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April 13, 2021

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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

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
All Day Weekly Contest: Make Lunch Count (Multi-Day Event)
April 13th is National "Make Lunch Count Day" so let's all get creative and make lunch count this week. To enter the contest, make your favorite healthy lunch, snap a pick and then complete the form. Be sure to include the dish name and/or ingredients used and an awesome photo. All entries will be eligible to win the random drawing for this week's prize and the photos will be featured on InvolveMOUNT and the MWCC CATS Facebook page.

Hosted by: MWCC Student Life Office

Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Virtual
All Day North Shore Community College Forum on Tolerance (Multi-Day Event)
Black Lives Matter: The U.S. Journey Towards Justice and Healing.PART 2
WITH OUR CONDEMNATION of the senseless murder of George Floyd as our catalyst, our virtual series will focus on the history of the harassment, profiling, and brutalization of our black citizens by the hands of community policing and the criminal justice system. We will explore steps that might be taken to reverse this systemic racism, help those who have been victimized by it, and heal as a nation and a community.
North Shore Community College is hosting this week long forum. Click the "JOIN EVENT ONLINE" link to see the complete schedule and register for the sessions you would like to attend.

Hosted by: MWCC Student Life Office

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Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Online
All Day CURRENT STUDENT REGISTRATION period for summer and fall
Current student registration period for summer and fall
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM Lessons from the Holocaust, with Survivor Kati Preston
Katie Preston is a Holocaust survivor, motivational speaker, author, and activist for tolerance and anti-bullying. As the daughter of a Jewish father, she faced deportation when the war came to Hungary in 1944, but was saved by a humble Christian peasant woman who risked her life to hide Kati in her barn. Still, 28 members of Kati's Jewish family perished in Auschwitz.
Following her survival amidst the death of so many, Kati pursued meaningful careers in journalism, international fashion, and emergency medicine, but ultimately realized that what matters most is sharing her story of survival to educate others about the consequences of hate and prejudice.
Kati has spoken at over 75 venues and was recently honored with the Susan J. Herman award for leadership in Holocaust and Genocide Awareness. She is also the recipient of the UNH Age of Champions Inspirational Award. New Hampshire's Governor Sununu recently signed into law a bill sponsored by Kati, mandating genocide and Holocaust Studies in New Hampshire schools. Kati is currently working with the Cohen Center in Keene State College on a comprehensive curriculum addressing the consequences of hate and prejudice.
Amidst the global rise of hate, racism, and antisemitism, Kati believes her story is more relevant now than ever. Please join us in this once-in-a-lifetime event to hear Kati's story.
If you need accommodations to participate in this event, please contact Kaitlin Moody at
This event is being hosted by New Hampshire Technical Institute.

Hosted by: MWCC Student Life Office

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Additional Information can be found at: LOCATION: Online

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