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Month: May 2015

Step Up on Dillo Day

For Dillo Day 2015, student group Mayfest has five standout mainstage artists lined up to make this Saturday’s lakefill music festival “rain or shine” the best one yet. Along with the standard Dillo Day essentials like wristbands, fanny packs, and a positive attitude in the face of Evanston’s shifty weather, students need to remember one more thing: be ready to Step Up on Dillo Day.

Step Up, a bystander intervention training program implemented at Northwestern in 2013, seeks to equip students with the power to help in a variety of situations through the one-time, 45-minute to hour-long sessions.

SAIT Work-Study Students Turned SAIT Staff

This post is part of a series focusing on Student Affairs work-study students who became full-time Student Affairs employees. SAIT User Support Specialists Cameron LeCrone and Harry Seong are featured in this post. 

When Harry Seong was a junior Biology major at Northwestern, he started a work-study job at Student Affairs Information Technology. While he liked fixing computers at home, he had little knowledge on SAIT when he began the job.

He quickly started picking up skills while on the job on technology and client service.