Are you active on Facebook and Twitter? The CPCC Career Services office recently launched its own Facebook page and Twitter account. Like them (www.facebook.com/cpcccareerservices) and follow them (@cpcc_career) to get up-to-date information about programs, events and all things career-related. Use these outlets to ask questions, get answers and get involved with your career services office.
National Student Day is a day to celebrate students and all of their efforts regarding social responsibility. Students are empowered and are creating change in their communities and on campus through volunteerism and even through random acts of kindness. To celebrate National Student Day on October 3, we will be kicking off a social media sweepstakes in partnership with Habitat for Humanity International.
Students are asked to submit photos via Instagram, Facebook and Twitter which capture social responsibility. Images can be of student’s volunteer activities, student group efforts and more. For each photo that is submitted with the hashtag (#studentsdoinggood) Barnes and Noble College Booksellers will donate $1 to Habitat for Humanity (up to $25,000).
On National Student Day, Oct. 3, Barnes and Noble College Booksellers will announce one winner to receive a B&N gift card. However, the photos will continue to flow in throughout the year until we reach the $25,000 donation goal! Additionally, on National Student Day, we will be offering a Flash Sale for Students – $10 off regularly priced sweatpants and hoodies – to celebrate. Make sure you stop in to the Central, Levine, or Cato Campus bookstore on Oct. 3!
Facebook has rapidly become a global leader in online communication and social networking between community and “friends.” Through this FREE social media training session, CPCC students and employees are invited to explore best practices for getting started, getting connected and using this highly popular social media platform. We will also provide details on applicable College guidelines and policies as well as opportunities for protecting your online identity.
Don’t miss it! Registration is not required but seating is limited.
Monday, April 8, 2013
CPCC Central Campus
Overcash building, room 213
1 – 2 p.m.
Look for more social media trainings being announced for each Monday in April! For more information about CPCC’s online communications and social media efforts, please visit http://www.cpcc.edu/social.
CPCC maintains a presence and continues to build communities through some of the most popular online services and social networks, including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and Google+. An area of the College’s website has been created for “Social Media @CPCC” to better connect our students and employees with these
Social Media @ CPCC
valuable resources as well as related services, training, guidelines and best practices. If you have any questions or if you wish to recommend content to be shared through social media, please contact CPCC’s Social Media team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you plan on attending any of this year’s Sensoria events? If so, snap a few photos while you’re there and participate in the “Sensoria in a Snap” photo contest. We want to see all angles of this unique celebration of the arts, so feel free to take pictures at any event that you’re interested in. (Certain events are photo prohibited.) All photos will be judged and the winner will receive a FREE dinner for four to CPCC’s Greenway Restaurant!
Take photos at any 2012 “Sensoria, a Celebration of the Arts” event.
“Like” the CPCC Arts page on Facebook and upload your favorite photos.
ALL photos must be submitted by April 24, 2012.
Check the CPCC Arts Facebook page on April 26 for the winner.
Written by Angela Perry
Communications and Journalism Co-op Student, CPCC