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Wednesday, October 17, 2012 5 items

Today's Items
9:00am–noon health and fitness

Veterans Health Administration Visitation

WCC Main Campus, SC, first floor

A representative will be on campus to meet with any Veteran, family member, friend, faculty, or staff interested in finding out more about what the VHA has to offer. 

10:00am–11:30am jobs

Resume Development Workshops

WCC Main Campus, SC 287

Everyone needs a resume. It is needed to market your skills and to persuade an employer to interview you. Attend this hands-on workshop to develop a resume that will project a positive image of you to an employer. Learn which type of resume is best for you, what employers look for and how to avoid common mistakes. The development of cover letters will also be discussed.

noon–2:00pm jobs

Highway to High Demand Jobs workshop

WCC Main Campus, ML, Towsley Auditorium

Interested in learning more about careers in Automation Technology? Want to find out about WCC’s School of Advanced Manufacturing Systems? If so, please join Career Services and the Student Resource and Women’s Center for the “Highway to High Demand Jobs” workshop featuring a panel of professionals who will discuss the field of automation, faculty to talk about the automation program  at WCC, and live automation demonstrations.

The event will take place Wednesday, October 17th from 12:00pm to 2:00pm in the Towsley Auditorium in the Morris Lawrence building. Light refreshments will be provided. To reserve a spot at the event, please call the Student Resource and Women’s Center at (734) 677-5105 or stop by the SRWC front desk, SC287.

1:00pm–5:00pm academics

Eastern Michigan University Visitation

WCC Main Campus, SC second floor

A representative will be on campus to provide information and answer questions for students interested in transferring to Eastern Michigan University.

6:30pm–8:00pm student activities

Tim Skubik: Town Hall Meeting

WCC Main Campus, ML, Towsley Auditorium

Tim Skubick, senior capitol correspondent and host of "Off the Record," will discuss the 2012 presidential election in a special community forum at WCC. The town hall meeting will include an audience question and answer period.

Skubick has covered Michigan government and politics for 42 years. He covers the capitol for WKBK-TV 2 and WWJ NewsRadio 950 in Detroit. He writes a daily blog at Mlive.com, and has authored two books, which will be on sale at the event. Skubick has also received four Emmy's for his Public TV work.

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