MCC Educational Seminar Series: Helping You Build a Successful Future

The Educational Seminar Series are hosted by the Friends of MCC Foundation. Presenters are experts in their field and volunteer their time to share their knowledge on topics of interest.

A series of FREE, informational seminars will be offered as a public service by these professionals to the MCC community.  


Identity Theft and Internet Fraud

  • Date: Thursday, May 21, 2015
  • Time: 6 p.m.
  • Location: The Scot Room (Park in Lot B)

Cyber crimes and fraud are a daily occurrence. MCC is on top of the issue and wants you to be too! Join us and get up to speed on how to protect yourself.

This seminar will provide a general overview of the topics and issues of “top scams”; how to recognize, avoid and what to do if you are a victim of a scam; ways to avoid and protect yourself from identity theft and data breaches and the responsibilities of businesses and individuals who receive and/or maintain personal information.

Guest Speaker

Lisa Thompson-Bennett - Illinois Attorney General’s Office



Brought to you by the Friends of McHenry County College Foundation
These are no-pressure learning opportunities. Attendees are under no obligation to utilize the services of the guest speaker that will be providing professional advice.

If you would like to recommend any potential future seminars, please email the Friends of MCC Foundation at foundation@mchenry.edu.


Future Topics

  • Paying for College: For Your Children, Grandchildren and Yourself - June 16, 2015

    Guest speaker, Chris Werner is Vice President, External Wholesales at Oppenheimer Funds, Inc. Chris is responsible for wholesaling Oppenheimer 529 plans to financial advisors throughout the Midwest and Southwest regions.

Who Should Attend

  • High school or college students
  • Parents, grandparents or family members of soon-to-be college students
  • Parents of young children, planning your financial future
  • High school administrators or counselors seeking resources to help your students

 


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