– Student Success Day Session Schedule

8:30-9:20

 

Transferring to a Four-Year School

Room: C245

Presented by: Pam Lahti – Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions at St. Scholastica and Brittney Kemi – Admissions Counselor at University of Wisconsin Superior

Admissions reps from CSS and UWS will talk about the transfer process, what to look for, tips, scholarships, and more.

 

Animal Allies: Enrichment for People and Pets!

Room: S253

Presented by: Nicole Facciotto

This session will inform students on the opportunities and benefits of working with shelter animals and educate on all the ways they can get involved– volunteering, internships, and paid positions. Shelter animals will make an appearance!

 

Student Satisfaction Inventory – Drop in Session!

Room: S170

Presented by: Denise Mills-Lemire, Research Analyst

This online survey offers you the opportunity to report how satisfied you are with LSC and the services it provides. LSC administrators carefully review the results. You can stop by at any time between 8:30 and 3:20 to complete this 15-20 minute survey.

 

How to Determine Fact from Crap in the Fitness/Nutrition Industry

Room: S285

Presented by: Ringo Kienitz-ISSA Certified Personal Trainer, ISSA Certified Nutrition Specialist and Anytime Fitness Club Manager

Diet and exercise can be so confusing! There is so much information on what works and what won’t. How do you know how to exercise and what to eat?  I will help guide you though all the misinformation and answer all confusing questions!

 

Accounting/Bookkeeping Advising Session – Drop in Session!

Room: L258

Presented by: Lori Yecoshenko and Jeri Brysch

For current and future Accounting and Bookkeeping students, come get advising advice or just come to meet your Instructors.  Bring a copy of your DARS report if you would like help with advising for next year.

 

Resume Writing for People Who Hate Resume Writing – 1 hour, 50 min session

Room: C243

Presented by: Kelli Hallsten Erickson

You need a resume, but you a) don’t know how to make it happen or a) are procrastinating on doing it. Worry not! Now is the time to make the resume magic happen. The plan for this two-hour block is for you to leave with a strong start to a resume and an understanding of what you need to do to finish it off and get that job.

 

 

20-minute Potter’s Wheel Lesson – Runs every 20 minutes!

Room: A150 (Art Building)

Presented by: Dorian Beaulieu

Participants will receive a 20-minute lesson on how to make a clay vessel using the potter’s wheel. This fun hands on activity will introduce individuals to the basics of forming clay into dynamic ceramic form. As a result of receiving the lesson all participants will know the fundamentals involved with throwing on the potter’s wheel. Sessions run every 20 minutes starting at 8 AM.

 

 

Dealing with Anxiety (and Depression, and Other Mental Illnesses) as a College Student

Room: L205

Presented by: John R. Wilcox

Using my own experiences, I would like to talk to students about how best to approach dealing with anxiety and depression as a college student.

 

 

Ready to Graduate? – Drop in Session!

Room: S270

Presented by: Kristin Randall and Jessie Anderson

Congratulations! You are ready to graduate from LSC. Have you applied to graduate? Have you completed exit counseling for financial aid? Stop in and we will help you through this process. Records office and financial aid staff will be available during this open lab.

 

Automotive Vehicle Safety and Operational Inspection

Room: T200

Presented by: Automotive Management II students

Come and be an active participant in the safety and operational inspection, as applied to automobiles and light duty trucks.  Participants will work side by side with the student representatives as they perform an actual vehicle safety and operational inspection. Students, faculty, and staff are welcome! Safety glasses will be provided to all participants.

 

  

9:30-10:20

Transferring to a Four-Year School

Room: C245

Presented by: Pam Lahti – Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions at St. Scholastica

Brittney Kemi – Admissions Counselor at University of Wisconsin Superior

Admissions reps from CSS and UWS will talk about the transfer process, what to look for, tips, scholarships, and more.

 

The Balance Sheet Does Not “Balance”

Room: L222

Presented by: Bill Whiteside, CPA – Assurance Senior Manager at RSM US LLP; Chad Stigsell, CPA – Manager at RSM US LLP

In Accounting, the Balance Sheet must balance. Right now, they are not in balance in the employment world. Currently the demand far outweighs the supply. Come learn about the opportunities in accounting.

 

A Painting Workshop: Create a tile to join the Active Minds Mural – 1 hour, 50 min session

Room: C209

Presented by: Roxanne Frederick, Student Life Health Services Coordinator; Peter Spooner, Art Department Faculty; Active Minds student group

Participants will be able to express their own experience around mental health through painting while learning about Active Minds efforts at LSC.  No art experience is expected, just bring an open mind! This unique project brings together mental health awareness and supports efforts with creative expression. The Disability Mural Project, a version of which was created in Duluth, serves as a model.  All are welcome!

Participants may be individuals who have any form of mental, intellectual or emotional struggle, or a caregiver, loved one or family member of someone else. After the workshops, the tiles will be exhibited together in quilt fashion, to reflect the strength, diversity, and experience of those who made them.

 

Northwoods Women in Science (NWIS) Career Panel

Room: C268

Presented by: Panelists employed by the MN DNR, UMN Medical School, MN Pollution Control Agency, Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, UMN Pharmacy School

Ever wonder if a career in science is right for you? Do you enjoy STEM but aren’t sure what jobs are out there? Want to hear from successful scientists about career choices, a life in science, and creating more equitable STEM? We’ve got answers!

Join NWIS as we answer your questions, share our stories, and provide an up-close look at a career in science.

Panelists backgrounds include: toxicology, government land/resource management, botany, invasive species management, K-12 science education, health science, chemistry, pharmacology, zoology, genetics.. and much more!!

All gender identities are welcome to participate.

 

Come Travel with Us: Dominican Republic Service Learning Trip

Room: H305

Presented by: Sue Shelerud and Karlin Krebs

Attend this session to learn about the service learning opportunity to the Dominican Republic offered each May. This trip is ideal to for ANY student that is interested in exploring another culture, learning about their health care system, providing service and having the experience of a lifetime! A student panel will share their perspectives from going on this trip!  Please join us!

 

Student Satisfaction Inventory – Drop in Session!

Room: S170

Presented by: Denise Mills-Lemire, Research Analyst

This online survey offers you the opportunity to report how satisfied you are with LSC and the services it provides. LSC administrators carefully review the results.  You can stop by at any time between 8:30 and 3:20 to complete this 15-20 minute survey.

 

Making Success Happen

Room: S253

Presented by: Vinod Gupta, CFP and Mountaineer

“Success” doesn’t just happen; it’s a valuable skill that can be learned. During this interactive session, you’ll learn what you’re most passionate about and how that passion can drive you to work hard for your goals. We all want to be successful, and there are concrete steps you can take NOW to get there. Come to this session and learn how.

 

PTK 101

Room: L222

Presented by: Deanna G Keller, LPN, CTT, B.A., PTK Advisor

Just what is Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)? Explore the benefits of accepting membership in the largest honors society for 2-year colleges. What can membership do for you beyond your college years? Presentation is open to all students—not only members.

 

Your Finances, Your Goals!

Room: S205

Presented by: Becky Hagen Jokela, University of Minnesota Extension Educator, Family Resiliency

 Explore money management skills to help you reach your financial goals!  Learn about values, needs and wants, goals and decision making; Spending and saving plans; Tracking spending; Credit overview; and more!

 

The Best Kept Secret at Lake Superior College – TRIO Student Support Services (SSS)

Room: L261

Presented by: Alicia Musselman and Jessica Bortolus, TRIO SSS Advisors

Come and learn how TRIO SSS supports students’ success at LSC! We will explain our services, how LSC students qualify to participate, and what TRIO SSS students say about the Best Kept Secret at Lake Superior College. (Applications will be Accepted)

 

Accounting/Bookkeeping Advising Session – Drop in Session!

Room: L258

Presented by: Lori Yecoshenko and Jeri Brysch

For current and future Accounting and Bookkeeping students, come get advising advice or just come to meet your Instructors.  Bring a copy of your DARS report if you would like help with advising for next year.

 

Turn Your Learning Inside Out

Room: T140

Presented by: Theresa Leopold, Sociology Instructor

Come sample one of LSC’s most unique learning opportunities, The Inside Out Prison Exchange Program. Inmates from the Federal Prison Camp in Duluth will join us for a mini-version of our semester-long course that’s held at FPC Duluth. We will do fun interactive activities, collaborate in groups to come up with solutions to problems, and have fun while we’re learning. See what it’s like to turn your learning inside out!

 

20-minute Potter’s Wheel Lesson – Runs every 20 minutes!

Room: A150 (Art Building)

Presented by: Dorian Beaulieu

Participants will receive a 20-minute lesson on how to make a clay vessel using the potter’s wheel. This fun hands on activity will introduce individuals to the basics of forming clay into dynamic ceramic form. As a result of receiving the lesson all participants will know the fundamentals involved with throwing on the potter’s wheel. Sessions run every 20 minutes starting at 8 AM.

 

Traffic Safety Trivia

Room: C241

Presented by: Holly Kostrzewski, Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths Director, northeast region; Lt. Pete Goman, Minnesota State Patrol

Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths has reduced deaths on Minnesota roads by 42% in less than 20 years. Speed, impairment, distraction and seatbelts cause many to be killed and seriously injured on our roadways. Ask traffic safety experts your burning traffic safety questions, learn about strategies that have made our roads safer in a fun and interactive session. Prize will be given!

 

Creating Caring Communities for Mental Illness

Room: S285

Presented by: Cindy Storm, Former NAMI Board Member and LaReesa Sandretsky, Coordinator of Northland Healthy Minds, hosted by Marie Carter Brooks, LSC Counselor

Learn about mental illnesses, the impact of negative attitudes and five things each of us can do to make Minnesota a better place for people who experience a mental illness. Helpful hints on how to talk about mental illness will be provided.

 

Automotive Vehicle Safety and Operational Inspection

Room: T200

Presented by: Automotive Management II students

Come and be an active participant in the safety and operational inspection, as applied to automobiles and light duty trucks.  Participants will work side by side with the student representatives as they perform an actual vehicle safety and operational inspection. Students, faculty, and staff are welcome! Safety glasses will be provided to all participants.

 

IT Professional Panel

Room: T170

Presented by: Vickie McLain, CIS Faculty

A panel of IT professionals from the local area will describe their job duties, careers, and best practices. They will also give participants information about skills that are needed to be successful in the current industry. Participants will have the opportunity to ask panelists questions about their jobs.

 

The Science of Women in Horror

Room: C290

Presented by: Kelly Florence, Communication Instructor

Women have been an integral part of the genre of horror since its inception. Come learn more about the women who invented horror, how women have been portrayed in the past, and how they are shaping the future.

 

Creating a Research Question

Room: L185

Presented by: Stephanie Warden

Writing papers can be hard, but even more so when you have a question that is too broad, too narrow, or too vague. In this session, we’ll look at how to formulate a question that is just right for your purposes.

 

The American Red Cross: Helping Others and Building Leadership Skills

Room: H350

Presented by: American Red Cross, hosted by June McLachlan

This session will include an overview of the many services offered by the American Red Cross locally, statewide, nationally and internationally. It will include a description of the many fascinating and challenging opportunities for volunteering to help others while developing one’s own leadership skills.

 

Ready to Graduate? – Drop in Session!

Room: S270

Presented by: Kristin Randall and Jessie Anderson

Congratulations! You are ready to graduate from LSC. Have you applied to graduate? Have you completed exit counseling for financial aid? Stop in and we will help you through this process. Records office and financial aid staff will be available during this open lab.

 

University Transfer Questions and Answers

Room: S260

Presented by: Sheila Boyat, Robyn Rohweder, Shannan Ellis & Glenn Merrick

Have your questions about transferring to a University answered. Presenters will introduce things to consider in planning and decision making that will allow you to make the most out of your experience at Lake Superior College as you prepare to choose a university or college to transfer to in pursuit of a major in a bachelor’s degree program.

10:30-11:20

 

Creating a Path to Financial Success

Room: C245

Presented by: Anna Nelson – Membership Development Coordinator at Members Cooperative Credit Union

In this presentation, Anna covers the basics of finance and managing your money. We will touch base on how to budget, manage credit scores, debt and more. Anna will provide tips and tricks to help you make a plan for your money to set yourself up for success.

 

Regenerative Agriculture and Restorative Food Systems: Building a Better Future Through Regional Food Systems

Room: T236

Presented by: Randel Hanson and Michael Mageau

Food and agriculture are central to our personal, social and ecological lives. Our current industrial system adds significantly to the intertwined social, health and planetary crises; but regenerative approaches can create greater equity and sustainability in the 21st century. This discussion will explore place-based regional food and agriculture as a transformative practice for people and planet and how the Eco-Entrepreneurship Program is building a platform for advancing this important work at Lake Superior College.

 

Snowshoeing:  A winter hike

Room: Meet in the Atrium

Presented by: Steve Dalager

Let’s go.  We’ll use LSC’s HPER. Department snowshoes (no experience required), or bring your own if you have ‘em.  We’ll follow a deer trail.  We’ll trudge between the sheer walls of Miller Creek Canyon.  We’ll rest at Council Rock.  We’ll look in on a sleeping bear.  It’ll be good fun.  It’ll be something you can tell your grandkids about.

 

Nursing Preceptorship Options

Room: H305

Presented by: Sue Shelerud and Joel Krochalk

Nursing Students! Come learn about the opportunities and advantages of doing a preceptorship in wide variety of hospital and community-based options to gain “real world” experience and help land your dream job!  Nursing students that have done this experience will provide their insights as to the value of doing this elective!

 

Exercising Radical Happiness

Room: S253

Presented by: Vinod Gupta, CFP and Mountaineer

What is happiness? What is it for YOU? In this interactive session, you’ll learn what makes you most happy and how to exercise that happiness every day. Happy people are fun to work with, get faster promotions, make more money, and live healthier lives. Need more happiness in your life? Today’s the day to start!

 

Victim/Survivor Rights Following a Sexual Assault

Room: L222

Presented by: Carly Hiti (Outreach Advocate) and Sam Madsen (SAKI Victim Advocate)

You will learn the basics of sexual violence, how victim-survivors can report to the hospital and law enforcement, and the rights that are entitled to them by the State of Minnesota. This session is great for students with a focus on victim-services, human services, law enforcement or corrections, and medical disciplines. Facilitated by the Program for Aid to Victims of Sexual Assault (PAVSA).

 

Culture Crossing

Room H310

Presented by: International Students

Come join our culturally diverse students where they will share information about their countries, and  cultures through games, interpretative videos and conversation. Come join our session and meet our Native American students and international students from around the world. You will gain insight about countries, cultures and possibly learn a few words in another language.

 

Winning the Big Ones

Room: H395

Presented by: Deanna G Keller, LPN, CTT, B.A., PTK Advisor

What are general scholarship applications looking for? Learn strategies needed in order to make your scholarship applications stand out. Presented by PTK Advisor Deanna G. Keller – 2015 PTK Guistwhite Scholar, 2015 Jack Kent Cooke Scholar, and 2018 Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Scholar.

 

Turn Your Learning Inside Out

Room: T140

Presented by: Theresa Leopold, Sociology Instructor

Come sample one of LSC’s most unique learning opportunities: The Inside Out Prison Exchange Program. Inmates from the Federal Prison Camp in Duluth will join us for a mini-version of our semester-long course that’s held at FPC Duluth. We will do fun interactive activities, collaborate in groups to come up with solutions to problems, and have fun while we’re learning. See what it’s like to turn your learning inside out!

 

Education Abroad: Travel to France and Italy

Room: C243

Presented by: Gretchen Flaherty, English faculty, and Paul Richgruber, History faculty

Educational travel offers avenues for personal growth and career opportunity—it can be part of an education for life. Learn to swim in a global sea—visit France and Italy with LSC in May 2020.

 

Grocery Bingo with Insure Duluth

Room: L205

Presented by: Rose Ingebrigsten and Al Baumgarten-Levielle, navigators with the Insure Duluth Coalition

Learn about health insurance and MNsure by playing bingo! Winners will go home with groceries.  All will go home knowing more about how to get insured, and use health insurance.  This game will be hosted by two MNsure navigators, who can answer your questions about health insurance.

 

Business Professionals of America Student Organization Meeting

Room: L258

Hosted by: Lori Yecoshenko

Informational meeting for Professional Leadership Conference and State Leadership Competition.

 

Surviving Anatomy and Physiology

Room: C290

Presented by: Brian Bich, Biology Instructor

Presenter will provide students with advice on how to succeed in Human Anatomy and Physiology.  Topics covered will include:  advice on time management, studying for exams, getting off to a good start, and how to use available resources.

 

20-minute Potter’s Wheel Lesson – Runs every 20 minutes!

Room: A150 (Art Building)

Presented by: Dorian Beaulieu

Participants will receive a 20-minute lesson on how to make a clay vessel using the potter’s wheel. This fun hands on activity will introduce individuals to the basics of forming clay into dynamic ceramic form. As a result of receiving the lesson all participants will know the fundamentals involved with throwing on the potter’s wheel. Sessions run every 20 minutes starting at 8 AM.

 

Understanding Narcissistic Personality Disorder: Subtypes, Behavioral Patterns, Interpersonal Relations

Room: T247

Presented by: Amanda Delich, Psychology Instructor

Learn how narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) differs from the more generalized term, narcissism. Understand how some professionals characterize subtypes of NPD, how to identify behavioral patterns of people with the disorder, and how to manage expectations with interpersonal relations. Identify resources of leading practitioners and researchers on NPD.

 

Traffic Safety Trivia

Room: C241

Presented by: Holly Kostrzewski, Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths Director, northeast region; Lt. Pete Goman, Minnesota State Patrol

Minnesota Toward Zero Deaths has reduced deaths on Minnesota roads by 42% in less than 20 years. Speed, impairment, distraction and seatbelts cause many to be killed and seriously injured on our roadways. Ask traffic safety experts your burning traffic safety questions, learn about strategies that have made our roads safer in a fun and interactive session. Prizes will be given!

 

Creating Caring Communities for Mental Illness

Room: S285

Presented by: Cindy Storm, Former NAMI Board Member and LaReesa Sandretsky, Coordinator of Northland Healthy Minds, hosted by Marie Carter Brooks, LSC Counselor

Learn about mental illnesses, the impact of negative attitudes and five things each of us can do to make Minnesota a better place for people who experience a mental illness. Helpful hints on how to talk about mental illness will be provided.

 

Careers in Biological Sciences

Room: H350

Presented by: Terrence Wilcox

The area of biological sciences offers many, many job/career opportunities that students may not think of as open to them.  We will first present the myriad possibilities followed by a question/answer session responding to student interest. We will also discussion the Biology Transfer Pathway through Minnstate Universities.

 

Automotive Vehicle Safety and Operational Inspection

Room: T200

Presented by: Automotive Management II students

Come and be an active participant in the safety and operational inspection, as applied to automobiles and light duty trucks. Participants will work side by side with the student representatives as they perform an actual vehicle safety and operational inspection. Students, faculty, and staff are welcome! Safety glasses will be provided to all participants.

 

Student Satisfaction Inventory – Drop in Session!

Room: S170

Presented by: Denise Mills-Lemire, Research Analyst

This online survey offers you the opportunity to report how satisfied you are with LSC and the services it provides. LSC administrators carefully review the results.  You can stop by at any time between 8:30 and 3:20 to complete this 15-20 minute survey.

1:30-2:20

 

Creating a Path to Financial Success

Room: C245

Presented by: Anna Nelson – Membership Development Coordinator at Members Cooperative Credit Union

In this presentation, Anna covers the basics of finance and managing your money. We will touch base on how to budget, manage credit scores, debt and more. Anna will provide tips and tricks to help you make a plan for your money to set yourself up for success.

 

Animal Allies: Enrichment for People and Pets!

Room: S253

Presented by: Nicole Facciotto

This session will inform students on the opportunities and benefits of working with shelter animals and educate on all the ways they can get involved– volunteering, internships, and paid positions. Shelter animals will make an appearance!

 

A Painting Workshop: Create a tile to join the Active Minds Mural – 1 hour, 50 min session

Room: C209

Presented by: Roxanne Frederick, Student Life Health Services Coordinator; Peter Spooner, Art Department Faculty; Active Minds student group

Participants will be able to express their own experience around mental health through painting while learning about Active Minds efforts at LSC.  No art experience is expected, just bring an open mind! This unique project brings together mental health awareness and supports efforts with creative expression. The Disability Mural Project, a version of which was created in Duluth, serves as a model.  All are welcome!

Participants may be individuals who have any form of mental, intellectual or emotional struggle, or a caregiver, loved one or family member of someone else. After the workshops, the tiles will be exhibited together in quilt fashion, to reflect the strength, diversity, and experience of those who made them.

 

Ping Pong Tournament

Room: Meet in the Atrium

Hosted by: Steve Dalager, Paul Richgruber, Bryan Stark, Nathan Bronk

Let’s play some Ping Pong!  Students, staff, and faculty are invited to participate.  A tournament bracket will be created from whoever signs up prior to the start time.  Players will be matched by skill level (beginners welcome!).  Preliminary games will be played to eleven.  Semi-final and Final games played to traditional twenty-one.  Winner will be awarded the honor of LSC Grand Champion and be encouraged to try out for the Olympics!

 

PTK 101

Room: L222

Presented by: Deanna G Keller, LPN, CTT, B.A., PTK Advisor

Just what is Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)? Explore the benefits of accepting membership in the largest honors society for 2-year colleges. What can membership do for you beyond your college years? Presentation is open to all students—not only members.

 

Dual Acceptance Program between LSC and MSUM

Room: H350

Presented by: Dr. Rebecca Rudel, Professor, Online RN-BSN Program and Audrey Cloe Messner, Assistant Director of Transfer Admission, Minnesota State University, Moorhead

ALL LSC NURSING STUDENTS!  MSU-Moorhead and Lake Superior (LSC) have collaborated to create an exciting opportunity for LSC AD-RN students to be dually accepted to MSU-Moorhead’s RN-BSN program!  Come hear details about the advantages and excitement if you envision your baccalaureate in nursing (BSN) one day, sooner, or later.  There will be ample time for questions/answers.

 

Student Satisfaction Inventory – Drop in Session!

Room: S170

Presented by: Denise Mills-Lemire, Research Analyst

This online survey offers you the opportunity to report how satisfied you are with LSC and the services it provides. LSC administrators carefully review the results.  You can stop by at any time between 8:30 and 3:20 to complete this 15-20 minute survey.

 

LSC Student Success Initiative Open Forum

Room: C290

Presented by: LaNita Robinson- Coordinator of the Student Success Team

Please come and share your ideas and thoughts to impact and increase student success at LSC. We want to hear from everyone!

 

Getting Started with Sous Vide

Room: L185

Presented by: Stephanie Warden

Sous vide, or “under vacuum” is a delicious way to prepare meats or vegetables. In this method of cooking, you vacuum seal what you wish to eat into a plastic bag then submerge it in water with an immersion heater. We’ll learn the basics and sample some simple recipes.

 

The Web of Life, Wildculturing, and Reimagining Indigenous Edible Landscapes

Room: L222

Presented by: Chad Johnson and the Power Plants

When even good intentioned agriculture results in continuous destruction by exerting its dominance, ego, or ignorance over nature, there’s a much more simple, beautiful, and healing way. There’s no better time to imagine tapping into nature’s abundance while feeding the web of life. Scalable from a postage stamp to entire regions.

 

Automotive Vehicle Safety and Operational Inspection

Room: T200

Presented by: Automotive Management II students

Come and be an active participant in the safety and operational inspection, as applied to automobiles and light duty trucks.  Participants will work side by side with the student representatives as they perform an actual vehicle safety and operational inspection. Students, faculty, and staff are welcome! Safety glasses will be provided to all participants.

 

 

University Transfer Questions and Answers

Room: S260

Presented by: Sheila Boyat, Robyn Rohweder, Shannan Ellis & Glenn Merrick

Have your questions about transferring to a University answered. Presenters will introduce things to consider in planning and decision making that will allow you to make the most out of your experience at Lake Superior College as you prepare to choose a university or college to transfer to in pursuit of a major in a bachelor’s degree program.

2:30-3:20

 

Creating a Path to Financial Success

Room: C245

Presented by: Anna Nelson – Membership Development Coordinator at Members Cooperative Credit Union

In this presentation, Anna covers the basics of finance and managing your money. We will touch base on how to budget, manage credit scores, debt and more. Anna will provide tips and tricks to help you make a plan for your money to set yourself up for success.

 

Animal Allies: Enrichment for People and Pets!

Room: S253

Presented by: Nicole Facciotto

This session will inform students on the opportunities and benefits of working with shelter animals and educate on all the ways they can get involved– volunteering, internships, and paid positions. Shelter animals will make an appearance!

 

Dual Acceptance Program between LSC and MSUM

Room: H350

Presented by: Dr. Rebecca Rudel, Professor, Online RN-BSN Program and Audrey Cloe Messner, Assistant Director of Transfer Admission, Minnesota State University, Moorhead

ALL LSC NURSING STUDENTS!  MSU-Moorhead and Lake Superior (LSC) have collaborated to create an exciting opportunity for LSC AD-RN students to be dually accepted to MSU-Moorhead’s RN-BSN program!  Come hear details about the advantages and excitement if you envision your baccalaureate in nursing (BSN) one day, sooner, or later.  There will be ample time for questions/answers.

 

Automotive Vehicle Safety and Operational Inspection

Room: T200

Presented by: Automotive Management II students

Come and be an active participant in the safety and operational inspection, as applied to automobiles and light duty trucks.  Participants will work side by side with the student representatives as they perform an actual vehicle safety and operational inspection. Students, faculty, and staff are welcome! Safety glasses will be provided to all participants.

 

Student Satisfaction Inventory – Drop in Session!

Room: S170

Presented by: Denise Mills-Lemire, Research Analyst

This online survey offers you the opportunity to report how satisfied you are with LSC and the services it provides. LSC administrators carefully review the results.  You can stop by at any time between 8:30 and 3:20 to complete this 15-20 minute survey.

 

Career Pursuits

Room: S265

Presented by: Heidi Bagley

Are you at LSC for your ‘generals’ but not yet sure what you want to study toward a career? Or are you ‘undecided’ in your program/major and just enrolled because you think you should be? Come to this session to find out what your interests are, and what job fields might be a good fit for you. It’s the first step in finding your career direction! Follow up with one of LSC’s Career Counselors to further your career-finding journey. A world of interesting and satisfying careers await you!

 

Evaluating Sources

Room: L185

Presented by: Kate Rolfe and Stephanie Warden

In this session we’ll look at how to determine the credibility and usefulness of a resource using a variety of questions adapted from the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. Attendees will gain strategies to help them evaluate information sources for college and their everyday lives.

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