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Improve your outlook on life, enhance your relationships with others, stimulate your mind and reduce your stress.

Events Listing

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21 Day Racial Equity Challenge 

Starting October 9th, 2019!

The Diversity & Equity committee invites you to take the 21 Day Racial Equity Challenge, coming to you FALL quarter!

Complete this Google Form to register for this Canvas training, and you will be enrolled in our course which will expose you to readings, videos and music that will challenge you to raise your racial equity IQ. For 21 days, starting on October 9, you’ll have a new module each day with interesting and engaging materials.

Best of all, faculty can earn PDUs for completing this training.  The Diversity & Equity committee will offer prizes to the department with the highest percentage of their personnel completing the challenge!

*New this quarter* This challenge is also available for students.  Please consider incorporating this content into your courses or programs as well as providing some incentives such as extra credit for student participation.  Students will participate in a separate course from faculty and staff

Sign up today to challenge yourself and your co-workers to increase your knowledge and understanding of racial equity.

Target Audience: Everyone


Community Conversation Series

Every Thursday at 12 p.m. is HSB 101

Community Conversations discussion series examines a current topic each quarter during the academic year (fall, winter, spring). Attendance is open to the public. There is no charge to attend. Presenters are LCC faculty and local community and business representatives.

Students may receive credit by enrolling in Humanities 106 (Community Conversations).

  • September 26: "What do we mean by Preparedness?"
  • October 3: "Retirement Preparedness"
  • October 10: "The Three A’s of a Self-Defense"
  • October 17: "Tsunami Survivors in Chile"
  • October 24: "Preparing for a Changing Economy"
  • October 31: "GRIN and PREPARE For It: Four Technologies that may Kill Us"
  • November 7: "The Hero Beside You"
  • November 14: "Stop Preparing for the Not-Apocalypse"
  • November 21: "Five Alternatives to Toilet Paper and Other Hiking Hacks"

Target Audience: Everyone

Faculty & Staff

LCC's Got Talent

Thursday, January 23rd, 2020 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. in the Wollenberg Auditorium

Share your talent with your peers by participating in the LCC's Got Talent performance! We are inviting faculty and staff that are musicians, singers, dancers, comedians, etc. to perform!

To sign up, contact HR or click here!

Target Audience: Faculty & Staff

Faculty & Staff

Basics of Managing Records (Webinar)

This session gives all state and local government employees a quick overview of how to manage the records (electronic and paper) that they create and receive each day. It covers:

1.What is a public record?
2.How long do records need to be kept?
3.What can be destroyed and what goes to the State Archives?
4.How can Washington State Archives help your agency?
5.Where can I learn more about managing records?

This webinar also satisfies the records retention portion of Open Government Trainings Act requirements for Elected/Appointed Officials, Public Records Officers, and Records Officers/Managers.

Target Audience: Faculty & Staff

Refresh your Mind

Refresh your Mind!

Improve your outlook on life.
Enhance your relationships with others.
Stimulate your mind.
Reduce your stress!

Pay-it-forward Card Program!

Send your peers a pay-it-forward card to recognize them for their strengths and hard work! Contact HR for cards.


Magna & Mentor Commons!

Professional development is at your fingertips! Learn more about how to access free online webinars!


Contact Red Devil Wellness

Faculty & Staff Wellness

  Sam Orth, Director of HR

   (360) 442-2124

Gym & Fitness Center Wellness

  Jarad Miller, Fitness Center Manager

   (360) 442-2245

Cafe & Dining Wellness

  Cliff Hicks, Enterprise Services Manager

   (360) 442-2441

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