November / 6 / 2015
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2-5 p.m. / Duluth Town Green
Free entertainment, games, prizes, snacks, crafts, face painting, bounce house & more!

Bring your friends and family!

 Just call 404-845-3727 

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SA / NOV 7 - Festival International
Student Life would love to invite you for a wonderful FREE day out with your friends and family. O ur Festival International event is from  2 - 5 p.m. at the Duluth Town Green. W e'll have fun, games, crafts, entertainment from around the world, snacks and so much more! COME RAIN OR SHINE!
M / NOV 9 - 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 / NOV 9 - GTCANS at USPS Health Fair
The GTC Association of Nursing Students is participating in the USPS Health Fair taking blood pressures and doing BMI measurements. This is an occupational health fair for USPS workers at the Boggs Road location.
TU / NOV 10 - 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 / NOV 10 - PTK Induction Ceremony
Phi Theta Kappa is excited to recognize new members at the Fall Induction Ceremony! The induction will be held in building 100, room 401 from 5:00-7:00 PM. Tickets are required for this event, and new members should have picked theirs up in the Academic Affairs office. Anyone with questions about the induction ceremony, should contact Rebecca Alexander.
W / NOV 11 - WIT Meeting
The Women in Technology club invites you to join us for fellowship and getting to know what we offer to GTC students. The meeting will start at 5 p.m in building 900, room 1313.  Pizza and soft drinks will be served! For questions, please contact Dr. Sadri
TH / NOV 12 - 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. 
TU / NOV 17 - 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 / NOV 17 - INSPIRE Lecture
You are invited to hear former NFL player, Adalius Thomas, talk about his journey from Super Bowl champion to successful restaurateur at the College's annual INSPIRE Lecture. This event will be from 12 to 1 p.m. in the building 700 auditorium and is focused on developing students' self-awareness, self-improvement and sense of self-worth.  There is no charge to attend. Please reserve a free ticket. For more information, please contact Dr. Jermaine Whirl.
W / NOV 18 - SLC Meeting & Elections
Everyone is welcome to join us in the Student Life Center located in building 100 from noon - 1 p.m. to discuss upcoming  events and volunteer opportunities. We'll also be voting for the offices of President, Vice President, Secretary and  Treasurer. Pizza and sodas will be provided. If you have questions about running for an officer position, please contact Jamie Randolph.
W / NOV 18 - AITP Meeting
Everyone is welcome to join our meeting from 4:30 - 5:45 p.m. in building 700, room 2202. We are excited to have a panel of former students talking about internships and first job experiences.  Pizza will be provided.  The Association for  Information Technology Professionals is for anyone with an interest in the computer information systems field. For  more information please contact advisors, Charles Hardnett or John Thacher.
W / NOV 18 - Story Night
Join us for Story Night  at the Library from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm. in building 100, room 401.  This is an evening where students, faculty and staff share a story through speech, art, comedy, spoken word, photography, music or dance. Guest are welcome to come listen and enjoy! If you are interested in  participating, please submit your entry by Friday, November 11.  Entries should be less five minutes long and contain no obscene, offensive, defamatory or libelous content. Participants  can register in person at the Library, email or call  678-226-6388.
TH / NOV 19 - Science Club Meeting
Are you interested in learning about science? Join us at the next GTC Science Club meeting, where we will be planning our next trip to BODIES! The Exhibition. We will meet in Building 900, Room 1.319 from 3 - 4 p.m. Our meetings are on the 3rd Thursday of every month, so look out for future dates! If you have any questions, you may e-mail Saphronia Johnson or Margaret Long.
TH / NOV 19 - CCG Meet & Greet
The Commercial Construction Guild invites current and graduate students of the program to join from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. in the Student Life Center located in building 100 for a networking event with the commercial construction industry advisors. Food and beverages will be served.If you have questions, please contact Tonya Beck.
TH / NOV 19 - GTC Students' Toastmasters International Meeting
Please join us from 6 - 7 p.m. in building 200, room 104. Membership is open to all GTC Students and Alumnae who want to improve their communication and leadership Skills.  For more information, please contact Dr. Penny Waddell.
TH / NOV 19 - 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 .
Future Dates
November 23 to 29 - No Classes
Benefits of Volunteering
It is well know that giving back is a positive act that helps various causes and needs in a community.  Did you know there are also enormous benefits to volunteering for our mental and physical health? Volunteering is good for your mind and body by:

 1.  Increasing self-confidence
 2.  Boosting self-esteem and life satisfaction
 3.  Providing a sense of purpose
 4.  Combating depression and reducing anxiety
 5.  Helping you stay physically healthy

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!
Gwinnett Tech Is Coming to North Fulton 
Classes will start January 6 at our new campus! 
We are having Quick Admit Days to move people from application through financial aid and advisement to registration in one session! 

Call 770-962-7580 to reserve a place.  All Quick Admit Days Sessions are at Reinhardt University, 4100 Old Milton Parkway,Alpharetta, 30005.
Toys for Tots
The Student Veterans Organization is  accepting donations on behalf of Toys for Tots. Please bring in new toys and give a gift that makes a difference! Drop off locations are in the Student Life Center, Office of Enrollment and the Veteran Affairs Office located in building 100, the Office of Automotive Technology in building 300 and the Foundation Office in building 700. 
If you have  questions, please feel free to email  Brian Powell  or   call 678- 226-6905.
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.)
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! 
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! 


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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