MCC Relay Team selling luminarias, torches, T-shirts
If you would like to purchase Relay for Life luminarias ($5 each or $10 for three) or tribute torches ($50 each-yours to keep after the event), forms are available at the cashier's window in the business office. MCC's Relay for Life team, the Trailblazers, will be raising funds now through May 15th, so watch for other opportunities to help. The deadline to purchase luminarias or torches is April 29.
Relay for Life t-shirts are now available. (See the shirt and sizes/prices below.)
This year's Relay for Life will be held at East Montgomery High School's football field from 6 PM until midnight on May 15th. If you'd like to join the team, see Jessica Blanchard at the cashier's window in the business office.
Do you have a reason to relay? Join or help our team today!
Tips for responsible social networking
(Adapted from an email from The KnowBe4 Security Team at KnowBe4.com.)
KnowBe4 Security Tips - Responsible Social Networking
Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn. Chances are you are a member of one or more of these social networks. Chances are you have posted something about your work or school (positive and/or negative). Chances are you have friends/followers/connections that are co-workers, fellow students, instructors, or your supervisor.
You have the right to remain silent . . .
Anything you post may be used against you, so be careful. Consider that what you post online to social networks is a body of evidence. If a manager or a prospective employer sees negative things being posted about work, it may trigger a meeting, or result in a lost job opportunity.
Be mindful of what you post. Do not post anything online that could be used against you or your employer. Attackers use social networking sites to gather information about you and/or your company and use it against you.
Potential and current employers can research your posts and pictures and make a decision on whether or not you get the job, or get a promotion. If you post pictures of you doing illegal things, or acting overly irresponsible, it could hurt you and your career.
Be mindful of posting strongly opinionated views. This could cause coworkers to feel uncomfortable around you if they do not feel the same way. Think carefully about what you are posting and who can see it. It could come back to bite you.
Use what you are given.
Most of the social networking sites allow you to only show specific groups of people specific information. Use this feature. Make as little as possible 'public.' Consider separating work relationships from personal ones online.
Be careful what you post online. It could come back to hurt you, or the company you work for. It is perfectly fine to make use of social networking, just make sure to be responsible about it.
The forestry club bbq sale has been cancelled. refunds will be made as soon as possible.