Advising Day May 17

Advising Day is Tuesday May 17th. I'm available in the morning - there's a sign up sheet on my office door. If none of the times available work for you, send me an email with a couple of different days and times that might work. If you're in computer programming or database management, you can find the course sequence at cis.spscc.edu.

Important Spring Quarter Dates

Friday, April 15th is the last day to drop a class without a “W” (withdrawal) appearing on the transcript. This does not include late start classes or continuous enrollment classes.

Monday, April 18th

A New Approach for Notes?

With the start of the quarter, you might be interested in trying a different way of taking notes. Even if you're not an artist, you might find something worthwhile here.

Note-taking Options?

This might help you decide how to take notes in class:

DSHS has Summer Internships!

The WA State Dept. of Social and Health Services (DSHS) is offering Summer Internships!
• Survey Research
• Policy Development
• IT Specialist
• and more

Students can apply between March 1 and March 3 at careers.wa.gov; you can find more information at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/1370269/dshs-internship-summer-program.

Maker Club Looking for Coders!

"Maker's" are people who work together to create things. The SPSCC Maker Club has a great range of people with varied and wide spread knowledge of several disciplines, and many people with unique skills that allow the Club to accomplish some very interesting and complex projects.

The club would like to reach out to Computer Programming students. At the moment they have a few arduinos, and are going to start picking teams for a robot competition. The club meets at 12:30 on Fridays, in Building 23 room 125.

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