Move to PROSPER (MTP), an initiative of Ohio State and community partners, is seeking volunteers, interns and mentors. This three-year program combines temporary rental support and comprehensive life coaching to facilitate the rental of apartments in high-opportunity communities by women working low-wage jobs who have children ages 13 and under, with at least one in school. Families are moving this summer to their new homes. Volunteers and/or interns are needed to assist in the growing of the initiative. Also, people who live in Dublin, Hilliard and Gahanna are needed by our partner organization, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio, to mentor the school-aged children. Visit their website to learn more or contact Info@movertoprosper.org
Calling all faculty and staff! You are invited to be a part of game day at Ohio Stadium! Our successful volunteer Stadium Ambassador program is expanding, and we are looking for energetic faculty and staff to join us. Ambassadors are paired up and assigned a specific area outside or inside the stadium — roaming around and assisting with the needs of our guests. At the end of the first or second quarter, ambassadors receive a game ticket to watch the rest of the game. Training and free parking are included. Learn more at our info sessions. More information available here. Contact derr.51
Staff have an opportunity to further their growth and development through the Staff Career Development Grant. New this year, the available funding for individuals and groups has increased to $1,250 for individuals, $1,750 for groups of 2-10 and $2,000 for groups of 11 or more, and the funds can be used for professional development, education or training costs related to job and/or career goals. Applications are being accepted until Tuesday (7/31). Visit Gateway to Learning for more information, or contact email@example.com
Also available is the Staff Manager Development Grant, which is available year round. Click here for more information!
The senior vice president for student life appoints 15 faculty and staff members to the University Conduct Board (UCB), which hears allegations of non-academic violations of the Code of Student Conduct. By providing students with a fair hearing, UCB members perform a valuable service by upholding the university’s standards in a manner that demonstrates both civility and care for the entire university community. Faculty and staff seeking to serve on the UCB should discuss the opportunity with their department chair or supervisor and complete the application before Friday (7/13). Contact reeb.47 with any questions.
The Women’s Place is accepting applications for the 2018-19 Staff Leadership Series (SLS), a 12-month, experiential leadership initiative. With the goal of “expanding opportunities for women’s growth, leadership, and power at the university” informing its efforts, SLS workshops and gatherings are highly participatory, enhance leadership capacity, and facilitate skills development. Applications, including two letters of recommendation, are due Friday (6/29) by 4:59 p.m. Visit The Women’s Place website for more information, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please check your email for registration information for this year’s event! Registration will close on May 9, 2018. If you have any questions, please contact Marissa Cirker.2
Mid-level managers are invited to attend a social hour with the Manage Up Committee and your colleagues in ESUE!
Please join the Manage Up Committee for a light breakfast and a coffee/beverage bar on Wednesday, March 14, from 8-9 am in SAS 285/289.
Please register by March 12 using the link in the email invitation.
This year, we’re excited to include our colleagues in Undergraduate Education, so all staff in Enrollment Services and Undergraduate Education are welcome! The event will be held on Wednesday, May 16th, from 7:30 am – 12 PM in Schoenbaum Hall, with the tentative schedule below:
- 7:30-8 am: Continental Breakfast and Registration
- 8-8:15 am: Welcome
- 8:15-9 am: Opening Speaker
- 9:10-10 am: Concurrent Sessions A
- 10:10-11 am: Concurrent Sessions B
- 11:10 – 12 pm: Concurrent Sessions C
Please check your email for the Save the Date and complete the included survey by February 28 so that we can make the day more valuable to you! We look forward to seeing you there!
This is a community leadership opportunity – please follow the link at the bottom for more information.
For the Future of Our City, For the City of Our Future.
Early Application Due Date: February 16 (Discounted Tuition)
Application Due Date: March 29
The Leadership Columbus Signature Program is a unique combination of relationship-building, learning, problem-solving, civic engagement and personal growth. It is a ten month experience designed to give participants the tools they need to become active and influential leaders in the community.
USAC will begin accepting new member applications for the 2018-2021 term on February 1 through February 28, 2018. Join USAC leadership at one of the open information sessions about the committee that will be held at various locations across the Columbus campus:
- Tuesday, January 30, from 12-1 pm at 660 Ackerman Rd, Room 266-D
- Wednesday, January 31, from 12-1 pm at Graves Hall, Room 1195
- Thursday, February 1, from 12-1 pm at Bricker Hall, Room 385
- Friday, February 2, from 3-4 pm at Gerlach Hall, Room 265
Additional information on USAC’s new member process can also be found on https://usac.osu.edu/apply/
Should you have any questions, please contact Tom Gessells (USAC chair-elect) at gessells.2.