Center for Leadership & Social Change spring programs coming to you soon!
We're gearing up for the spring semester and would love to hear your thoughts! If you have 5 minutes (and would like a chance to win a $20 gift card), fill out this survey:https://goo.gl/forms/vMdalEcGPd7cVqfW2.
We'll be sending out leadership opportunities soon, so if you'd like to hear more about CLSC programs, send your name, email, and phone number to email@example.com to sign up for updates!
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Are You Interested in E-Sports?
Do you enjoy playing competitive video games? Or have you wanted to try it? We are gauging student interest about E-Sports. Please fill out the following 3 question survey by December 7th. It takes less than 30 seconds to complete. https://tinyurl.com/yae4x5us
Sponsored by Student Affairs
Foundations of the Fashion Industry course at Columbia College
A new business course, BUS 245-01 Foundations of the Fashion Industry, is scheduled for the spring semester on MWF at 10:00 - 10:50 in Bush 223.
Annette Hoover, who has been recognized for her innovative classes at USC and was honored by the SC Governor Nikki Haley as a preferred small business owner, will be teaching the Foundations of the Fashion Industry course. Ms. Hoover has taught at USC since 2000 and is excited to work with the students at Columbia College. In addition to her teaching background, Ms. Hoover owns her own retail business in Atlanta, GA, as well as, an event planning company here in Columbia, SC. This class can be taken as an elective, or as part of the Fashion Business and Entrepreneurship concentration within the Business program.
Sponsored by Division of Business, Mathematics & Sciences
Do You Do Service?
Sponsored by Office of the President
Interested in issues of homelessness or other important social issues?
Take a section of Lead 101 this spring to get credit for working in areas of your passions! Lead 101 A is about the systems of homeless, working directly with CEO Lila Anna Sauls and her local nonprofit, Homeless No More. Or sign up for Lead 101 B to work on a leadership project of your choice on or off campus with Dr. Burk. Both courses are 1-credit and counts towards a minor or certificate in Leadership Studies.
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CC Garden helps support new, local restaurant
Thanks to the CC Garden Club, P.L.A.C.E. was able to help harvest some veggies for our new favorite vegan restaurant and community partner, Rare Variety Cafe. The garden was founded by CC senior Aaleeyah Brimmer and is a new initiative supported and maintained by the Garden Club and their faculty adviser, Dr. Fields, CC horticulturist John Long, and ecology professor Dr. Moody. Thanks to these combined efforts, Columbia College is able to help supply some of the delicious, fresh vegetables you'll be enjoying at Rare Variety Cafe, right beside Columbia College on North Main Street. We hope you'll stop by and try owner Bonita Clemons' CC-approved vegan soul food!
Sponsored by P.L.A.C.E. Fellows Program