The April General Meeting kicked off with the membership voting to pass two new measures, one of which revised the allocation of required volunteer hours (click on ‘Volunteer Hours Proposal’ for more info: Volunteer Hours Proposal) and one of which revised the date on which annual dues are to be paid to align with the placement process.
Andrea Singh gave us a peek at next year’s budget, Sara Olson shared some exciting news about a possible partner for League Locker, and Jennifer Romine reminded us that 2016 JLCU Award nominations are due 05/01/16. Follow the link to nominate someone: Nominate Here!
Illinois State Trooper Tracy Lillard shared her sometimes entertaining, sometimes frightening stories from her career in law enforcement and reminded us all of the importance of motor vehicle safety.
Cynthia Bruno shared research about the psychology of dressing well and the positive impact a professional image can have on your career.
“If you look good, you feel good. If you feel good, you play good. If you play good, they pay good.” – Deion Sanders
Cynthia will be hosting an in-depth two-part class, where she will teach you how to dress to flatter your body, determining what types of clothes look best on you, and looking at your closet like a stylist and building your wardrobe. The classes will be Wednesday April 27th and Wednesday May 4th from 6pm-7pm at 301 W. Green St. in Urbana. $50 will get you entrance into both classes. For more information, or to setup a time that works for you, please contact Cynthia Bruno at email@example.com.
Lastly, members broke off into their respective councils to talk about their experience in League this year and to provide suggestions about how to make League the best it can be going forward! If you were not in attendance, PLEASE take a moment to click on the applicable link below and fill one out for us. This information is extremely important for improving the JLCU member experience. We appreciate your feedback! New Member, 1st and 2nd year actives , Active Members, 3rd – 5th year , Active Members, 6th-7th (or more) years