any reason. If a student requires additional accommodations, please reach out to Bianca Altamirano Kelly via email: firstname.lastname@example.org OR 480.654.7744.
4/20/20-4/24/20: Earth Week Challenge
4/21/20: Meet the ASMCC Candidates
The ASMCC Candidates Forum will take place during the Student Senate on Tuesday, April 21, at 2 pm. The forum is open to any students who are interested in learning more about the ASMCC candidates and their platforms. Students can join by using Google Hangouts: meet.google.com/uni-yetn-bge
4/27 and 4/28: ASMCC Student Government Elections
Your vote counts! Elections for the 20-21 Student Body President of the Associated Students of Mesa Community College will be on April 27 and 28. ASMCC is a student-governed organization that works to advance the needs and interests of Mesa Community College students. You can find out more information about the candidates by visiting the ASMCC webpage: https://www.mesacc.edu/students/asmcc
The link for voting will also be available on the ASMCC webpage on April 27 and 28.