Virtual Activites

 

 

 

 

Civic Engagement & Service

This Spring, the Office of Student Life has partnered with local agencies to provide TCC students with opportunities to be active citizens in the local communities. The goal is to engage and empower students to become effective leaders (on campus and in the local communities) and critical thinkers, through meaningful activities and services that address community issues. Majority of activities and services will be scheduled every first and third Saturday of each month, starting February 5th. There will also be activities and service projects that will take place during the week.

Are you passionate about service? Do you have some great service project ideas that you would like to share with us? Fill out the Service Inventory Survey to share your ideas.

Local Service Partners

City of Tallahassee

Kearney Center

Volunteer Leon

Second Harvest of the Big Bend

Tallahassee Urban League

 

Service Opportunities

Saturday, March 27 @ 9:00 a.m. - Big Bend Cares National Women & Girls Awareness Day Drive Through Event at Old West Enrichment Center - 2344 Lake Bradford Road If interested in volunteering email YaShica D'Angelo at ydangelo@bigbendcares.org

 

 Civic Engagement Opportunities

The Village Square, in partnership with Florida Humanities, will host a digital series of programs, “A Citizen’s Guide to Healing America,” addressing the fault lines in our democratic system and empowering individual citizens to understand and address the challenges ahead — whether that’s as a voter or in healing divisions in your family.

Thursday, April 22 come to TCC and help clean up the areas around the college.

 

 

 

Clubs & Orgs

Clubs & Orgs are meeting virtually this semester. To find information about specific groups, please visit MyTCC or the Clubs & Organization section of our website.

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The Last Lecture Series

Our series was inspired by a talk Professor Randy Pausch delivered at Carnegie Mellon University entitled "Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams." In this talk Pausch discussed everything he wanted his children to know after his pancreatic cancer had taken his life. It included stories of his childhood, lessons he wanted his children to learn, and things he wanted his children to know about him. He repeatedly stressed that one should have fun in everything one does, and that one should live life to its fullest because one never knows when it might be taken. In honor of Randy Pausch we initiated our own Last Lecture Series here at TCC to continue his legacy. This is an ongoing series of lectures where top academics are asked to think deeply about what matters to them, and then give a hypothetical "final talk", i.e., "what wisdom would they try to impart to the world if they knew it was their last chance?" This is a very exciting opportunity for students to learn more about their instructors'/administrator’s interests and/or thoughts on a subject they care deeply about.

SpeakerDate PostedLink
Dr Sheri Rowland Fri. April 10 Watch Here
Dean Anthony Jones Tues. April 28 Watch Here

Eagle Fit Live

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Campus Recreation: Fitness

At Home Dumbbell workout Intro & Biceps

Intro to At Home Workout

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At Home Dumbbell Workout - Triceps

Learn to work out your Triceps at home

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At Home Dumbbell Workout - Squats

Learn how to do squats with dumbbells at home

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