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New overnight trip requirements added, festival volunteers needed

Abby Chesnut

 

On Nov 30, volunteers are needed to help assist the Chargers Cheerleading Squad as they have been invited by the Cobb County Chamber of Commerce to perform at the Marietta Festival of Trees and Christmas Lighting from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., in the Marietta Square. 

For those who are interested, please email [email protected] for more information on how to get involved.

As preparation for spring semester begins, student engagement leaders are looking to revamp student orientation and requirements for overnight student club trips. 

With enrollment increasing, leaders want to make sure that incoming or returning students are informed of all their academic and engagement resources when they attend student orientation.

Overnight trips are a productive way for student clubs and organizations to connect with others and help build their mission.

Student clubs and organizations planning to take overnight trips next semester must submit an overnight trip request form to Student Engagement Coordinator, Clifton Puckett. 

This form will help leaders to understand what are the goals of purposes of trips and how they can affect the growth of student clubs and organizations in the future.

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Savannah Pollocks, News Editor
Savannah Pollocks, a new Lead Editor to the Six Mile Post, is currently 21 years old and resides in South Atlanta. She currently holds the position of a program assistant within the county's recreation department while also being in her third semester at GHC as a Journalism major. After Georgia Highlands, Savannah plans to transfer to Georgia State University to further her studies in Journalism with the goal of becoming an investigative journalist. She hopes that the people she encounters and the wisdom she gains from her work and educational experiences will equip her for that journey. Savannah enjoys reading, traveling, shopping and spending time with her close family and friends. She is also a history buff and loves to learn and talk about anything historical-related, whether it’s politics, entertainment, sports, religion etc. She hopes that her time and service on the Six Mile Post can not only help her in her personal and professional development but also benefit anyone who may happen to read and connect with something she writes.
Abby Chesnut, Online/Social Media/& Visual Arts Editor
Abby Chesnut (She/They) majors in Business Administration and transferred to Kennesaw State University for marketing. A creative mind with a love of animals, she has over 9 years of blogging and social media experience. You can find Abby’s blogs, The Chesnut Mutts and Healing Whiskers on their websites.  

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