Everyone is welcome to attend the LCC American Marketing Association 11th Annual Business Etiquette Dinner. The event will be held 5-9 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15 at the MSU Kellogg Center.
Purchase your $20 ticket at the LCC CASE Credit Union branch on the Downtown Campus.
For more information contact AMA Advisor Bill Motz at 517-483-1540.
LCC will induct three local servicemen and women into its Veterans Memorial Friday, Nov. 10.
The memorial is an interactive exhibit housed in the HHS Building designed to honor Michigan veterans, especially those from Ingham, Eaton and Clinton counties. The eighth annual induction will be held at noon Nov. 10 in the HHS Atrium. Lunch will follow.
This year’s inductees include World War II veteran U.S. Army Air Force Sergeant Charles R. Stults of Charlotte, World War II veteran U.S. Army 1st Lieutenant Winifred J. Bearup of Lansing, and Civil War casualty 3rd Michigan Volunteer Infantry Sergeant Charles T. Foster of Lansing. Please join us in honoring their service.
For more information or to see a video last year’s ceremony, visit lcc.edu/veteran/memorial.
Improve your time management skills to get more done with a time management workshop hosted by the One Book One LCC committee.
One Book One LCC is a shared community reading experience that encourages students and employees to engage in special events, discussions and collegewide conversations surrounding a thought-provoking common read. The 2017-18 selection is “Outliers,” by Malcolm Gladwell. The book examines the stories of people of inordinate success, and the roles practice and culture play in their achievements.
The event will be held 10-11 a.m. Nov. 7-8 in the Centre for Engaged Inclusion. You can attend whichever day works in your schedule. You do not need to have read “Outliers” to attend.
This program brings women together in an effort increase awareness of protection strategies and to prevent victimization. This fun and informative class is designed to increase confidence and reduce fear. The class will examine and practice simple, effective techniques that can be adapted to the life experience of any woman. Women of all ages, sizes and fitness levels can do these techniques.
Friends and family members are welcome to join the class with you. Daughters or granddaughters should be at least 10 years old and must be accompanied by parent and/or guardian.
When: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11, with lunch from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Where: LCC Gannon Building, Room 2156.
- Rodney Bahl (LCC PD)
- Kristy Rodgers (LCC PD)
- Tim Davis (LCC PD)
- Leanne Lafay (Physical Plant)
Reservations: Please contact Rodney Bahl at 517-483-1825 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Kristy Rodgers at email@example.com. The class is limited to 25 students, so register today!
LCC’s licensed counselors will be in the Gannon Highway 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 25, to raise awareness of mood disorders.
Take a free, anonymous, online screening and enjoy giveaways and free popcorn.
The LCC Stars Women’s Basketball Team is looking for skilled male basketball players to join our practice squad! If you are looking to continue playing basketball at a high level, join the team and help us be the best we can be.
The commitment for the male practice squad is participation in at least two practices per week. All players must be enrolled students at LCC and be willing to get a physical.
Try-outs for the male practice squad are 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, in the Gannon Building.
LCC’s Game Night Club is hosting International Games Day 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, on the 3rd floor of the Library. Everyone is welcome to attend. The event includes a drawing every hour beginning at noon.
Get your transcript sooner by ordering online. Transcripts cost $5 and will be ready two to three business days after you submit your request. Both electronic and paper transcripts are available, although an additional fee will be charged for print copies.
For more information or to order a transcript, visit lcc.edu/registrar/transcripts.
All students now have access to free, online, 24/7 tutoring in all classes. To access this resource:
- Log in to D2L.
- Select “Online Learning Commons” in the upper right corner of the D2L homepage.
- Select “Expert Help,” or explore other features of the site.
If you already access this service through your D2L course page, you can continue to do so.
Tutoring is available on campus, in-person for most courses by visiting the Learning Commons. Writing assistance also is available in the Writing Center.
LCC’s IT Speed Networking’s seventh annual event will be held noon-2:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27, at West Campus. There is a limit of 60 students for this event, so register today.
This event is exactly what it sounds like. IT Speed Networking provides current LCC IT students the opportunity to connect with professionals from the Greater Lansing area with an interest in information technology (IT employees and other appropriate personnel such as HR recruiters that hire for IT positions). It is fast-paced, fun and geared toward companies and students alike. Students will speak to six or seven company representatives during the event, spending five minutes at a time with a company representative and then rotating to speak with someone else. Last year, around 45 IT professionals attended this event.
- Noon-12:45 p.m. Check-in & Mixer (Light lunch provided)
- 12:45-12:55 p.m. Introduction & Instructions
- 1-2:30 p.m. Speed Networking
To be eligible to attend the IT Speed Networking event, you must be in an LCC CIT or CS curriculum and are required to register for and attend a 15 minute information prep-session two weeks prior to the event. Please register ASAP – last year the event filled quickly and had a wait list.
Even though this is a networking event, every year employers meet students and decide to do a follow-up interview and hire them. This is not a requirement by any means, just an added bonus for those companies and students who may be interested!
Questions? Contact Wyn Wilson, Trades Technology Services, at 517-483-1157 or firstname.lastname@example.org.