Joyful Moments We wish you and your families a very blessed and joyful Christmas season. At Carroll, we believe the moments we share make us who we are. We hope you enjoy our holiday video which celebrates our students and our special moments of 2016. Merry Christmas from all of us at Carroll College.
Giving Moments As 2016 draws to a close, we would like to thank you for considering Carroll College for a year-end charitable gift. Your 2016 year-end gift to Carroll College is an investment in quality education and the formation of character. To ensure that your gift is posted in the 2016 calendar year, please visit www.carroll.edu/give for details.For specific information on making a stock transfer, click here.Our staff will be available through the end of the year to assist with any questions or concerns you may have with your 2016 charitable gift. Please contact Associate Vice President for Advancement Candie Cain at (406) 447-4388 and email@example.com or Senior Director of Development and Campaign Manager Dan Minor at (406) 447-5528 and firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your generosity now and always!
Picture Perfect Moments Junior Mary Wray from Garden City, Idaho, is this week's winner of our photo contest. Mary captured an amazing sunset behind campus for our Campus Beauty category. View all of our winning photographs online atwww.carroll.edu/photocontest.
Saints in Service
The Financial Aid and Admission staff chose the Helena Area Habitat for Humanity as their winter service project this year. The crew of 17 spent the afternoon painting a four bedroom, two bath home in East Helena. Helena Area Habitat for Humanity builds simple, decent and affordable homes for families living in the Helena Area with low incomes. This small act of kindness will bring much joy to a wonderful, deserving family this spring.
The Carroll Men’s Basketball team volunteered with the Salvation Army this week to pack Christmas season food boxes to be distributed to families in need throughout Lewis and Clark County. The team also helped transport toys from the US Marine Corps’ Toys for Tots program. “It’s so impressive to what [these organizations] are able to accomplish,” said Coach Carson Cunningham, “We’re grateful to be able to give back a little bit during the Christmas season.”
Saints in the News
There has been a spate of building projects on Carroll’s campus this year. The Helena IR recently visited campus to take a tour of the new buildings and remodeled spaces. Read about their visit here:Carroll College experiencing building boom
After 24 years as a Lewis & Clark County commissioner, Mike Murray ’64 made the decision not to file for re-election and instead make time for retirement with his wife, Helen ‘64. The Helena IR met with him a week before cleaning out his office for the last time. Here is the story: A constant in county government about to change
Carroll lost a true friend of the college when William “Bill” Joseph Lannan passed away on December 9, 2016. Bill was a 1954 graduate of Carroll and the college was always near and dear to his heart. Bill started Carroll's 3-2 engineering program while teaching in the engineering department and after a long career with the Guaranteed Student Loan Program, came back to Carroll to reestablish Carroll's golf program, serving as coach until his retirement. Bill and his wife, Gayle, were faithful fans of Carroll athletics and fed many of our football players over the years. Bill was always so proud to share that Carroll College was his alma mater and the college, in turn, was so proud of Bill and how eloquently he lived out our motto “Not for School, but for Life.”
Robie Marcoux '97, Supervisor of the Home and Community-Based Waiver Programs at Lewis and Clark Public Health, Helena, MT – read announcement here.
Christine Renay Mariana '80 – read more about her life here.
Employment at Carroll
Have you ever thought about working at Carroll? You should, we are pretty nice folks at a pretty great place. Check out our current openings.
Featured Job: Coordinator of Internships and Undergraduate Research – Like working with students? Eager to match businesses with talented undergrads? The Career Services office is looking for an experienced coordinator to develop and promote internships and undergraduate research opportunities for our students. Bring your strong communication skills and organizational aptitude and join us at Carroll.
Winter Break, Dec. 14-Jan. 16 Carroll College will be on Winter break from Wednesday, December 14 through Monday, January 16. Administrative offices will be closed December 23 – January 2. Insider will resume on January 6. Happy Holidays!