Eventive Offers Business Event Planning Assistance

The weather is getting warmer and people are starting to come together again! As you bring your team back together in the office and/or at company meetings and events, we hope you keep us in mind for your team building and meeting planning needs. We have been working hard here at Eventive creating new programs and experiences for our clients.

We have team building programs to fit all of your goals and objectives! Take a look at our updated outline: https://www.eventiveproductions.com/team-building for In-Person – Hybrid – Virtual events.

Team Building Highlights:

  • Bring your team back together while giving back to the community. Our charity based events are a great way to do both.
  • Choose an activity that focuses on re-grouping and getting to know each other.
  • Host the event at your office or off-site! We bring everything to your venue.

Full-service meeting planning services are also available including site selection, audio-visual, catering, entertainment, registration, and more. We do all the legwork, leaving you time to focus on your job and actually attend the meeting with your co-workers.

PA CareerLink® Lackawanna County Now Open for In-Person Visits

Staff is available to help with your training and employment needs. Employers have posted well over 2500 job orders in the last 6 months and are searching for qualified applicants.

Beginning June 1st, we are available for in-person visits from 8:30 – 4:30 p.m. every day with appointments recommended. All COVID protocol will be followed.

Marywood University Confirms Plan to Return to In-Person Classes for Fall 2021

Marywood University has confirmed its plan to return to in-person classes for the fall 2021 semester. Structured with the goal of keeping the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff paramount, the in-person plan was developed by Sister Mary Persico, IHM, Ed.D., Marywood University president, in collaboration with a team of experts from across the University.

Sister Mary Persico, said, “We’ve been looking forward to a return to normalcy since the beginning of the pandemic. While our foremost concerns have always been, and continue to be, the health, safety, and welfare of our students, faculty, and staff, we are excited to return to in-person classes for the 2021-2022 academic year. Our plans are made possible as a result of the continuing cooperation of our campus community.”

Marywood’s overall goal is to provide the best in-person experience possible. If the situation changes, the University is prepared to make whatever adjustments are necessary to keep students, faculty, and staff safe.

Marywood University’s fall semester classes begin on Monday, August 23, 2021. For additional information, please visit marywood.edu, or call the Office of Admissions at (570) 348-6234. While vaccinations will not be required for students to attend classes, the University strongly encourages students to vaccinate against Covid-19 and to continue to follow CDC guidelines. For questions, please visit marywood.edu/forward/communications-contact-information/, or call Marywood University, at (570) 348-6211.

The University of Scranton Plans for Return to Fully In-Person Classes in Fall

The University of Scranton announced plans to return to fully in-person classes for the fall semester and will begin to open the campus to in-person camps and conferences beginning this summer. The University will adhere to capacity limits established by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and will continue to follow other health and safety requirements, which include social distancing and mask wearing.

The campus will remain closed to the general public through the summer.

“Since the pandemic began, the University planned and adapted based on state and federal guidance and directives, the best available scientific advice, and circumstances within our campus and surrounding community,” said Jeff Gingerich, Ph.D., acting president, noting the University’s planning placed “the health and safety of our community at the center of our decisions.”

“We have succeeded thus far in responding to the pandemic because our care and concern for each other has inspired personal responsibility and sacrifice,” said Dr. Gingerich in an announcement sent to the University community announcing plans for the fall and summer. “I am confident that our love for each other and for the University will continue to inspire the best in us as we strive to remain Royals Safe Together.”

The University plans to offer undergraduate and graduate classes fully in-person in the fall 2021 semester, which begins August 30. The University will continue to offer graduate programs online that have been traditionally offered in that format.

An in-person Fall Welcome Weekend is being planned for Saturday and Sunday, August 28 and 29, and in-person summer orientation sessions are being planned for the Class of 2025.

This summer, the University will offer some in-person classes and laboratories, University-sponsored summer programs, and conferences and camps conducted by outside community groups and organizations. On-campus admissions tours will continue to be offered.

Additional information will be shared in the coming weeks, with more details about campus safety requirements as adaptions are made to the University’s Royals Safe Together Plan to follow updated guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and the Pennsylvania Department of Health. The Royals Safe Together plan will continue to updated in the months ahead as the situation related to the pandemic continues to develop.

Lackawanna College Plans for Return to In-Person Instruction for Fall 2021

After a year of adapting to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic through virtual and hybrid courses, Lackawanna College is planning a return to normal, in-person classes for the Fall 2021 semester.

“We are deciding to return to normal operations as soon as possible, based on the advice of state medical and public health experts, along with Lackawanna’s internal COVID-19 taskforce and with the support of our Board of Trustees,” said Dr. Jill Murray, Lackawanna College President. “We are grateful to all of our students, faculty and staff who have worked together to ensure safety on our main campus and at all of our satellite centers.”

During the 2020–2021 academic year, Lackawanna College implemented policies to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 at all College locations. Ongoing mitigation efforts include daily self-assessments, contact tracing, masking requirements and the installation of air filtration systems and cleaning measures.

Lackawanna College’s COVID-19 taskforce will continue to monitor the pandemic and maintain all existing health and safety precautions. Any future changes to the fall return plan will be dependent on the pandemic, vaccination distribution and state and local guideline recommendation changes.

Learn more at www.lackawanna.edu.