NDA Alumnae tell their story as a local immigrant family who left China 50 years ago in pursuit of the American dream
NDA alumnae, Susanna Wong Burgess and Angela Wong Miller were recently featured guests on WVXU’s Cincinnati Edition You learn more about the Wong family’s journey to America and how their restaurant, Oriental Wok, celebrates their cultural heritage and creates community through food here:
Duke Energy to host leadership and energy career fair for young women
Duke Energy is set to host a leadership and energy career fair for high school junior and senior girls interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
This one-day camp on June 23 will be full of discovery through hands-on activities and panel discussions led by successful women leaders at Duke Energy.
Careers opportunities to be explored include Electric Distribution Designer, Electric Field Worker, Electric GIS Technologist, Engineer with electric or gas, Gas Distribution Designer, Gas Field Worker and Gas Mapping Technician.
Apply by May 5 at s.alchemer.com.
SND 4th of July Festival
Don’t miss the Sisters of Notre Dame’s 101st 4th of July Festival on Tuesday, July 4 from 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
This year’s event features:
Features of this year’s Festival include:
- Food trucks, pizza, beer, and soft drinks
- Live entertainment
- Children Games, Raffles, and Online Silent Auction
- 4th of July Market, Grand Raffle
You can find out more about the festival HERE.
Spring is here and it is time for Spring Cleaning! The Sisters of Notre Dame are in need of items for their 101st Annual 4th of July Festival. We are looking for services, sports items, jewelry, gift certificates, antiques, anything you can think of! Re-gift to the sisters! If you have items that you would like to donate, please call Margie at 859-392-8229 or email email@example.com. Items can be dropped off during the day at 1601 Dixie Hwy in Park Hills or arrangements can be made for pickup. Thank You.
Intern in SND Mission Advancement Department
The Sisters of Notre Dame Mission Advancement Intern is primarily responsible in helping carry out the needs that advance the mission of the Sisters of Notre Dame. As a development-based role, this primarily includes administrative duties, communication and media creating and event assistance. Qualified applicants will have strong administration, communication, and organization skills. This is an internship working up to 40 hours/week over the summer.
Our Mission Advancement Intern is primarily responsible in helping carry out the needs that advance the mission of the Sisters of Notre Dame. As a development-based role, this primarily includes administrative duties, communication and media creating and event assistance. Qualified applicants will have strong administration, communication, and organization skills. This is an internship working up to 40 hours/week over the summer.
If interested, contact
Assistant Director of HR, SND USA
firstname.lastname@example.org | Office: 859.392.8101
Positions Available for Students and Parents
Mailwise Solutions is a family owned and operated business in Northern Kentucky. We design, print, and direct mail menus/postcards for restaurants throughout the United States.
We are looking for NDA students and parents to help with our everyday tasks! We currently have positions open in Accounting, Editing, Proofreading, Warehouse and other administrative tasks throughout the office.
We offer very flexible hours, honest pay and an opportunity to gain experience in many different fields.
To learn more about us, see us on Facebook and LinkedIn. If you have any interest please call Kevin Slaughter at 859-468-7277 to schedule an interview.
House Bill 174 – Pro-Educational Choice Constitutional Amendment
Representative Josh Calloway has filed the Students First Amendment (House Bill 174) which would put a pro-educational choice constitutional amendment on the ballot for Kentucky voters to decide. If passed, it would allow the General Assembly to support all Kentucky students, regardless of whether they attend a public or a non-public school.
The Students First Amendment is needed due to a Kentucky Supreme Court decision that blocked the state legislature from passing educational choice programs. Even worse, the Court’s decision was so broad that it could lay the groundwork for overturning existing programs used by Kentucky families, such as public bus transportation for non-public school students.
If you believe that all families in Kentucky deserve support when it comes to educating their children, please contact your state representative and leave a message asking him or her to co-sponsor and pass House Bill 174. You can leave a message by phone Monday through Friday by calling 1-800-372-7181. You can also email your state representative by clicking here.
Thank you for your advocacy on behalf of Kentucky students.
Are you aware of the Education Opportunity Account(EOA) program? Under the program, an eligible family can apply for assistance to cover educational expenses ranging from textbooks, uniforms, transportation, and tutoring, and in certain instances, tuition at non-public schools.These additional resources can help your student not only succeed in the classroom today, but also help them prepare for a bright future ahead. Visit www.educateky.com to learn more about the program and to sign-up for the latest updates. Once the program is available, you will receive an alert on how to apply. Even if you are not currently eligible based on your family income or county of residence, consider signing up for updates anyways. Legislation has been filed to expand the program to more families and being on our email list ensures that you are among the first to know of changes to eligibility. Please reach out to email@example.com if you have any questions about this program
Seeking Lower Tuition Payments?
Parishioners of St. Thomas (POST) is a non-profit group based in St. Thomas Parish, Fort Thomas, that provides opportunities to school families to reduce tuition costs or for parish members to meet personal tithing goals by working Reds and Bengals games. Any family member of a Diocese of Covington parish or school is eligible to participate. Training is necessary. For more information, contact Oak Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org.