Lifeguard certification course hosted at Saint Joseph’s College
Hosted by the College, an upcoming lifeguard training course will combine on-site and online teaching methods to train lifeguards, as professional rescuers, the skills needed to prevent injuries and how to prepare for and respond to incidences of drowning, injury, and breathing and cardiac emergencies.
Mercy Center participates in 8th annual Midnight Run
Students and SJC staff traveled to New York City to help distribute food and clothing to the city's homeless community.
Student selected as Maine representative for the annual EDA Conference
Doe Leckie, a senior sports management major who is also minoring in business administration, has been chosen to represent Maine at the annual Eastern District Association (EDA) Conference for health and physical educators in Springfield, Massachusetts, from February 5 to 7, 2015.
Business administration instructor to appear on MPBN’s Maine Calling, Jan. 19
Mary Lynn Engel, an instructor of business administration, will discuss corporate responsibility with fellow guests live on the air during the hour-long, call-in radio program.
College offers adult, child, and infant CPR and first aid courses
On January 27, Saint Joseph’s College will offer two CPR and first aid training courses for members of the community. Through guided instruction and hands-on practice with a certified instructor, participants will gain confidence in caring for adults, children, and infants.
Saint Joseph’s College welcomes Manufacturers Association of Maine and Partners, Jan. 26
On Monday, January 26, 2015, the Manufacturers Association of Maine (MAMe) and their partner organizations, including the Maine section of the American Society for Quality (ASQ) and the Society of Maine Engineers (SME), will hold a professional development and networking event at Saint Joseph’s College.
Cultural Affairs Committee presents its spring 2015 lecture series
The Cultural Affairs Committee at Saint Joseph’s College is proud to announce its spring 2015 lecture series, with events occurring both on campus and at the Maine Irish Heritage Center in Portland.
Saint Joseph’s College awarded 2015 Community Engagement Classification from Carnegie Foundation
Saint Joseph’s College is proud to announce that it has been selected by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching to receive its Community Engagement Classification, highlighting the College’s focus on community service throughout its mission and daily interactions on campus and within the local, regional, and global communities.
Lifeguard review course, Jan. 18–19
Saint Joseph's College will offer a two-day lifeguard recertification training course on January 18 and 19 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Harold Alfond Center pool. The course is a Blended Learning course that combines online learning with on-site skills sessions to practice skills and demonstrate competency.
Photographer Eddie Soloway kicks off spring 2015 SPArC series with weekend workshop and evening presentation, Jan. 16–18
Sponsored by Maine Media Workshops and Saint Joseph’s College, photographer Eddie Soloway will lead the spring 2015 Speakers, Performers, Artists, and Culture (SPArC) series at the College with a weekend-long photography workshop from January 16 through 18 and a January 16 evening session called “Memories, Moons and Imagination.”
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