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Discover K-State

Human Capital Services (HCS) invites all new employees to attend the Discover K-State Lunch and Learn Series. This program is designed to provide a deeper dive into many topics employees should be made aware to help them integrate into the larger K-State community.

 

Discover K-State Lunch & Learn Series

Sessions Available

The Discover K-State Lunch & Learn Series will offer sessions throughout the year. Designed as a brown-bag event, these sessions will occur over the lunch hour (11:30-1:00 p.m.) at various locations across campus. Please review the program schedule for further details.


October 26, 2021

Saving for Retirement: A New Employee Perspective (Virtual via Zoom)

Learn about the ins and outs of the retirement plans offered at K-State. This workshop will cover the advantages of a retirement plan, creating a retirement strategy and how to update your account with TIAA.

Location: Virtual Event via Zoom
Time: 12-1:00 p.m.
Presented by VOYA

Register today to reserve your spot.

November 16, 2021

Saving for Retirement: A New Employee Perspective

Learn about the ins and outs of the retirement plans offered at K-State. This workshop will cover the advantages of a retirement plan, creating a retirement strategy and how to update your account with VOYA.

Location: K-State Student Union: Cottonwood Room
Presented by VOYA

Registration coming soon. This session will be limited to 30 participants.

*At this time, masks are required to be worn while inside the K-State Student Union

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this program mandatory?

All new employees are strongly encouraged to attend this program as it establishes a strong foundation for their new employment at Kansas State University.

 

Who should plan to attend this program?
  • All new benefits-eligible employees (faculty, unclassified and university support staff) who desire a deeper understanding of K-State.
  • Rehires that have been away form three or more years