HESSGA Trip to UFM – AA on 11/10/2017

Bus will pick up UASG members from UA at 8:30AM with Dean of Students, Mr. Hussein Amer.

Bus will head to SIA, and pick up SIASG members with Mr. Charafeddine at about 8:45AM.

Bus will head then to ULA, and pick up ULASG members with Mr. Takkush at about 9:00AM.

9:00 AM Bus will head to UFM Ann Arbor

On the way, we will discuss the following topics:

  • University of Michigan – Ann Arbor
  • What does it mean to go to big universities?
  • What is an ivy league university?
  • Previous issues in Universities.
  • Modern current issues in Universities.

We hope to arrive in Ann Arbor at 10AM.

The first stop will be:

10AM  GROUP A: School of Engineering:

Anna will be your tour leader for the Michigan Engineering tour next Friday, November 10th at 10am. She will meet your group at the Pierpont Commons Main Information Desk (North Campus Student Union). She will end the tour at 11am in the same location. (Tour arranged by Kara)

 

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11AM GROUP A: Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning

 

Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning is located at 2000 Bonisteel Boulevard, Ann Arbor, MI 48109.  There is parking behind the building off of Fuller Rd. You will see a blue and white “Art + Architecture Building” sign next to the entrance of the parking lot. Maps and directions are available at http://campusinfo.umich.edu/building-search/building/16/art-architecture-building.When you arrive, please call my office phone 734-764-1649 5 minutes before you arrive so I can meet you outside when the bus pulls up to direct you where to park the bus in the lot. (Greg)

 

10AM GROUP B: STAMPS SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN

 

Information for seniors:

Informal portfolio reviews are done digitally to help you prepare for your formal portfolio submission. Curate your portfolio to include your strongest 10-12 pieces, and submit via email to stamps-portfolios@umich.edu. We will respond to your email and provide informal feedback within 10 business days.

11:45 Bus will pick us up from same location and take us to student union.

12:00PM Meeting with CSG and Nadine Jawad

1:00 PM LUNCH in FOOD COURT – Michigan Union

1:45 PM start moving

2:00 PM GROUP C: School of Music and Theater

We can accommodate your group of 10 for a student-lead tour at 2:00pm. The tour of both buildings takes about an hour. Please come to this address:

E.V. Moore Building
1100 Baits Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2085

Please enter through the entrance off of the large drop-off loop adjacent to the parking lot. We will meet you inside that entrance and bring the students back there when the tour is finished.

The SMTD Admissions Team

University of Michigan

School of Music, Theatre & Dance

Office of Admissions

P: 734.764.0593

F: 734.763.5097


2:00 PM GROUP D: ROSS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Arrival & Check-in (1:30-2:00 p.m.)

701 Tappan Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Blau Building (B1580)

High School Information Session (2:00-3:00 p.m.)

Ross School of Business Tour (3:00-3:30 p.m.)

Departure (3:30 p.m.)

Additional Sources:

https://michiganross.umich.edu/about/visit

3:30 PM DEPART BACK TO SCHOOLS

 

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HESSGA Leadership Field Trip Rescheduled to September 2017

Due to the busy schedule at the end of the year of many student government members, including many school activities that are taking place, the HESSGA leadership training field trip to West Bloomfield Adventure Park will be rescheduled to September 28, 2017.

For those who paid their field trip fees, it will be refunded to you.  A new application process will be initiated next September of 2017.

For any questions, please contact Mr. Charafeddine at wcharafeddine@hesedu.com.

Ideas to Discuss for Student Government

Homelessness Awareness Overnight Event

Canned Food Drive

Plant a Tree

Student’s Choice Awards

Leadership development conferences for officers

Distinguished alumni dinner

City-wide talent show

Neighborhood Carnival

Shred-a-thon: Document and ‘e-waste’ recycling

Lemonade Stand Fundraiser at Sporting Events

Suggestion Box

Lunchtime Quiz Challenge

School history displays around campus

International Food Fair

Tutoring program for middle and elementary students

City council presentation

State capitol lobbying trip

Charity Fun-Walk / Run

Making memorial ribbons for city/national causes

Career Fair

Golf Tournament

Collect books for community library or non-profit

Penny / Change (Coin) Drives

Penny jar collection to vote for favorite teacher

Open Gym and Game Nights

Free throw contest / Field goal contest during halftime

Host a water station for a community marathon, bike race

Car Wash & Bake Sale

Invite police to speak about safety and present demonstrations

Graffiti removal

Trash clean-up day

Clean up Veteran’s Memorial

Attend City Council Meeting

Establish a College Scholarship

Student Awards Assembly

Install Solar Panels

Host a Blood Drive

After-Prom Party – Safe zone from midnight to 5 a.m.

Create a Hall of Fame – community, members, athletes, students

Parade Float

Host a Mobile Health Clinic

Lunch ‘n’ Learn – Free lunch workshops for students

Slam Poetry Night

Restructure Student Government

Revamp School Website

Rotating Time Capsules

Source: http://www.studentcouncilpro.com/student-council-ideas.html