Just a reminder, Human Resources continues to make available staff development funds that support a variety of work-related activities to improve employee job skills. More detailed information can be found on the attached application http://www.miis.edu/media/view/30435/original/staff_development_fund.docx or on the HR web page: http://www.miis.edu/offices/humanresources/employee.
Funds allocated for staff development are limited and applications go through an approval process. Please do not make financial commitments until you receive an approval notification from HR. The maximum amount an employee may request is $1,250, though typical requests should be in the range of $500 to $750.
We hope you take advantage of this excellent opportunity for meeting staff development needs. If you have any questions about this benefit, please do not hesitate to contact me.
R. Michael Ulibarrí, SPHR
Human Resources Manager
Monterey Institute of International Studies
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Check out 3 group fitness classes being offered at Z Club Fitness this semester, FREE for MIIS staff & faculty: Zumba, POUND, and Corebar! Visit go.miis.edu/zumba for schedule and descriptions! Starts 8/26.
MIIS Days at the Monterey Sports Center
The Monterey Sports Center will be offering FREE admission for MIIS staff & faculty all day on on August 28th, 29th & 30th. MIIS ID required.
Ever wanted to wait out the traffic after work but were at a loss for something to do while you waited. Well, SeeMonterey.com can help with this dilemna. This website has listings for different attractions, things to do, insider tips for enjoying the outdoors, restaurants, and food and wine events. Click and enjoy! http://www.seemonterey.com/ Below are pictures of different venues around the peninsula that feature some of the events and activities that Monterey has to offer.
Here are some helpful links to some of the Middlebury sites that you might find useful.
Trish Aportela, Administrative Assistant, GSTILE-Language and Professional Programs
Trish works in the Language and Professional Programs (LPP) office and spends her time providing administrative support to the LPP team. Trish works directly with students to provide pre-arrival information, including student housing, tuition payments, textbooks, etc. Trish is a Salinas native and returned to the area after graduating from CSU, Sacramento in 2012. In her off time she enjoys going to the beach, spending time with her family and eating out with friends.
Maria Osorio – Student Services Associate, Student Services
Maria works in the Office of Student Services, helping students with the non-academic side of things. She provides assistance with housing, health and wellness, on-campus and local resources and all aspects of student life. She is involved closely with New Student Orientation and student life programming – helping to organize useful and fun activities. She enjoys interacting with students and contributing to positive experiences. Maria is a Monterey native and graduated from UC Davis in 2010 with a degree in Sociology. She also spent a year abroad in France and is in love with French culture!
In her spare time, Maria enjoys speaking Spanish and French, traveling, cooking, live music, spending time with family and friends and enjoying the outdoors.
Lauren Patron, Dean’s Assistant, Graduate School of International Policy and Management
Lauren Patron-Castro is the Dean’s Assistant for the Graduate School of International Policy and Management. Lauren holds a B.A. in Human Communications with a concentration in Journalism and Media Studies and a minor in Tele-dramatic Arts and Technology from CSU Monterey Bay. Her professional experience encompasses various administrative roles in diverse educational and non-profit settings, including two years of service with the AmeriCorps program, Public Allies Silicon Valley.
Lauren’s role on campus allows her to serve as the face of the GSIPM School, providing support for faculty, staff, and students on a variety of different needs. If you should have any questions in regards to the department and its policies, Lauren is a great resource and would love to speak with you. When not on campus, Lauren enjoys spending time with friends and family, playing board games, going to the movies, and finding new creative projects to complete.
Angie Quesenberry, Dean’s Assistant, Graduate School of Translation, Interpretation and Language Education
Catherine Snapp, Admissions Officer, Admissions Office
Catherine has worked as an Admissions Officer since August 2011. She is part of the Admissions Team that processes the graduate studies applications for admission. She graduated from the University of California, Irvine with a Bachelor’s Degree in English. She was born in Carmel and has returned home to the Monterey Peninsula after working at CHOC Children’s Hospital of Orange County as an Administrative Assistant in the Information Systems Department. When not at work, she enjoys gardening, reading, going to the movies and out to dinner with friends and family.