May 2, 2013
Northeast Lakeview College News
Math Club Hosts SCUCISD Principal
On April 19, the NLC Math Club in conjunction with the Education Club hosted Mr. Mike Wohlfarth, Principal at Steele High School. His presentation was titled “Want to Become a Teacher?” and focused on the criteria that school administrators are looking for when they hire new teachers. He also provided helpful tips on job interviewing & developing and enhancing your resume.
Leadership Society Inducts Inaugural Class
Northeast Lakeview College hosted its inaugural induction ceremony for the National Society of Leadership & Success on April 19. In its first year, the society had more than 100 members, 87 which attended the April 19 ceremony. Dr. Eric Reno, President, gave the keynote speech. The National Society of Leadership and Success is an organization that helps people discover and achieve their goals. The Society offers life-changing lectures from the nations leading presenters and a community where like-minded success oriented individuals come together and help one another succeed. The organization has been established at more than 300 campuses and has more than 200,000 members. Northwest Vista College is the only other one of the Alamo Colleges to participate in the organization.
Students Feature Art at Campus Art Opening Reception
The NLC Fine Arts Department hosted an Opening Reception for the Student Show on April 18. All the different artworks that NLC students created in their art classes this semester using various mediums, including paintings, ceramics, and metals were on display. This year was first year that students could showcase their artwork and be eligible for a purchase award. Awards were given in three categories: The Faculty Senate Award, Staff Council Award, and President’s Leadership Award. Each winner was selected by members of each constituent group and each winner received $300. The College will purchase these three artworks and display them appropriately around campus. The event was open to students, employees and the community.
Ping-Pong Champion Beats President Reno
Northeast Lakeview College crowned a new overall Ping-Pong Champion, Caner Enbatan, on April 18. Enbatan beat out 12 competitors before taking on President Dr. Eric Reno, former champion. President Reno participates in this Ping-Pong contest each semester. It is a highlight for students to get to compete against college leadership.
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