Social Media Services for Employees

CPCC Social Media

CPCC manages an official presence on many popular social networking services including Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube and Google+. The CPCC campus pages on Facebook are great resources to share your initiatives and connect with the CPCC community of students, faculty and staff. CPCC's LinkedIn group and company profile are great resources for staying connected with College news and professionals. We encourage employees to explore and fully utilize these options before creating new communities. Please email if you need assistance.

Social Media Training

Want to get started with using online social media and social networks? Want to better protect and manage your online identity? CPCC's Social Media team hosts trainings and best practices sessions throughout the term. For upcoming sessions, click here to review LearnerWeb for upcoming Professional Development opportunities. If an upcoming session will not meet your needs, please email for assistance.

Social Media Campaigns

Do you want to effectively promote your CPCC programs, courses, services, events and new initiatives? CPCC's social media team can work with you develop a thoughtfully-planned and executed social media strategy that will highlight your initiatives and connect it with targeted online users. The first step is to request a consultation with your CRMS Account Manager. If you are unsure who your Account Manager is, please email for assistance.

Live Event Support

Are you hosting a popular public event? CPCC's social media team may be able to provide support for live social media messaging and interactivity during your event. For example, our team may be able to schedule relevant online messages to engage attendees, provide live Tweeting (Twitter messaging), monitor online discussion during or about an initiative and publish timely audio-visual content. Please email to discuss options.

Creating New Social Communities

Social media is an exciting way to reach your audience and it’s a crucial part of the College’s communications mix. For more information about guidelines and processes to support new online communities, please click here.