New Thornton Center Opportunity for Fall 2016
Apply Today to Tutor at the Thornton Center
Thornton Athletics Student Life Center is searching for a variety of tutors for the upcoming fall semester. The position is paid, the hours are flexible, and availability is determined by the tutor. The position is open to any Junior, Senior, or Graduate Student: who has previously earned a B or higher in the course they intend to tutor. If you are interested, please contact Denise Jilka at email@example.com or apply online today!
Amelia Young, Seacrest Studios Internship in Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital
Communication Studies student Amelia Young will be spending her summer interning at Seacrest Studios in Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, which is part of the Ryan Seacrest Foundation.
The purpose of the Secrest Studios, which have been put in children’s hospitals around the country, is to give hospitalized children and teens an opportunity to experience radio, television, and new media. Radio and TV programs are produced in the studios and “broadcast” to the children’s rooms if they are unable to come down and see a live show. A great thing about the studio, in addition to how much it impacts the children, … Read more... “Amelia Young, Seacrest Studios Internship in Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital”
Extraordinary Community Service, Andraya Carter
The Extraordinary Community Service award honors students and student organizations that exhibit the Volunteer spirit in the community. Andraya CarterAndraya Carter, from Flowery Branch, Georgia, is a well-rounded student athlete and a member of the Lady Vols basketball team. She completed her bachelor’s degree in communication studies (BA/CS ‘15) in just three years with a 3.83 GPA and is now pursuing a master’s in kinesiology with a concentration in sport psychology. She spent 100 hours this academic year volunteering with students at the Tennessee School for the Deaf and has been involved in multiple organizations, including Hoops for Hope and … Read more... “Extraordinary Community Service, Andraya Carter”