CPC is looking for members. To learn more about what being a CPC member is all about, please read this article at SOURCE. For more information and to apply, learn how to become a CPC representative here. The council represents CSU State Classified employees on issues such as raises, parking, work-life balance, supervisor training, employee recognition, and members contribute to many university committees across campus.
CPC Seeking Volunteers for CPC and University Committees
If CPC membership seems like too much of a commitment but you want to get more involved, we need volunteers to participate in CPC committees and University committees. Contact email@example.com if you are interested!
The Rams Against Hunger Food Pantry
Rams Against Hunger offers a menu of services that support students, faculty and staff experiencing food insecurity. Services include a food pantry, a meal-swipe program, pocket pantries, and in-person assistance with navigating federal aid eligibility. Find out more about RAH Programs and Services and see the RAH Resource Map.
Location: General Services Building, 1251 S. Mason St., Fort Collins, CO 80523.
Colorado State Employee Assistance Program Offerings
- Check out our newly released line-up of CSEAP webinars as well as personal and professional growth opportunities!
- Visit our CSEAP meditation page for newly updated meditations and guided imagery!
- For more information about CSEAP and your available EAP benefits, visit – https://cseap.colorado.gov/
- 24-hour live crisis support is available by calling CSEAP at 303-866-4314.
DAY IN THE LIFE
Day in the Life: Peggy Stoltenberg
A typical workday for Peggy Stoltenberg could encompass just about anything.
She sits at the front desk in the Northeast Regional Engagement Center on a busy corner in downtown Sterling. Many people see the CSU sign and walk in to ask a variety of random questions, such as, “How can I get an opossum out of my attic?”
More often, people wander into the Engagement Center because they are new to town looking for resources, connections or education — or they are longtime residents, also looking for resources, connections or education.
“Which is great,” says Stoltenberg, “because THAT is what my work is all about: making connections and building relationships.”
Day in the Life: Jeremy Dawson
Jeremy Dawson has worked as a CSU State Classified employee for 21 years, and for the last 14 of them, he has led the Access, Resource, Compliance (ARC) team for Parking and Transportation Services (PTS).
“There is no typical day for me,” he says. “Each day brings its own set of challenges.”
Day in the Life: Adam Redavid
If you could travel anywhere, where would you go? Adam Redavid, assistant manager for the Braiden Dining Center answered, “I’d love to go to Rome, or Tokyo or New Orleans — any city known for amazing food, really — and just spend a week or two immersing myself in the history, culture, and of course the cuisine!”
This response is fitting. Redavid is a State Classified employee in Residential Dining Services where he served as a cook for the past six years — and in July became assistant manager.
Day in the Life: Kristine Kofron
Kristine Kofron, who has been a CSU state classified employee for 20 years, is the blood bank manager for the Small Animal Blood Bank at the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Read the entire story on SOURCE!
Day in the Life of Adrian Macdonald: Department of Statistics by day, Leadville 100 winner by night
Meet Adrian Macdonald, chair of the Classified Personnel Council (CPC). As the FY22 CPC Chair, Macdonald serves as a council spokesperson, leads the council’s monthly meetings and meets with Colorado State University and state leaders to advocate for improved work experiences for State Classified employees. Read the entire story on SOURCE!