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CityNotes for Tuesday April 21, 2015



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Subject: CityNotes for Tuesday April 21, 2015
From: CityNotes <Citynotes@ccsf.edu>
Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2015 00:11:14 +0000




1. CCSF Web and Mobile App Collaborative

2. CCSF in the Press

3. National Dance Week

4. College Night at the De Young Museum

5. 2015 Asian Coalition Scholarship Dinner

6. CCSF Theatre and Music Departments Events

7. Earth Day

8. Maya Women and Midwives

9. Susan Lamb Farewell

10. Mission Job Fair



1. CCSF Web and Mobile App Collaborative: The Bay Area needs talented, educated coders, designers, and IT professionals and opportunities for students and job seekers to prepare for web and mobile app design and development abound at CCSF!


The CCSF Web and Mobile App Collaborative is kicking off with a series of events for students and job seekers to learn about a career in tech with City College's Web & Mobile Programs. You are encouraged to learn more about CCSF Web & Mobile Programs at one of these upcoming orientation meetings (attached flyer):

Tuesday, April 28
Ocean Campus, 50 Phelan Ave.
1-3pm | Science Building, Room 108 or
5-7pm | Science Building, Room 108

Wednesday, April 29
Ocean Campus, 50 Phelan Ave.
12:30-2:30pm | Science Building, Room 100

Wednesday, May 6
Mission Center, 1125 Valencia Street
5:30-7:30pm | Room 275

There is also a new CCSF web and mobile app programs landing page at www.ccsf.edu/webmobile with program descriptions and how to get started. Feel free to share this link and flyer with those who might be interested. If you have any question or want to learn more about CCSF web and mobile app programs, please contact Craig Persiko at 415.239.3332 or at cpersiko@ccsf.edu. Submitted by Geisce Ly.

3. National Dance Week: FREE Dance Events to Celebrate National Dance Week, April 24-May 3, 2015! Low-Tech Dance Performance, Salsa Party, and more are happening, check out the attachment for more details! Submitted by Jeanne Hughes.

4. College Night at the De Young Museum: Join us for this dynamic, three-day juried event featuring visual art, film, museum object talks, an art history symposium, music, and performances by university and college art and art history students, inspired by the permanent collections of the de Young as well as the other exhibitions. Please see the attachments for more details. Submitted by William McGuire.

5. 2015 Asian Coalition Scholarship Dinner: Asian Coalition (AC) is a voluntary membership organization comprised of faculty, classified staff, administrators, trustees, students and community members at City College of San Francisco (CCSF). Established in 1979, Asian Coalition was established to promote the success of Asian American students and equal opportunity for Asian American faculty and staff at CCSF. AC provides a vehicle for an organized and unified voice to address the needs and concerns of Asian Americans at CCSF. 


This year AC will award 25 scholarships to inspiring students at the Scholarship dinner on Friday, May 1, at the Canton Seafood Restaurant, 655 Folsom Street, San Francisco, between 2nd and 3rd streets, at 6:00 PM. 


Attached is the flyer. Submitted by Monika Liu.


6. CCSF Theatre and Music Departments Events:

 

Event:  The Musical: Legally Blonde

When:  Friday,    4/17 & 4/24 * 8pm

            Saturday, 4/18 & 4/25 * 8pm

            Sunday,   4/19 & 4/26 * 2pm

Where: Diego Rivera Theatre

             CCSF Ocean Campus

             50 Phelan Ave at Judson

Admission: $15 General Admission

                   $10 Students, Seniors, & TBA Members

                   Tickets also available at Brownpapertickets.com

For more info: ccsf.edu/theatrearts

For disability-related accommodation contact the District ADA Coordinator 415241-2294

 

Directed/Choreographed by Deborah Shaw

Musical Direction by Michael Shahani--------------------


Also,


Who:    Scott Kirby, famous ragtime pianist

What:  "Main Street Souvenirs"

When:   April 23, 2015

              11-12:30 PM

Where:  Creative Arts Building, #A133            

Cost:      Free

Scott Kirby, famous ragtime pianist, will perform "Main Street Souvenirs".  This is a multi-media stage performance featuring live piano music, a spoken narrative, and the music throughout, and will consist of Kirby's original artwork, his video footage, his photography, and archival photos.  The narrative, also written by Kirby, reflects a thematic progression, weaving different concepts about small town American life together with musical, visual and literary examples which illustrate these themes (see below.) The music in the first half will span 150 years of Americana, including Scott Joplin, Stephen Foster and John Philip Sousa, and continuing up to the present. The second half will feature Kirby's original compositions, paintings, photography, literary excerpts and a narrative all exploring historical and visionary dimensions of the American Great Plains and Prairies.


Submitted by Esther Wong.


7. Earth Day: There will be a small celebration of Earth Day at CCSF on Weds., April 22. Events will be held primarily in Ram Plaza, mostly from 10 - 2. Everyone is invited to attend. Instructors are encouraged to take this opportunity for their students to interview the public on various subjects; note especially items 1, 2, and 3 below. 

 

1.       Recology & SF Dep't of Environment (10-1, Ram Plaza)

2.       SF Public Utilities Commission (10-1, Ram Plaza)

3.       Becky Perelli from CCSF Student Health Services: smoking cessation (10-1, Ram Plaza)

4.       Solar Photo Voltaic panel to power juicer for fruit smoothies (10-1, Ram Plaza)

5.       Counseling and information about sustainability/environmental science classes and student survey (10-12, Ram Plaza)

6.       Max Parsley will come with a solar powered hydrogen generator and a solar hot water collector (10 -2, Ram Plaza)

7.       California Native Plant Society, Yerba Buena Chapter (10 -2, Ram Plaza)

8.       Condom distribution, care of Center for Biological Diversity (10 -2, Ram Plaza)

9.       Debates on population control and genetically modified organisms (11:30-12:30, VA 115)

For more information, contact CCSF Sustainability Committee co-chairs, Anastasia Fiandaca (afiandac@ccsf.edu) or Michelle Gorthy (mgorthy@ccsf.edu), or Associated Students Environmental Economic Development Coordinator, Dominik Zelichowski (dj.kingdom415@gmail.com). Submitted by Anastasia Fiandaca.

8. Maya Women and Midwives:

Monday, April 27 at 7:00 PM
CCSF Mission Campus, Room 109

Film:  "She Is Everything: Maya Women in the Art of Pedro Rafael Gonzalez Chavajay", a short documentary film about a contemporary indigenous artist from Guatemala.  Co-produced by Rita Moran of CCSF ESL department, and Rick-Tejada Flores. 

Talk:  Barbara Rogoff, author of "Developing Destinies:  A Mayan Midwife and Town".  Professor Rogoff, of UC Santa Cruz, studied Maya culture in the artist's town for some 30 years.  She will discuss how people build on cultural heritage and at the same time create new ways of living. 

Please see the attachment for more details. Submitted by Rita Moran.

9. Susan Lamb Farewell: The Department Chairs Council, Administrators Association, SEIU, Classified Senate and CCSF Friends invite you to join us in expressing our sincere appreciation to Vice Chancellor Susan Lamb on the wonderful job she has done for City College. 

Please RSVP by April 29TH Virginia Jew at 239-3324 vjew@ccsf.edu Velma Quan at 239-3661 vquan@ccsf.edu Monday, May 4TH, 2015 Pierre Coste Dining Room | 5 to 7PM Hors d'oeuvre and Wine Reception $20 at the door. Please see the attachment. Submitted by Virginia Jew.

JOB FAIR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 2015; 10am - 1pm

CCSF, MISSION CENTER, 1125 VALENCIA/22nd


This Wednesday, April 22nd join us for CCSF's 9th annual Job Fair at CCSF Mission Center, 1125 Valencia from 10am to 1pm!  Everybody is welcome - not just CCSF students.

 

We are very fortunate to have such a wide variety of super opportunities in one location.  Please see the flyer for the list of 73 participating companies and organizations, including: United Airlines, Whole Foods, and local and state agencies. 


Please, share this information on your favorite social media: LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, etc. for anybody you know who would benefit.


Thank you so much for your assistance in getting the word out!  See you Wednesday!

HERE IS A PARTIAL LIST OF JOBS AVAILABLE:

 

City & County Jobs

Flight attendants

Cabin cleaners

Baggage clerks

Accounting

Administrative Assistant Executive Assistant

Client Service Associate

Customer Service

Data Analyst

Investment Associate

Operations Associate

Parking

Research Analyst

Security

Supervisors

Delivery Drivers

Rehabilitation Counselor

Rehab Program Technician

Office Technician

Program Analyst 

Bank teller

Personal bankers



Clerical

Data entry

Account Executives

Drivers

Delivery services

Bartenders
Cooks: (short-order; line cook; prep cook; grill cook; food prep; pasta cook)
Dishwashers

Bussers / Servers
Housekeepers
Baristas
Cashiers 
Police & Army recruits

Chef / Sous Chef

Information Technology-Help Desk Certification

Job Training

City Carrier assistants

Automotive technicians

Appliance/refrigeration Techs

Research Assistant

Day School teacher

Child care

Substitute teachers, 0-5

Lead teacher, 0-5

Teachers, 0-5

Assistant teachers

Teacher aides

Environmental Jobs

Maintenance

Assistant Store Manager

Managers

General Labor

Facilities Manager

Installation Technicians

Pharmacy technicians

Shift supervisors

Apprenticeships

Paid Internships for youth

Guest Services

Vacation Sales Counselor

Quality Assurance Officer

Health care jobs

Operations assistant





Web Mobile Programs Orientation Spring 2015 flyer.pdf

Job Fair Flyer April 22%2c 2015.pdf

Priority Pass for Job Fair (1).doc

Free Dance National Dance Week.pdf

2015 Asian Coalition Dinner Flyer.pdf

Premiere April 27 priest (1).pdf

Susan Lamb Invite Final.pdf

4418-Student Showcase Postcard_Final (1).pdf