From: Involvement Center
Date: April 28, 2021
Subject: Campus Life Today | Wednesday, April 28, 2021



Riverside Park and Red Cedar Trail Cleanup

Friday, April 30
4:00pm - 6:00pm
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Join the Involvement Center in picking up litter along the Red Cedar Trail and at nearby Riverside Park to help make our town more healthy and beautiful!

Meet at the Involvement Center at 4PM to grab your supplies and we will walk over together as a group.



UW-Stout Leadership Awards

Wednesday, April 28
7:00pm - 8:00pm
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Join us as we celebrate our student leaders from across all of campus for the annual UW-Stout Leadership Awards.  We'll be recognizing and honoring nominees and recipients for a variety of awards and winners will be announced that evening.



Stout Retail Association End of the Year Banquet

Thursday, April 29
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Great Hall, MSC
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Ann Kerian, motivational speaker, will be speaking at our event. We will be recognizing active and supporting membership.



ULINE: Virtual Career Trek 

Wednesday, April 28
2:00pm - 3:00pm
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This event is part of the UW System Spring 2021 Virtual Career Trek series, and is hosted by UW Whitewater. All UW System students are invited to attend!

Attending a Virtual Career trek is an opportunity:
• to engage with industry professionals
• expand your network
• increase your awareness of career possibilities

Learn more about ULINE

Learn more and see the schedule here.

Wednesday, April 28
Start End   Event         Location
2:00pm 3:00pm ULINE: Virtual Career Trek  VIRTUAL EVENT
4:45pm 6:45pm Dog Walk Riverside Park
5:30pm 6:30pm Running Club Private Location (rsvp to display)
6:00pm 7:00pm AZCO Contractor Presentation | Student Construction Association Private Location (rsvp to display)
6:00pm 7:00pm Student for Consent Meeting TBD
6:00pm 7:00pm Hooplah Zine Club Weekly meeting Cranberry Creek Room, Merle Price Commons
6:00pm 8:15pm Delta Zeta Sorority Study Hours Jarvis Hall Science Wing Rm. 110
7:00pm 8:00pm UW-Stout Leadership Awards Video Conferencing Link
7:00pm 9:00pm Weekly Pick-up Game TBD
7:30pm 8:30pm Athletes In Action Weekly Meeting Merle Price Commons Gilbert Creek Room
7:30pm 9:00pm Foundations Campus Ministry Weekly Meeting Jarvis 114
UW-Stout COVID Update

COVID Edition Campus Life (Student) FAQ  

Q. I am attending the in-person commencement ceremony. Do I need to be tested prior to the ceremony?
A. Yes. Students attending in-person commencement ceremonies must provide proof of a negative test result. Please review the commencement FAQ website for more information.  

Q. Will the Wednesday COVID-19 FAQs continue throughout the summer?
A. The Wednesday COVID-19 FAQs will be suspended after today. The university will be providing monthly COVID updates during the summer months. Students are encouraged to review the COVID-19 website for information, check their email regularly, and are reminded to email with any questions.

Sponsored by: Campus Recovery Team
For more information: or Website

Career Ready Wednesday

As Spring Semester wtaps up, summer break is upon us!

Here are 3 ways to enhance your career readiness and maximize summer break:

  1. Learn a new skill
    1. Summer is a great time to build skills employers are seeking. Are there any that you would like to learn? Are there any skills that are a necessity in your intended career path that you would like to hone? Check out linkedIn learning (Free to UW-Stout studends and staff via the UW-Stout Logins Page)
  2. Get a Job
    1. Co-op or Intership: Take what you learned in the classroom adn apply your knowledge! A Summer internship is a great way to learn more about a business or gain industry and gain proactica work experience to add to you resume. UW-Stout's Co-op and internship Program enrollment will be opoen until July 14th. Requirements and resources can be found here
    2. Work a summer job. Worker over the summer, whether part-time or full-time, related or unrelated to your major helps students acquire transferable skills, such as communication, organization, time management and administrative skills. Additional resources found here.
  3. Explore a Career
    1. ​​​​​​​Job shadow or conduct an informational interview with an industry professional for a day to get a taste of a future career. Do your homework on industry leaders in your community, and do not be afraid to reach out and connect with alumni from your school who live in your area. They may be thrilled to offer their advice and share insights with a current student of heir alma mater! Additional resources found here.

Sponsored by: Career Services
For more information: or StoutCloud
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