Each spring, the Office of Student Life takes a group of students for a weekend-long leadership training. The Student Leadership Conference provides an exceptional learning opportunity for student leaders who are involved in or are interested in a leadership role in any campus student organization. A powerful growth experience awaits you — are you ready?
The Leadership Conference is designed to:
- recruit quality student leaders for the upcoming academic year
- create camaraderie and teamwork among student leaders
- reduce cultural barriers among student leaders.
- give all participants an opportunity for personal growth and development
You can expect to be introduced to experiences to help you become more self-affirming, self-directed, open, and empathetic in your communication with others, and aware of strategies for planning and implementing campus activities.
The three-day training workshop will include mini-lectures, group activities, small group discussions and sharing, directed conversations, team-building activities, and informal interaction with fellow participants and faculty/staff facilitators.
Applications are available in any Student Life Office at any campus. A $20 refundable application fee applies. Deadline to apply is Friday, March 6.
Applications are being accepted for the 2019-2020 Student Ambassador Program. Applications must be completed in full and turned in by Monday, March 4, 2019, at noon.
For quick reference, program details are outlined here:
Information sessions are being held on the following dates:
Monday, February 11, 10 – 11 a.m. on Central Campus in Zeiss, Room 1106
Thursday, February 21, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. on Central Campus in Zeiss, Room 1112
What is Federal Work-Study? Federal Work-Study (FWS) provides part-time jobs for undergraduate and graduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to help pay education expenses. This program allows you to earn money, work around your school schedule, build your resume, and gain work experience all while attending school.
Applying For Positions: The process of finding a Federal Work-Study at Central Piedmont Community College begins with our online job listings:
- Click on “Careers at CPCC”: http://www.cpcc.edu/humanresources
- Click on “Career Opportunities – Full-Time and Part-Time Career Opportunities – http://www.cpcc.edu/humanresources/employment
- Go to “Search Jobs”
- Select from Drop Down: Classified, Part-Time, Campus [Where You Want to Work], Search
- Click on the position that you want to apply. If you are interested in multiple positions, please apply for each one.
- View the functions and job duties of the position. If interested in the position, click on
Apply Now at the top left-side of the page.
|If you meet all qualifications with the required skills, GPA, need, etc. and are selected for an interview, a FWS supervisor will contact you.
If you are recommended for a position:
The supervisor will notify the Financial Aid Office.
- An email will be sent to you providing links to New Hire Forms to be completed before you begin working.
- You will need to contact HR to schedule a New Hire appointment.
- You will need to meet with HR to submit your completed forms. Go to: http://www.cpcc.edu/humanresources/forms-for-new-employees
- Complete forms under “Part-Time” Employment Forms.”
- A background check will be conducted.
- You will be notified of your start date by the FWS supervisor.
- You will sign a FWS Authorization Form.
If you have any questions, please contact Jordan Dalto, the Federal Work-Study Program Coordinator, at 704.330.3944
TIPS FOR APPLYING IN PERSON
Before you leave home, make sure your appearance is appropriate. Personal grooming and the way you dress can matter more than a smart interview answer. You don’t need to be in a suit. Just make sure your hair and clothes are clean and neat. Be courteous and respectful to everyone you meet. Say please and thank you. Don’t slump or chew gum. Make eye contact and project self-confidence. Remember to turn off your cell phone. Show interest in the job and the College, and a willingness to learn.
A little experience can go a long way. Getting some type of work experience as early as possible makes you a stronger job candidate when you graduate from CPCC. Be on time, and do quality work.
Students, now is the time to apply for CPCC scholarships for the spring semester. The priority scholarship application deadline is Sept. 30 for most scholarships. To learn more, visit http://ow.ly/SFWpR.
CPCC offers hundreds of scholarship opportunities to students. If you need financial assistance to help pay for your college education, we just made our scholarship application easier. Now you can apply for all CPCC scholarships by completing a single application. Simply visit http://www.cpcc.edu/scholarships to view our new scholarship information or to fill out the online application and take your first steps toward making your CPCC education a reality.
CPCC students, there is a new way to search, view and apply for institutional scholarships at CPCC. Go to https://cpcc.academicworks.com/users/sign_in to submit one application for all CPCC Scholarships. CPCC students can use their CPCC Login to access this new scholarship website.
If you have family members or friends who want to attend CPCC, the deadline is coming up soon for them to turn in an application to ensure there’s time to process their paperwork and financial aid. To learn more about CPCC’s Priority Application deadlines, please click here.
Imagine yourself as the leader you want to become. Imagine yourself making a difference in the lives you lead. Imagine yourself shaping an entire community. Take Action. Strike the Match. Be Extraordinary. IGN1TE change!
Join a group of aspiring social change makers for IGN1TE 2013 – the spring session of Student Leadership Academy! This free, non-credit leadership program is an introduction to the Social Change Model of Leadership Development and is intended to educate, empower and engage students in creating change on campus and within the community. Please click HERE for more information and to complete an application.
**The application deadline is Friday, Jan. 18 at 5 p.m.
Change begins with one. Change begins January 31.
Visit www.cpcc.edu/getstarted to begin the enrollment process and learn more about the enrollment steps listed here:
- Step 1: Complete application
- Step 2: Submit official transcripts
- Step 3: Create CPCC login (username/password)
- Step 4: Complete FAFSA
- Step 5: Sign up to attend orientation
- Step 6: Log in to your CPCC student email
- Step 7: Study for or waive placement tests
- Step 8: Prepare for advising
- Step 9: Check your residency and financial aid status
- Step 10: Register and pay for classes
For more information or help, contact CPCC’s First Year Experience office by email at email@example.com or via phone at 704.330.6100.
Attention Spring, 2012 Graduates
Are you planning to participate in this year’s graduation ceremony? If so, your graduation application must be received in the Graduation Office no later than March 2 to ensure processing. If you are eligible for graduation, your name will be printed in the Ceremony Program. Applications received after March 2 may still be processed, however, your name will not appear in the program.
If you have not yet submitted your application, please apply on line through your MyCollege account. Under “Academic Profile” select “Graduation Application” and provide the requested information. Once you click on “submit”, the application will go directly to the Graduation Office for processing.
Remember, we must have your application in the Graduation Office no later than March 2 to ensure processing for the May 10 Graduation Ceremony.
Prospective Summer, 2012 Graduates
All prospective summer graduates are to complete a Graduation Application beginning March 1, 2012. Prospective Summer, 2012 graduates may participate in the Spring, 2012 Ceremony if you meet the following criteria:
- You have no more than two courses with seven or fewer credit hours remaining to complete during the Summer, 2012 semester and
- Your GPA is 2.00 or above.
Once you have registered for your final class(es), you are to bring a copy of your schedule to the Graduation Office. At that time, the Graduation Analyst will review your record and grant permission for you to march in the ceremony. Please note: The names of Summer 2012 graduates will appear in the Spring 2013 Ceremony Program only.