From: Involvement Center
Date: April 30
Subject: The Loop | Events in CONNECT, Backyard Bash, MSC is Hiring and more!



Create your fall meetings and events in CONNECT before summer

New students will be here for First Year Registration and Orientation starting in June. Since they’re being prepped in CONNECT immediately upon arrival, they’re going to be looking at your organization’s events and meetings. This is a great opportunity to recruit new students as early as June! Make sure your CONNECT page is updated with new officers, fall events and fall meetings! If you have questions on how to create an event in CONNECT, look here.

Backyard Bash Registration

Make sure your organization is signed up for Backyard Bash! Backyard Bash will be held on Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019. The event will be held 5-7 PM on the South Lawn. More details including information about check-in will be sent out closer to the event.
If you have questions, please contact the
Involvement Center Desk.
Register Here!

The MSC is Hiring!

Are you looking for a job for either summer and/or fall? There are positions available all over the MSC! Look here for some great opportunities!
Service Center (Summer and Fall Start): Contact Rhonda Paul for more information.
Conferences & Events (Summer and Fall Start): Contact Ben Markl for more information.
StoutReach (Fall Start): Contact Jessica Jurgella for more information or Apply Here!
MSC Social Media Team (Fall Start): Contact Karissa Zastrow for more information.

UW-Stout Student Dietetic Association Making Memories

UW-Stout Student Dietetic Association members were able to spend some time helping residents of Neighbors of Dunn County celebrate the spring season. Students were able to make community connections and create some memories with residents. Great job Student Dietetic Association on being Stout Proud! To read more, click here.
Maizee Freeman

Maizee Freeman | Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Management | Junior
President | Delta Zeta Sorority

What led you to become an officer for your org? I wanted to be a leader for Delta Zeta for a variety of reasons. The biggest being that I wanted the chance to lead an amazing group of women, and challenge and enable our organization to accomplish some really big things!

What have you learned about leadership in your experience as an org officer? Throughout my time as a leader for Delta Zeta, I have learned a great deal about working with other personality types to accomplish tasks and events. As well as how to deal with significant issues that need time-sensitive responses/decisions.

How have you personally benefitted from your experience as an org leader? Personally, being a leader in Delta Zeta has given me more confidence in utilizing my natural capabilities and has given me a sense of purpose and accomplishment!

Do you have any tips or advice for future org officers? It is important to make sure that you balance the time spent with your organization and your personal time. You can't help others while you're running on empty!

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