From the United Way
It is time again to consider a donation to this very worthwhile cause as the need to help those in our community is critical. Every dollar we give to the United Way of the Lowcountry stays locally. Donors may direct their contributions to the United Way agency of their choice and can pledge now and pay later, pay in full, or pay incrementally through payroll deduction. Your donation is tax deductible.
TCL’s campaign starts Monday and ends on September 26, 2014. Our goal this year is to top last year’s contribution of $5,000. Pledge cards and a United Way brochure will be distributed to all employees by the TCL United Way Campaign team members listed below.
Melanie Gallion is chairing our campaign again this year. I am grateful to her and the other team members who will be visiting with you soon. The team members for the 2014 Campaign are:
Joan Brown Michael Burgess Chris Ruggere Allison Meacham
Kelly Taylor Ann Cullen Denise Caesar Carolyn Howell
Lauren Fawcett Joy Locke Michael Ricks Rick Eckstrom
Steven Jeter Donna Baker
I encourage you to consider helping those who are still without opportunity in our community. Please join me in donating to this very worthy cause. Thank you for partnering with United Way of the Lowcountry as an investment in our community’s future.
Dr. Richard Gough, President
2014-2015 Course Catalogs for employees have arrived
The 14-15 printed catalogs have arrived and one copy is being distributed to each employee (permanent). If you need additional copies, please contact Leigh Copeland. Please remember, the printed catalogs are for employee use only. Please refer students to the online version at http://www.tcl.edu/catalog-course-search.
IMPORTANT TCL DATES/EVENTS:
A Calendar of Events has been set up on the TCL website. Just click on the link on the front page beneath the Course Search. To add your event to the Calendar, please contact Public Relations.
‘Sim-Man’ helps TCL nursing students learn how to respond to real clinical situations
TCL health sciences programs to hold open houses
The Technical College of the Lowcountry will hold two open houses in October to highlight its programs in health sciences that include massage therapy, nursing, physical therapist assistant, radiologic technology and surgical technology. Program applications will be accepted January 15 through April 15, 2015, for the fall 2015 semester start. Read more here.
Register now for TCL’s CNA course in Hampton
The Technical College of the Lowcountry Division of Continuing Education will offer a Certified Nursing Assistant course at the Hampton Campus H. Mungin Center this fall. The eight-week course will be held from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m., Mondays through Thursdays, October 1 through November 25. Clinical training will take place on various days and times at the John E. Harter Center in Hampton. Click here for a printable schedule. Students must meet certain requirements before making the $839 tuition payment. Read more here.
Poll Manager Training
The Beaufort County Board of Elections and Registration will be conducting training sessions for New Poll Managers. All persons interested in working the polls for the first time, may enroll in one of these sessions.
BMH Riverview Cafe Menu: call 522-5648
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