Students, Get “Plugged in!”

We’re hosting a three-day event on the Overcash driveway to help connect students to services and resources. Please share this information with your students!
Part Time Job Fest: Tuesday, Aug. 27, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Student Resources Day (on-campus services): Wednesday, Aug. 28, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Volunteer Fair (volunteer opportunities with non-profits from the community): Thursday, Aug. 29, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Need some extra cash? The Career Services Part Time Job Fest is for you! Employers from 10 organizations around the Charlotte area will be recruiting at Central Campus.  You will have the chance to meet with employers from a variety of industries including food service, recreation, entertainment and more! Find a job that is flexible with your class schedule and earn some extra spending money during the school year.
Visit and log in to EmploymeNC to view the Event Calendar and see an up-to-date list of employers that will be in attendance. PREPARE TODAY! We encourage you to dress in business casual attire, take a resume and prepare an introductory speech. Contact Career Services for assistance in preparing for this event!; 704.330.6433;
Student Resources Day: student services on campus are here to help you!
College services will be on hand to answer questions, give out information, connect students to CPCC and help build successful students! Students can visit eight tables and spin the Wheel of Fabulous Prizes! FREE popcorn!
Areas represented include: Counseling/Advising/P-CAP, Financial Aid, Career Services, Library, Graduation, Student Life, Service-Learning, Family Resource Center, Transfer Resource Center, Academic Learning Center, First Year Experience, Workplace Learning, Veterans Resource Center, TRiO / Student Support Services, Disability Services, MAN UP & PCW, Higher One, Core 4 and more!
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Volunteer Fair:  Make A Difference in Your Community and World!
Have you been thinking about helping out in your local community by volunteering, but weren’t sure how to go about signing up?
The Volunteer Fair hosts many representatives from many non-profits/community partners around Charlotte that work specifically with the following interest areas; animals, children, developmentally/physically disabled, disaster relief, education, environment, health and wellness, homelessness, international and multicultural, low income, criminal justice, seniors, veteran’s issues and women’s issues.
Learn more about how you can put your words into action through service!
For more information, contact