Are you a current SUNY Broome student? Apply now for a Second Chance Scholarship through the BCC Foundation!
Visit www.sunybroome.edu/scholarshipsonline to apply. The deadline is November 26.
Questions? Visit the BCC Foundation office in Darwin R. Wales Center Room 201 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let another employee know how much you appreciate them by making a donation in honor of them. Stinger will deliver a small gift to honored employee throughout the month of November on Thankful Thursdays!
Learn more at: www.sunybroome.edu/fsgivingevents
The 2019 Art and Design Student Art Exhibition is currently on view in The Gallery @ SUNY Broome through Dec. 16, 2019.
The exhibit includes work created within ART 106: Three-Dimensional Design, ART 115: Beginning Drawing, ART 116: Painting 1 and ART 125: Introduction to Computer Graphics. These Art and Design courses are part of the Visual Communication Arts associate in science degree program, which prepares students for further study in careers such as architecture, animation, fashion design, game design, graphic design, industrial design, medical illustration and other occupations that involve visual communication.
The campus and local community is invited to view the exhibit during library hours, which are Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.., Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 3 to 7 p.m. The gallery is located on the first floor of the campus library. Visitor parking is located in front of the Darwin R. Wales Center.
Medical Assisting students are asking you to join them in their effort to help stop hunger on our SUNY Broome campus! Every SUNY Broome student should have a Thanksgiving dinner.
Through Nov. 22, they will be collecting holiday and other food items to stock the Food for Thought Pantry, which supports SUNY Broome students.
Thanksgiving items: Boxed stuffing, instant potatoes, macaroni & cheese, canned yams, fruits, vegetables, gravy, cranberry sauce, biscuit/muffin mixes, canned/boxed desserts, store gift cards to purchase turkey/ham/entree
Other Items: Canned meats (stews, chicken, tuna), soups, boxed dried food (pasta, rice, macaroni & cheese, cereals, instant meals), cookies, crackers, granola bars, peanut butter, jelly, cake mixes, instant pudding/jell-o, personal hygiene supplies, paper towels, napkins, and toilet paper
Look for collection bins in: Decker Health Science Office (217), Applied Technology, Titchener (210), Business (Main floor), and Wales (107).
Want to arrange for a pick up/drop off? Want to donate money/a gift card?
Please contact: Rebecca Scales Phone: 778-5258
For the past four years, the Broome Educators of Children Association (BECA) has partnered up with the Family Enrichment Network (FEN) and their “Adopt-a-Family” initiative. This year, BECA has chosen another large family to sponsor and is looking forward to filling their holiday wants and needs. BECA pledges a large gift each year through their hard work and fundraising items like bikes, comforter sets or special wants for each child.
The BECA officers have created a beautiful display in our education classroom in T-204. Thanks to the kindness of our gracious students and staff of the Teacher Education/Early Childhood department and departments and people throughout SUNY Broome, we are able to make this family’s holiday shine brighter.
Please feel free to come in and take the special “tags” for this year’s family of five (four boys, ages: 13, 11, 2 and 3 months and a girl who is age 8 and/or their caregivers) and support this amazing annual tradition of giving.
If you would like to stop by TH 204 and take a tag, they will be ready by this week’s Common Hour workshop (Nov. 14) or you can reach out to the BECA Advisor, Christine Webb, at ext. 5160 or email@example.com. Thank you for your consideration, kindness and community spirit of giving!
Any gifts need to be returned to T204 by Dec. 5 for delivery to the family!
Toastmasters International can help you:
• Communicate with confidence
• Become a better speaker and presenter
• Listen effectively
• Develop your leadership skills
• Help others to reach their goals
You’re invited to visit any of our meetings at 3 p.m. Fridays in Wales 203B.
For the complete meeting schedule and more information, please visit http://speakersofthehouse.toastmastersclubs.org/
or find us on Facebook or in The Swarm: Speakers of the House.
Join the KIND Club on Monday, Nov. 18, for “One Lifetime, Many Careers!”
Carol Schneider, a certified medical massage practitioner, licensed massage therapist and Reiki master who works with VA clients, will be speaking from 12 to 12:45 and again from 1 to 1:45 p.m. Nov. 18 in SS-205. Refreshments will be served.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The KIND club will meet on every Monday at 1 p.m. in SS 202.
We are a service club focused on doing small acts of kindness and raising the consciousness of others to also perform acts of kindness. We believe in the inherent generosity of others and aim to ignite that spirit of service. Through our small, collective acts, we hope to transform ourselves and others. New members and ideas welcome!