Slope Day

Final call for Slope Day volunteers

Last chance to volunteer for Slope Day, May 11: the volunteer website will close first thing Monday morning, May 8 at 9 a.m.

Volunteers are still needed to provide support and care for their fellow Cornellians and can select from among a variety of duties and opportunities:

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Slope Day volunteers still needed

Slope Day logo

Volunteers are still needed for Slope Day, May 7, to provide support and care for fellow Cornellians. Your job will not be to police the slope, just to help make the day safe, relaxing and enjoyable for everyone. Volunteers significantly contribute to the success of this event.

Staff and faculty volunteers are needed for shifts that begin at different times throughout the day. You can select from a number of “Level 2” volunteer duties. The length of the commitment will vary depending upon the volunteer position selected.

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Slope Day volunteers needed

Slope Day logo

Slope Day is May 7, and volunteers are needed to help with this annual event. As a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to provide support and care for your fellow Cornellians. Your job will not be to police the slope, just to help make the day safe, relaxing and enjoyable for everyone. Volunteers significantly contribute to the success of this event.

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Slope Day moves to day after classes end

Photo: Libe Slope on Slope Day

Slope Day 2014 will be held Thursday, May 8. Changes in the 2013-14 academic calendar allowed the date change, and holding the event on Thursday eliminates conflict with academic classes. Thursday may also benefit the artist selection process and will save on overtime pay costs, said Lee K. Singer ’14, executive chair of the Slope Day Programming Board.

Volunteers still needed for Slope Day

Libe Slope, Cornell

Slope Day, slated for May 3, needs volunteers to provide support and care for their fellow Cornellians.

The task of volunteers is not to police Libe Slope, but to help ensure that the last day of classes is safe, relaxing and enjoyable.

Volunteers may select from among a variety of duties and two shift lengths. Volunteers are needed for four-hour shifts (so-called level 2 volunteers) and to a lesser extent, for two-hour shifts (level 1 volunteers). Volunteers can choose from a variety of duties.

Pay practices for Slope Day

Volunteers needed for Cornell Slope Day, May 3

Libe Slope

Slope Day, slated for May 3, needs volunteers to provide support and care for their fellow Cornellians.

The task of volunteers is not to police Libe Slope, but to help ensure that the last day of classes is safe, relaxing and enjoyable.

Volunteers may select from among a variety of duties and two shift lengths. Volunteers are needed for four-hour shifts (so-called level 2 volunteers) and to a lesser extent, for two-hour shifts (level 1 volunteers). Volunteers can choose from a variety of duties.

Reminders: Volunteers still needed for Slope Day and Commencement

Slope Day

Volunteers are still needed for Slope Day, which will be held May 4, for four-hour and two-hour shifts that begin at various times throughout the day.

Volunteers can also select among volunteer duties. All staff/faculty volunteers are asked to submit an on-line application, at http://www.slopeday.cornell.edu.

Volunteers should plan to attend one of the training sessions found on the application.

Volunteer opportunities for Cornell employees

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University Hearing and Review Boards

The University Assembly and its Codes and Judicial Committee are now accepting applications for service on the University Hearing and Review Boards (the UHRB). The UHRB are a pool of students, staff and faculty who serve on the panels that hear, review and determine the outcome of alleged violations of the Campus Code of Conduct investigated by the Office of the Judicial Administrator. 

Volunteer opportunities for Cornell employees

University Hearing and Review Boards

The University Assembly and its Codes and Judicial Committee are now accepting applications for service on the University Hearing and Review Boards (the UHRB). The UHRB are a pool of students, staff and faculty who serve on the panels that hear, review and determine the outcome of alleged violations of the Campus Code of Conduct investigated by the Office of the Judicial Administrator.

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