Student Leadership & Development

Student Leadership & Development

Greeley Campus Toilet Paper

February 1, 2016 Installment

Full-Term Course Drop Deadline
February 3

 

Grad Fair
February 3
11AM - 2PM, CC Lobby

 

Professional
Development for Employees

(No Classes; College closed)
February 5

 

What’s Your Digital Footprint?
February 11
3 - 4PM, BH 123

 

Smart Cents:
Tax Preparation: Credits, Deductions, and Filing Tips

February 16
12 - 1PM, CC 226

 

For more information or to submit a comment about The Toilet Paper email tp@aims.edu

Tax Help Colorado

 

Aims Community College is participating in the Tax Help Colorado program, funded by the Denver-based Piton Foundation. It provides free tax return preparation and e-filing for anyone who makes less than $53,000 annually.

  • Greeley Campus
    Saturdays: Now - April 9
    9AM - 4PM
    (closed March 12 & 19)
    WSTV
  • Fort Lupton Campus
    Fridays:
    February 12 - March 4
    9AM - 2PM

Colorado Marrow Donor Registry Drive

 

The Aims Nursing Program is partnering with the Colorado Marrow Donor Program to host a Registry Drive on Monday, February 8, from 10AM - 2PM in the College Center. By joining the registry, you could be the cure for one of thousands of patients experiencing a blood cancer. For more information on marrow donation: www.bethematch.org

 

iFocus! Workshop: Microagressions

 

We usually aspire to be as inclusive as possible in our everyday lives, however sometimes we fall short. Learn more about racial, gender, and other microaggressions, or everyday slights, and how we can prevent them from
occurring!

  • February 2, 9 - 10AM, CC 226

iFocus! Workshop:
The Career Platform

 

Learn how to use Aims’ newest career resource and gain access to professional videos that explain everything from how to conduct an informational interview to learning what employers are looking for! Attendance provides one entry per workshop into the Comcast Digital Literacy grant drawing to win a laptop or an iPad.

  • February 3, 2 - 3PM, CC 226

H2H Presents: Live from Miami,
Jamaica: Beats, Rhymes &
Identity in a Transnational Space

 

Live from Miami, Jamaica: Beats, Rhymes & Identity in a Transnational Space, is a one-man-personal narrative by international performer Coppa Stone, a musical monologue of sorts, that chronicles such a journey; mapping more than a decade of writings, lived experiences, and poetry to reflect the dilemmas of being too Jamaican to be American, yet too American to be Jamaican. Lunch provided.

  • February 4, 12 - 1:30PM, BH Theater

Student Involvement Fair

 

Do you want to get involved on campus, improve your resume, enhance your scholarship applications, make a difference and have fun? Come to the Student Involvement Fair and learn about student clubs and organizations at Aims.

  • February 10, 10:30AM - 12:30PM, BH