Climate Survey: Kent State Employee Wins Weekend Getaway
Kent State University employee Angela Bertka, special assistant in the Office of General Counsel, has won a weekend getaway after entering to win a thank-you gift for completing the Kent State Climate Survey. Bertka will win her choice of Amish Country, Cleveland, Geneva-on-the-Lake or Kalahari.
Samantha Keshock, a student at Kent State University at Salem, won her choice of a $250 Amazon or Kent State University Bookstore gift card. Five other students from Kent State University at Trumbull and the Kent Campus each won $50 bookstore gift cards. All students who complete the survey and enter the drawings will earn FLASHperks and can enter to win a second $250 Amazon or Kent State University Bookstore gift card. Five $50 gift cards also will be awarded to students each week.
Another Chance to Win a Weekend Getaway
Kent State faculty and staff have the opportunity to win a second weekend getaway as a thank-you gift for completing the survey if they opt to enter the drawings. Employees who already have completed the survey and opted to enter the drawing will have another chance to win this second weekend getaway. There also will be weekly drawings for Kent State theatre and sports tickets. The survey will close on April 5, but completing it early increases your chances of earning the thank-you gifts.
Employees can choose if they want their names announced or not for winning a thank-you gift.
About the Kent State Climate Survey
The Kent State University Climate Survey will assess the university’s climate and is your opportunity to share your experience living, learning and working at Kent State. Your participation is confidential.
Our voices count! Add your voice by completing the Kent State Climate Survey.
Read Kent State University President Beverly Warren’s letter to the university community.
Learn more about the Climate Study at www.kent.edu/voices.
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