November Members Meeting

ATTN Inver Hills Community College students: we hope to see you TODAY at our Phi Theta Kappa November Members Meeting! It is at 1 pm in CC117.

The following items are on our agenda:
-Introductions
-What is Phi Theta Kappa?
-College Project update and workshop
-Honors in Action update
-More ways to be involved (December members meeting, scholarships, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Founder’s Day, fellowship events)

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Discount

It’s not too late to use this discount code when you’re checking out at the Phi Theta Kappa Store! Phi Theta Kappa Founders Day is November 19th! Use the discount code FOUNDERS to get 20% off your purchase from now until November 24th. If you’re interested in our PTK shirt, let us know! We still have an assortment of sizes left in our office, but we are placing a LAST CHANCE ADDITIONAL PIECE ORDER. You must contact Kayla ASAP to get a shirt.

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Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween from Alpha Omicron Beta! We hope you have a fun and safe Halloween. A reminder that we are having a fellowship event tomorrow at Scream Town in Chaska and we would love for you to join us.

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Minn-kota Region Survey

Inver Hills Community College students – do you have time to complete a quick 10 question survey? The Minn-Kota Region of Phi Theta Kappa is running a study and asking for your input. The survey is titled “The Emoji Survey.”

Emojis are embedding themselves in our conversations and they are increasing in context and popularity. In a world of increased competition and transparency, it is vital that we maintain professionalism in key areas of our lives. We are expected to know where emojis are appropriate as our technology continues to evolve.

Click here to take the survey: http://bit.ly/emojisurvey

Thank you for your time!

Upcoming Event!

Transfer of Memory is a touring exhibition of portraits and accompanying stories of Minnesota Holocaust survivors. The exhibit features 47 portraits of survivors living—or who lived—in Minnesota.

Phi Theta Kappa is proud to be a part of such an insightful project. We would like to invite you to the opening reception, Tuesday, November 3rd from 6:30-8:30 pm. This exhibit will be open throughout November.

For more information please visit: https://ezine.inverhills.edu/blog/transfer-of-memory-exhibit/ or http://transferofmemory.org/

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