If you're looking for some solid signs that spring is coming, look no farther than your watch or alarm clock. Sunday, March 14, Daylight Saving Time returns with the promise of more opportunities to get outside and pursue your health and fitness goals for 2021. Beyond moving your clocks ahead, it's also a moment to perhaps pause and think about ways to push forward to achieve a healthier and happier lifestyle as well.
For many of us, the spring and summer featured not just our own adjustment to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, but significant demands upon us to ensure both the safety and well-being of others. While there can be much reward in taking good care to be certain our families and colleagues are attended to, it can leave individuals feeling as if they are unable to find appropriate opportunities to take care of their own needs and challenges.
In challenging times, knowing where to find information when you need it most is so important and that's why we've sought to capture all of the current resources, both on campus and around the University System in one handy reference.
DECEMBER UPDATE AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM THE HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICE
On May 14th, the University of Maine at Fort Kent community celebrated the service milestones of employees who have provided dedicated support for the institution's mission of ensuring successful student outcomes. At the ceremony honoring their accomplishments a great crowd of co-workers enjoyed the opportunity to share congratulations and celebrate.
TIAA Financial Consultant coming to UMFK
President Short and Vice President Gammon set the tone for Fall 2017 with a program devoted to develop and support the environment in which to thrive and to "build collaborative muscles."