Graduation is just 1 week away!
In 7 days seniors will be walking across the stage, receiving their diploma, and taking a final picture with Dr. McGee. In just under 150 hours you’ll be taking pictures in your cap and gown with friends and family. Your 4 (or more) years of college have all been leading up to this special day and we are excited to watch each senior get recognized for their hard work.
Graduation outfits aren’t the most exciting. Long black robes and pointy black hats probably aren’t your idea of a great outfit. Some graduates accessorize their ensemble by decorating their mortarboards with personal details or funny sayings. Take inspiration from past grads and start coming up with your own design!
For most people, “Spring Break” conjures images of wild parties, palm trees, and overindulgence. It’s fair to say that most students prefer to spend their week away from class as far from campus and their academic responsibilities as possible. This year, four ENC students not only spent their spring break on campus, but they spent it ministering to those affected by homelessness in Boston. How’s that for a change in perspective?
Rebeca Portela is one of
You wouldn’t be walking across the graduation stage without your parents so make sure they know how grateful you are for them. Send them a text or call and say thank you. They’ll appreciate it and someday when your own kids are in college, you’ll be glad you did.
Last week the next Student Government team was elected. We talked to each of the election winners about their vision for next year and more importantly, what brought them to ENC. Scroll down and learn about what brought the 2017-2018 SGA team to want to work for you! (Top: Libby, McKenna, Kyera, Bottom: Danny, Niki, Aaron, Kirsten not pictured)
Student Body President – Kyera Bryant
Hometown: Guilford, Connecticut
Fun Fact: I sleep
You’ve spent your whole college career trying to win the favor of your professors. You’ve worked hard, you’ve done the work, and now it’s time to cash in all your effort. It’s the time of year to ask for recommendation letters. Whether you’re a graduating senior looking for a job, or an underclassman looking for an internship, recommendation letters are crucial to your success. Your professor’s words of affirmation set you apart from all the other
Did you know that ENC has 20 clubs, ministries, and on-campus organizations? Between ALANA, investment club, and JUMP Drama ministry, there’s something for everyone! Finding a like-minded group of people who are passionate about the things that matter to you is a great way to make friends and get involved. These are just a few of the many groups you could join, see one you like?
ALANA – ALANA’s goal is to celebrate cultures that are
Student Government is a great resume booster and for the students who get involved is often the most rewarding and challenging experience of their college career. We talked a few members of the current executive SGA and got their advice for the current candidates running for election.
Student Body President – Noelle Rudeen
Always show students why you are running, they want to know what you are passionate about and your reasons for choosing to run.
Having a mentor is crucial to every point of your life. No matter at what stage in your personal and professional life you may be in, having a mentor serves as a tremendous asset. A mentor is a person that you can confide in and share your journey with. Your mentor is there to provide support and advice. The ideal mentor would be an individual with substantial wisdom. A mentor can be a professor, a pastor,
Finding a job is every senior’s greatest worry. There are so many ways to go about searching for a job, so many applications to complete, and so many other people looking for the same types of jobs. It can all feel a little overwhelming. Thankfully, we have a few ideas on how to make the process as smooth as possible.
There are hundreds of websites designed to help match job seekers with employers. Try searching