University Advancement Is Hiring!

Posted on: January 13th, 2017 by Martha

Can you strike up a conversation with just about anyone? Are you interested in learning more about the University and connecting with alumni?

We’ve got the perfect job for you! University Advancement is hiring Panther Pride Ambassadors for the Spring 2017 calling program.

As a Panther Pride Ambassador, you’ll connect with alumni, share campus events, and help the University raise money for the Fund for Plymouth State.

No experience? No problem! You’ll complete a comprehensive training program before making your first call.

Panther Pride Ambassadors must work a minimum of two calling shifts. Calling shifts are Sunday 5-9 p.m. and Monday-Thursday 6-9 p.m.

If you’re looking for an opportunity to earn $$$, give back to Plymouth State, and build your résumé, we want to talk with you!

Click here to learn more and apply or contact Assistant Director of Annual Giving Brenda Shively ’13 at bmshively@plymouth.edu for more information.

Community Advisor Application for 2017-2018 Academic Year–NOW OPEN

Posted on: January 5th, 2017 by Marissa

Residential Life is looking to hire Community Advisors for the 2017-2018 academic year! We hope you consider applying for this opportunity to gain skills like conflict resolution, crisis management, time management, and to build community and get to know others on campus.

The application, which can be found here, will be open until 11:59pm on Sunday, February 12, 2017.

When you return to campus for the Spring semester, there will be information sessions in each of the halls for you to learn more about what the job entails. You can also read the job description here or ask a current CA or RD for more details.

We wish you the best of luck and thank you for your interest in Residential Life! If you have any questions about the process, please contact your Residence Director or Residential Life at 603-535-2260.

2016-2017 PSU Ski Package Information

Posted on: November 18th, 2016 by Nicole

PSU Community,

Each year the student government works to secure a deal with a local mountain for discounted tickets for the PSU community. This year, three mountains submitted bids and nearly 1,200 students voted. By popular vote the student body selected the package offered by Waterville Valley Resort for our 2016-2017 PSU Ski Package.

(NOTE: Please save this email or bookmark the link below, as it contains all pertinent information regarding the PSU Ski Package at Waterville Valley for the 2016-2017 season.)

Waterville Valley will be announcing their opening day on their webpage soon; you can watch their snow report for more information.

The complete details of the ski package may be found at: www.plymouth.edu/student-government/ski-package/.

Prior to heading to the mountain, please check the eligibility list found on myPlymouth. You can do this by logging in to myPlymouth, selecting the “Services” tab at the top of the page, and looking for the lists under the “General Resources” sub-header. These lists include all undergraduate and graduate students who are currently enrolled in classes, and all faculty and staff currently employed by the University. These lists will change through the season; please be sure to check if your status changes. Lists will be posted and updated by Thanksgiving, before the mountain opens. Any questions regarding the lists can be directed to the Student Activities Office at Student.Activities@Plymouth.edu.

Please be advised that you will not be able to purchase a ticket without TWO forms of photo ID. One of the ID’s MUST be a current Plymouth State University ID. If you do not have a current valid PSU ID, please see the Print Shop/ID Center in the HUB during normal business hours. (M-F 8am-4:30pm)

As a current member of the PSU community, the benefits of the ski package are only applicable to you, but you may purchase a discounted guest ticket. Allowing another person to use your ID to purchase a discounted ticket or misuse of the ski package discounted ticket is against policy and can result in being removed from accessing the benefits of the ski package for the entire ski season. Please see the details of the ski package at the above link for complete details.

Our thanks to the nearly 1,200 students who took the time to vote on the 2016-2017 ski package survey. We hope that you’ll visit our neighbors to the north at Waterville Valley and take advantage of the great snow and affordably priced alpine skiing, nordic skiing, snow boarding, and snow tubing this season.

Mark your calendars for Winter Carnival at Ski Day on Wednesday, February 15, 2017. It’s an annual campus holiday that will be filled with a variety of winter activities this year for everyone to enjoy, as we celebrate the day together as a campus at the mountain.

On behalf of the Student Senate, enjoy the snow!