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October / 16 / 2015
 
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SAVE THE DATE!

FRESH FARM FOOD
 

SATURDAY, NOV 7
2-5 p.m. / Duluth Town Green
 
Free entertainment, games, prizes, snacks, crafts, face painting, bounce house & more!

EVERY THURSDAY
Courtyard between buildings 600 & 100

Fresh vegetables, herbs and flowers for sale picked from our very own Learn-In Farm!
M / OCT 19 - Soccer Pick-Up Game
Bring a friend and join us at 10 a.m. for a fun game of soccer. All levels of experience and spectators welcome! We'll meet on the grassy field next to the gravel parking lot along Sugarloaf Parkway. This is a great way to meet new people and stay active! Questions? Contact Trevell Pittman.
M / OCT 19 - GOAL Nomination Deadline
Student Life is about to have the Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership competition where we look for a student that is good with public speaking to represent technical education. Our school winner gets lots of prizes including a choice between a $26,000 scholarship to DeVry for their bachelors program or $9,000 towards their masters. Applicants must have completed at least 12 hours at GTC and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.  All nominees will be invited to attend an information session. If interested, please contact Aneesha Khan-Valerio
M / OCT 19 - Women in Construction Networking Event
Come join us for food, door prizes, the opportunity to connect with women working in construction-related fields, and information on leadership development and community outreach opportunities.  You can even get your picture taken with Rosie the Riveter! This free event runs from 4-6 p.m. in bldg. 100, room 106. Register here
TU / OCT 20 - Walk & Talk
Every Tuesday come get some fresh air and sunshine with us! We'll meet in the Student Life Center at 12:15 p.m. then head out for 30 minutes of walking and talking. It is a great way to accomplish new goals and meet new people. Please email  Trevell Pittman  with any questions When raining we'll walk indoors. 
TU / OCT 20 - PTK Meeting
PTK members are encouraged to attend this meeting scheduled from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. in building 100, room 106. We will  select club officers, discuss PTK's Competitive Edge program & plan more fall semester activities. Pizza will be served!
W / OCT 21 - AITP Meeting
The Association of Information Technology Professionals is excited to have Tommy Chambers speak about the value of analysis and design as it relates to interviews. Everyone is welcome to join us from 5 - 5:45 p.m. in bldg 700, room 2.201. Pizza and sodas will be provided. For more information, please contact John Thacher.
TH / OCT 22 - Green Market
Fresh vegetables, herbs and cut flowers are for sale in the courtyard area between building 600 and 100 from 12 - 2 p.m. These are the freshest picked vegetables and fruits straight from our very own GTC Learn-in Farm! We accept cash and check only. For more information please email our Farm Manager Tylee Sewell or call 678-226-6557. All proceeds are used to sustain our farm for continued student experience. 
TH / OCT 22 - Science Club Meeting
Are you interested in learning about science? Join us at the next GTC Science Club meeting, where we will be performing a fun, science-themed experiment! Our theme for the fall is "food science." We will meet in Building 900, Room 1.319 at 3:30 pm.  If you have any questions, please e-mail Saphronia Johnson or Margaret Long.
TH / OCT 22 - ISA Meeting
The GTC Information Security Association will meet at 5 p.m. in bldg. 700, room 2206. Food will be provided! ISSA advantages: Peer Networking, Education & Training, Career Opportunity and Growth, Industry Tools & Resources, Special Officers & Discounts, and Insight into Best Practices. For more information, please contact Garfield Anderson .
F / OCT 23 - Great Day of Service 
In support of our Positively Me campaign, Student Life will be making cards with positive notes to prepare four our upcoming Random Act of Kindness Day! We need volunteers who can be available from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. We'll meet in the Student Life Center. Lunch and t-shirts will be provided. Sign up here
F / OCT 23 - Design Group Fieldrip
The Design Group will be attending the Country Living Fair in Stone Mountain to participate in seminars and demonstrations while also having the chance to network with Country Living editors!
SA / OCT 24 - Science Club at Fernbank
The GTC Science Club will be hosting a table for Chemistry Day from noon to 3 p.m. at Fernbank Science Center in Atlanta. Everyone is welcome to bring your family out to enjoy the event that includes hands-on activities and a magic show! Admission and parking is free.
TU / OCT 27 - Walk & Talk
Bring a friend and meet us in the Student Life Center at 12:15 p.m. for an activity and 30 minute walk. It is a great way to accomplish new goals and meet new people!  Please email  Trevell Pittman  with any questions When raining we'll walk indoors. 
TU / OCT 27 - Chili Cook Off
Join the Surgical Technology Club from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. in the building 100 cafeteria to enjoy some delicious styles of chili and a refreshing drink!  Donations are welcome - cash only please. For questions, please contact Donyele.
W / OCT 28 - GTEEC Fall-O-Ween
The Gwinnett Tech Early Education Club will be hosting our Fall Meeting & Social, FALL-O-WEEN, where we'll  hold officer elections, play Haunted Trivia, and have Fall snacks!  All ECCE students are invited to attend. 
Future Dates
November 5 - GTC Students' Toastmasters International Meeting
November 7 - Festival International
November 9 - Soccer Pick-up Game
November 18 - SLC Meeting & Elections
November 19 - CCG Networking Event
November 19 -  GTC Students' Toastmasters International Meeting
HealthyTip
The Secrets to Longevity
Healthline.com asked 100 centenarians, people who are turning 100 or older, to share their lifestyle choices and offer advice for longevity. The poll revealed these six tips: 

 1. Stay current and keep up with the times.
 2. Stay connected daily with loved ones.
 3. Eat, sleep and exercise regularly.
 4. Stick to daily and weekly routines.
 5. Volunteer consistently.
 6. Feel satisfied and content with what you have.

If there is a topic you would like to know about or a tip that you'd like to share with us, please email Jamie Randolph with your suggestions!
Announcements
DREAM Scholars Program
Achieving the Dream is seeking exemplary students to apply for the 2016 DREAM Scholars Program. This is a  robust professional development and learning opportunity for student leaders looking to make a difference on their campus and in their communities. Chosen through a competitive application process, selected students will engage in a learning process that culminates in attending and presenting at DREAM 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia,  from February 23-26, 2016.  Click here for more information and to apply.  (Application questions are on last page. Submissions are due to Rebecca Alexander by 5 p.m. on October 26th.)
Global Pencil Project
Lambda Nu Imaging Sciences Honor Society will be collecting new-unsharpened pencils thru December for the Global Pencil Project.  Boxes will be available in student areas in building 100 and 200 - just look for the signs! 
Toastmasters Taking Toiletry Donations
We encourage all members and guests to please help support our Community Service Project with the Partners Against Domestic Violence (PADV). Please bring new toiletry and personal care items such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, soaps, lotions, shampoo, conditioners, deodorant and hair care products to Trevell Pittman in the Student Center or to Dr. Penny Waddell in Building 200 Room 115.  We will be delivering these items to the shelter on November 21st.  (Due to Fall Break, we will not have a club meeting until November 5th.)
Collecting Corks
The Rad Tech program has collected over 12,000 corks, caps and foil from wine bottles for Clothes for Souls. Each is worth 2 cents so we can financially support this global non-profit institution dedicated to fighting poverty. Besides helping the charity, it also helps the earth. The corks are recycled and not put in landfills. Did you know that it takes over 1,500 gallons of water to grow the cotton required for just one pair of jeans and each American discards over 65 pounds of clothing per year? Help us by continuing to donate your corks! Drop off is in bldg. 200, room 245. 
Collecting Aluminum Can Tabs
The Future Cardiovascular Technologist Club and the Association for Radiologic Technologist are collecting can tabs. One gallon of tabs equals a one night stay in the Ronald McDonald House for a family. Together, we've already collected eight gallons, but we can do more! Help us by bringing your aluminum can tab donations to room 121, 245 or 133 in bldg. 200. Thank you!
Feel Stressed? You are not Alone!
Going to school can be tough. Life can be tough. Student Life has paid for all of our students to get four free counseling sessions through the Cameron & Associates Life Balance Program. Yes - it's FREE! Just call 404-845-3727 or visit them on the web and they will give you three counselors close to you to pick from. You are worth the investment! 
Perks
MUST SHOW CURRENT STUDENT/FACULTY ID TO RECEIVE DISCOUNTS.
Contact
CONTACT GTC STUDENT LIFE / 770-962-7580

Rachel Mariano, Director / x.6341

Jamie Randolph, Specialist / x.6415

Aneesha Khan-Valerio, Assistant / x.6840

Trevell Pittman, Assistant / x.6419
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