Free Energy Saving Workshop


Free One-Hour Workshop

Open to the GCC Community: Students, Faculty and Staff

Tuesday, December 6, 2016
1:00 – 2:00 PM  /  T121

Both home owners and renters can learn how to reduce energy bills via low-cost, no cost energy conservation methods.

  • What are the biggest energy hogs in your home?
  • How can you improve your home’s comfort, health and safety?
  • Explore financial assistance such as grants, loans and on-bill financing.
  • Learn how to get started on home energy upgrades.

All participants will receive their own individualized Energy Action Plan and two energy saving light bulbs!

Presented by Charles Malone of the Cornell Cooperative Extension Genesee County and sponsored by GCC’s Sustainability Committee.  

Virtual Career Fair – November 15

State Universities of New York
Virtual Career Fair
Tuesday, November 15th
9:00am – 5:00pm

Students & Alumni are invited to interact with employers live online. Join the fair from anywhere and get your resume in front of employers with no line or waiting!


Registering ahead of time will allow students to upload their resume to be viewed by all employers prior to the fair. However, registration can be completed on the day of the fair.

Attend with on Campus Support:

Webcams will be set up and Career Services staff will be present for support in room T104 during the entire fair.

View Participating Employers:

Select “Jobseekers” off of the following webpage:  


Breakfast With Santa – Dec 3 (oops! had the wrong date!)


Tickets are now on sale for this annual event in the Student Activities Office!

$5 for adults, $3 for kids 6-12 and FREE for kids under 5

Menu Includes:

Cinnamon buns with your choice of scrambled eggs or pancakes, home fries, and bacon or sausage. Beverages included.

Tickets will be available at the door on the day of the event.

Native American exhibit/presentations in November

November is Native American Month!

To celebrate, the Roz Steiner Art Gallery and Alfred C. O’Connell Library are hosting a series of presentations and events starting with the opening of an exhibit of regional artifacts loaned from the Rochester Museum and Science Center,

As well as artwork from Carson Waterman and heritage quilts from Faye Lone:

“Celebration of Native American Heritage”

12:30 – 2pm & 5 – 7pm in the Art Gallery  – Receptions w/ Carson Waterman & Faye Lone
7pm in room T102 – Gary Sundown presentation on Native American film

12:30 – 1:30pm in the Art Gallery – Terry Abrams presentation on Native American Veterans
7pm in the Art Gallery – Gary Sundown presentation on Native American film

12:30 -1:30pm in the Forum – Wayne Abrams dance presentation
7pm in the Forum – Native American Social

12:30 in the Library – Corn Husk Doll workshop (limited seating for 20)
12:30 – 2pm in the Art Gallery – Story Teller & Writer Joe Bruchac
7pm in room T102 –Story Teller & Writer Joe Bruchac

12:30pm in the Art Gallery – All Things Lacrosse: Nek Jonathan presentation on stick making

*More presentations TBA, check website/facebook page for updates

Jobs Weekly – 10/18/16

The following jobs have been posted in Purple Briefcase over the last week. Go to Purple Briefcase to apply for any postings you believe may be a good opportunity for you.

Purple Briefcase Overview
How to Create Your Purple Briefcase Account

Prep Cook, Full Time

Residential Camp Counselor, Full Time
KenMont and KenWood Camps

Logistics Sales Representative – Carrier Manager
, Full Time
Fetch Logistics

Direct Support Professional (CIA), Full Time
Lifetime Assistance, Inc.

Store Manager – Trainee, Full Time
Kmart Corporation

Service Desk Technician, Full Time
ASM Research, Inc.

Software Engineer
, Full Time
EagleView Technologies

2017 Intern/Co-Op, Internship
Atlantic Testing Laboratories (ATL)

Cooking Matters AmeriCorps, Full Time

Quality Associate II – Supplier Quality, Full Time

Customer Service Supervisor, Full Time
Chapin International, Inc.

Teacher Aide
, Full Time
Arc of Orleans County

Program Relief Worker, Part Time
Mental Health Association of Genesee and Orleans Counties

Teaching Assistant – Campbell-Savona, Full Time
ProAction of Steuben and Yates, Inc.

Medicaid Service Coordinator, Full Time
Lifetime Assistance, Inc.

Human Resources Intern
, Internship
EagleView Technologies

Human Resources – HR Lead, Full Time
Kmart Corporation

Air Cargo Handler, Part Time

Line Service Technician, Full Time

Supply Management Coordinator, Full Time
Paychex, Inc.

Seasonal Line Service Technician
, Full Time

Route Delivery Driver CDL Class A, Full Time
Bartlett Distribution Services

Direct Support Professional (CIA), Full Time
Lifetime Assistance, Inc.

Assistant Controller/Revenue& Reimbursement Specialist, Full Time
Lifetime Assistance, Inc.

Building Technician
, Full Time
Anthony J. Costello & Son Development


Plagiarism Workshops

The library is offering 3 Plagiarism workshops for students in October (additional sessions will be offered in November):

Thurs. Oct. 13 @ 12:30 – 1:30
Weds. Oct. 26 @ 1 – 2 pm
Fri. Oct. 28 @ 1 – 2 pm

The workshop will cover topics such as summarizing, paraphrasing, common knowledge, time management, in-text citations, and signal phrases.  Two hands-on activities will help participants practice these skills. The workshop will generally cover MLA citation style, but students are free to ask have questions about APA or Chicago style.

All workshops cover the same material, so students should attend the workshop that’s most convenient for their schedule.

The library is offering 2 Citation Help sessions in October (additional sessions will be offered in November):

Tues. Oct. 11 @ 12:30 – 1:30
Mon. Oct. 24 @ 1 – 2 pm

Librarians will review MLA, APA, & Chicago styles and take questions. Librarians *will not* be providing general writing assistance at these sessions.

The full schedule of workshops and help sessions is available at: