Newsline, March 7, 2018
Looking for a spring fundraising or promotional opportunity? Cyclone Carnival is now recruiting organizations to be a part of their upcoming event on Saturday, April 14.
Cyclone Carnival is an expansion of Cyclone Market that will feature food vendors, carnival rides & games, interactive novelties, and activities hosted by student organizations. Student organizations may participate by hosting any of the following family-friendly activities:
Do you love to volunteer, help others, and better your community?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, then volunteering at CyServe Day is for you! CyServe Council will have shifts available from 9:00am-3:00pm on April 7. You can volunteer for only an hour or the whole day, it is totally up to you! Reiman Gardens, Overflow Thrift Store, and Project Linus are just some of the many wonderful organizations that you have the opportunity to work with! By signing up you will receive a FREE CyServe Day shirt! Encourage your student org members to sign up as well!
Click HERE to sign up!
What is a co-curricular transcript (CCT), you ask? A CCT is a record of your involvement, experiences and achievements as an ISU student. Having a CCT serves as a one stop shop for you to demonstrate skills and attributes to employers, graduate schools, scholarship selection committees, internship providers and more - giving you that competitive edge!
Your CCT can include: Campus involvement, community service, honors & awards, internships & study abroad, leadership experience, on-campus employment, publications, recreational activities, research, seminars & workshops, and student org involvement.
Learn more here.
The ISU Green Initiatives Fund Supports sustainability initiatives on campus that promote environmental, social, and economic sustainability. To download the application, click HERE.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. For more information, contact Lia Gomez, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you interested in partnering with an organization that provides students with fun and exciting late-night activities? Check out ISU AfterDark!
Upcoming dates: April 2
For each of these events, we need co-sponsors to host different activities for the AfterDark attendees. These activities have included trivia, dancing, crafts, carnival games and Henna tattoos. You can be as creative as you would like, and we will pay up to 100% of the cost of your supplies. Plus, this is great exposure to over 2,000 students and helpful in recruiting new members to your org! To co-sponsor an activity, please visit afterdark.iastate.edu and complete a Proposal Form.
Focus is an organization that fosters ISU students in the visual, literary and performing arts. Individuals or groups of students may apply for grant funding for creative projects done outside of the classroom. An exhibit of visual projects is displayed in the Memorial Union each spring, and performing and literary projects are highlighted at a public reception. Focus has been funding projects at Iowa State since 1972.
Individual students (undergraduate and graduate in any major) and student organizations are encouraged to apply for up to $600 in funding for projects to be displayed, performed, projected, or read.
If your club is looking to raise funds over the summer, ISU Dining is currently seeking student organizations to assist with dining shifts during the Odyssey of the Mind World Finals conference. Approximate dates of service would be Wednesday, May 23 - Saturday, May 26 or Sunday, May 27. More information about this fundraising opportunity can be found on ISU Dining's website. If interested, or if you have questions, contact Diane Schmidt at email@example.com.
The 2018 Student Organization Award categories include:
Outstanding Student Leader of the Year
Outstanding Commitment to Diversity
Outstanding Commitment to Service
Outstanding Event of the Year
Outstanding Student Organization Adviser of the Year
Visit the Student Activities website to view award criteria and submit your nominations. Nominations are due April 6, 2018 at 5:00pm.
The Student Activities Center is accepting applications for Student Office Space and Basement Storage for the 2018-2019 academic year.
In order to be eligible for space you must apply by Friday, March 9.
Space is limited. Please complete this form to request or renew space for your organization for the 2018-2019 school year. Along with the application, the process includes an in-person interview to further determine the space needs for each organization. Interview times will be scheduled after the application due date. At least one member of your organization will need to attend the interview in order to be eligible to receive space. Questions can be directed to Tim Reuter, the Student Organizations Resource Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resources and Opportunities for Officers
The Dean of Students Office (DSO) is thrilled to announce a new opportunity for students! The DSO Student Ambassador program is for students who are passionate about Iowa State and dedicated to share the vision of the Dean of Students Office. Students will share the vision through social media, classroom presentations, and university events. Ambassadors will tell their Cyclone story, assist with student’s success, and get paid while doing it!
Student Admissions Representatives (STARS) is a great volunteer opportunity, a way to share Cyclone pride, and a chance to gain valuable life skills! STARS give daily campus and residence hall tours to prospective students and their families during the school year. Along with daily visits, STARS also help with Experience Iowa State visit days and group visits. STARS commit around 8-10 hours per month to help with visits, but the position has a lot of flexibility as the Office of Admissions will work around your schedule!
Apply here between February 26 and March 9! Questions? Visit the STARS website or contact Lisa Friesth at email@example.com.
The Cyclone Health Ambassador Team (CHAT) is a new student organization that works with the four different departments of the Student Health and Wellness Unit to help build a culture of wellbeing on campus.
CHAT will partner with the Student Health and Wellness unit to help build a culture of health and well being on campus by conducting outreach on health and wellness resources, being key communicators of health and wellness, and serving in an advisory capacity to the Student Health and Wellness unit. To learn more about this opportunity, visit the Student Wellness website.
Applications due by March 7, 2018.