HIRING TUTORS FOR NEXT SEMESTER!

There are new openings for tutoring positions in the Spring semester, apply today!


Here is some brief information about the tutoring positions:

  • To apply, you will need to submit: the tutor application formyour resume, and an optional cover letter for the position
  • You create your schedule and the hours you work
  • You can decide what content area you would like to work with students on
  • This is a paid position and can be placed on your resume for job experience
  • This is an opportunity to take on a new form of leadership in the Warner Community

There will be an opportunity to interview for tutoring positions:

December 9th and 10th

Have materials submitted by 1:00 pm on December 3rd


If you have any questions at all, please feel free to reach out to our department and ask, and we would be more than happy to answer them to the best of our abilities.

All the best,

Academic Success

WPUTutor@warnerpacific.edu

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PGS Open Forum on Dec. 1st 5-6 PM

Greetings Knights~

As the inaugural Vice President of the Student Success and Engagement (SSE) division, I have had the opportunity to use the last few months to review our institutional policies, practices and procedures; alongside key faculty, staff and administrators.

It is evident that our students in the Professional and Graduate Studies programs are committed to their success and the legacy of their family. It is my goal to be intentional about the opportunities we provide for you as you advance toward your degree and pursue your calling; while at WPU. SSE is especially committed to creating an inclusive environment where student experiences are acknowledged, valued, and seen as an integral part of the institution’s success. With that being said, we would like to provide you with an opportunity provide feedback on your student experience thus far and institutional decisions moving forward.

SSE alongside Student Senate will host an open forum for the PGS student population on Wednesday, Dec. 1st from 5-6pm in SLC (refreshments available). We welcome the opportunity for you to attend (in person or virtually) and share your challenges, celebrate your wins and provide suggestions of improvement for the future. I will also be discussing some of the preliminary changes we have made with advising, tutoring and plans underway this Spring semester.

For those attending virtually, please see Zoom link below.

Join Zoom Meeting

https://warnerpacific-edu.zoom.us/j/85793944426

Meeting ID: 857 9394 4426

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I look forward to meeting each every one of you before you walk across the stage.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Blessings,

Dr. Spearman

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Hiring Tutors for Next Semester!

There are new openings for tutoring positions in the Spring semester, apply today!


Here is some brief information about the tutoring positions:
  • To apply, you will need to submit: the tutor application form, your resume, and an optional cover letter for the position
  • You create your schedule and the hours you work
  • You can decide what content area you would like to work with students on
  • This is a paid position and can be placed on your resume for job experience
  • This is an opportunity to take on a new form of leadership in the Warner Community

There will be an opportunity to interview for tutoring positions:

December 9th and 10th

Have materials submitted by 1:00 pm on December 3rd


If you have any questions at all, please feel free to reach out to our department and ask, and we would be more than happy to answer them to the best of our abilities. All the best, Academic Success WPUTutor@warnerpacific.edu

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Hiring Tutors for Next Semester!

There are new openings for tutoring positions in the Spring semester, apply today!


Here is some brief information about the tutoring positions:
  • To apply, you will need to submit: the tutor application form, your resume, and an optional cover letter for the position
  • You create your schedule and the hours you work
  • This is a paid position and can be placed on your resume for job experience
  • You can decide what content area you would like to work with students on
  • This is an opportunity to take on a new form of leadership in the Warner Community

There will be an opportunity to interview for tutoring positions:

December 9th and 10th

Have materials submitted by 1:00 pm on December 3rd


If you have any questions at all, please feel free to reach out to our department and ask, and we would be more than happy to answer them to the best of our abilities. All the best,   Academic Success WPUTutor@warnerpacific.edu

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Mental Health Needs Survey

Reminder!  This is the last week to participate in the Mental Health Needs Survey.  Check your WPU email for the the link.

Help us make Warner Pacific a more resilient community! 

You are invited to participate in a confidential survey to help the Counseling Center understand areas of challenge and growth for WPU students.  Our goal is to better serve the mental health needs of our community, and this survey will give the faculty and staff insight into ways we can foster health and wellness at WPU.

The technical stuff: You’ll receive four reminder emails with a link to the survey, but please fill it out only once.  It should take about 15 minutes.  You must be 18 or older to participate.  The survey does not collect your personal information unless you’d like to provide your email address for additional resources.  The survey does ask for demographic information, but you are free to skip any question in the survey.  Data will be kept confidentially in the Counseling Center and be presented in an aggregate form to avoid unintentional identification of students.  If you have any questions, please reach out to Hanna Maxwell at hmaxwell@warnerpacific.edu.

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Gift Card Giveaway!

 

Warner Pacific’s Academic Success Department is excited to announce that we are doing gift card drawing at the end of the semester for students who booked sessions with our academic tutors! This is all you need to do:

 

  1. Book an appointment with a WPU tutor through Picktime: http://tinyurl.com//yy5zpt9p
  2. Meeting with your tutor
  3. Completing the tutoring survey that is sent to you after your tutoring session

 

Gift card drawings will happen the week of December 6th – 10th, and winners will be contacted individually by the 10th.

 

These surveys help us see how our services are going and how we can continue to provide intentional supports for all students. After each tutoring session you will receive an email with a survey link to let us know how things went. Each survey completion after a tutoring session will result in one entry for a gift card. If you worked with multiple tutors, or with a tutor more than once, you will contacted with the survey links for the sessions you did with tutors.

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to our department at: wpututor@warnerpacific.edu

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Fall Tutoring – 2021

 

Fall semester is well underway, please make sure you are utilizing WPU’s tutoring services!

Our services range from traditional services like essay reviews and math tutoring, to additional services to support students with items such as building out and reviewing their resume. Throughout the semester, we also try to provide evening workshops around topics that help students build on and develop new skills, such as our APA workshops or testing tips presentations. Visit our booking site to find new updates throughout the semester.

http://tinyurl.com//yy5zpt9p

This service is completely free and user friendly. Just remind students that when they book a tutoring service, they need to leave a description of what they need support with, in the “Booking Notes” section, so that tutors know how to best support them.


If you or your students have any questions or need help with anything, please contact the Academic Success Coordinator, Janice Nehren, at: jnehren@warnerpacific.edu

Best of luck this semester!

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THIS WEEK: A Night with Sho Baraka

Please mark your calendar and plan to join us this Thursday, October 28, at 7 p.m. in McGuire Auditorium, for a conversation around the role of hip-hop within race, religion, and politics with acclaimed Christian hip-hop artist and creative polymath Sho Baraka, author of And He Saw It Was Good.

Known for bringing a deep philosophical treatment to Christian rap, Sho Baraka unashamedly dives into discussions on race through a gospel lens providing a nuanced perspective on issues of politics and racism.

Register here! We hope to see you there!

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Scholarship Opportunity: American Red Cross

Transform Your College Career—and Beyond!
The Red Cross Collegiate Leadership Program begins with an intense two weeks of training, mentoring and networking
that will help you develop your leadership skills, discover your purpose, and prepare for your bright future. And that’s just
the beginning: you’ll return to campus with a life-saving mission of organizing Red Cross blood drives for your classmates
and community!
Through the Collegiate Leadership Program, you’ll become part of a special tradition of young people who work with
the Red Cross, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and the National Christian College Athletic
Association (NCCAA) to:
• Inspire a new generation of Red Cross volunteers and leaders
• Promote diversity of Red Cross Blood Services Regions’ donor recruitment
• Champion a philanthropic cause
• Impact local communities
• Empower through training, mentoring and networking opportunities
• Foster leadership opportunities
Program Benefits
Participating student-leaders receive:
• A $2000 scholarship
• A two-week internship at the American Red Cross Headquarters in Washington D.C.
• Roundtrip transportation to Washington D.C., room, board, and stipend
• Coaching and mentoring by senior American Red Cross leadership and representatives from NAIA and NCCAA
• An opportunity to make a significant impact on your campus and community through organizing successful blood
drives that help save lives
Participant Commitments
Participating student-leaders must agree to:
• Attend the Red Cross Collegiate Leadership academy in Washington D.C., for two weeks in June
• Organize and market Red Cross blood drives/activities on campus
• Serve throughout your junior and senior years
In addition, participating NAIA and NCCAA Institutions must agree to support and recognize the student-leader if he/she
decides to form a Red Cross Club on campus.
A Life-Saving Purpose
Our program participants embrace a mission that has helped tens of thousands of people in their time of need.

Apply here: https://www.redcrossblood.org/rccl/application.html

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Virtual Career Fair – Fri, October 8th, 10:30-2:00pm

JOIN WPU’S VIRTUAL CAREER FAIR ON OCT. 8th 10:30am – 2:00pm

Don’t forget to attend the Virtual Career Fair where you will  have the opportunity to connect with employers online ! All Warner Pacific University students are welcome to attend from traditional students to PGS students.

Log-on to Handshake  and ensure your resume, classification, major, and additional supportive information is current. The entire fair will happen on-line, via  HANDSHAKE on October 8th. Virtual career fairs on Handshake give you the opportunity to meet recruiters and other employees through video sessions. You’ll learn more about employers that are hiring students at WPU and connect with companies that will want to hire you. Click on the Virtual Career Fair link.  Handshake (student preview)

Employers: Fresenius Medical Care North AmericaUrban TeachersEnterprise HoldingsBonneville Power AdministrationOregon Department of Consumer and Business ServicesPeace Corps, Cascadia Behavioral Health, Albertina Kerr, and more.

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