Learn how to use the Virginia Workforce Connection website and the VEC to help you find a job.
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
2-4:30pm on Campus
Did You Know…?
Workforce Connection Can Search for employment for you while you:
Or On Vacation
Registration: Hall Career Center – Room G202
This event qualifies for an HCC passport stamp.
***You must also register on the VEC website prior to the seminar by going to VaWorkConnect.com***
Spend a day in our nation's capitol. Visit museums or monuments! Examples include the National Gallery of Art, National Museum of Natural History, or the Lincoln Memorial.
Trip includes transportation on a charter bus. Participants must bring money for meals. Limited number of spots available. Sign up with Student Activities to reserve your spot.
$10 deposit required at time of sign up. Deposit refunded day of event.
Tuesday, November 25
(First day of Thanksgiving Break)
Departing VWCC at 7a.m.
You are cordially invited to attend the Roanoke premier of The Hudson Trio as they present their program "Americana" on Monday, October 14 at 6pm in the Multipurpose Room in the Center for Science and Health Professions, HP 210.
This group is traveling across Southwest Virginia performing pieces by Gershwin, Foote, Jopklin, Copland, and others.
This concert is free and open to the public, so invite your friends and family to join you next Monday for this wonderful ensemble featuring Caroline Chin on the violin, Robert Burkhart on the cello, and Vladimir Valjarevic on the piano.
For more information please contact Erik Williams in the Educational Foundation at 7-8914 or email@example.com.
Bridging Cultures Book Discussion: In the Country of Men
Don’t miss this exciting book discussion, led by Virginia Tech Professor Steven Salaita, author of six books and numerous articles. 10/14, 6:30pm, Natural Science Center. Open to the public; refreshments provided.
The truth couldn’t be kept away, it was cunning, sly-natured, seeping through at its own indifferent pace.
In Hisham Matar’s debut novel, a Libyan boy must come to terms with difficult truths about Libya, loyalty, and truth when his father disappears. On the surface a story of the violence and absurdity of life during the rule of Muammar al-Qaddafi, In the Country of Men describes the politics of childhood more than the politics of nations. Just as the plot brilliantly unfolds in unpredictable ways, we are catapulted forward to the next decade. We are left to reflect on the ties that bind us all—the universal embarrassments and frustrations of childhood, the challenge of constructing meaning from memory, and the presence of unavoidable truths.
This book is part of Brown Library’s newest special collection, the Bridging Cultures Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys. Included in this award is a collection of 25 books and three films centered around Islamic art, literature, history, politics, current events, and religion, as well as a one-year subscription to the Oxford Islamic Studies Online database. The books and films are available to be checked out from the Circulation desk on the top floor of the library.