Wildcat Weekly
March. 3, 2020
Safety
Campus Parking Permits
K-State Polytechnic parking regulations require that all campus students, faculty and staff obtain a parking permit. Parking permits are free, however those needing a permit are instructed to go to College Center 209 to fill out a permit form and obtain a parking permit. For any questions, please contact Dene Sheridan at 826-2918.
Campus life
SGA Elections are this week
SGA elections are this week! Voting is electronic this year and students can vote through KSIS or at one of SGA's polling locations around campus. Elections will take place Monday, March 2 through Wednesday, March 4. Students have the opportunity to vote for SGA President, Vice President and the senator which represents each degree area.
Students Christian and Caroline Tipton experience the K-State family while building one of their own
Christian and Caroline Tipton met each other at K-State Polytechnic. They credit being a part of the K-State family with bringing them together to get married and start a family of their own. You can read their full story here
Seeing the big picture: Students experience aviation industry in Washington D.C. with help of alumna, legislators
In January, 20 K-State Polytechnic Aviation students traveled with faculty advisor Austin Walden to Washington D.C. for the trip of a lifetime. The group attended the 3-day Aviation Policy Seminar hosted by the University Aviation Association. Read more about the trip here
Volunteer Opportunities
Casino Night
It's almost that time of the year again! The annual Casino Night, sponsored by Programming Board, will be held on Wednesday, March 4 at 6 p.m. in the College Center Conference Room. There will be Blackjack, Craps, Bingo, Texas Hold 'Em and Roulette Tables for the evening. Programming Board is looking for volunteers to help run the tables from 6-9 p.m. Everyone will receive a Casino Night T-shirt and food from Aladdin. If interested in helping, contact Kari Zook, the Student Activities Coordinator, at karizook@k-state.edu.
Events
SGA Meeting
Tuesday March 3, – 8:30 p.m. in the College Center Conference Room
Flight Team
Tuesday, March 3 and Thursday, March 5 – 7:30 p.m. in Aero 141
Casino Night
Wednesday, Mar. 4, – 6-9 p.m. in the College Center Conference Room
Christian Challenge
Thursday, March 5 – 8 p.m. in the Cafeteria
Polytechnic Preview Day
Friday, March 6 - 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
On-Campus Jobs
Flight Operations Dispatcher
Pay: $7.25/hr

Description: Check student pilots in and assign aircraft. Dispatch aircraft to students and instructors. Make copies, file paperwork, answer phones, talk on radio and monitor weather. Apply at Flight Ops in the Aero Building, room 128
Flight Line Worker
Pay: $8.75/hr

Description: Responsible for towing aircraft to the flight line from hangars, washing of aircraft, servicing of fuel truck with diesel, 100LL and aircraft tugs with oil, water and fuel. Ensures that aircraft tugs and fuel truck fuel tank are full at the end of the day or shift. Empty trash cans on flight line and in hangars. Sweep hangar floors. Meet transient aircraft and direct to parking spot. Ensure hangar doors are locked and lights are turned off prior to leaving in the evenings.Apply at Flight Ops in the Aero Building, Room 128
Facilities Worker
Pay: $9.00/hr

Description: Position includes a variety of duties, but not limited to setting up furniture and event items, mail run, any type of grounds/landscaping and lawn-maintenance type of work where some physical labor is required. Apply by contacting Jill Serrault.
Scholarship opportunities
Here is a great list of various aviation scholarships. Click here to learn more.
Aviation Students
The Wichita Aero Club is offering two scholarships to aviation students or students involved in aviation-related activities/clubs/organization.
DEADLINE: Mar. 13 Apply Here
Engineering Students
The Patti Johnson Wilson Foundation is offering scholarships worth $5000-$6000. Must have a minimum 3.5 GPA or higher. Application forms can be picked up in Room 208 of the College Center.
DEADLINE: Mar. 16
Engineering Students
Raymond G. Alvine Memorial Scholarship is a $5,000 scholarship available to a student pursuing a career in mechanical, electrical or architectural engineering. Must have a 3.0 or higher GPA and be enrolled full-time.
DEADLINE: Mar. 31 Apply Here
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