Auto Program Needs Volunteers for A High School Event On Campus

The automotive training center is looking for volunteers to judge the Skills USA competition – an event for local high school students – that takes place on campus this Friday, January 30 in the automotive building. This super fun event starts at 8 a.m. and will last until about noon. No automotive or judging experience necessary – just a willingness to have fun with this educational event! We’ll brief the judges on all they need to know about the competition and what to look for as they monitor high school students performing specific tasks. This should be a fun event and pizza will be provided afterwards!

Please email Michael Boehm directly if you can help out!

mboehm@shoreline.edu

All-campus luncheon set for Tuesday

Be sure to “accidentally forget your lunch” and grab one provided by the new campus catering service on Tuesday, Sept. 24, in the PUB main dining room during the all-campus luncheon from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Also during this time, Robin Blacksmith, head of safety and security, will give a short informational program about campus emergency plans and safety procedures for the upcoming year. Please make sure to join us and be better prepared before classes begin on Wednesday!

For further information, contact Amy Stapleton in the Public Information Office and check out the rest of opening week events here shoreline.edu/openingweek