Human Resources Announcements
Topic: The amazing services offered to students in the Hubbard Center.
Description: How can you help to connect students to the services of the Hubbard Center? Learn the ways that the Hubbard Center engages students in off-campus study opportunities, internship and career development opportunities, and employer relations.
The monthly series hosted by the Office of Human Resources is held in Wallace Stewart Commons, Hoover Hall. Coffee and tea are available at 7:45 a.m. Discussion begins at 8:15 a.m. and concludes at 9 a.m. Colleague lead discussions about a monthly topic of interest to the community and/or topic identified as a strategic initiative. Stay tuned for details of upcoming events. Mark your calendars for future coffee series dates: Feb. 27, March 19 and April 23. Events are listed in Campus Labs.
Violence Prevention Starts with Community Reporting!
According to USDOL, 4.4 million workplace injuries occur annually. And according to the U.S. Secret Service, 79% of targeted acts of violence involve early-warning threat indicators that are observable and can help prevent those incidents from happening. Whatever your role, you will observe things that others won’t notice. It’s a matter of being intentional about what you observe and knowing when and how to share it in order to provide for our collective security. The only one-size fits all approach to safety is to focus relentlessly on situational awareness and prevention.
Are you interested in learning more about the Putnam County Young Professionals group?
You're a perfect fit if you live or work in Putnam County, enjoy a low-key atmosphere, and are 21 - 36 years old.
We're an inclusive and welcoming group so the young at heart are welcome as well.
Use the link below to stay informed.