Midway College Blue/White Game

Season: 
2009
Date: 
Aug 26 2009 (All day)
Time: 
5:30 pm
Opponent: 
Midway College Blue/White Game
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General Education Requirements

Midway College believes the purpose of general education is to offer students excellent opportunities to acquire a common core of knowledge and basic life and learning skills, and to expose them to a diversity of views and attitudes. To this end, the general education curriculum is designed to create an environment of inquiry into the connections between branches of knowledge. Exposure to diverse ways of discovery and learning leads to greater civic and social maturity and an understanding of the relationships that bind us together.

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Teacher Education

You can realize your goal of becoming an educator in Midway College’s Teacher Education program. Midway has an excellent reputation for developing leaders in the classroom and prides itself on a perfect record: 100 percent of Midway College Teacher Education students receive their provisional licensure after graduation!

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Psychology

Prepare yourself for a rewarding career in human services -- including therapeutic, industrial, educational, or governmental positions -- with a Psychology degree from Midway College. The program can also serve as a springboard to graduate study in the subfields of psychology, such as counseling, child development, or educational psychology.

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Nursing & Science

Personal satisfaction, tremendous professional opportunities, and the chance to help your community are primary reasons to consider nursing as a career. And Midway College’s Nursing program has a reputation as one the finest programs in Kentucky. You’ll benefit from a strong curriculum; team-taught classroom theory; concentrated, supervised laboratory; and clinical experiences, enabling you to make a positive impact in your community.

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Graduate

Midway College Graduate Programs build upon the principles developed in the undergraduate programs to help students take their careers to the next level. Each graduate program has been developed with working professionals in mind. Offering flexibility for our students is important.

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Writing Lab Work Study

Department: 
Writing Lab
Position: 
Student Assistant
Department Hours: 
Varies
Job Description: 
The Writing Lab is an academic support program that falls under the direction of the Office of the VP of Academic Affairs. Writing Lab tutors are required to assist Midway College students in developing written communication skills. Writing Lab tutors may be called upon to help students study for an exam, prepare for an in-class oral presentation, improve reading comprehension skills, class discussion skills, grammar and the ability to apply the knowledge to written communications. In addition, tutors must feel comfortable interacting one-on-one with other students and be interested in becoming a teacher at the high school or college level. Applicants for this position should have cycled through ENG 101 and ENG 102 and must submit a writing example to the Director of the Writing Lab.

Teacher Education Work Study

Department: 
Teacher Education
Position: 
Student Assistant
Department Hours: 
M-F: 8AM-5PM
Job Description: 
The purpose of this position is to assist the Teacher Education Division in preparation for accreditation visits by SACS and EPSB. The individual will assist the Teacher Education Division in maintaining records, particularly those related to field experience of students. Duties include filing, typing, copying, entering data into database and/or spreadsheets, maintaining the resources in the Teacher Materials Center and Marrs, answering the telephone. Records will be maintained for all teacher education students-campus day on SCD cohorts. Qualifications include timeliness, cooperation and dependability. The individual should also be comfortable with the use of Microsoft products (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, and Access). The position will report primarily to the division chair, but will help all faculty members in the Teacher Education Division. The student may be scheduled to work with each faculty member on a regular schedule.

Student Affairs Work Study

Department: 
Student Affairs
Position: 
Student Assistant
Department Hours: 
M-F: 8AM-6PM
Job Description: 
The student will report to the Office Manager and will assist with the daily operations of the Student Affairs office. Duties: Greet and assist students, staff and visitors. Design and distribute activities announcements, signs and posters. Get student and staff mail from the Communication Center, sort and distribute it. Manage front office when staff is away from the office. Sell stamps and store supplies. Light cleaning and other duties as assigned by Student Affairs staff. Requires ability to carry objects up to 15 lbs; working knowledge of office equipment; good communication skills and appropriate phone etiquette. Be courteous, friendly and helpful. Some training can be provided. CONFIDENTIALITY IS A MUST!

SCD College Admissions Work Study

Department: 
SCD Admissions
Position: 
Student Assistant
Department Hours: 
M-F: 8AM-6PM
Job Description: 
The position will provide general office assistance and act as a representative of the office of Enrollment Services for the School for Career Development. Responsibilities include filing, typing, data entry, copying, running errands and answering the telephone. Computer skills, pleasant personality and good telephone skills are necessary. Professional dress preferred.