CF’s United Way employee workplace campaign takes place through Nov. 6 to support our most vulnerable friends, neighbors and students in our community. This year’s theme is More United Together, where all CF campus locations will use one form. Employees can choose which community to support. Employees can participate through payroll deduction or a one-time
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It is that time of year to replace your parking decal if you have not done so already. Decals can be obtained in two ways: (1) Stopping by the Public Safety office in Ocala Campus, Building 55; or (2) Completing the parking decal request form on the CF intranet. As a reminder, these changes were
CF’s school business partner, College Park Elementary School, would like to thank CF and the Appleton Museum of Art for our continued support. This week’s Chiptole fundraiser resulted in $800 in sales, where 33% or $239.68 will be donated to College Park. Thank you to those individuals who supported this effort. In September, the Appleton
The search for the 2021 CF Distinguished Alumni is now open! The CF Alumni Association in cooperation with the CF Foundation Alumni Relations office is excited to announce that nominations for the 2021 CF Distinguished Alumni Award will be accepted through Nov. 16, no later than 4 p.m. To be eligible for nomination an individual
Your CF United Way committee is busy planning fun activities for faculty and staff to be involved during the annual United Way workplace campaign that will kick off on Oct. 19. One activity is to submit a Halloween photo of yourself from the past three years or for this year if you already know your
Please save the date for the 2021 Open Enrollment for Florida Blue medical insurance and other health benefits. The 2021 open enrollment period begins Monday, Oct. 26, and will continue until midnight Friday, Nov. 6. A detailed message regarding Open Enrollment will be posted to the CF Insider at a future date. Below are a
The Webber Center is excited to announce the opening of “Pre-Conception,” a solo exhibition of sculptures by Russell Bellamy, and the official reopening of the Webber Gallery to the public. The exhibition will run from Oct. 12- Nov. 5. Bellamy’s artwork utilizes industrial materials and processes to comment on labor, sociological/psychological structures, and behavioral expectations.
Congratulations to Dr. Charles “Mac” McIntosh, dean of Criminal Justice and Public Service, who has been appointed by Gov. Ron DeSantis to the statewide Florida Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission for an initial four-year term effective immediately. The commission’s mission is to ensure that all citizens of Florida are served by criminal justice officers
The Appleton Museum of Art will reopen its doors to the public on Thursday, Oct. 15. After a temporary closure due to COVID-19 precautions, the museum is pleased to welcome back visitors. During this period, the entire museum received a deep cleaning while the team also worked on indoor and outdoor maintenance projects and created
The Sick Leave Pool open enrollment period will be from Oct. 1-31 for new members only. See below for two options for submitting a Sick Leave Pool enrollment request form. The sick leave pool is designed to help protect employees from loss of income due to a major illness or injury and is open to
Students who are looking for information about admissions, enrollment or financial aid can drop into a CF Virtual Lobby Monday-Friday, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and speak to CF staff one-on-one through Zoom. Links can be accessed at www.CF.edu/lobby.
CF Corporate College is offering an educational series in supply chain management, Tuesdays and Thursdays, now through February, from 3-5 p.m., online to help meet the area demand in this field. Classes can be taken individually or as a series and cost $499. This fast-paced industry requires professionals with a comprehensive understanding of the concepts
The United Way Online Auction is slated for Oct. 26-Nov. 6. If you have an item or service to donate to the auction, please send a brief description and photos to Cara Bennett by Friday, Oct. 9.
Dear CF Team, Zoom is, no doubt, here to stay. We are all still adjusting and there are some important additional considerations to ensure that we are representing the college and ourselves appropriately. Whether we are meeting with co-workers or community members, or with students in online classes or advising sessions via Zoom and other
CF Corporate College has partnered with the Ocala/Marion County Chamber & Economic Partnership to provide free, virtual remote worker and remote leadership courses for anyone working away from their normal work environment. Classes will be offered multiple times throughout the fall. The Remote Worker course focuses on setting up and transitioning to a remote work
The Patriot Café will be open for business Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. A breakfast menu with many of our regular items will be available as well as made to order subs, wraps, salads, flat bread pizzas and grilled items. We hope those on campus will stop by to see us. You can also call
Now is the time to join the Association of Florida Colleges CF Chapter. Learn more about why membership benefits you as a CF employee from Membership Chair, Kathy Robbins, associate professor for Teacher Education. The College of Central Florida AFC Chapter needs YOU! Join us on Monday, Sept. 28, at 6 p.m. as we groove
CF is looking for employees who are creative and like to help their community to be a part of the CF United Way Committee. CF has been a United Way partner for many years and gives employees an opportunity to give back to their community through volunteer service and donations. The United Way is a
The District Board of Trustees has approved the following minutes from the June 24, 2020, meeting.