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2015 Summer Conference & Event Coordinator

Can’t Imagine Leaving Nashville for the Summer, Don’t!

2015 Summer Conference & Event Coordinator Applications Are Now Available Online

Each May, whether you are ready or not, the residence halls close and you head back home wishing you could stay on campus this summer… Of course you can stay on the Vanderbilt campus this summer making new friends, enjoying Nashville and engaged in one of the best jobs on campus working on the Conference and Event Management Team!

The Vanderbilt University Office of Conferences and the Student Center staff have join forces to create a seamless Conference and Event Management Operation. Our goal is to provide the highest level of customer service in a friendly, efficient, and professional manner. Our Offices serves as guest relations, a liaison between campus facilities and services, and area attractions.

In preparing for the summer of 2015, we are currently seeking highly motivated and personable individuals to continue the tradition of providing exemplary hospitality to our summer conference guests. The Conference & Event Coordinator or CEC is an integral part of the Office of Conferences and the Student Centers staff.  CEC’s are responsible for the daily success of the conference program by responding to the needs of the visiting conference/event groups.  CEC’s are involved in every aspect of the conference; we assist with all details of camp and conference preparation, arrival/departure check-in/outs, housing, conference meals, transportation, and meeting space requirements.

As a gateway to campus for summer guests, the Office of Conferences is proud to host a diverse array of conference groups and summer camps right here on the Vanderbilt campus. Our summer guests include Computer Software Design Camps, Medical Center Symposiums, Teaching Seminars, Business Entrepreneurs, Programs for Talented Youth, Cheer Leading Enthusiasts, athletic sports camps, educational conferences and many more. We also provide accommodations for up to ten weeks to students from around the country participating in local summer internships and medical researchers partake in our Summer Intern Housing Program.

While employed as a Conference and Event Coordinator, you will have the opportunity to gain leadership experience, enhance problem solving skills and serve as an essential member of a dynamic team working together to successfully host conferences and camps at Vanderbilt. The 2015 conference season will run from Monday, May 4, through Sunday, August 2, 2015.

Due to the nature of the position, staff may not hold another job, but can take one summer school class while employed as a Conference & Event Coordinator.

CEC applications and job descriptions are now available on line at Vanderbilt.eRezLife.com. Log on and create an account and sign in for the Conference & Event Coordinator position.

Details are available on our website at www.meetatvanderbilt.com or questions will be answered by emailing conferences@vanderbilt.edu or by calling the Office of Conferences at 615.343-6899.

The deadline to apply is Monday, February 16, 2015. Job offers will be made by Friday, February 27, 2015, so you will be able to secure your summer job before you depart for Spring Break.

 

Warren and Moore Colleges Online Open Ballot

12 a.m. on Thursday Feb. 19 to 6 p.m. on Sunday Feb. 22

Location: www.vanderbilt.edu/Resed

Complete the ballot online at www.vanderbilt.edu/Resed. If you have questions, contact Housing Assignments at 615.322.2591 or rested@vanderbilt.edu.

 

Contact Person: Georgie Asfoura, georgette.asfoura@vanderbilt.edu

 

2015 Summer Conference & Event Coordinator

Can’t Imagine Leaving Nashville for the Summer, Don’t!

2015 Summer Conference & Event Coordinator Applications Are Now Available Online

Each May, whether you are ready or not, the residence halls close and you head back home wishing you could stay on campus this summer… Of course you can stay on the Vanderbilt campus this summer making new friends, enjoying Nashville and engaged in one of the best jobs on campus working on the Conference and Event Management Team!

The Vanderbilt University Office of Conferences and the Student Center staff have join forces to create a seamless Conference and Event Management Operation. Our goal is to provide the highest level of customer service in a friendly, efficient, and professional manner. Our Offices serves as guest relations, a liaison between campus facilities and services, and area attractions.

In preparing for the summer of 2015, we are currently seeking highly motivated and personable individuals to continue the tradition of providing exemplary hospitality to our summer conference guests. The Conference & Event Coordinator or CEC is an integral part of the Office of Conferences and the Student Centers staff.  CEC’s are responsible for the daily success of the conference program by responding to the needs of the visiting conference/event groups.  CEC’s are involved in every aspect of the conference; we assist with all details of camp and conference preparation, arrival/departure check-in/outs, housing, conference meals, transportation, and meeting space requirements.

As a gateway to campus for summer guests, the Office of Conferences is proud to host a diverse array of conference groups and summer camps right here on the Vanderbilt campus. Our summer guests include Computer Software Design Camps, Medical Center Symposiums, Teaching Seminars, Business Entrepreneurs, Programs for Talented Youth, Cheer Leading Enthusiasts, athletic sports camps, educational conferences and many more. We also provide accommodations for up to ten weeks to students from around the country participating in local summer internships and medical researchers partake in our Summer Intern Housing Program.

While employed as a Conference and Event Coordinator, you will have the opportunity to gain leadership experience, enhance problem solving skills and serve as an essential member of a dynamic team working together to successfully host conferences and camps at Vanderbilt. The 2015 conference season will run from Monday, May 4, through Sunday, August 2, 2015.

Due to the nature of the position, staff may not hold another job, but can take one summer school class while employed as a Conference & Event Coordinator.

CEC applications and job descriptions are now available on line at Vanderbilt.eRezLife.com. Log on and create an account and sign in for the Conference & Event Coordinator position.

Details are available on our website at www.meetatvanderbilt.com or questions will be answered by emailing conferences@vanderbilt.edu or by calling the Office of Conferences at 615.343-6899.

The deadline to apply is Monday, February 16, 2015. Job offers will be made by Friday, February 27, 2015, so you will be able to secure your summer job before you depart for Spring Break.

 

2015 Summer Conference & Event Coordinator

Can’t Imagine Leaving Nashville for the Summer, Don’t!

2015 Summer Conference & Event Coordinator Applications Are Now Available Online

Each May, whether you are ready or not, the residence halls close and you head back home wishing you could stay on campus this summer… Of course you can stay on the Vanderbilt campus this summer making new friends, enjoying Nashville and engaged in one of the best jobs on campus working on the Conference and Event Management Team!

The Vanderbilt University Office of Conferences and the Student Center staff have join forces to create a seamless Conference and Event Management Operation. Our goal is to provide the highest level of customer service in a friendly, efficient, and professional manner. Our Offices serves as guest relations, a liaison between campus facilities and services, and area attractions.

In preparing for the summer of 2015, we are currently seeking highly motivated and personable individuals to continue the tradition of providing exemplary hospitality to our summer conference guests. The Conference & Event Coordinator or CEC is an integral part of the Office of Conferences and the Student Centers staff.  CEC’s are responsible for the daily success of the conference program by responding to the needs of the visiting conference/event groups.  CEC’s are involved in every aspect of the conference; we assist with all details of camp and conference preparation, arrival/departure check-in/outs, housing, conference meals, transportation, and meeting space requirements.

As a gateway to campus for summer guests, the Office of Conferences is proud to host a diverse array of conference groups and summer camps right here on the Vanderbilt campus. Our summer guests include Computer Software Design Camps, Medical Center Symposiums, Teaching Seminars, Business Entrepreneurs, Programs for Talented Youth, Cheer Leading Enthusiasts, athletic sports camps, educational conferences and many more. We also provide accommodations for up to ten weeks to students from around the country participating in local summer internships and medical researchers partake in our Summer Intern Housing Program.

While employed as a Conference and Event Coordinator, you will have the opportunity to gain leadership experience, enhance problem solving skills and serve as an essential member of a dynamic team working together to successfully host conferences and camps at Vanderbilt. The 2015 conference season will run from Monday, May 4, through Sunday, August 2, 2015.

Due to the nature of the position, staff may not hold another job, but can take one summer school class while employed as a Conference & Event Coordinator.

CEC applications and job descriptions are now available on line at Vanderbilt.eRezLife.com. Log on and create an account and sign in for the Conference & Event Coordinator position.

Details are available on our website at www.meetatvanderbilt.com or questions will be answered by emailing conferences@vanderbilt.edu or by calling the Office of Conferences at 615.343-6899.

The deadline to apply is Monday, February 16, 2015. Job offers will be made by Friday, February 27, 2015, so you will be able to secure your summer job before you depart for Spring Break.

 

2015 Summer Conference & Event Coordinator

Can’t Imagine Leaving Nashville for the Summer, Don’t!

2015 Summer Conference & Event Coordinator Applications Are Now Available Online

Each May, whether you are ready or not, the residence halls close and you head back home wishing you could stay on campus this summer… Of course you can stay on the Vanderbilt campus this summer making new friends, enjoying Nashville and engaged in one of the best jobs on campus working on the Conference and Event Management Team!

The Vanderbilt University Office of Conferences and the Student Center staff have join forces to create a seamless Conference and Event Management Operation. Our goal is to provide the highest level of customer service in a friendly, efficient, and professional manner. Our Offices serves as guest relations, a liaison between campus facilities and services, and area attractions.

In preparing for the summer of 2015, we are currently seeking highly motivated and personable individuals to continue the tradition of providing exemplary hospitality to our summer conference guests. The Conference & Event Coordinator or CEC is an integral part of the Office of Conferences and the Student Centers staff.  CEC’s are responsible for the daily success of the conference program by responding to the needs of the visiting conference/event groups.  CEC’s are involved in every aspect of the conference; we assist with all details of camp and conference preparation, arrival/departure check-in/outs, housing, conference meals, transportation, and meeting space requirements.

As a gateway to campus for summer guests, the Office of Conferences is proud to host a diverse array of conference groups and summer camps right here on the Vanderbilt campus. Our summer guests include Computer Software Design Camps, Medical Center Symposiums, Teaching Seminars, Business Entrepreneurs, Programs for Talented Youth, Cheer Leading Enthusiasts, athletic sports camps, educational conferences and many more. We also provide accommodations for up to ten weeks to students from around the country participating in local summer internships and medical researchers partake in our Summer Intern Housing Program.

While employed as a Conference and Event Coordinator, you will have the opportunity to gain leadership experience, enhance problem solving skills and serve as an essential member of a dynamic team working together to successfully host conferences and camps at Vanderbilt. The 2015 conference season will run from Monday, May 4, through Sunday, August 2, 2015.

Due to the nature of the position, staff may not hold another job, but can take one summer school class while employed as a Conference & Event Coordinator.

CEC applications and job descriptions are now available on line at Vanderbilt.eRezLife.com. Log on and create an account and sign in for the Conference & Event Coordinator position.

Details are available on our website at www.meetatvanderbilt.com or questions will be answered by emailing conferences@vanderbilt.edu or by calling the Office of Conferences at 615.343-6899.

The deadline to apply is Monday, February 16, 2015. Job offers will be made by Friday, February 27, 2015, so you will be able to secure your summer job before you depart for Spring Break.

 

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2015 Summer Conference & Event Coordinator

Can’t Imagine Leaving Nashville for the Summer, Don’t!

2015 Summer Conference & Event Coordinator Applications Are Now Available Online

Each May, whether you are ready or not, the residence halls close and you head back home wishing you could stay on campus this summer… Of course you can stay on the Vanderbilt campus this summer making new friends, enjoying Nashville and engaged in one of the best jobs on campus working on the Conference and Event Management Team!

The Vanderbilt University Office of Conferences and the Student Center staff have join forces to create a seamless Conference and Event Management Operation. Our goal is to provide the highest level of customer service in a friendly, efficient, and professional manner. Our Offices serves as guest relations, a liaison between campus facilities and services, and area attractions.

In preparing for the summer of 2015, we are currently seeking highly motivated and personable individuals to continue the tradition of providing exemplary hospitality to our summer conference guests. The Conference & Event Coordinator or CEC is an integral part of the Office of Conferences and the Student Centers staff.  CEC’s are responsible for the daily success of the conference program by responding to the needs of the visiting conference/event groups.  CEC’s are involved in every aspect of the conference; we assist with all details of camp and conference preparation, arrival/departure check-in/outs, housing, conference meals, transportation, and meeting space requirements.

As a gateway to campus for summer guests, the Office of Conferences is proud to host a diverse array of conference groups and summer camps right here on the Vanderbilt campus. Our summer guests include Computer Software Design Camps, Medical Center Symposiums, Teaching Seminars, Business Entrepreneurs, Programs for Talented Youth, Cheer Leading Enthusiasts, athletic sports camps, educational conferences and many more. We also provide accommodations for up to ten weeks to students from around the country participating in local summer internships and medical researchers partake in our Summer Intern Housing Program.

While employed as a Conference and Event Coordinator, you will have the opportunity to gain leadership experience, enhance problem solving skills and serve as an essential member of a dynamic team working together to successfully host conferences and camps at Vanderbilt. The 2015 conference season will run from Monday, May 4, through Sunday, August 2, 2015.

Due to the nature of the position, staff may not hold another job, but can take one summer school class while employed as a Conference & Event Coordinator.

CEC applications and job descriptions are now available on line at Vanderbilt.eRezLife.com. Log on and create an account and sign in for the Conference & Event Coordinator position. Details are available on our website at www.meetatvanderbilt.comor questions will be answered by emailing conferences@vanderbilt.edu or by calling the Office of Conferences at 615.343-6899. The deadline to apply is Monday, February 16, 2015. Job offers will be made by Friday, February 27, 2015, so you will be able to secure your summer job before you depart for Spring Break.

 

A Message from Student Health

This year’s influenza season is expected to be a difficult one, since the flu shot doesn’t have its usual high level of coverage for the circulating influenza viruses.  Therefore, it is extra-important to protect yourself by washing hands frequently and avoiding contact with others who have influenza.

People with flu can spread the virus to others up to about six feet away. Most experts think that flu viruses are spread mainly by droplets made when people with flu cough, sneeze or talk. These droplets can land in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby or possibly be inhaled into the lungs. Less often, a person might also get flu by touching a surface or object that has flu virus on it and then touching their own mouth or nose.

Most healthy adults may be able to infect other people beginning one day before symptoms develop and up to five to seven days after becoming sick. That means that you may be able to pass on flu to someone else before you even know you are sick, as well as while you are sick.

To help minimize the spread of flu, cover your mouth when sneezing or coughing.  Again, wash your hands often and use the Purell dispensers located in various campus locations.

If you believe you have influenza (fever, aches, cough), please call Student Health at 615-322-2427 to make an appointment. Walk-in visits are also available once the appointment slots are all filled.    Starting Tamiflu within 48 hours of your illness can reduce the duration and severity of your symptoms and can help prevent you from spreading the infection as easily to others.

If you have had close contact with a person with influenza (roommate, close friend, significant other) then you can take Tamiflu for prevention.  In order to get this prescription, please message your provider at the Student Health Center via the patient portal at www.myhealthatvanderbilt.com.   If you don’t have access to My Health, you can also call the Student Health Center or walk-in for this preventive medication.

 

For more information about flu prevention, check out this information from the CDC, http://www.cdc.gov/flu/protect/preventing.htm

 

Stay well.