What brought YOU to CPCC, or where are YOU going when you’re done? Students from many walks of life have interesting stories of how they came to CPCC, and they will go from here to make all kinds of impacts. Do you want to share your story in front of a live audience? All stories will be 4 to 6 minutes long, and the audience will vote for their favorite one. The winner will receive a prize. If you are interested in sharing your story of how you come to CPCC or where you are going, at this storytelling event, you can email Owen Sutkowski (email@example.com) or drop by anytime between noon and 2 p.m., to an interest meeting on Friday, March 23, in Zeiss, Room 1108. Keep in mind, the actual student storytelling event is on Tuesday, April 10 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., in Tate Hall, located in the Overcash Building on Central Campus.
Discipline: Human Resources Management.
Thursday, January 25, 2018; from 2 – 3:15 p.m.
Central Campus, Zeiss Building, Room 1100
Guided by faculty, staff and Charlotte business leaders – each session of the Business & Accounting Student Leadership Series is an immersive experience in a different business and accounting discipline. You will come away with a greater understanding of how the discipline relates to you personally and professionally. The series culminates with Business & Accounting Week – a week-long, deep-dive into hot topics in the business world.
Attend one or all sessions to:
• Sharpen your soft skills
• Network with your peers
• Connect with Charlotte business leaders
• Be recognized at a special session during Business and Accounting Week
For more information, visit: http://www.cpcc.edu/business_accounting/student-opportunities/student-leadership-series
Get information about support services and resources available to help you be a successful student, including your rights and responsibilities. Financial Aid, Counseling/Advising, Career Services, the Library, Student Life, Service-Learning, Family Resource Center, Co-op, and more services will be present! For more information, please contact Jamar.Whitfield@cpcc.edu.
Wednesday, January 24
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Overcash Lobby, 2nd floor
Wednesday, January 24
Thursday, January 25
Thursday. January 25
Thursday, January 25
Thursday, January 25
For more information, view the Student Life Calendar of Events.
Need service-learning hours for class? Interested in completing service with your student club? Come meet some of CPCC Service-Learning’s community partners!
Thursday, January 25
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Overcash Lobby, 2nd Floor
If you’re hoping your New Year’s resolutions will including improving your finances and your credit score, a CPCC Business and Accounting Division instructor has some advice. Anne Valdes Roberts, CPA, MBA, is part of CPCC’s Accounting and Finance faculty.
She talked with WalletHub.com and shared helpful information about how to improve your credit.
As a reminder, students are invited to attend the inauguration of CPCC’s fourth president, Dr. Kandi W. Deitemeyer, scheduled for Friday, November 3, 10:30 a.m. – noon in Halton Theater. Those attending the inauguration ceremony are encouraged to arrive at Halton by 10:15 a.m. to ensure they are seated prior to the procession of dignitaries, faculty and staff into the theater. Once the procession has entered, guests will be directed to the balcony or one of the overflow locations (Tate Hall and Pease Auditorium). If your instructor is planning on bringing your class to the inauguration, you will be directed to Pease Auditorium in the event you might need to leave at the end of your scheduled class time to exit without disturbing the ceremony.
The CPCC Office of Financial Aid/Veteran Affairs is recognizing Financial Aid Awareness Week October 23-27 at all of their campus locations. Please stop by any CPCC Financial Aid Office for information on financial aid, scholarships, work-study and financial literacy.
Fall into Safety Day
October 25, 2017
CPCC Central Campus, Overcash lawn
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Learn about the many ways CPCC offers security and safety to the college community. Students are welcome to stop by and learn more from CPCC College Security Services and the various community agencies listed below.
- CharMeck Emergency Management
- CharMeck Police Department
- Huntersville Police Department
- Mecklenburg County ABC Board
- Mecklenburg County Sheriff
- Safe Alliance
- Safety and Health Council of NC
- CPCC Security
- CPCC Health Sciences
Do you love trivia or have international knowledge you would like to showcase?
The Global Learning Office is seeking CPCC students to participate in the annual WorldQuest international knowledge competition. All costs are covered by the Global Learning Office.
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 8
Location: Hilton Charlotte Center City
Address: 222 E. Third St., Charlotte, NC 28202
Dinner: 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Program: 6:30 – 9 p.m.
Teams will answer questions related to current events, history, geography and other topics of global significance. This year’s categories include:
• World Flags
• Geography of Italy
• Saudi Arabia in Transition
• History of the Cold War
• Venezuela in Crisis
• World Elections
• Food, Culture, Dance, and Anything in Between
If you are interested in joining the student team, contact Liza Melms at firstname.lastname@example.org or 704.220.2722, ext. 3061. The team will have eight members and two alternates, and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
CPCC strives to make a quality education more accessible through the more than $1 million in scholarships it makes available to close to 1,000 in-need students each year.
These gifts are made possible thanks to the generosity of the college’s valued partners – the individuals, business and industry and civic clubs that choose to help transform students’ lives by investing in their future.
The German Language and Culture Foundation is a valued CPCC donor that believes in transforming lives by facilitating access to extraordinary educational experiences.
The Foundation accomplishes this through its “Study and Work Abroad – Experience the German Workplace as an Apprentice!” program, an initiative that gives students the opportunity to engage in one month of language study and two months of on-the-job training abroad in Germany.
The following three students were awarded program scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year. As a result, they will travel overseas in January 2018, receiving college credit for their time in Germany, while remaining an employee of the U.S.-based company where they serve as an apprentice and earn a regular paycheck.
Meet this year’s “Study and Work Abroad – Experience the German Workplace as an Apprentice!” program recipients. They are:
Mechatronics major and first-year German student Caleb Adams is looking forward to his time in Germany this winter – exploring the German culture and how business is conducted outside of the United States – as part of the Study and Work Abroad – Experience the German Workplace as an Apprentice!” program.
The Fort Mill, S.C., resident is familiar with the apprenticeship model; he currently serves as an apprentice for groninger USA, LLC.
As one of three 2017 Study and Work Abroad program participants, Adams will learn more about groninger’s German operations once overseas, developing a better understanding of company’s robotic machinery and working on its assembly machine lines.
“I look forward to comparing how groninger manages to successfully operate its facilities in both Germany and the U.S.,” explains Adams. “This experience will help me better prepare for positions of greater responsibility within the organization, which will help me achieve my personal goal of one day becoming a groninger field service technician, and ultimately an electrical engineer.”
CPCC computer integrated machining student Chad Robinson is looking forward to seeing Germany for the first time and being fully immersed in the German culture while studyingand working abroad as a “Study and Work Abroad – Experience the German Workplace as an Apprentice!” scholarship recipient.
Robinson, a Charlotte resident, currently serves as an apprentice with Siemens Energy, and will continue in this role overseas in the company’s Muhlheim training facility. He is excited to build upon the machining skills he has learned as an apprentice under the supervision of Siemens’ Charlotte team and practice his German, a language he has only studied for one semester at CPCC.
He hopes his time in Germany will give him a better outlook on the world and help him accumulate the knowledge and skills he needs to not only continue his career at Siemens, but also complete his mechanical engineering degree at UNC Charlotte in the future.
Ethan McFarlain, a machining technology student at CPCC and an apprentice with Bosch Rexroth, is looking forward to joining the global workforce when he travels to the organization’s manufacturing facility in Germany this January as part of the college’s “Study and Work Abroad – Experience the German Workplace as an Apprentice!” program.
As a scholarship recipient, McFarlain will have the opportunity to work in Bosch Rexroth’s Stuttgart and Schweinfurt facilities, working side by side with his international peers to improve his skills as a machinist.
“I want to have a greater understanding of the differences between the United States and other countries,” explains McFarlain. “I can’t wait to begin this new experience, take in the German scenery and learn the skills I’ll need to one day successfully complete a four-year degree in engineering.
Positive Community for Women invites you to their next meeting:
Bling and Brownies!
September 27; 2 p.m.
Central Campus, Central High Building, Room 305
Free brownies. Bring a friend!
Monday, April 24
Zeiss, Room 1106
11:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.
Sufi Soul: The Mystic Music of Islam, documents the many musical subcultures of Sufism as it was incorporated by different cultures in different regions. With many comparisons to Christianity, it displays how with all religions there are zealots and passivists, and the Sufi’s of Islam are passivists who focus primarily on music as a spiritual expression, much like the Christian troubadour or modern Christian Rock churches.
Living on a Shoestring Budget Lunch N’ Learn
Thursday, April 27
Overcash, Room 308
Join Student Life and Single Stop as we discuss methods to manage your budget and life. Joan Edmondson, a Single Stop Financial Counselor, will be giving information on managing a tight budget and resources that can assist you with successfully managing your life with a slim budget. A light lunch will be served.
Thursday, May 4
Join Student Life and Drums 4 Life for a Drum Circle. Drumming has been linked to many therapeutic benefits. Come take a break from your busy day to do some drumming! All levels are welcomed to attend.
The CPCC EMS & Medical Assisting Programs will collaborate for an interdisciplinary lab activity involving first aid and emergency response. Students from both programs will participate in these “mock” scenarios and the ambulance will be parked at the back of the Belk/Health Careers building. The events will occur on Thursday, April 6 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and again on Tuesday, April 11 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
CPCC Library and CPCC Student Life invite students, faculty and the public to a viewing of Ava Duvernay’s Oscar Nominated Netflix Documentary titled, “13th Screening.” The event will be held on Tuesday, April 18, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. inside Tate Hall on CPCC’s Central Campus. Admission is free and PD credit is available.