Writing center hiring students for tutoring and content creation
The Ithaca College Writing Center is recruiting peer tutors and content developers. The Writing Center is looking for students interested in writing texts, developing online content, working on web design and web user experience, creating educational materials, and technical and professional writing. The center is launching an online writing lab and needs applicants for dedicated content contributors and peer tutors. All applications must be submitted through the job posting on the Student Employment portal. All emailed or printed applications will not be considered for the position.
Dating offered for marijuana addiction to aid in recovery
Meetings for people addicted to marijuana and seeking support in their recovery will be held at 10 a.m. every Thursday at the Ithaca Community Recovery Room at 518 Seneca Street West. The program launched on March 3 with the goal of sharing individual experiences and offering support to people seeking recovery from marijuana addiction. People interested in getting more information about Marijuana Anonymous can email [email protected]
A meeting of supervisors will be held to discuss college manpower issues
The All Supervisors Meeting is scheduled for 1-2:30 p.m. on March 15 at 102 Textor Hall. The agenda will focus on labor relations, workload assessment and employee retention strategies.
University launches fundraising program to support campus employees
The college partners with WellCents to provide its employees with additional financial wellness training, awareness, and free access to a financial advisor. WellCents is a financial solution designed to help create confidence in the financial life of individuals. Those interested will first take an assessment which is a survey asking questions about financial history. WellCents will then analyze the responses, assign a grade, and create a personalized action plan. Individuals can attend group workshops tailored to the participants. WellCents will continue to provide financial advisors who will discuss all financial needs and goals. Topics may include: retirement planning, debt reduction, budget planning, asset allocation and investing, life insurance analysis and social security.
Transcripts required for credits earned while studying abroad
Students who have previously studied abroad are encouraged to check their degree work to ensure that their credit is reflected in their degree assessment. If credits are not reflected, it is because the Registrar’s Office has not received the official student transcript, which can be emailed to [email protected] If credit is not reflected after the transcript is submitted, individuals may contact Holly Westbrook, Credit Assessment Coordinator in the Office of the Registrar, at [email protected]
Alum invited to be a guest speaker to present his work on the Adirondacks
Beta Gamma Sigma and the School of Business are hosting a Steve Gonick ’85 presentation from 12:15-12:45 p.m. on March 10 via Zoom. Gonick will discuss his work in Adirondack Research and Management. Gonick handled most operations outside of research and portfolio management. He will also explain how his role led to business ventures and what they are.
Learning coaches will be selected by the college’s peer tutoring service
Junior Camryn O’Leary and freshman Ranjini Iyengar are new learning coaches for Tutoring and Academic Enrichment Services. Learning coaches are peer tutors who motivate students to complete their courses. Students wishing to apply to become peer tutors should visit the Student Employment website.
The College is seeking student candidates for the Fall 2022 Orientation Staff
The Office of New Students and Bridging Programs is seeking college faculty and staff to nominate students to apply to serve on the Fall 2022 Orientation staff. The program seeks to train a team of 70 students. IC is seeking ideas from supervisors to recognize student workers The college’s Student Employee Improvement Committee has invited supervisors to join its virtual SUPERvision session from noon to 1 p.m. on March 17. The workshop is discussion-based and provides an opportunity for supervisors to learn and share ideas for rewarding and recognizing college student employees. Individuals requiring accommodations may contact Suzanne Brache, Administrative Coordinator at the Office of Career Services, by email at [email protected]
IC is recruiting for its phonathon team to ask for community donations
The college is recruiting positions for the Ithaca College Annual Fund Phonathon Team. Hired students would speak with alumni and parents to provide updates on upcoming events, college information, and to request their financial support on behalf of the college. Positions open for hiring are student callers, call monitors, office manager, office supervisor, and quality control coordinator. Anyone interested should check the college job database and search for the Phonathon application. For more information, students can contact Kelly Dukerich, phonathon alumnus and family engagement coordinator at the Office of Student Engagement, via her email at [email protected]