Campus Y News
Volunteers Needed as YMCA Bookfair Rapidly Approaches
Thousands of St. Louis area residents have been finding new friends in old books at the YMCA Bookfair for 34 years, and that tradition continues August 16-21, 2013 at the Kennedy Recreation Complex.
Go to YMCA Bookfair Web page.
SERVING AT THE CAMPUS Y
We are excited to welcome two new Graduate Assistants to the Lindenwood Campus Y. As we began our staffing restructure in the spring of 2013, the Campus Y developed distinct Graduate Assistant positions that will help us better serve our students and in turn better serve the St. Charles Community.
Charles Turner serves as our Special Events Coordinator. In this role Charles works with students planning and implementing all of our semi-annual and annual events such as: Pancake Breakfast, Spooky Saturday, Alternative Service Break (ASB), and Spring into Service. Charles is working toward his Master of Arts Degree in Nonprofit Administration. He previously studied at St. Louis University where he received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in African-American Studies and International Studies. Charles is a passionate and enthusiastic leader and we are happy to welcome him.
Jay Stevens serves as our Community Outreach and Marketing Coordinator. Jay updates and maintains the University’s Community Service Calendar which provides students with various volunteer opportunities throughout the St. Charles area. Jay also works with student leaders to market and recruit volunteers for the Campus Y. Jay is currently pursuing a Master of Science Degree in Health Care Management. He previously studied at University of Missouri Columbia, where he received a Bachelor of Health Sciences. Jay is innovative and is always a team player.