Now is the time to start focusing on what you want to do as a career. There is nothing more important than personal branding according to Milena Regos, a marketing expert who held a talk about Personal Branding at 5:30 p.m. on March 27 at Sierra Nevada College.
June Saraceno has been given many high honors for her accomplishments at Sierra Nevada College, including awards and being accepted into a residency program for the summer. She is known for organizing the Writers in the Woods series, a program that opened SNC to visiting writers like Chris Ware and Brenda Hillman.
With the support of staff and alumni, Saraceno received the Outstanding Teaching of the Humanities Awards on March 28 from the Nevada Humanities, an association that recognizes individuals who engage Nevadans in the humanities.
The three business plan teams who competed in the Jale and Warren Trepp Business Plan Competition have all advanced to the finals for the 2012 Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup April 17.
“Compared to my Freshmen year when I started out here at Sierra Nevada College, Internet connection has improved tremendously,” said Sophomore Andrew Hardy.
Congratulations to all members of the Ski and Snowboard teams for all of their accomplishments during the National Championships.Overall champions in Alpine Skiing and Men’s Snowboarding.
Three teams competed in the annual business plan competition now called the Jâlé and Warren Trepp Business Plan competition.
Several students on campus are continuing to express their frustrations with parking on campus, months after the new parking regulations have been implemented. The most frustrating issue for many: not enough parking spaces to go around.