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Tri-County Technical College
Help Our Heroes (2/12/2020 - 2/21/2020)

The TAPS club (TCTC Association of Political Scientists) is hosting a supply drive for the local veterans nursing home. Please pitch in if you can! There are collection boxes in the Student Engagement Suite of the Student Success Center and in Oconee Hall 103 (the office by the auditorium). Items needed: Hygiene-soap (bar and liquid), shampoo and conditioner, shaving cream, combs and hairbrushes, toothpaste, toothbrushes, lotion Entertainment- paperback books (gently used is ok), large print books, paint, paintbrushes, and canvases, blank notecards and stationery, pens, puzzle books, board games (checkers and chess) Clothing-socks (compression or diabetic style especially), hats (toboggan style), gloves Last day to drop off items is Friday, February 21st. Contact Lara Wrightson, TAPS advisor (Oconee Hall 110, lwrights@tctc.edu, 864-646-1386), with questions or do drop off donations.

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Skillshop - Talkin' 'bout a Revolution: Growing 21st C Skills for 21st C Learning & Work (2/24/2020)

Talkin bout a Revolution: Growing 21st C Skills for 21st C Learning and Work Economists agree that the Fourth Industrial Revolution is underway, ushering in a world of work that is complex, often unpredictable, and constantly evolving in new directions. Success in this burgeoning knowledge economy will require a new set of skills geared more and more towards cognitive flexibility, emotional intelligence, and the ability to learn adeptly in an ever-shifting work environment. Well delve into that 21st C skillset and explore the very real connections between how we learn today and how we will work in the future. Dates times offered: Monday, February 24 @ 1:20pm Tuesday, April 7 @ 12:45pm Lunch is provided with all skillshops.* RM 314, SSC *While supplies last Questions about skillshops? Contact Lori Morrissette at lmorriss@tctc.edu

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Skillshop - The Physiology of Learning: How the Body-Brain Dynamic Shapes Cognitive Performance (2/25/2020)

The Physiology of Learning: How the Body-Brain Dynamic Shapes Cognitive Performance The evidence is clear: our bodies help us learn, and doing so involves more than just that crinkly organ between our ears. How we use our bodies impacts what our minds are able to accomplish movement links to memory, sleep links to stress, creativity links to neuroplasticity, and it all links together. Well examine ways to hack the body-brain connection to boost cognitive function and increase our learning power. Dates times offered: Tuesday, February 25 @ 12:45pm Monday, April 6 @ 1:20pm Lunch is provided with all skillshops.* RM 314, SSC *While supplies last Questions about skillshops? Contact Lori Morrissette at lmorriss@tctc.edu

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I-BEST (Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training) Information Session (2/25/2020)

I-BEST (Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training) is a nationally recognized workforce development program designed by Washington State community colleges and adapted for Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens Counties by Tri-County Technical College. Local I-BEST programs are created, offered, and enhanced through collaborative partnerships between the College, School Districts, Adult Education Centers, and employers throughout the tri-county area. I-BEST Program Features: Individualized advising and educational/career planning Program completion in one semester (up to 14 weeks) Industry-recognized Training and/or Certifications Personal Success Plan Cost of tuition, fees, books, and even the parking decal covered Job placement assistance Builds skills and habits of mind for college and work success Day classes, Pendleton Campus To be considered applicants must: 17 years of age or older High school graduate (diploma or GED); near completion of GED will be considered Not currently a Tri-County student in a credit or non-credit program Meet residency requirements To sign up for an information session, please click on the link below and complete the registration form: https://www.tctc.edu/programs/transition-programs-resources/i-best/i-best-information-session-registration-form More information can also be found at www.tctc.edu/ibest

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27th Annual Career Fair (2/26/2020)

The 27th Annual Career fair will be on Wednesday, February 26, 2020, from 9:00 am -11:30 am. The career fair mission is to contact students with employers and job opportunities prior to graduation. Industries will be represented by all majors at Tri-County Technical College. The Annual Career Fair will be located on the Pendleton Campus in the Student Success Center. For more information and updates on College Central Network or the TCTC EDGE App. For more information contact Berdina Hill at bhill7@tctc.edu and 864-646-1573.

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Open Office with Dr. DeHay- Anderson Campus (2/26/2020)

Open Office with Dr. DeHay- Anderson Campus

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Bridge Information Session 2020 (2/28/2020)

THE BRIDGE TO CLEMSON PROGRAM IS BY INVITATION ONLY. Optional Bridge information sessions and campus tours are held for students who received an invitation from Clemson University to participate in the Bridge to Clemson program at Tri-County Technical College (TCTC) for the 2020-2021 academic year and would like more information to inform their decision about participating in the Program. The Bridge to Clemson information sessions include: - Overview of the program, staff and resources - TCTC campus tour - Enrollment reminders - Clemson Home (Clemson University Housing Dining) overview - A time for questions and answers - Additional optional Clemson University campus tour (http://www.clemson.edu/visit/events.html) To register for this Bridge to Clemson information session, click on the Register Icon above.

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SOCAMATYC CONFERENCE (2/29/2020)

SOCAMATYC Conference South Carolina Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges

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I-BEST (Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training) Information Session (3/2/2020)

I-BEST (Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training) is a nationally recognized workforce development program designed by Washington State community colleges and adapted for Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens Counties by Tri-County Technical College. Local I-BEST programs are created, offered, and enhanced through collaborative partnerships between the College, School Districts, Adult Education Centers, and employers throughout the tri-county area. I-BEST Program Features: Individualized advising and educational/career planning Program completion in one semester (up to 14 weeks) Industry-recognized Training and/or Certifications Personal Success Plan Cost of tuition, fees, books, and even the parking decal covered Job placement assistance Builds skills and habits of mind for college and work success Day classes, Pendleton Campus To be considered applicants must: 17 years of age or older High school graduate (diploma or GED); near completion of GED will be considered Not currently a Tri-County student in a credit or non-credit program Meet residency requirements To sign up for an information session, please click on the link below and complete the registration form: https://www.tctc.edu/programs/transition-programs-resources/i-best/i-best-information-session-registration-form More information can also be found at www.tctc.edu/ibest

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Skillshop - Study Strategies for Success: Tips from Cognitive Science (3/2/2020)

Study Strategies for Success: Tips from Cognitive Science Are the study strategies you learned in high school working at the college level? Come learn about study strategies that can help you be an effective learner and successful student. You will be introduced to research-based strategies that can be used before, during, and after class. Dates times offered: Tuesday, January 21 @ 12:45pm Monday, March 2 @ 1:20pm Lunch is provided with all skillshops*. Room 314 SSC. *While supplies last. Questions about skillshops? Contact Lori Morrissette at lmorriss@tctc.edu

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