Grant Writing Workshop

Grant Writing Workshop

Join TCC Director of Financial Planning and Sponsored Programs Amy Bradbury for a two-day workshop covering the grant-writing process from start to finish. These workshops will be held from 6-8 p.m. on April 22 and April 23, April 28 and April 29. This class costs $159. Register at http://bit.ly/2vUdGql

STEM Center: Take Flight Tuesday

STEM Center: Take Flight Tuesday

 

Students, faculty and staff are invited to come out to the STEM Center’s Take Flight Tuesday on Tuesday, July 16, at 2 p.m., in the Dr. Lei Wang STEM Center
Academic Computing Bldg. (AC), Room 133.

Those in attendance will get the opportunity to learn about and fly drones.

For more information, contact the STEM Center at (850) 201-8190.

 

National Safety Month — Wakulla Center

The TCC Wakulla Center invites local businesses, community members and students to

a series of free safety workshops in celebration of #NationalSafetyMonth.

 

Please register at:  www.tccwakullacenter.eventbrite.com  

 

Description of the event — Female Self Defense: Situational:

Situational awareness is a key factor in daily survival. Many people do not realize just how vulnerable they are doing a normal activity such as grocery shopping. Learn the most important components of self defense, and never become a victim.

National Safety Month — Wakulla Center

The TCC Wakulla Center invites local businesses, community members and students to

a series of free safety workshops in celebration of #NationalSafetyMonth.

 

Please register at:  www.tccwakullacenter.eventbrite.com  

 

Description of the event — Until Help Arrives:

Bystanders can and do save lives when they step forward to help.
The overall goal of becoming an active bystander is to strengthen the role and ability of persons to save lives by taking a few, specific helping actions when at the scene of an unexpected emergency.
Learn how to:
  • Respond to a manmade or natural disaster, or any other life-threatening emergency.
  • Provide basic initial care and other assistance to supervisors prior to the arrival of uniformed emergency responders. This includes learning how to help someone who is:
    • Bleeding;
    • has a blocked airway;
    • not breathing;
    • has a burn;
    • has hyperthermia/heat illness;
    • is drowning.
  • Offer support and comfort to individuals harmed by the emergency.
  • Convey information and collaborate with emergency responders.
  • Identify additional training, tools and other resources to enhance their response skills.

National Safety Month — Wakulla Center

The TCC Wakulla Center invites local businesses, community members and students to

a series of free safety workshops in celebration of #NationalSafetyMonth.

 

Please register at:  www.tccwakullacenter.eventbrite.com  

 

Description of the event — CRASE:

The CRASE message is designed to educate, empower, and provide attendees with an action plan for surviving an active shooter event. In just two hours, this FREE training will teach you how to be prepared in an active shooter event, as well as in everyday life. You will also learn how to recognize dangerous situations and respond with potentially life-saving techniques.

Through situational awareness and mental scripting, attendees will leave with a sense of preparedness, not fear. The goal is to provide a decisive action plan that will limit the number of potential victims accessible to the shooter and assist police response. Officers will be available to address specific questions and concerns after each training.

ACT/SAT Prep Workshop

Tallahassee Community College and the Florida A & M University TRiO program will co-host a free ACT/SAT Prep workshop Saturday, March 30, from 9 a.m. to noon at the TCC Wakulla Center.

The workshop will provide important information and useful tools for students preparing to take the ACT or SAT. Students are advised to bring pencils and calculators.

While there is no cost to attend, students are required to register in advance.

Register Now!

You can also contact the TCC Wakulla Center at (850) 558-3525 or WakullaCenter@tcc.fl.edu to register.

FAFSA Completion Workshop

Educational Opportunity CentersCompleting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is important in order to receive financial aid for college.

Need assistance for completing the FAFSA? Come out to the TCC Wakulla Center on October 20, 2018 from 10 a.m. to noon.

Make sure to bring:

  • FSA ID
  • FSA ID of parent if you are a dependent
  • Social Security Number/Alien Registration Number

We also recommend bringing a laptop, your tax returns (and parent’s if you are dependent), driver’s license number, and records of other income (if applicable)

This workshop is presented by FAMU TRIO EOC.