Today I have the pleasure of volunteering with the South Carolina Bar's Middle School Mock Trial Competition. Students will try a fake case over whether a fictitious high school track coach is to blame for the death of one of his students. I'm glad there are middle school students who are already so interested in the law and looking forward to seeing what they can do with the case they've been given.
Today, I'll be speaking at the SC Skills Fall Conference. SkillsUSA is a non-profit organization for high school and college students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, including health occupations.
I have the pleasure of speaking to these students about ethics in the workplace.
Many thanks to Jackie Clarkson for inviting me to speak to this group of students.
This morning I started participating in a social media campaign called "Pre-Holiday Facebook: The Game of Like." The goal is to create more traffic for participants' Facebook fan Pages while demonstrating the power of social media engagement.
To follow my participation, take a moment to LIKE my Facebook page, Megan C. Hunt, Attorney at Law, LLC.
It's also not too late to participate yourself! To sign up, visit the Event page.
Many thanks to Dorien Morin-van Dam of More In Media and Keri Francek Jaehnig of Idea Girl Media for developing and promoting this game! Both of these women are skilled at social media and willing to share their knowledge with others. Like their respective Facebook pages for daily posts about ways to engage with your fans and followers: More in Media and Idea Girl Media.