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CHANGE IN PAYROLL DEADLINE FOR BW14 (check date 7/06/18)

CHANGE IN PAYROLL DEADLINE FOR BW14

Please read the following change to the time entry/approval deadline for BW14 (pay date 07/06/18). This change is required to accommodate for the July 4th holiday1. Note: this is a change to the time entry/approval deadline only; there is NO change to the pay date.

Pay period BW14 (06/18/18 – 07/01/18):

  • Deadline for submitting AND approving time – Monday, 07/02/18 12:00pm
  • Paychecks and direct deposits issued and dated – Friday, 07/06/18

 

1July 4th is a federal holiday and a floating holiday for the College. The Payroll and Human Resources Offices will be closed that day. Payroll processing must be accelerated to accommodate for the closed day.

Please inform all your staff of this change in the payroll schedule

Thank you,

Payroll/Human Resources

 

Middlebury College Center for Community Engagement seeks 2018-2019 AmeriCorps VISTA member

The Center for Community Engagement is seeking a 2018-2019 AmeriCorps VISTA member to join our team and we would love if you could share this announcement with your networks including graduating college seniors, recent alumni, or other individuals who might be interested in spending a year of service to work with college students and local youth!

Do you love working with and for kids?  Interested in social justice work at the youth development level? Come join the Middlebury College Center for Community Engagement (CCE) as a Vermont Youth Tomorrow AmeriCorps VISTA member in Middlebury, Vermont! This VISTA supports youth and mentoring programs advised by the CCE by offering guidance on best practices to groups, deepening relationships with community partners, providing volunteer screening and support, and more!
We seek a motivated and compassionate individual for a one-year position beginning August 2018 to work closely with the CCE team and help coordinate eight youth and mentoring programs advised by our office. More information here. Feel free to contact CCE Program Director Ashley Laux, alaux@middlebury.edu with any questions.

Retirement Transitions

Individuals who end employment after having worked for Middlebury in a benefits-eligible status for a minimum of ten years past the age of forty-five qualify as “Middlebury Retirees”.

 

Name Type Retirement Date Department
James Schamber Staff 3/23/2018 Public Safety
Mary Backus Staff 4/3/2018 Information Technology Services
Lisa Ayers Staff 4/20/2018 Events Management
Christopher Ayers Staff 4/20/2018 Facilities Services
Cheryl LeBlanc Staff 5/4/2018 Student Financial Services

Latest News from the Office of Digital Learning & Inquiry

Featured image by Faustin Tuyambaze on Unsplash

The Office of Digital Learning & Inquiry (DLINQ) has an active blog and website. Catch up here on recent news and updates in case you missed them:

A Few Evergreen Posts

DLINQ posts a weekly blog series published on Tuesdays newly re-launched as “The Dirt!” where you will find updates on the projects, news, and developments from staff in our Middlelbury, Vermont and Monterey, California based offices. We invite you to subcribe to blog updates, visit our “About” page to learn about our mission and our January 2018 launch. Explore our “People” and “Projects” pages where you will find descriptions and links to our areas of work, and learn how to connect with us.

Featured image by Faustin Tuyambaze on Unsplash

Workshop: Managing Transitions: Making the Most of Change

Managing Transitions: Making the Most of Change

Facilitated by: Sheila Cameron

For many of us, change is a consistent part of our work lives, whether taking on a new job, learning a new system, or re-tooling how we do things.  Sometime change is easy, and other times it is difficult and does not seem to take hold.

In their book, “Managing Transitions: Making the Most of Change”, William and Susan Bridges provide a helpful model that addresses change and transition, along with proven strategies that can help us manage the process successfully.

 In this workshop, we will:

  • Explore the connection between change and transition
  • Learn strategies to successfully move through the change and transition process
  • Identify ways to support others through the change and transition process
  • Adopt proactive approaches to managing and leading change

**All participants will be offered a copy the book “Making the Most of Change, by William and Susan Bridges” **

Click here to register for one of four workshop choices – locations on our Vermont Campus “to be determined”:

  • Thursday May 17, 2018          9:00 am -12:00 in Axinn 229
  • Wednesday June 27, 2018      1:00 pm – 4:00
  • Wednesday July 11, 2018       9:00 am – 12:00
  • Thursday August 9, 2018        1:00 pm – 4:00

 

 

Latest News from the Office of Digital Learning & Inquiry

Photo by Mark Koch on Unsplash

The Office of Digital Learning & Inquiry (DLINQ) has an active blog and website. Catch up here on recent news and updates in case you missed them:

A Few Evergreen Posts

DLINQ posts a weekly blog series published on Tuesdays newly re-launched as “The Dirt!” where you will find updates on the projects, news, and developments from staff in our Middlelbury, Vermont and Monterey, California based offices. We invite you to subcribe to blog updates, visit our “About” page to learn about our mission and our January 2018 launch. Explore our “People” and “Projects” pages where you will find descriptions and links to our areas of work, and learn how to connect with us.

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