Campus events for Tues., April 12: Advisors out and about, strategies for success, and more

Tues., April 12
Advisors Out and About, Table in the Library
Tues., April 12: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
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Applications for graduation and commencement are due on April 15. If you have questions about the process, advisors will be out and about to provide guidance.

If you aren’t on campus this week, you can participate live online. For details, please email Advising Services at advising@shoreline.edu.

Job Search Counseling with Hopelink, Workforce Education, FOSS bldg., room 5101
Tues., April 12: 12-2 p.m.
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Are you looking for employment and have questions about the job search process, resumes, cover letters or interviewing? Do you have long-term career goals or need to explore your employment future?

Stop by Workforce Education (Foss 5101) on March 29, April 12 &26, and May 10 & 24 from 12-2 p.m. and visit with a Hopelink Employment Specialist to discuss your questions. You can also learn about Hopelink’s Employment Program and other services provided at Shoreline Hopelink.

Intramural Zumba, Athletics room 3025
Tues., April 12: 12:35-1:25 p.m.
Free to all Shoreline Community College students, faculty, and staff.

Strategies for Success, PUB 9201
Tues., April 12: 2-3 p.m.
Drop in and meet the Coaches! Come meet with the Success Coaches to discuss strategies to support your success this quarter. Coaches will be available to meet one-on-one and in groups to discuss your goals, time management, study habits and strategies, procrastination, motivation and much more! Bring your questions and let us help you be successful at Shoreline–drop by for a minute or stay for the whole hour!

Campus events for March 25-27: Canvas orientation, job seekers’ roundtable, softball at home, and more!

Events for Fri., March 25

International Student Orientation Program (ISOP), PUB and various campus locations 
Fri., March 25: all day
ISOP welcomes and orients our new International students to campus. During orientation new students will:

  • take Math and English placement tests
  • take a campus tour given by American students
  • receive academic advising and register for classes
  • have seminars about living and studying in the USA
  • meet the entire International Education staff
  • take a tour of Seattle

And much more!

See our orientation on social media: #ISOPSCC

Canvas Student Orientations, Room 1401
Fri., March 25: 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
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Welcome to Spring Quarter!  We are offering two sessions of Canvas Training for Students. Please join us to learn the basics of Canvas and online learning here at Shoreline.

Friday, March 25 11:30-12:30pm
Room 1401

Monday, March 28 1:30-2:30pm
Room 1304

You are also welcome and encouraged to visit us in the 1200 building for help anytime. You may also contact us for help at (206) 546-6966 or elearning@shoreline.edu.

Job Seekers’ Roundtable, Workforce Education bottom floor FOSS
Fri., March 25: 1-2:30 p.m.
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This Friday’s Roundtable: Job Search & Preparation that No One is Talking About

How many times have we read job posting “KSAs” (Knowledge, Strengths, Abilities recommendations for applicants), then grew excited about how the bulleted items were all matching up to our abilities and expertise. . . And then – Boom – the last one or two listed are not within our skill range, and we pass on applying.

Not a lot of applicants know that they can still get positions without aligning to every detail of what’s asked in the job description. We’ll talk about some of these strategies along with some info on our revamped Word and Excel courses. All this along with the usual great coffee and treats from Central Market.

See you Friday – and as always, Good Luck Out There

Softball vs. Chemeketa, Away in Everett
Fri., March 25: 1-5 p.m.
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Wish our Phins Softball team good luck as they take to the road to take on Chemeketa Community College in Everett. #GoPhins!

Men’s Soccer Open Tryout March 25, Twin Ponds Field
Fri., March 25: 2-3:30 p.m.
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The Shoreline Men’s Soccer Program is holding an open tryout for interested players on Friday, March 25 from 2-3:30 p.m. at Twin Ponds field. The tryout is free and players only need to bring cleats and water.

Please direct all inquiries via email to Head Men’s Soccer Coach George Dremousis at gdremousis@shoreline.edu.

Twin Ponds Field
15401 1st Ave NE
Shoreline, WA 98133

Events for Sat., March 26

Baseball vs. Walla Walla, away at Walla Walla 
Sat., March 26: 2-7 p.m.
dolphins logoWish our Phins Baseball team good luck as they take to the road to take on Walla Walla Community College in Walla Walla. #GoPhins!

Events for Sun., March 27

Baseball vs. Columbia Basin, away at Pasco
Sun., March 27: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
dolphins logoWish our Phins Baseball team good luck as they take to the road to take on Columbia Basin at Pasco. #GoPhins!

Softball vs. Grays Harbor, at home
Sun., March 27: 12-4 p.m.

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Come out to cheer our Phins Softball team on to victory as they take on Grays Harbor at home in Shoreline. #GoPhins!

Support 1st Place Women’s Volleyball in Edmonds on Tues., Nov. 10

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Shoreline Dolphins’ Volleyball team had a lot to celebrate on Wednesday night. It was the last home game of the year and the last time the Dolphins faithful would get a chance to watch Sophomores Malia Parilla, Anya Golubitskikh, Quinn Walker, A’Laisia Redden, and Kristina Nielsen play in The Tank. The Phins had already clinched their spot in the NWAC tourney and were now looking to secure the #1 seed out of the North Region.

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Shoreline hosted the second place Skagit Valley Cardinals. Skagit, just a game behind the Phins coming into the match, came out on fire taking the first set 25-19. Shoreline regrouped and was able to take a close second set 26-24. The Phins seemed to take control of the match with a 25-18 third set victory, but Skagit Valley continued the back and forth nature of the match with a 25-19 victory in the 4th set. This set up a 5th and final set with the first team to 15 points getting a win. Shoreline had a small lead at 8-6 as the tams switched sides of the court to finish the match. The wildest point in the 5th set came when Taylor Alexander used her foot to knock the ball over the net leading to an eventual Golubitskikh kill and a 14-12 lead. Josephine Dalrymple put the finishing touches on the win with an emphatic kill as the large Phins crowd rushed the floor.

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Anya Golubitskikh capped off her Sophomore night by leading the the Phins with 18 kills, she was also named North Region Offensive Player of the Week just prior to game time. Taylor Alexander had 16 kills to go with her one kick and added 18 digs. A’Laisia Redden marked her final home appearance leading the defense with 24 digs. Carlie Howard had 55 assists and 14 digs. Sophomores Malia Parilla added 9 digs and Quinn Walker had 7 kills and 3 digs. Kristina Nielsen provided 11 kills. Josephine Dalrymple recorded 8 kills and added 16 digs.

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The best news of the night came a few minutes after the conclusion of the match as word came in that Bellevue lost their match at Olympic. This combined with the Phins’ win moved Shoreline into sole possession of first place in the North Region and guaranteed at least a share of the Region championship. If the Phins win in their next match on Tuesday, November 10 at Edmonds Community College they will take the North Region all to themselves. Come on out to the game at Edmonds at 7 p.m. and support your 1st place Phins!

The game is at the Seaview Gym on the Edmonds Community College campus at 20000 68th Ave. W in Lynnwood. Find directions to campus here.

A campus map can be found here – the gym is #16.

Fall Sports Update + Support Women’s Volleyball in Edmonds, Tues., Nov. 10

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The Shoreline Fall Sports Programs have been performing at a high level that culminates in a huge week for Women’s Soccer and Volleyball. Women’s Soccer travels to Lane Community College for the 2nd round of the NWAC tournament for a 12 p.m. game on Sat., November 7. This is a repeat match up from the same round as last year. A win would move the Phins into the Final Four held at the Starfire Complex in Tukwila over the weekend of November 14 and 15.

Volleyball travels to Edmonds on Tuesday, November 10 for a 7 p.m. match. The Phins are currently in 1st place in the North Region and have already secured at least a share of the region championship. If the Phins pull out the road victory they will be the sole North Region Champions.

Make the short drive to Edmonds and cheer on your first place Phins! #GoPhins

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Women’s Soccer Travels to Oregon for Playoffs Sat., Nov. 7

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Wish the Shoreline’s Women’s Soccer team luck as they travel to Lane Community College on Sat., Nov. 7 for a 12 p.m. kick off in round 2 of the NWAC playoffs. Lane is the champion of the South Region and currently ranked 7th in the NWAC Alaska Airlines Coaches Poll. This is the same match up in the Quarterfinals as last season when the Phins lost to Lane 1-2. A victory on Saturday would advance Shoreline to the NWAC Soccer Championships. Check back Monday for the result! #GoPhins! #PhinsForTheWin!

For more information about the Phins’ recent match up against Bellevue that secured them this spot in the playoffs, click here.