ASG Officers – Campaign Information
ASG Elections are under way! Click here to vote now!
The following individuals are confirmed presidential candidates:
Candidates for ASG President
Name: Leon Griffin
Primary Campus: Downtown Campus
Campaign Comments: I feel like I would be a good candidate for President because, I am comfortable in diverse groups of people; I’m a people person; hands on, and I want to see some good done for ASG and the students of Bates Technical College. An essential quality of an ASG President is, the ability to listen and relate. I possess those qualities plus, great decision making. Thank you
Name: William Small
Primary Campus: Downtown Campus
Campaign Comments: Hello, my name is William Small and I am campaigning for ASG President. I am a student in the information Technology program. I am from Detroit, Michigan, so I know struggles in life-inside and out. I have a successful background in leadership. I know there are a lot of issues that students and non-students are concerned with. I am here to listen to your concerns and try to get them resolved as quickly and properly as I can. Your concerns will be my concerns, and together we can resolve a lot of key issues students are facing…No matter what they are. Some I see as critical are:
- Prices in vending machines
- Problems with academic classes like resolving the conflict in scheduling between Career Training and General Education classes
- Diversity issues
These are just some of the problems that come to mind. Feel free to raise your own, whether they are personal or an issue for the group as a whole. We need everyone to have a voice and participate in this election…”A person who falls for anything won’t stand for anything!” Thank you
Candidate for Vice President, Central Campus
Name: Devin Welch
Program: BAVP (Broadcasting Audio Video Production)
Primary Campus: Central
Campaign Comments: Hello fellow Bates students, my name is Devin Welch and I am a fourth quarter student in the Broadcasting Audio/Video Production course at the Bates Central Campus. I love my classes and the time I spend here at Bates but I felt like I needed to get more involved. Running for Vice president gives me the opportunity to interact with more of my fellow students and be a heard voice for their frustrations, needs, or compliments. My hope is to help make your stay here at Bates warm, welcoming, and unforgettable. Thank you for your time and I will hopefully see you around the campus.
Candidate for Vice President, Downtown Campus
Name: Alyssa Quintanilla
Program: Marketing & Business Management
Primary Campus: Downtown
Campaign Comments: Hey Guys! I’m running for Vice President because being apart of ASG has really made a difference in the person I’ve become. Since day one I’ve been dedicated to all my obligations & this would give me and the students an even greater opportunity to make a difference at Bates and in the community. I want to hear from all of you, be involved in anyway I can! Need help? I’m your Gal! Not only do I want to encourage you to make a difference, I want to inspire you to inspire others! Lets make these years a bates ones to look back on where you can say “I Helped INSPRIE THAT DIFFERENCE”
EXTRA, EXTRA! ASG Elections!! ASG electronic elections are July 6-8, 2015 from 8AM–3PM. NOTE: South Campus voters will have access to the tech lab, E205, on July 6, 2015 only. All other voters CLICK HERE. Let your voice be heard.
NOTE: Applications for the other ASG officer positions are still accepted and actively encouraged! Once the 2014-15 presidents have been elected, they will begin interviewing and appointing the rest of their executive team between July 16-25. Applications already on hand will have first consideration. Contact Juliette or LeMont for more information.
Urban Legends and Myths Explored Urban Legends and Myths Explored
Bigfoot! Bloody Mary! Mermaids! The Wailing Woman in White! Razor Blades in Halloween candy! Fried rats! Slenderman!
Is there any truth to these urban legends?
Come see for yourself as Bates Technical College’s intrepid English 101 students present “Urban Legends and Myths Explored” – a series of displays that explore the history and psychology behind urban legends and hoaxes, Wednesday, July 8, on the Downtown Campus.
Displays will be located in the MZ 136 classroom (Downtown Campus) as well as in the hallway.
Come vote for Best Display!
Warning: May not be appropriate for children.
Diversity and Student Life
ASGBQ – Student Appreciation Day
Join ASG for their annual Student Appreciation Day! On July 21, 2015 from 11am-1pm, students eat free and can enjoy loads of fun activities. Come to the South Campus Plaza, between buildings A and E, and bring a friend or two (up to 2 guests for .50/each). Volunteers are needed to work booths, serve food and work the sign-in table, see LeMont Lucas or Juliette Kern to get plugged in. ASG is sponsoring shuttle service between campuses, see the schedule below.
- 10:10 a.m. Depart South Campus for Central Campus
- 10:35 a.m. Depart Central for Downtown Campus
- 10:50 a.m. Depart Downtown for South Campus
- 1:05 p.m. Return run from South for Central and Downtown Campuses
Financial Aid has new expanded hours for the main campus. We are now open Mon-Thurs., from 8am to 4:30pm and our Friday hours will remain 8am to 12:00pm.
Phi Theta Kappa News
PTK Shirts for Sale. Beta Upsilon Omicron (your Bates chapter) tees for sale to PTK members. Shirts are $15 each, proceeds go to competitive membership scholarships. Contact Juliette Kern to get yours today. Cash only.
Next All Chapter Meeting in room next to the diversity center RM E303 Tuesday July 14th 11:30am-12:30pm.
Like us on Facebook. Check out the new Beta upsilon Omicron Facebook page! www.facebook.com/ptkbyo
Want to Get Involved? If you’re interested in joining SkillsUSA for a chance to compete in next year’s competitions, contact Juliette Kern. SkillsUSA has competitions in most of our CTE training areas. Click here to find out more.
2014-2015 Summer Quarter Dates
August 13 Last day of summer quarter