We’ve got spirit. How about you? Starting Monday, Oct. 26, and throughout the week, you will have a chance to show your spirit as OTC celebrates Family Giving Week and Spirit Days!
Family Giving Week is an event to show appreciation for how well the OTC family takes care of its students.
Faculty and staff are invited to join the OTC Foundation team to celebrate their contributions to the foundation and to learn more about how their gifts are used to help students.
Below are the dates and times of our Family Giving events at the five campuses and centers.
• Springfield Campus: Monday, Tuesday, Friday 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. in the Board Room
•Waynesville Center: Wednesday 10 a.m. – noon, Room 119C
• Lebanon Center: Wednesday 2 p.m.- 4 p.m., Fisk Conference Room
• Table Rock Campus: Thursday 10 a.m. – noon, Room 211
• Richwood Valley Campus: Thursday 2 – 4 p.m., Room 222
Stop by the foundation office at Information Commons 206 and find out how your gift will make a difference.
In addition to the Family Giving events, every day next week has been designated a Spirit Day and students, faculty and staff at all of our locations are invited to dress as described below.
A prize will be given for the employee with the most spirit – so dress up, take pictures and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Family Giving Week get-togethers to show off!
Here is the list of Spirit Days:
Monday, Oct. 26: Hero Day. Wear your favorite superhero-themed clothing item. It can be a shirt, pair of socks, tie or even a cape.
Tuesday, Oct. 27: Collegiate Day. Rock out in the collegiate gear of your alma mater or college team. Don’t have a team? How about wearing some OTC apparel?
Wednesday, Oct. 28: Denim Day. Here’s your excuse to go all out in the denim look. Shirts, skirts, jackets or jeans (boot cut, straight or skinny) are all fair to wear on this day.
Thursday, Oct. 29: Polo Day. The only question is: Do you pop the collar or not. It’s entirely up to you.
Friday, Oct. 30. Costume Day. Ditch the business attire because when else will you have an opportunity to wear a costume to work?
For any questions, contact Amy Bacon at email@example.com