ASI FYI

ASI FYI


(In alphabetical order)
ASI ART PROGRAM

The ASI art program is displaying “PostSecretU,” a campus community art project, to foster opportunities for conversation and healing regarding mental health and other issues of interest. The exhibit will be displayed April 3 through June 2. This is a precursor to PostSecret Live! event in the Bronco Student Center (BSC), Ursa Minor (Bldg. 35-2135) on May 18, 6-9 p.m.


BRONCO EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES TEAM (BEAT)
Live band plays at a BEAT eventAre you an event planner at heart? Then join the Bronco Events and Activities Team (BEAT) in 2017-2018! Attend any of the informational meetings on May 2, May 10 or May 16 to see what BEAT is all about. Click on the link here for more information on these sessions. The informational meetings are scheduled for the following times:

May 2: 7-8 p.m., Suites Multi-Purpose Room (Bldg. 52)
May 10: 7-8 p.m., Engineering Laboratories (Bldg. 17-1623)
May 16: noon – 1 p.m., BSC, Andromeda A/B (Bldg. 35-2345, 2343)
Dress to impress at the ASI Gala on Friday, May 5 from 6-9 p.m. Enjoy fancy food, lots of giveaways and live music by the Cal Poly Pomona Jazz Band.
Ever wonder how diversity connects to “Family Guy” or “South Park”? Come check out a keynote with internationally renowned speaker, Matt Glowacki on Thursday, April 6 from 5-6 p.m. at the BSC, Ursa Major C (Bldg. 35-2611C). Unlike other speakers, Glowacki’s presentations resonate with his audiences long after he has left. Participants will no longer have a fear of interactions involving diversity, but rather they will be excited about the potential that they see in others.

 


BRONCO STUDENT CENTER (BSC, Bldg. 35)

The BSC will have extended hours during week 10 to provide students with a place to study. Enjoy studying, free snacks and testing supplies (while supplies last).


CAMPUS RECREATION
The BRIC's glass paneled exteriorASI Campus Rec is offering a professional first aid course. This course trains students in surveillance skills to help you recognize and prevent injuries, rescue skills in the water and on land, first aid training and CPR for the professional rescuer, as well as professional lifeguarding responsibilities.

Aquatics is providing a Lifeguard Certification Course that will include the new 2017 update! The course will demonstrate the new lifeguarding skills an individual will need to become a lifeguard. The course will include CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer and will demonstrate how to follow local protocols for administering emergency oxygen. The course will be on the following dates: April 28 – April 30.

Spring quarter Intramural (IM) Sports leagues are flag football, soccer, basketball and softball.  Divisions are men’s, women’s and co-rec. Team registration is open until Thursday, April 13. To play, purchase your Intramural Sports All Access Pass for $15 at recportal.cpp.edu or Member Services at the  Bronco Recreation and Intramural Complex (BRIC, Bldg. 42). Here are some important dates:

April 6: Free Agent Mixer, 6 p.m. at the BRIC poolside lounge

April 11: Bowling Tournament, 5 p.m. at Oak Tree Lanes

April 28: Track & Field Competition, 3 p.m. at Kellogg Stadium

May 5: Badminton Tournament, 3 p.m. at the BRIC courts

May 12: Innertube Water Polo Tournament, 3 p.m. at the BRIC pool

May 19: Goalball Tournament, 3 p.m. at the BRIC courts

Campus Rec Adventures will be hosting an experience-based outdoor trip where students will be guided on a hike through the beautiful scenery of Claremont Wilderness. For only $10, students will be educated about the native plants and animals of the area and explore the diverse ecosystem. The Claremont Wilderness Day Hike will take place April 22 from 8 a.m. to noon. Students interested in participating will meet at the BRIC.

Campus Rec is hosting their second annual Strong Broncos Powerlifting Competition on May 26, from 1-7 p.m. at the BRIC. The competition will be held on the third floor by the power racks, benches and platform areas. Participants will be lifting to their one rep max in any or all three lifts: squat, bench and deadlift. Winners will be selected by the amount of weight lifted in relation to body weight. See the event schedule below:

Weigh in: 1-2 p.m.

Warm up: 2-3 p.m.

Competition and Awards: 3-7 p.m.

Powerlifting Workshops are held throughout the quarter to help participants prepare. This spring only, all Powerlifting Workshops are FREE to BRIC Members. Powerlifting Workshop dates are April 20, May 4 and May 18 from noon to 1 p.m.


CHILDREN’S CENTER (Bldg. 116)
Volunteers at The Children Center help out Are you a CPP student looking to volunteer with the Children’s Center? Be sure to present records of the following immunizations: measles, pertussis, influenza and a current TB test done within the last year. Then, make sure you fill out the application online.

 

GAMES ROOM ETC. (GRE, Bldg. 35-1110)

The GRE is hosting several events this quarter. Check out the schedule below:
The Games Room Etc.'s spring events calendar
The GRE no longer charges for gameplay on consoles! Play for free on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Ready to join ASI? Whether it be in Campus RecMarketing, Design and Public Relations (MDPR), Custodial Services, Maintenance or others, HR is ready to help you get started. View and apply for open positions by stopping by the HR office located in the BSC or by clicking here.
MARKETING, DESIGN AND PUBLIC RELATIONS (Bldg. 35-2002)
ASI President speaks at ASI Presents: The Student ExperienceJoin MDPR as they host “ASI Presents: The Student Experience.” Count this as your jump start to getting involved with ASI—the event will include awesome prizes and giveaways, valuable information and free food! Start your journey to involvement with us on Tuesday, April 11 from noon to 1 p.m. at the BSC, Ursa Major AB (Bldg. 35-2611AB).Click here to view a recap of The Student Experience from winter quarter 2017!MDPR is hiring students to fill positions as writer/editors and graphic designers, Broncos! Check out the job description here and apply in the ASI HR office at the BSC or online today.
SAP, Student Health and Counseling Services and Active Minds are collaborating to host PostSecret Live! with creator Frank Warren on May 19 in the BSC, Ursa Minor (Bldg. 35-2135) from 6-9 p.m. PostSecret is an ongoing community art project where people send their secrets anonymously on a postcard. The secrets are inspirational to those who read them, have healing powers for those who write them, give hope to people who identify with a stranger’s secret and create an anonymous community of acceptance.


STUDENT GOVERNMENT
ASI student leaders give a speech outside the BSCGet the latest updates on student government by watching this quarter’s edition of ASI on the Fly here.
There is one more opportunity for students interested in running for an ASI student leader position for the 2017-18 academic year to attend the Mandatory Info Session required to run in the ASI Elections. The last session will be held on April 4 from noon-1 p.m. at the BSC, Orion AB (Bldg. 35-2319). These sessions provide interested students with all of the information needed to enter the election process. At this time, students are to pick up their Elections Packet. For more information, please contact the ASI Elections Chair, Tara Kwan, at asielections@cpp.edu.
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