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rRADEWIMD 1 MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1975 VOLUME 1, NUMBER 10 Elections "Applications for next year's studentbody offices are now available,' says LaVerl Crosby, UTC studentbody President. "Get involved now," he urges. "Here is an opportunity for all students who are interested in taking part on next year's student council to get involved." He said, "Application forms are available from any member of student council or at the student-body office." Available offices include pre Study, Vacation At Lake Tahoe Spending five days at Lake Tahoe sounds like a great way to study. Betty Martin, instructor for Hotel, MotelRestauraunt Management class, explained, "Just the experience of staying at hotels and motels, preparing meals, and eating in fine places is invaluable for the student in Hospitality. "Add to this the wealth of information gleaned from field trips, guest speakers, and the value of contacts made with potential employers this kind of trip is an. outstanding educational experience," she said. A group of nine students, a driver and the instructor spent three exciting nights at Ludlow's Lodge, on the shore of Lake Tahoe. "We spent Monday, at the Pep-er Mill and touring establishments in Reno," said Betty. The evening was enjoyed at the dinner show of the famous Har-rah's Restaurant. All agreed the A, , w -, : A GROUP of Hotel & Restaurant Management students meet at PICTURED ABOVE are Kapp Latner, Betty Martin (teacher), Jacobson, Bob Wilkenson, Mark Turner, and Maggie Davies. UTAH sident, vice-president, and Associated Women's Students president. The elections will be held sometime in April, according to Crosby. "Rules for this year's campaign have been changed to avoid problems that were apparent last year," says Crosby. "One rule change is the addition of a bigger budget to encourage higher quality campaigning for a higher quality of students," stated LaVerL evening was a memorable experience."Heavenly Valley Ski Resort was visited on Sunday and on Monday at the Mapes Hotel, , an older establishment with a 1900 atmosphere, which was greatly admired for its beautiful antique furnishings. The instructor stated, "All of the people we met emphasized that one of their bteeest problems is 1 the recruitment of trained people. They expressed a great deal of interest in our program at UTCProvo and invited our students to apply for positions with them after graduation." Darrel Crawford, Advertising Manager of Trade-Inn., says, 'This is an interesting as well as lucrative field and would be worth students considering it as a career. There are many openings in Utah County in this field." Talk to Betty Martin about signing up for this program. - Mi I! TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF PROVO GOVERNOR RAMPTON, who appears to nave some Knowledge of "heavy machinery, breaks ground for the new UTC campus at Orem. V.P. Search CommiNQQ ikmod NEWS BUREAU According toPresidentWilson W. Sorensen, a seven-member search committee has been named to aid in the selection of a new educational vice president for Utah Technical College. The new vice president, when selected, will replace Dale Peterson who will retire on June 30. Named to serve as chairman of the committee is Earl Cottam, division chairman of the trades areas of the college. The committee also contains representation from the faculty, student-body industry and education. They will accept applications and as Harrah's, South Tahoe, California. Rick Grant, Cheryl Jacobson, Dave "V. J ; s - - . - -- sist in screening them and weighing their qualifications. Others serving on thecommit--tee include: Lane Jfeldsted, Utah Tech comptroller; LaVar Rock-wood, assistant to the President in charge of new campus development; Allan Davis, instructor in refrigeration and air conditioning; LaVerl Crosby, studentbody president; Frank Dain, superintendent of personnel services, U.S. Steel Corp., and Gary M. Lloyd, state specialist in business and office occupations, Utah State Board of Education. Applications for the position Election Calendar Petitions and interviews March 10-14 Meeting for all candidates March 14 Campaigning for primary elections March 17-21 Primary Elections March 24 Campaigning for final elections March 25-31 Final elections April 1 Movie and Election returns April 4 Calendar of Events M3rCll 11-12 Pre-Registration March 13 Graduation Ceremonies I Practical Nurses March 13-14 Finals..YUCK. I March 17 Registration I may come from those in business or industry as well as education, providing they meet the basic qualifications outlined, chairman Cottam announced. These qualifications are: 1. a master's degree or its equivalent in the field of vocational technical education, 2. a minimum of five years successful teaching or supervisory experience, and teaching 3. a commitment to the philosophy of vocational technical education. The applicant chosen for the vice-presidency will begin work May 1, giving him two months experience before Mr. Peterson retires.
|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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