Events

CCSF Events:

JANUARY

Equity Data Support Sessions - Spring 2018

Office of Research (ORP) - Micheline Pontious

Need help to pull program data for your project(s) using accutrack, a cohort of students in banner or data submitted prior to spring 2017? If not, discuss other options. This data can help support your Equity Self-Evaluation Report due January 25, 2018.

Drop-in hours

Thursday, January 18, 2018 - 9am - 1pm in Cloud 233

Friday, January 19, 2018 - 12pm - 3pm in Cloud 233

 

FEBRUARY 

Equity - Tutoring Workshops

  • Managers with Professional Tutors, February 1, 2018 from 1-2pm in LAC R217 (CANCELLED)
  • Managers with Professional & Peer Tutors, February 5, 2018 from 1-2pm in LAC R217 

California Acceleration Project      

Corequisite Remediation: The Most Powerful Way to Increase Completion and Equity Among Incoming Students.

  • Corequisite Remediation in English Workshop: Friday, February 9th 10:00-3:00 in Multi-Use Building (MUB) 140
  • Corequisite Remediation in Math Workshop: Friday, February 9th 10:00-3:00 in Visual Arts Building (VARTS) 115
  • Statistics Workshop: Saturday, February 10th 9:00-4:00 in Multi-Use Building (MUB) 140

Register

Degree/Certificate Completion Workshop for Students

  • Are you ready for graduating soon?
  • Not sure how to keep track of your Associate's Degree or Certificate Program?
  • Need information on how to apply for graduation?

Wednesday, February 14th from 11am - 12pm MUB 251

Tuesday, February 20th from 1pm - 2pm in MUB 251 

 

March

Equity Minded-Syllabi and Screen Recording Technology --A Workshop in Two Parts

3/1 from 12:30-2pm, MUB 255

4/11 from 1-2:30pm, MUB 255 

4/19 from 1:30-3pm, MUB 238

Equity-Minded Syllabus Building Workshop (30 mins)

Get a jump start on constructing your syllabi for next semester! This workshop takes a close look at constructing course syllabi, tips from the Office of Instruction and information on how to incorporate Equity-mindedness to make a lasting first impression on your students. 

Screencast-o-matic Training and Demo workshop (60 mins)

Are you interested in making fast screen recordings? Are you interested in learning how to make video tutorials to enhance your classes, curriculum, assignments and student learning outcomes? This workshop is designed to teach you how to use screencast-o-matic, a cheap and user-friendly software for making screen recordings. In class, you can use these videos for presentation assignments, course outlines, and other tech-related projects. Out of the classroom, you can use these videos to show colleagues how to complete forms and procedures quickly and accurately, make compilations of videos and images for your department(s), create orientation videos, and even record video tutorials for any of your personal interests (e.g. music tutorials, cooking tutorials, travel guides, etc.) So, join us and learn how to use this screen recording software to share and/or upload videos for work, home, school and much more.

 

Regional Events:

Human Rights Commission - SF Alliance of My Brother/Sisters Keeper Equity Workshops 2018

African American Art & Culture Complex (762 Fulton St.)

FEBRUAY

7: 10am-1pm & 5:30-7pm, Professional Development @AAACC

13: 10am-1pm, High School Students/Programs

14: on-site @Drew Elementary School

20: 6-8pm, Professional Development/Youth Workshops

22: 10am-1pm, Middle School Students/Programs

23: 10am-1pm, Professional Development @AAACC

28: Art Show/Workshop Presentations

FOR FACULTY & SERVICE PROVIDERS:

• Learn to facilitate activities that empower students and help realize equity in education

• Advance professional development

FOR YOUTH:

• Express yourself through art, silk screening, poetry, and song

• Record and exhibit your work

• Snacks and/or lunch provided

FOR MORE INFO, contact the Human Rights Commission at (415) 252-2500 or hrc.info@sfgov.org 

 

[3CSN] Showcase of Growth Mindset and Habits of Mind Practices and Programs. FREE!

The California Community Colleges’ Success Network (3CSN) Habits of Mind Community of Practice highlights the psychosocial aspects of successful college completion, focusing on relevant beliefs, attitudes, and dispositions.

Friday, February 23, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM in Gilroy, CA

Don't miss out!  Register now  

3CSN

 

MEET OUR HBCU PARTNER INSTITUTIONS!

JOIN US FOR THE 1st SPRING 2018 TRANSFER GUARANTEE TO HBCUs WEBINAR:

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 from 9:30am - 11:30am

THIS WEBINAR IS IDEAL FOR COUNSELORS, TRANSFER PERSONNEL AND STUDENTS WHO WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THESE INSTITUTIONS. HERE ARE SOME INSTITUTIONS THAT WILL BE PRESENTING:

Harris-Stowe State University, Dillard University, Texas Southern University, Bowie State University, Huston-Tillotson University, Alabama State University and More!!

TO RSVP FOR THIS THIS SESSION CLICK ON THE LINK:

 

3CSN Northern California Equity Institute
March 9 -10, 2018
Mission College
Santa Clara, CA
http://3csn.org
Register                                                               


National Equity Project - Instructional Coaching for Equity

March 16, 2018 
Preservation Park - Ginn Large in Oakland, CA
http://nationalequityproject.org/
Register  

 

2018 Conferences:

A2MEND 11th Annual Conference: March 1-2, 2018 (AA Male Summit)

February 28 – March 2, 2018

Westin Los Angeles Airport
5400 West Century Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90045

http://a2mend.org/aamalesummit/

Register

The theme for the conference this year is "Birth of a Nation: Exploring Revolutionary Practices to Improve Outcomes For African American Male Students." The African American Male Education Network and Development (A²MEND) organization is comprised of African American male administrators who foster institutional change.

 

2018 STOMP CONFERNECE AT UCLA

For Transfer Students, By Transfer Students

STOMP is the premiere transfer student access program at UCLA, hosting over 1,000 California community college students annually. Our participants will hear motivational messages from our speakers, as well as have a unique opportunity to engage all nine undergraduate University of California campuses at our UC Panel and Resource Fair. Participants choose from a variety of workshops that introduce students to culturally relevant resources and information, all conducted by teams of UCLA students, staff, and faculty. The conference is a day filled with direct information, cultural entertainment, and constant student engagement. Some elements of the STOMP Conference include:

  • Admission presentations
  • Financial aid and scholarships
  • Admission representatives from all 9 UC campuses
  • Transfer Student Resource fair
  • UCLA tours

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER

 

National Conference for Race & Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE) https://www.ncore.ou.edu/
May 29-June 2, 2018
New Orleans, LA       

If interested contact our PD Coordinator, Christopher Howe by completing the NCORE Sign-up Form.  Deadline for inquires no later than February 23, 2018.  Equity will support the registration fee.  We have up to five spots each for Faculty, Staff, Administrators and two spots for students. First come, first serve.