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March 2, 2023

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Thursday, March 02, 2023

All Day Give the Gift of Flavor (Multi-Day Event)
Hello Everyone, 
Thank you all for your generous donations to the Food for Though Food Pantry! 
The students were thrilled to have them!!
We are extending the Spice Drive until Spring Break!
A few suggestion:
(We have a printed list also in the Brewer Center)
Adobo, Sazon, Sofrito, Bouillon cubes(Chicken, Beef, Vegetable)
Ketchup, Mustard, Mayonnaise,
Flavored oils
Pumpkin Spice, Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Coriander, Thyme, Dill
Garlic, Terriyaki, A-1 Sauce, BBQ Sauce, Soy Sauce, Oregano,
Parsley, Basil, Onion, Chipotle Sauce, Everything Spice, Montreal Steak

Hosted by: Brewer Center for Civic Learning & Community Engagement

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Food for Thought Pantry H155 or
All Day Spring 2023 SGA Election Nominations (Multi-Day Event)
Would you like to make a difference on campus? Do you want to be a voice for other students? Will you be returning to MWCC in the fall? Consider running for a seat in the Spring 2023 Student Government Association Elections. The SGA is an 18 member board that serves as the liaison between the students and the college administration. Any student that is registered for at least 6 credits and has a GPA of 2.0 (first semester students do not have a GPA requirement) is eligible to run for an At-Large position. The Student Trustee position additionally must be held by a student who has completed at least one semester at MWCC and has a high school diploma or GED.
Elections will take place on April 10-23, 2023 for (8) At-Large Representative positions and (1) Student Trustee position. Students wishing to run for election must complete the Spring 2023 SGA Election Candidate Request form. Represent your peers, serve your school, and build your leadership skills.
Nomination papers are due in no later than 4pm on Friday, March 31,2023.

Hosted by: Student Government Association - Student Organization

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: All MWCC Campuses
All Day Rethinking Racism (Multi-Day Event)
Through interactive activities and dialogue, participants will deepen their knowledge of the history and key concepts of race and racism, enhance their understanding of the how race and racism manifests in institutions and lived experiences.
We are committing time and resources to students’ and employees’ individual learning and strongly encourage you to be part of Rethinking Racism and Building Community, a 2 ½ day in-person workshop and training.

We have partnered with Equity Consulting Network, a racially and culturally diverse team of practitioners and trainers to provide racial equity and social justice training!
The workshop model is designed to engage in learning and action around issues of race and racism while creating a cadre of leaders to institutionalize a foundation of racial equity throughout Mount Wachusett Community College. Participants will deepen their knowledge of the history and key concepts of race and racism, enhance their understanding of the how race and racism manifests in institutions and lived experiences.
This exciting opportunity is open to all MWCC students and employees with a maximum participation of 35. The workshop/training will take place in the Multipurpose Room | Room H171. Participants are expected to attend the full consecutive 2 ½ days (March 1st, 2nd, and 3rd). Registration is limited and required.
Day #1 – (1/2 Day)
Wednesday, March 1, 2023
12:30-4:00 PM
Lunch will be provided
Day #2 – (FULL Day)
Thursday, March 2, 2023
8:30-4:00 PM
Continental breakfast and Lunch will be provided
Day #3 – (FULL Day)
Friday, March 3, 2023
8:30-4:00 PM
Continental breakfast and Lunch will be provide
The consecutive workshops are designed to support our goal to build community through learning, processing, and self-reflection while developing the capacity of to better understand racism in its institutional and structural forms. This is a great opportunity to move MWCC’s equity imperative with a racial equity lens forward, prepare yourself and your staff for this work, and being an active ally.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact Stephanie Williams at
This event is FREE for all participants with support from the SUCCESS Fund.

Hosted by:

Online Location:

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Online
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Group Centergy
Join us in the gym for an instructor lead group exercise class consisting of yoga, Pilates and mobility moves. This 55 minute class can be modified for differing levels. Come move!
Please make sure to arrive at the fitness center at least 10 minutes prior to the start of class with a yoga mat (If you do not have a yoga mat you must email two days prior to the event). Simply report to the front desk to fill out a guest form and they will direct you from there. You should wear comfortable workout attire for class. Locker and shower facilities will be available. 
Here is a link to preview what Group Centergy is:

Hosted by: Intramurals

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Mount Fitness
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Lauren Hope Krass Comedy Show
Lauren Who?
Comedian and writer Lauren Hope Krass got her start in comedy in the beautiful city of Charleston, South Carolina.  There, she performed improv and standup regularly at Theatre 99 and all over the city. Her material ranges from the ridiculous to the brutally honest.  Her self-deprecating humor combined with a dash of charm creates a unique perspective relevant to any audience.
Lauren has headlined nationwide for Organizations (SAP Americas), Colleges (Princeton) and Clubs (Goonies, MD). Locally, you can catch her at some of the best clubs in NYC such as Caroline's, Stand Up NY, New York Comedy Club and QED among many others. She has also been a featured storyteller on Kevin Allison’s RISK! She's the winner of the She Devil Comedy Festival (2018) and her original TV Pilot "Fat With Standards" was an official selection of the Atlanta Comedy Film Festival (2021) and a finalist in the Austin Comedy Film Festival (2021). More recently Lauren has also taken on the world of cruises! Lauren has also been featured in the Women in Comedy Festival, Cinderblock Comedy Festival, Annapolis Comedy Festival and the Charleston Comedy Festival.
More than her awesome jokes, Lauren is also an award winning playwright (and now scriptwriter!) She has written and performed in her full length original musical titled “Princess Charming" which was well received on stages in South Carolina and New York City. After that, she performed her caberet show "A Krass Act" at the famous Duplex Piano Bar in NYC and at QED. This hilarious show features her best jokes, stories and original songs. Lauren has been written about in The New York Times, Time Out NY and Backstage. You’re going to want to see what the hell this woman is doing...

Hosted by: Campus Activity Team for Students - Student Organization, MWCC Student Life Office

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Student Center
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Financial Literacy Workshop - Understanding Banking Products & Services, Borrowing and Buying a Home
Do you know all of the products/services offered by banks such as checking and savings accounts, loans, investments, etc? Are you looking to purchase a home sometime in the future? Then this workshop is for you. We'll discuss these topics and answer your questions in a fun and entertaining way. There is no such thing as boring with this Financial Literacy Workshop. We will also be giving away $250 in CASH Prizes, you don't want to miss this event!
Click "Join Event Online" to attend.
About the Presenter:
Eric Smith is the founder of The EKS Group, LLC, and creator of The Financial Literacy Coach and The Money Game Literacy Program. With over 28 years of success in the financial industry, Eric has the expertise needed to teach students how to succeed financially, no matter which career they choose to enter after college.
For nearly thirty years, Eric Smith was a successful lender and banking executive in the Atlanta, Georgia area. During the nineties, Eric was one of the highest producing mortgage originators in the metro area originating over one half billion dollars of residential mortgages.
As a commercial lender and manager, he originated and managed nearly one billion dollars of loans, making him one of the highest producing commercial lenders in the metro Atlanta market. As the youngest executive officer of a regional banking company, Eric was involved in the credit review of thousands, many of whom have been professional athletes.
Eric graduated with honors from Georgia State University and from the Graduate Banking School at LSU. He understands the importance of community service and has served previously as a Director of the Midwest Georgia Homebuilders Association, a county representative for a State of Georgia Water Planning Board, and as Finance Chair for the Boy Scouts. He currently serves as a board member and Vice Chairman of his local County Water Authority. He resides in Coweta County, Georgia with his wife, two children, two dogs, one cat and thirty seven chickens. He is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys hunting, fishing, and amateur farming. He has a work ethic that he describes as crazy compulsive and makes it a point to never take himself too seriously.
Eric is the founder of The EKS Group, LLC and was the first ever financial literacy speaker to be included on the NCAA’s Speaker Registry. As a financial literacy presenter and speaker, Eric has shared his financial education programs to tens of thousands of collegiate student athletes all across the country. He has also presented at many NFL rookie camps including the Miami Dolphins, Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tennessee Titans, Indianapolis Colts and Carolina Panthers. Eric was an invited presenter at the NCAA-NFL Life Skills Summit, the NCAA Leadership Forum, and the 2013 NBA Draft Program. Eric has also taught financial success programs to many of the NBA D-League teams. Eric's passion is helping to encourage, educate and equip student athletes to make better financial decisions. He is very passionate about using his skills and abilities as a cash flow expert to help student athletes increase their chances of winning their own "Money Game."

Hosted by: MWCC Student Life Office

Online Location:

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Zoom
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Human Services Bi-weekly Meeting
We will meet every other week to discuss group business and upcoming events

Hosted by: Human Services Club - Student Organization

Online Location:

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Online

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