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November 19, 2020

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Thursday, November 19, 2020

All Day Hands only CPR (Multi-Day Event)
MWCC SNA has a yearly project that is done in an effort to support the community. This year we have continued the task of teaching hands only CPR with one major change.
Previously teachings were calculated via signatures obtained from individuals that we taught how to perform hands only CPR. Now the calculation is done via social media.
We have a specific hashtag, #CPRSavesLivesMWCC  Each time this tag is used, it will count as a signature. For every like, comment and share we get a "signature".
this can be done via any social media platform including twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc.  we currently have an Instagram account @hands_only_cpr which has a few posts to get us started. If you would like you can follow the account and tag it in any posts that you make with the #
Remember this is done in correlation with the American Heart Association and all posts should be appropriate and educational. with that being said, we do need to try and get "likes" so humor, as long as it is appropriate is ok.
Lets Save Lives!!

Hosted by: Student Nurses Association

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Online
End Time 3:00 PM Weekly Contest: Great American Smokeout (Multi-Day Event)
November 19th is the Great American Smokeout. Help crush the habit for yourself or others by learning the facts:
Check out the links below and then send an email to with a "quit tip", fact, or something you learned from the links to be entered to win a $25 Gourmet Donuts gift card. All entries must be received by 3pm on Thursday, 11/19/20.
MWCC Health Services Video 
American Cancer Society Stay Away from Tobacco
Escape the Vape Video
National Institute on Drug Abuse Marijuana
This contest is sponsored by the MWCC Health Services Office.

Hosted by: MWCC Student Life Office

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Virtual
All Day Weekly Contest: Native American History Month Word Search (Multi-Day Event)
Try to see if you can find all 24 Native American tribe names in this week's word search puzzle. Complete the puzzle virtually, then take a screen shot that includes the green checkmark indicating that you found them all. Email the screenshot to between 8am on 11/16 and 12pm on 11/20 for your chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card!
Go here to complete the puzzle.
Want to learn more about the many Native American tribes; check out this website.

Hosted by: MWCC Student Life Office

Online Location:

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Online
All Day Full-time Faculty Evaluations
Full-time Faculty Evaluations
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM What Do High School Grads Need to Know?
We want to hear your opinions!  What was the most valuable thing you learned in high school? If you could reimagine the high school experience, what would you change?  What was the most valuable thing you learned in high school?  
Portrait of a Graduate is a multiyear grant from the Barr Foundation for the communities of Gardner, Winchendon, Leominster and Fitchburg. Our goal is to reimagine high school to ensure that all high school graduates are ready to thrive in college, career and community. 
We want to hear what you have to say!
The first 20 students that sign up will receive a $10.00 Amazon gift card!
Click on this link to register:

Hosted by: United Way Youth Venture

Online Location:

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Online
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Frugal Living Seminar
Join us on Zoom!
Meeting ID: 835 6732 5136

Learn some great strategies for stretching your income. Hear from the TRIO staff as they share their favorite frugal tips! This seminar is hosted by the Visions and Rx Programs and is open to the MWCC community. The Visions & Rx Programs at Mount Wachusett Community College are funded by TRIO Student Support Services grants through the U.S. Department of Education. For more information, please visit
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Threats to our Democracy in Historical Context
What can we learn about the current state of our democracy by examining it within the long arc of American history? Please join us for the first event in our “Let’s talk about our democracy” series, hosted by Mass Humanities, for an informative and engaging exploration of this question.
Peter Levine, an expert on civic engagement, will moderate a conversation and audience Q&A with Suzanne Mettler and Robert Lieberman, authors of the new book Four Threats: The Recurring Crises of American Democracy. By studying previous periods in history when our democracy has been in peril, they discovered four recurring threats: political polarization, racism and nativism, economic inequality, and excessive executive power. Today, for the first time in American history, all four threats are present at the same time, a convergence that marks a grave moment in our democratic experiment. Yet history also points the way to imagine a path toward repairing our civic fabric and renewing democracy. We hope you will join us for this important conversation!
Moderator:Peter Levine, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Lincoln Filene Professor of Citizenship & Public Affairs in Tufts University’s Jonathan Tisch College of Civic Life.
Panelists:Suzanne Mettler, the John L. Senior Professor of American Institutions at Cornell University.
Robert C. Lieberman, Krieger-Eisenhower Professor of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University.
If you are interested in purchasing a copy of Mettler and Lieberman’s Four Threats: The Recurring Crises of American Democracy, you can click here for options.
To register: Click here to register. A few days before the event, you will receive an email from Jennifer Hall-Witt, Program Officer at Mass Humanities, with the link to access this event.
Questions? Please email Jennifer Hall-Witt at

Hosted by: Brewer Center for Civic Learning & Community Engagement

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Online

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