Did you miss out on the CF Resource Fair? CF representatives from various departments presented information that can help enhance your job. Check out the video here. Check out the event handout here.
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The Ocala Campus Student Life Department is looking for volunteers to assist with Welcome and Information Remote Stations on campus and online. Join us Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 17 and 18, for one hour between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Locations will be Center Lawn, or virtually in a Zoom room. Volunteers will be asked
Voting is underway for the Ocala StarBanner’s Best of the Best. Last year, CF and the Appleton Museum of Art were recognized in numerous categories. Please take a few minutes to review the categories and vote. Here’s How 1. Visit Ocala.com/contests and select Best of the Best. 2. Vote! There are six main categories with multiple
The Marketing and Public Relations team wants to help you look good. Did you know that you can download CF Zoom backgrounds, CF PowerPoint template, flyer templates and more to help you look as professional as possible. Check out all the options on Inside (resources located on the left menu) along with the updated Brand
We have all been through many Zoom meetings throughout the past few months. This is a great time to check your Zoom etiquette to see if there are any items you need to brush up on. Read more here.
The Patriot Cafe is currently closed. Check back for more details.
CF, in partnership with the office of Sen. Keith Perry, is hosting a second free food distribution event through Farm Share on Thursday, Aug. 6, on the Ocala Campus. Volunteers are needed from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. If you are interested in volunteering during work hours you must obtain approval from your supervisor. To
CF students continue to work hard to create the Patriot Press, CF’s student run newspaper. The online publication is updated on a regular basis. Check out the latest issue here.
The Association of Florida Colleges offers members professional development events and programs that include activities which allow participants to focus on concerns related to the Florida College System. A concentration of relevant experiences coupled with the expertise and innovation of peers throughout the state distinguishes the professional development offerings of the AFC. If you have
Want to learn more about what CF offers our students? Join us for our new live online program every Wednesday at noon on the CF Facebook page. These sessions will feature CF experts who talk about academic programs as well as resources that potential or current students might not be aware of. July 15: Starting
As we enter another month with many offices closed on campus, we have refined the process for requesting cleaning of your office if it is in one of the buildings that has been designated as closed. To have your office cleaned and sanitized, please submit a Custodial Services Request. The form is located at Inside.cf.edu
While CF Health and Wellness was looking forward to resuming Spin classes, our delayed return to campus means we will need to wait a bit longer. We will share the new schedule as soon as we can safely return to campus.
The District Board of Trustees has approved the following minutes from the Feb. 26, 2020, meeting.
Congratulations to the following CF employees who will represent the Association of Florida Colleges CF Chapter for 2020-2021. President: Kim Sellers, Learning Lab School President-Elect: Marjorie McGee, Student Life Vice President: Amanda Camp, Financial Aid Secretary: Shana Miller, Academics Affairs Treasurer: Cara Bennett, Information Technology Immediate Past President: Ron Kielty, Information Technology Ocala Campus Representative: Jessica
CF Health and Wellness is happy to announce that when the college re-opens on July 6, the SPIN program will resume classes on the same day. Classes will be held in the gym on the schedule below and follow these guidelines: Monday and Wednesday noon-12:45 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday
Submitted by Dr. Chris Knierim Service-Learning Coordinator, The Office of Service, Civic, and Community Engagement On March 14, just before COVID-19 shut down businesses and life changed as we now know, CF had 10 exceptional students participate in 29th Fort McCoy Chili Cook-off to assist in raising funds for Fort McCoy School, which serves students kindergarten
For security and efficiency, select college buildings are currently not open to the public; however, you are welcome to return to campus and these closed buildings to pick up files, check mail and work in the office. If you enter one of the buildings that has been designated as closed, please contact Tommy Morelock at
The summer issue of Connection magazine is now available. When we return to campus, pick up a copy at the Communications Center in the Ewers Century Center; email the Communications Center at CFinfo@cf.edu; or view Connection online here. Read about CF’s Distance Learning before and since COVID-19, how our faculty members include many hands-on learning opportunities
Keep hanging in there! Check out some of these articles that might interest you. –Five Essential Skills to Lead Through Disruption (Inc.) –The Indistractable Model: 4 Steps to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life (Woven) –The HyFlex option for Instruction if Campuses Open This Fall (Insider Higher Ed–full video and article available) Have an
CF will conduct a test of its RAVE Alert emergency notification system for all CF campus locations on Tuesday, May 19, between 12:15 and 12:30 p.m. Students, faculty and staff are enrolled automatically and may receive messages via text, phone and email. To update your preferences, login to the MyCF portal, click on Go to RAVE,