Welcome back, students! The holidays are over, but the fun continues at Seminole State. With clubs, sports, workshops and more, there are many ways to get involved and plan for success this spring.
Have you always wanted to be on TV? We’re looking for students to represent Seminole State in our next TV commercials, on our billboards and in our other marketing initiatives. To be considered, stop by our open casting call on Thursday, Jan. 10 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the Partnership Center (UP-1205) on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus.
The process is simple. You don’t need to bring anything but a great personality and a warm smile. We’ll meet you and take your photo. You must be a currently enrolled Seminole State student to participate. Students will be selected after the casting call. We hope to see you there!
Join your peers at a Student Life Welcome Back/Club Recruitment party on your campus during the first week of class. Representatives from student clubs and organizations will be on hand to answer questions and show you how to get involved. So find an activity that interests you, and join the fun.
All Welcome Back events will be held from noon - 2 p.m. and include free food, music and activities.
Get in the game with intramural sports. League offerings this term include basketball, kickball and softball. You can also participate in table tennis challenge play Mondays-Fridays, and there will be open gym times for those who prefer more casual options. Visit the Intramural Sports website for details and a complete schedule of sports.
Student success is a top priority at Seminole State. That’s why Student Affairs offers numerous workshops to help you do your best in college and your future career.
Student Life is hosting workshops on servant leadership, diversity and careers this term as part of the Leadership Institute. The Foundation Scholars Program’s student success workshops focus on everything from support systems and communication to financial aid and budgeting. Plus, the Career Development Center offers resume reviews and online seminars.
Best of all, these workshops are free for Seminole State students! So, find a workshop that fits your schedule and plan to prosper in 2013.
For more information about what there is to see and do at Seminole State, check out the Student Life Office’s Spring 2013 Guide.
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