As part of the campuswide World Languages and Culture Expo, the Center for Global Citizenship will be sponsoring a student panel sharing the "before," "during, and "after" of study abroad. All are welcome to attend!
Ever wanted to make an app, but didn't know where to start? Need a project that will make your resume stand out? Come participate in HackCentre -- Centre College's very first Hackathon, hosted by the Computer Science Club.
Many top tech companies such as Facebook, Google, and LinkedIn, as well as most prestigious universities, host Hackathons so we are excited to bring one to our campus!
Participants will group into teams and be taught, from start to finish, how to build a mobile app. Teams will then devise a business plan and design an app that provides a solution for a group on campus that has demonstrated the most need.
No prior experience required! The best hacking involves collaboration from people of all disciplines, including art, business, psychology, etc.
Pursuing a Teaching Career? Are you considering a career in teaching? Are you interested in pursuing a master’s degree? Come meet Betty Hampton, director of Initial Teacher Certification Student Services in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) at the University of Louisville, to learn about our partnership, in which students can earn a Bachelor’s degree from Centre College and a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)!
Thursday, September 21, 2017, at 11:30am-12:30am in CCPD RSVPby9email@example.com:30pm
Centre College and local churches are teaming together to support a Syrian refugee family that came to Danville last year. Last year, we were able to come together to raise money to help the family settle into their new Kentucky home. This year we are attempting to raise $2000 to help the family get their permanent residency (green cards) and help them with some other one time expenses. We really appreciate anything you may be able to contribute. Please feel free to share to social media platforms!
New Hope is the only food pantry in the Boyle county, and provides food security for over 1000 families in the area. The facility functions solely on volunteer labor and administration.
On Saturday November 23rd, STAND will be sponsoring an event at New Hope geared towards making necessary repairs and doing some developmental work on the building, so that operations can be maintained in a way that is accessible, welcoming, and safe. Some of the things that we will be doing include painting, sweeping, cleaning, moving shelves, restocking, and making repairs to things such as the handicap accessible ramps and windows to make sure the building is safe and because, due to the strictness of their non-profit agreement, the pantry cannot do these things on their own.