The Marketing and Public Relations Department continues to listen to your feedback to enhance the way information is shared with faculty and staff. Now all Campus Happening events can be viewed in a calendar option to make it easier to see what is coming up. Click on Campus Happenings in the menu bar. Than hover
Yearly Archives: 2018
All CF employees are encouraged to stay up to date on the progress of CF’s new strategic plan by visiting CF’s Inside Strategic Planning Process page. Please take the time to engage in the process. Through this webpage, you can follow the links to track the progress of the plan, review the work of the strategic
The Career and Professional Employees Council (CPEC) functions as a representative council for the Career and Professional employees at CF whose purpose shall be to advise the President on matters of College improvement. Membership is automatic to any full-time or permanent part-time career and professional employees of any CF Campus. Goals include: 1. to improve communication
Did you know webinars are presented each month on topics such as communication, stress, self-improvement and more? You can also view webinars anytime online from our webinar library. This month learn more about the importance of taking vacation, putting your kids first, building healthy in-law relationships and more. Watch the webinars here.
Due to the increasing risk of identity theft, it is very important to identify who should be working on information technology systems. Therefore, the CF Information Technology Department is making some security changes. One of the most visible is that all Information Technology Staff will be wearing their CF ID badge. We ask that all
Join CF to help raise money for the American Heart Association. There are a variety of ways CF employees can get involved, whether it’s through the Windows of Hearts, CF Cares T-shirt sales, Breakfast and/or the Heart Walk, there are different ways that all employees can make a difference. Windows of Hearts Join the CF
CF students, staff and faculty are being offered a special ticket price for the Luke Bryan Farm Tour event on Thursday, Oct. 4, at the Whitehurst Cattle Company, 9817 Country Road 346 in Archer. Parking opens at 2 p.m. Gates open at 5 p.m. and the show begins at 6 p.m. Discounted tickets are $25
Attention all Florida Blue members, there will be some updates to your Florida Blue pharmacy networks for the 2019 plan year. To help lower costs and save you money, we’re changing our pharmacy network in the new benefit year. Starting Jan. 1, 2019, your network pharmacy will feature Walgreens. You’ll find Walgreens has lower prices
Attention, CF faculty members. The Perkins Professional Development Institute is accepting online applications to reimburse Career and Technical Education teachers for the cost of industry certifications in the programs that they teach with no cost to the teacher or the school system for these reimbursements. Our goal is to have as many CTE teachers certified
September is Suicide Prevention Month. Read more about understanding suicide. We can all help prevent suicide. Knowing the myths about suicide can help. Read more about three steps you can take that could help save a life.
Distressing world events can affect everyone who lives through them. Even people who experience these events only through the media can have emotional and stress reactions. Learn more about the resources available during a natural disaster.
The annual CF/College Park Elementary School Read-In is Wednesday, Oct. 17, from 7:45-8:45 a.m. at College Park Elementary School, located at 1330 S.W. 33rd Ave. in Ocala. The college is looking for 55 volunteers so that every classroom can be covered at the school. To participate, contact Kelly Besser at email@example.com or ext. 1386. Add
Choose which professional development workshop Horticulture or Mail Merging to attend on Thursday, Sept. 20, in the Learning Resources Center, Room 112 or 117D. Horticulture: How to get your trees and plants ready for fall and winter? This workshop will cover trimming your Crepe Myrtles and other helpful hints from our resident expert, Bob Dumond.
CF will conduct a test of its RAVE Alert emergency notification system for all CF campus locations on Monday, Sept. 10, between 10:45 and 11 a.m., which is between second and third class periods. Students, faculty and staff are enrolled automatically and may receive messages via text, phone and email. To update your preferences, login
The CF Volleyball team is set to host two home games this week in the Patriot Gym. The Lady Patriots team will welcome Florida State College at Jacksonville on Tuesday, Sept. 11, at 7 p.m. and St. Petersburg College on Thursday, Sept. 13, at 7 p.m. Be sure to come out and cheer on the
The Library’s online catalog/discovery tool has a new look and functionality. There are minor changes that will be discussed in library instruction and report on periodically. Action may be required by you if you have linked to articles, eBooks, streaming video, or databases in Canvas or other course material without using persistent links or permalinks.
In this month’s Resources for Living newsletter, read more about Talking about Suicide, Preparing for an Emergency, Public Speaking, and more. http://www.promoinfotools.com/Communications/Newsletters/Mbr/2018/Sep18/Sep18_MonthlyBulletin_web.html
Come learn techniques and strategies to focus your attention on your breath at this Just Breathe Workshop on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 12:30-1:30 p.m., in Instructional Center, Building 9, Room 101. Practice different types of breathing exercises that will help to calm your central nervous system one breath at a time. For more information, contact Lori Witkowich
Join the next professional development workshop on Wednesday, Sept. 19, from noon-1 p.m. in the Learning Resources Center, Room 112. This workshop is designed to help faculty and staff learn how to handle disruptive and/or distressed students. A variety of topics will be covered. Prevent disruptions, including those caused by students with disabilities. Identify the
Congratulations to KT Kim, science faculty, who is the latest to earn the 6,000-mile blanket from the SPIN program. KT is the 18th current or retired employee to earn a blanket. There have been 57 participants in the SPIN program that have earned 1,000-mile jackets and 146 who have earned the 100-mile T-shirts. The SPIN program