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ADEW1ND VOLUME 5 NO. 6 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE :inp ROVO OCTOBER 26, 1976 V vr- I i-'v-.i - ' a -j m' " '. Aw" . J Mike Weber, business major Jiwt at UTC browes through one of many informative books available at the Career Development Center. The Center has over 1000 brochures and pamphlets available for students to obtain information on careers and occupations. Photo by Bryant Harmon Spotlight Spankers Revealed Did you know that there is an area here at UTC-P specifically designed for students with questions concerning their occupational choices? This area is the Career Development Center located in the main hall. The Career Development Center is basically exactly what the name implies. At the center students can find out what the prospects are for the type of career they are interested in. For students who have not yet decided on a career, there are helpful pamphlets, files, books, films and other information to help them make this important decision. Personality and career tests are also given at the center. These tests, along with the UTC counseling department next door, aid in helping students select the career that is "just right for them." Among the other items found in the Career Development Center are College catalogs and a bulletin board listing jobs available in certain areas. Not only does the C.D.C. help in the selection of a career, but it also has information on personal development, marriage and child raising. The Career Development Center has also arranged for speakers from the business community to come and speak to UTC students about their specific occupations and the prospects of job opportunities available. In the past, they have hosted Accountants, Government officials such as Mayor Grange of Provo, and various others. According to Monie McKim, director of the Career Development Center, they plan to continue with these "Spotlight Speakers." "We are always willing to help the students in whatever way we can," said Ms. McKim. Another important part of the center is the Women's area. This section is designed to be a browsing area with books and magazines that appeal to women available. Dean of Women here at school, Carol Reid, who also works closely with the Career C f PA hV'-y - r ' JL ; f fSNjT 17- t y J m ' i I )i7 ..A !i' 1 h . I IV' - S ! -! ? ir(ii! A W Development Center stated that they have a library oi approximately 50 books and magazines for women's interest.According to Ms. Reid, the' women's area will also hos: speakers. One of the most popular topics last year was cancer detection. In beginning the second year of the spotlight sessions, the Career Development Center will be featuring the American Cancer Society on Tuesday, November 2 at 10 a.m. Two films on Cancer Detection in Women will be shown, and a registered nurse will be present to answer any questions. Students are encouraged to attend this special 45 minute session and get more information on cancer. In addition to the spotlight sessions, a conference is scheduled for February and will be entitled, "Focus on Women." It is the third annual conference and will be held on the new Orem campus. The Career Development Center is open daily from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Students are invited to come and look around. UTC to Hold Halloween Party Saturday Halloween celebrations will begin officially at Utah Technical College (ryProvo ont Wednesday, October 27"wTfJl free candy apples for the entire studentbody. The main Halloween activities will be held Friday and Saturday in the Women's Gym on 500 North University Ave. Friday night the halloween party will begin at 7 p.m. Students are asked to wear costumes, and prizes will be given for the best costume. There will also be a pie eating contest, a spook alley and many different and fun booths. Refreshments will be served the entire evening, with a suprise ice cream drop. On Saturday three movies will be provided for the students. They will begin at. 11 p.m. in the Women's Gym, admission is one dollar. The movies are "Play Mistey for Me", "Daddy Went a Hunting", and severalcartoons. 1 u t . ''''"" - " - This frightening witch is getting herself prepared foEjialloween celebrations which will officially begin at UTC jL'Provo on Wednesday, October 27. Photo by Rich Braun ASUTC FStudent Council Happenings The AS-UTC student council began their meeting with closed doors to the studentbody while they worked out problems they were having amoungst themselves. When the doors were opened, past conventions and financial status were discussed. The subject of a loan for $500 to the Public Business Leaders (PBL) was brought before the council. According to reports the club was given the money for three summer activities and a dance. They didn't complete the activities, and the council discussed what should be done with the remaining funds. They expressed a desire to have the PBL help in future activities. Also discussed at the meeting was the concept of doing away with general education classes at UTC-P. If the classes were kept on campus they would be called extra cirricular classes and would not be given credit. No final decisions have been made on the subject, Student-body President Bill Reese emphasized. And he asked students to please contribute their feelings on the subject. The council also discussed buying a pinball machine or other games and recreation for the studentbody. They would like imput from the students on this subject also, within the next two weeks. Students Asked to Consider Use of Orem Parking Facility Studentbody President Bill Reese, and Security Chief, Eric Frame, have asked students to consider parking on the Orem Campus and taking the hourly bus to the Provo Campus. "There is so much more parking on the Orem Campus, and the bus runs hourly leaving at 10 minutes to the hour. We are hoping students will give us some feedback on this. It would ease the parking situation considerably," said Reese. i 1 V I The Women's Area, a new feature of UTC-P's Career Center, contains much information about non -traditional jobs and has several women oriented magazines. Monie McKim, Director of the Career Development Center, keeps a good supply of information. She posts employment opportunities, interviewing schedules and upcoming seminars on this board. CALENDAR OF EVENTS October 27: Free Candy Apples All Day October 29: Halloween Party in the Womens Gymn; 7 p.m.; KEYY Disco. October 30: Halloween Movies: Daddy's Gone A Hunting and Play Misty For Me; four cartoons; 11 p.m. November 4: Lil' Abner Pagent, downstairs, 7 p.m. November 5: Sadie Hawkins, girls choice, Cherry Hill Farm, 8:30 p.m. $2 admission. Pictures taken. November 12: Movie: Cat Ballou, admission, 25 cents, held in the lunch room. November 15-19: Ski Week. November 17: Ski Movie November 19: Ski Party. November 23: Movie: Apple Dumpling Gang. November 24: Free Pumpkin Pie. November 25-26: Thanksgiving Holiday, no school.
|Description||Tradewinds was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Technical College at Provo, between 1971-12-14 and 1984-11-15.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Technical College at Provo--History; Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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