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Monday, November 9th , 2009
CANNED FOOD DRIVE
   Battle of the Campuses~ Let’s see which campus
    can donate the most canned food!!

    When: November 2nd - November 20th

    Where: Drop your cans off at the Teaching
    Fellows Office Poe 408. We will have a sign
    up sheet available for you to log your cans!

    ***5 cans= 1 hour of community service****
    There is no maximum!!! You can donate as
    many cans as you want, but you can only
    earn 1 hour of community service for this
    event. Donate! Donate!
COMMUNITY RELATIONS
           Operation Christmas Child
 What: Bring one filled shoe box to the Teaching
  Fellow's office, along with $7 (for shipping) to
  receive 3 hours of community service.
 Deadline for these to be turned in is Nov. 19th

 *An hour (1) of community service can be
  earned by dropping the shoe boxes off at the
  Samaritan's Purse location*
                               For more information go to
             http://www.samaritanspurse.org/index.php/OCC/Pack_A_Shoe_Box/


   Any questions can be addressed to Carla Hutchins (crhutchi@ncsu.edu),
    Jonathan Pollock (jdpollo2@ncsu.edu) Or the community relations co-chairs,
    Kim (kpwilli3@ncsu.edu) and Chad (cehollom@ncsu.edu).
FUNDRAISING-
      ~American Education Week~
 Coffee& Doughnut Sale
 When: Tuesday, Nov, 17th

 Where: 8:10am– 11:00am & 5:00pm– 7:00pm

 Time: Globe Atrium



Warm up your morning and fill your tummy
 with a hot cup of coffee or coca and a fresh
   Krispy Kreme Doughnut. All proceeds
       benefit Habitat for Humanity!
SOCIAL/CULTURAL
NCSU Dance Company Fall Concert- Social /
               Cultural

 When: Thursday, Nov 12th
 Where: Stewart Theatre

 Time: 8:00pm


    Contact: Payton Payne: pmpayne@ncsu.edu
SOCIAL/CULTURAL
           Raleigh Civic Symphony
 When: Sunday, November 15th

 Time: 4pm

 Where: Stewart Theatre

 Contact: Alicia Langkamp amlangka@ncsu.edu

 Tickets: $5 NCSU students



     Raleigh Civic Symphony with Olga
             Kleiankina, pianist
          Randoloph Foy, conductor
SOCIAL/CULTURAL
         International Education Week
             

    My Brother, My Sister: African Students in
                    America
 When: Tuesday, Nov. 17th

 Time: 7:00 p.m

 Where: Room 356, Witherspoon Student Center

 Contact: Jada Taylor- jltaylo8@ncsu.edu
   Screening of a student produced documentary of interviews of African
    students studying at NC State and St. Augustine's College. The
    documentary was a joint production of Africana Studies majors at NC State
    and Film Studies students at St. Augustine's college. The event will feature
    a screening of the film, discussion, and African drumming and dancing by
    the performing arts students from St. Augustine's College.

   Light refreshments will be served.
SENIOR SHIN DIG
       When: November 19th
Where: Poe 120 ( Senior Seminar day)
           Time: 4:30pm

 Senior ShinDig- Learn about experiences from
     current Student Teachers and 1st Year
                    Teachers

    Refreshments provided- RSVP- Natalie
        (tf_grad@ncsu.edu) by Nov. 16th
SENIOR FIELD TRIP- IMAX MOVIE
   “Under the Sea,” an IMAX film at
    the Marbles Kids Museum.

 DATE – Friday, November 20, 2009
 TIME – TBD

 Meet at Poe Hall

 COST - $8.95 for tickets, upon arrival



   CONTACT – Kelly Reardon (kareardo@ncsu.edu), Kristen
    Wright (kbwright@ncsu.edu) or Jena Smith
    (jdsmith3@ncsu.edu) to RSVP.
NC TEACHER OF THE YEAR/SOCIAL
             A Night Out With……
    Jessica Garner- NC Teacher of the Year

              When: Monday, Nov. 23rd
   Where: Red, Hot & Blue – Hillsborough Street
                    Time: 6pm
Contact : Ellen Anne Curtis and Mary English Comer
           eacurtis@ncsu.edu & mecomer@ncsu.edu


 Join us as we host Mrs. Jessica Garner for dinner after
  Forum. This will be an opportunity to learn more about
  her experiences and what it takes to be a top educator
                          in NC.
FULLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-
FIELD EXPERIENCE OPPORTUNITY!
   Fuller Elementary School, a partner school with NC State's CSLEPS, is
    looking for volunteers to provide childcare at 2 of their Fuller Family
    Night events. This is a perfect opportunity for an NC State club or
    individual volunteers to assist a local elementary school just 2 miles from
    NC State.
             Volunteers are needed:
 When: Friday October 16th and Friday
  November 20th
 Time: Volunteer Shift: 4-8pm
 Location: Fuller Elementary School - 801
  Calloway Drive, Raleigh, NC 27610
 Contact: *Register with: Kenyann Stanford at
  kstanford@wcpss.net (Indicate Date you can
  volunteer)
FIELD EXPERIENCE- FRED OLDS
  Fred Olds Elementary School is looking for
         assistance with their University
               Connections Program
 When: November 9th , 10th , 12th , 13th

 Time: 1:00pm - 3:00pm

 What: You will be partnering with teachers to
  teach engaging, hands-on lessons.
 Where: Olds is just off of Hillsborough Street,
  towards the west end of campus
 Contact: Email Mr. Clinkscales if you are
  interested in volunteering.
FIELD EXPERIENCE-MSEN
       MSEN - PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAM
             (12 people each date)
   Dates = Oct 17th, Oct 31st, Nov 7th , Nov 14th , Dec 5th , Dec
    12th (ALL SATURDAYS)
   Hours = 7:45 AM - 12:15 PM
   Location = Poe Hall
    Dress = Professional casual


    Duties = Help teachers with instruction, tutor students in course
                     work from their home schools


Contact = Mr. Clinkscales if you want to volunteer.
FIELD EXPERIENCE –SMARTLUNCH
  Athens Drive HS - Athens has a Smartlunch
   program that they would like TFs to assist
     in tutoring and mentoring. ALL majors
         needed during their lunch times
 When: 10:20 - 11:20 Mon, Tues, Thur, Fri and
  11:10 - 12:10 Wed.
 Where: Athens Drive High School- Athens is just
  down the road from NC State on Avent Ferry
  road - easy walk, bike, bus, or drive.
 Contact- Email Mr. Clinkscales if interested.



   Please check email Mr. Clinkscales sent out last
    week for more information
ORIENTATION COUNSELORS
   The office of New Student Orientation is currently recruiting dedicated student
    leaders to provide incoming students with a positive experience by serving as
    Orientation Counselors for Summer 2010.
                         Why Should You Apply to be an OC?

                 As an Orientation Counselor, you will have the opportunity to:
        Share all the great things the University has to offer with incoming students;
                        Gain both leadership and professional experience;
            Receive a stipend of $2,200, housing and some meals during the
                                   employment period;
       Meet and work with administrators, faculty, staff, and students from across the
                                       University;
                Gain time management, interpersonal, and public speaking skills.

        Application Deadline: Monday, November 9th
   Questions: Please see our past fellows that served as Orientation
    Counselors: Amber Creech, Jamillia Lackey, Jesse Odom,
    and Crystal Espey

   Website: http://www.ncsu.edu/orientation/recruitment/index.php
UPCOMING EVENTS
 Canned Food Drive- Month of November-
More details TBA
 Nov 16-20th- American Education Week

 Nov 8th- History Museum Visit- * Social/Cultural

 Nov 12th- NCSU Modern Dance Company Fall
  Concert * Social/Cultural
 Nov 15th- Raleigh Civic Symphony with Olga
  Kleiankina * Social/Cultural
 Nov 17th – IEW-Screening: My Brother, My Sister:
  African Students in America * Social/Cultural
 Nov 23rd- A Night Out With…Jessica Garner ( NC
  Teacher of the Year
GROUP A
   Liang Zhang
   Diana Akers                Jessica Hill
   Tiffany Williams           Jessica Shaw
   Mary Kathryn Anderson      Kenzie Istock
   Chassity Bethea            Ra’John Jones
   Jada Taylor                Nicole Langkamp
   Angelica Davis             Daila Patrick
   Andy Takla                 Ben Major
   Ashlee Haga                Corey Obermiller
   Philip Solano              Brittany Murphy
   Bailey Herring             Sarah Maxwell
   Jonathon Smith             Rachel McCloskey
GROUP B
                     Joshua Skeeter
 Assir Abushouk
                     Alex Hughes
 Katelyn Winkler
                     Tiffany Pugh
 Chris Ackerman
                     Jessica Kerr
 Haley Williams
                     Vincent Pratama
 Robbie Bell
                     Elena Lopez
 Taylor Wiggins
                     Grey Mangum
 Reynolds Bond
                     Kristen Matthis
 Ebonee Taylor
                     Samantha Melton
 Stephanie Doss
                     David McAllister
 Regina Stepney
                     Tierney McBride
 Mandi Harding
                     Carla Hutchins
  VISIT WEBSITE AND CALENDAR FOR
         MORE INFORMATION


                 Website

  http://www.ncsu.edu/teachingfellows/

                 Calendar

http://ced.ncsu.edu/student_services/calend
                 ar/index.php

				
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