Eastern West Virginia Technical and Community College is offering events that are free and open to the public. The events will take place at the main campus at 316 Eastern Drive in Moorefield. Some events will be also held over Zoom.
- Let’s Learn LinkedIn — Noon Oct. 10. Topics to include LinkedIn Basics 101, tips on profile optimization and Take Action: Engagement, Networking, & Outreach, plus, a free professional digital headshot and free Chic-fil-A lunch. (Zoom at https://bit.ly/44IZU4c).
- Art Club Session— second meet-up, 4:30 – 6 p.m., Oct. 11. Drawing and illustration will be the main focus, but feel free to bring other mediums; bring own materials with one to draw from provided prompts, a still life, or whatever a person wants.
- Academic Success Strategies: Test Taking and Anxiety — 5:30 p.m. Oct. 11. Topics will include identify good study habits, recognize ways to prevent test anxiety and learn strategies for answering multiple-choice and open-ended questions. Participants will be entered for a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card. (Zoom at https://bit.ly/44TBbu2)
- Diversity: Perspective of — Noon Oct. 19. When diverse perspectives of racism, equality, and white privilege result in disparity, what can the average American do to incite healing? This workshop is all about one’s perspective on the tough questions. RSVP by Oct. 12 to Monica Wilson at email@example.com attend in person. (Zoom at https://bit.ly/3PlwtQ1)
- Overcoming the Frightfully Scary Interview Process (Halloween theme) — noon Oct. 31. Costumes welcome and the best costume wins a prize. Free Chic-fil-A lunch provided. (Zoom at https://bit.ly/3Zd0yG6)
•Trunk N Treat — 5 – 6:30 p.m. Oct. 31. A family-friendly event, Trunk N Treat, will provide safe environment for children to trick or treat. Trunkers (participants handing out candy) should RSVP by Oct. 24 to Wilson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Mental Health Stigma — Noon Nov. 6. People fear what they don’t understand. When it comes to mental health care, this statement is especially true. Individuals suffering from mental health disorders shy away from seeking treatment, many times for the sake of labeling alone. This workshop has been created to shed some light on issues facing society in unimaginable ways. This workshop provides a brief overview of mental health-related maladies, statistics on deaths related to mental health, and stigmas that prevent individuals from seeking treatment for mental health-related issues. The objective of this workshop is to expose misconceptions and common stigmas related to mental health hygiene and treatment. To attend in person, RSVP by Oct. 25 to Wilson at email@example.com. (Zoom at https://bit.ly/3sYBtTd)
•Fall 2023 Community Job Fair — 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 14. Attendees can search the job market, network and make one’s next career move.