Ways to be invovled
There are multiple ways Bailey students can become involved in the community. Here are the final events for Fall Semester 2017:
Community Lunch- Work WIth Purpose- Malik Hall
Saturday November 5th (12 pm)
Rm 50, Agriculture Hall
Core Course Share Night
Monday November 21st (6 pm)
Rm 49, Agriculture Hall
Come check out what ANR 210, 310, and 410 are up to this semester. Additionally, this is a potluck Thanksgiving dinner. Please bring your side dish to Room 50 Ag Hall at 5:30.
Senior Share Night- Meshall Al-Wshaq & Bayete Milhomme
Thursday December 1st (6:30 pm)
Rm 50 Agriculture Hall
Engage in YOUR Community!
Bailey Community Council (BCC)
Bailey Community Council (BCC) works collaboratively with the Senior and Student Directors to make decisions involving programming and governance. This semester, the meetings are every other Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Contact Student Director Stephanie Sleda with any questions.
BCC Meeting Dates: September 29, October 13, October 27, November 10, December 1
Bailey Recruitment and Engagement Committee (BREC)
Bailey Recruitment and Engagement Council (BREC) recruits new scholars into Bailey while planning and executing events to welcome them into the community. Contact Alondra Alviso with any questions.
Bailey Service Organization (BSO)
Bailey Service Organization (BSO) is dedicated to finding and crafting service opportunities that build community – not just the Bailey community, but the larger communities Bailey is connected with (MSU, East Lansing, etc.). BSO IS OPEN TO NON-BAILEY SCHOLARS! Contact Josh Prusik with any questions.
Community Lunches (or Brunches)
Food plays an important role within the Bailey community, allowing scholars to enjoy each other’s company while engaging in meaningful dialogue. There will be frequent meals throughout the semester where we welcome guest speakers or gather to discuss community issues. For more information, or to host a Community Lunch, contact the BREC co-convener Pauline Tobias.
Spartans Without Borders – Bailey Belize Service Trip
Each year, the Bailey Scholars Program partners with Spartans Without Borders to host a service learning experience in San Ignacio, Belize. Working with local schools and women’s groups, Bailey Scholars can expect an affirming, joyful experience. To learn more, visit www.baileyconnect.org and hear about past attendee reflections.
If you have an idea about a new way to engage with the community, please contact one of the above student leaders.