Applications Available for 2019-2020 Ruth G. Shaw Scholars Women’s Leadership Program

Applications are now available for the Ruth G. Shaw Women’s Leadership Program, a women’s leadership/mentorship program offered in partnership with the Central Piedmont Foundation and Student Life. This unique student program aims to:

  • Connect women students to one another and to a supportive network of community mentors
  • Inspire women students to assume positions of leadership and to celebrate their individual and collective achievements
  • Nurture female student leaders by encouraging and demonstrating critical thinking, intellectual curiosity, and problem-solving strategies
  • Foster a deeper awareness of the many roles women play and their contributions to society

The program is limited to 10-12 female students who will participate in sessions, both with RGS mentors and separately with scholars. Through monthly luncheons and guided conversations with community mentors, the Ruth G. Shaw Women’s Leadership Program offers:

  • Interaction with college leaders, faculty, staff, and alumnae
  • Personal and professional skill development
  • Hands-on leadership development
  • Recognition of achievement. As a culminating event and in collaboration with faculty, staff, and mentors, participants will plan and execute an annual spring capstone presentation about their experience in the program.

Applicants for the program must plan to be enrolled for the entirety of the 2019-2020 academic year. Questions? Contact Amanda Capobianchi or Anita McGill.

Applications are now available for students who are interested in this special experience and are due by Friday, April 26.

Andrea Vail’s “Bridging” Visits Central Piedmont March 15 – April 11

Bridging by Andea Vail

Andrea Vail, “Bridging,” 2019
CPCC student, faculty, and staff-sourced images, hand-made tassels, dye-sublimation print on microfiber
26″ x 900″
On view March 15 – May 2, 2019, Overcash Lobby

Artist Lecture: April 11, 12:30 p.m. in Overcash Building, Tate Hall, Second Floor
Opening Reception: April 11, 7- 8 p.m. Overcash Lobby

Andrea Vail is the featured visual artist for Sensoria 2019! Throughout Spring 2019, Vail facilitated “Bridging,” a multi-campus, collaborative, and large-scale fabric project culminating in its installation in the Overcash Lobby for Sensoria. “Bridging” is a tangible representation of Central Piedmont’s diverse community: coming from unique experiences, converging at Central Piedmont Community College, then venturing onward. Rooted in the intercultural and generational traditions of patterned textiles, this work, embellished with palm-sized tassels and printed with student-sourced imagery, is both inclusive of individual identities and realized as one unified fabric.

Thank you to Red Heart and Decor Print.

2019 Annual Juried Student Art Show

2019 Annual Juried Student Art Show2019 Juried art Show
On view March 27 – June 3, 2019, in Ross Gallery
Awards Ceremony: April 11, 5:30 p.m. in Overcash Building, Tate Hall, Second Floor
Reception: April 11, 7 p.m. in Overcash Lobby

Central Piedmont’s Visual Arts Department presents the 2019 Annual Juried Student Art Show representing artwork in all media, including painting, drawing, photography, screen printing, ceramics, sculpture, 2-D, and 3-D designs. Come check out the amazing artwork and student artists who have been inspired by the creativity learned from their Visual Arts instructors in their art classes here at Central Piedmont!

New Print Management System – Print Anywhere

Central Piedmont Information Technology Services has migrated the pay for print systems to a new system called Print Anywhere.  All student print quota balances were migrated over to the new system. For additional information about the new printing system, please visit our Print Anywhere website.  The website contains information on how to print and use the funding system.

If you have any questions, please contact the ITS help desk at 704.330.5000 or at helpdesk@cpcc.edu.

NC STEM Alliance Workshop

All Central Piedmont students are invited to attend this week’s workshop held by the NC Mock INterviewSTEM Alliance. The topic this week is: “Soft Skills and Interview Skills.” Come out and get interviewing experience with professionals in different STEM careers. Each professional will help with gaining appropriate skills to help you stand out in any interview. This workshop will be held on March 21, 2019, from 3:30-5 p.m., in Zeiss Building, Room 1100 on Central Campus. Hope to see you there!

 

Transfer Resource Center News

Transfer Tuesdays

Every Tuesday the Transfer Resource Center (TRC) hosts admissions representatives from four-year colleges and universities as they visit CPCC to talk with prospective transfer students. View the full calendar of Spring 2019 visits.

Transfer Tuesday Schedule – March 19th, 2019

Central Campus – Zeiss Lobby
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Montreat College
Warren Wilson College
Western Governors University

Central Campus
1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Southern Wesleyan University
Queens University of Charlotte

Levine Campus – Levine Main Lobby
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
UNC Charlotte
East Carolina University

Cato Campus – Cato I Lobby
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Lees-McRae College

Raise Your Hand! 

Do you have a question for your college president, Dr. Kandi Deitemeyer? Dialogues with Dr. D on Leadership at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, April 8 (the first weekday of Sensoria!) Dr. D with studentspresents a live opportunity for students in the Halton Theater to hear her interviewed by two Central Piedmont students and to ask her their own questions about her leadership journey. Come if you can!

However, if you can’t be there, please submit a question in advance for consideration.

All submissions will be shared with Dr. Deitemeyer, and some will be read and answered from the stage. Entries won’t be submitted anonymously; we want you to get credit for your great questions! And you can watch the event via live stream (streaming link coming soon).

Volunteer for (or Run in) the 2019 Skyline Run!

Does Spring Break season have you thinking about health and wellness? Sign up today to run in the Central Piedmont Skyline Run, taking place Mother’s Day weekend on Saturday, May 11, 2019. In addition to the 5K Run, the event includes a 5K Walk, 1-mile Family Fun Run and 5K Baby Jogger Championship. It’s fun for the whole family!

This year, we are placing a spotlight on all moms in our community and raising scholarship dollars to support our student mothers – women like Breona Pollard – who are seeking the education and career training opportunities they need to secure meaningful employment and a bright future for their families.

The registration fee for Central Piedmont students pay just $10, a savings of $15. Please support your Central Piedmont team by registering today.

Interested in volunteering? Sign up here or email jenn.marts@cpcc.edu. All volunteers receive four hours of PD credit and may register in LearnerWeb. For questions or more information on the event, email foundation@cpcc.edu or call 704.330.6869.

Breona Pollard

Join Us as Student Life Hosts its Own March Madness Basketball Tourney March 23

Join Central Piedmont Student Life for the 2019 March Madness Basketball tournament! Open to all currently enrolled Central Piedmont students from every campus!

  • Date: Saturday, March 23
  • Time: noon-5 p.m.
  • Where: Central Campus, Worrell Building, Gymnasium
  • What: 4-on-4 basketball tournament

The winning team will receive:

  • Championship T-shirts
  • $25 Visa gift card for each player
  • Team name on a plaque

Sign up at tinyurl.com/marchmadnesscpcc.

Create your teams by Thursday, March 21.

Contact Justin.knoll@cpcc.edu with any questions.

Join Student Life for a Visit to the Levine Museum on March 22

Join Student Life on March 22 at noon as we explore protesting, policing, and the historical context in which police-involved shootings occur through a structured program facilitated by a museum educator at the Levine Museum.

This small-group gathering is neither a debate nor a simple conversation, but rather an opportunity for individual and group learning as participants share ideas, assumptions, and experiences.

Interested students must email justin.knoll@cpcc.edu to reserve a space. Students will meet on Central Campus, in the Worrell Building on March 22 at noon, where the group will take the trolley to the Spectrum Center and walk to the Levine Museum.

We will return as a group, and students can expect to be back to Central Campus no later than 3 p.m. Any questions ask justin.knoll@cpcc.edu.

Online Application Process for Foundation Scholarships is Now Open!

The online application process for Foundation Scholarships is NOW OPEN. The Central Piedmont Community College Foundation offers 150+ scholarship opportunities with awards ranging from $500 to amounts covering full tuition, books, and fees. After completing a short application, you will have opened yourself to an opportunity to fund your education at Central Piedmont!

Instructions:

  • Go to https://cpcc.academicworks.com
  • Login with your CPCC username and password
  • Answer all questions on the General Application
  • Once all questions have been answered click Finish and Submit
  • Check out other Recommended scholarships you can apply for under Opportunities 

Deadlines:

  • Summer 2019 Scholarship Opportunities
    • Currently open
    • Closes April 15, 2019
  • 2019 – 2020 Academic Year Scholarship Opportunities
    • Currently open
    • Priority consideration closes May 15, 2019
    • Final consideration closes July 30, 2019
  • Fall 2019 Only Scholarship Opportunities
    • Currently open
    • Closes May 15, 2019
  •  Spring 2020 Only Scholarship Opportunities
    • Currently open
    • Closes September 30, 2019

Notification:
Applicants who are offered a scholarship by the Central Piedmont Foundation will be contacted via email. Students must complete ALL actions by the designated deadline date outlined in the offer letter.

 

Questions?

Contact Deziree’ Martin, scholarship coordinator, at deziree.martin@cpcc.edu.

 

 

Central Piedmont Dental Hygiene Program Yearbooks Digitized

Central Piedmont Archives works to preserve and provide access to the history of our institution. Together with the NC Digital Heritage Center, the latest batch of yearbooks from Mecklenburg College and the Central Piedmont Dental Hygiene Program have been uploaded to their website.

For more information on Central Piedmont archives, please contact Erin Allsop at erin.allsop@cpcc.edu.

The Career Fair is One Week Away!

It’s official!

We are one week away from the college’s largest recruiting event… THE CAREER FAIR!

This event is happening Thursday, March 7th in Worrell Gym from 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. and we want YOU to be ready for the employers as much as they are ready to meet you!

Career Services wants to remind you of 3 keys to making your Career Fair experience awesome:

Dress for Success – Your first impressions are everything, so dress in your very best to let employers know you are serious about your employment. Make sure your hair, nails, breath, and clothes are presentable.

Résumé – Have your professional résumé ready for employers to see your academic accomplishments and relevant work experiences. Employers are looking for a well-rounded student who can both contribute in a team environment and work independently.

Elevator Pitch – You have 30 to 45 seconds to prove to a recruiter that YOU ARE THE BEST FIT! How do you do this? Practice sharing your name, major, relevant experience, and what stands out about you!

Check out the trailer to see how this event will work and we will see you there next week!

Need additional help?

Connect with Career Services and elevate your career:

Drop-Ins for students needing quick job search help (resume, cover letter, interviewing, etc.):

Central Campus – Wednesdays, Central High 122, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Levine Campus – Tuesdays, Levine Student Success Desk, 2-4 p.m.

For an appointment, contact us at 704.330.6433 or career.services@cpcc.edu

Breathe and say something positive to yourself. You can do this!