Be a part of the conversation. Join your campus to honor those who have been affected by domestic violence, to get tips on how to get out of a violent relationship and find ways to help someone you know who may be a victim.
What can you do at the Harper Summit?
Explore academic areas of study in the following skilled trades:
- Construction Management Technologies/Crowder Construction Institute
- Architectural Technology
- Electrical Technology
- Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration
- Non-Destructive Examination
- Welding Technology
- Graphic Arts & Imaging Technology/Flexography
- Advertising + Graphic Design
Meet industry representatives from programs listed above. (A complete list of industries can be found at http://www.cpcc.edu/student_life/events/harper-summit.)
See program demonstrations and tools of the trade.
Participate in career workshops and learn job search strategies.
Enjoy food and giveaways.
This event is free. For more information please contact Anita McGill at 704.330.4422 and visit http://www.cpcc.edu/student_life/events/harper-summit.
Attention all adult learners. It’s not too late, there’s still time to participate in the A.N.T.S. program (Adult- Non Traditional Students) at the Cato Campus. This program is designed to help students be successful in their academic endeavors by providing networking opportunities, host events & workshops.
There’s only a few workshops left so please come out and join us. Below is a list of upcoming workshops:
October 30: Anxiety & Test Taking Skills 3-4 p.m.: CT 164
November 12: How to Register Workshop 2-3 p.m.: CT 267
November 19: Career Services Workshop 11 a.m.-noon: CT 163
Please sign up using this link: www.tinyurl.com/catolandl
If you like to participate and take advantage of this wonderful program, please send an email reply to Alice Pough at Alice.Pough@cpcc.edu.