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Tuesday, September 6, 2016

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Worldwide Suicide Prevention Week

Contact: Asia Wong · awong@loyno.edu

At Loyola, we are requesting that everyone leave a lighted tea candle (electronic) in their windows on Friday, September 9, to show their commitment to suicide prevention, to represent their support to persons who are suffering, and to mourn those lost to suicide. We will also be distributing information on how to recognize and help students at risk. If you wish to participate, please send an email with your name, building and office number to Asia Wong at awong@loyno.edu and a tea light will be delivered to your office.
 
Tea lights, magnets with the counselor on-call info and suicide prevention info cards are also being distributed to all on-campus residents. All first year students, and all on-campus upperclassmen are participating in Depression Awareness and Suicide Prevention presentations with our Health Advocates, (a student-to-student peer educator program).
 
Other events/ways to help:
 
  • Take the pledge: Print out and sign this pledge to show your commitment to stopping suicide. Post it in your office. If you prefer to sign in-person, we will be at a table in the Danna Student Center September 6 - September 9.
     
  • Take Solace/Give Solace - September 6 - September 9, One Loyola Room, Danna Student Center, First Floor

    Open participation piece
    We encourage  members of the Loyola community to write or draw words or images of comfort, love, encouragement and solace for themselves and each other. What keeps you going? What do you wish you could say to help someone else? Post your words and images  to share with others, and feel free to take with you any pieces that resonate for you.
     
  • Post to your social media. We ask members of the Loyola community to send messages of support, hope, love, faith and encouragement,  as well as sharing resources and place to go for help, reasons to keep going, personal stories, how to get help and offers of help. #loynocares, @loynocares. Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LoynoCompassions/

     
  • Participate in training on how to recognize and respond to students in distress. For more info contact Roger White (rwhite@loyno.edu) or Ross Matthews (rdmatthe@loyno.edu)
 
Questions? Need more resources? Visit the University Counseling Center website for more information.

Alliance for Affordable Energy Information Table

Time: 11:30 am to 1:30 pm

Contact: Elise Walter · ewalter@loyno.edu · 504-865-3860

Location: 1st Floor Danna Student Center

The Alliance for Affordable Energy will be on-campus recruiting for interns. Drop by their information table on the 1st Floor of the Danna Student Center to learn more about the organization, their opportunities, and the the best way to apply. 

The Alliance for Affordable Energy promotes fair, affordable, environmentally responsible energy. In order to achieve our mission, the Alliance has three programs: Clean EnergyConsumer Protection and Education, and Energy Efficiency. To learn more, visit their website: http://all4energy.org/ 

The Alliance for Affordable Energy will be on-campus recuiting for the following:
Communications Internship
Job Description:
 Maintain facebook and social media outlets. Update social media outlets with any energy policy updates. 
- Develop blog posts pertaining to current events (renewable energy, energy efficiency, consumer advocacy, etc.) 
- Attend community outreach events 
- Maintain Constant Contact software 
- Maintain media hits email account 
- Log media hits pertaining to AAE or energy efficiency news, save media hits as PDF documents in appropriate folders. 
- Outreach to AAE members about upcoming events, follow up with community members in regards to AAE events 
- Share AAE news with other non-profits and news outlets 
- Live tweet during LPSC and City Council meetings.