Monthly Archives: February 2016

Upcoming Black History Month Events

Taste of History – Spoken Word Event
“Celebrating and Honoring Black Voices”
Thursday, February 25
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
TLC Building 3rd Floor Library

Underground Railroad Tour
Friday, February 26
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Where Spirit Rides
Wednesday, March 2
4:30 p.m.
LCC Black Box Theatre (Room 168 Gannon Building)
Followed by reception and discussion in The Centre for Engaged Inclusion (252.04 Gannon Building)

Visit lcc.edu/blackhistorymonth for details.

The Early College at LCC – Academic State Champ

Congratulations to The Early College at LCC for being selected as one of the 44 “Academic State Champions” for 2015 in Michigan by Bridge Magazine. The schools selected represent the top 5 percent of nearly 770 public high schools statewide. The Early College at LCC is a three year program for students entering their junior year of high school that are looking for an opportunity to move into a college environment. Students can earn up to 60 college credits, tuition free. Given the costs of tuition, that is a savings of $25,000 – $50,000. You can read more about the award and schools selected at:
http://bridgemi.com/2016/02/winners-2015-academic-state-champs/

To learn more about The Early College at LCC visit lcc.edu/tec

Where Spirit Rides – Wednesday, March 2

Wednesday, March 2

4:30-5:30 pm

LCC Black Box Theatre – 168 Gannon Building
WHERE SPIRIT RIDES

A one-woman performance created and performed by Lisa Biggs. Set in 1831 at a Quaker worship meeting. The ghost of a formerly enslaved Black woman possesses Abby Kelley, an Irish American farm girl, then rides her for the next 35 years to become one of the leading anti-slavery activists of her time. Weaving historical speeches with period song and dance, WHERE SPIRIT RIDES tells the haunting true story of two women — one living, one dead — who struggled to end slavery and won. Seating is limited!

Presented by LCC Women’s History and Black History month committees, and LCC Performing Arts

www.lcc.edu/showinfo

517-483-1488

Free

Free Workshop! How to Clear Your Background Record.

Most employers require a background check. This free workshop offers an opportunity to learn about the process of getting your record cleared so employers see you for your accomplishments—not your past mistakes.

The LCC Service Center at Capital-Area Michigan Works! is hosting monthly Criminal Record Expungement Workshops for students who will soon be seeking employment.

CAMW! Expungement Workshop
Feb. 19 | 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
2110 S. Cedar Street
Lansing, MI  48910

Free Workshop | Free Parking | CATA Bus Route 5

No registration necessary, simply stop by CAMW! at the time of the workshop.

See all upcoming workshops and employment services at lcc.edu/CAMW.

LCC’s Massage Clinic “kneads” you!

LCC’s Therapeutic Massage Program located at the Downtown campus is currently seeking clients. Appointments for relaxation and clinical massages are available on Wednesday through May 5th. Thursday massages are available starting March 23rd. A one-hour, full body massage is $25. Gift certificates are available. Visit lcc.edu/massage or call 517.483.1451 for more information and to make an appointment.ment.

Free File Tax Briefing

Please join Congressman Mike Bishop and community leaders for the MI Free File public briefing and demonstration to highlight Free File – a public-private partnership between the federal and state governments and tax software industry that provides FREE online federal and state income tax preparation and e-filing services for lower and moderate income Michigan taxpayers.

WHEN: Monday, Feb. 22 at 1:00pm
WHERE: Arts & Sciences 315 (computer lab)

Please RSVP to John Borrelli at johnborrelli2015@gmail.com or call 304-216-6599

Click here to view the flyer and share with others.