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CityNotes for Tuesday, March 15, 2016



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Subject: CityNotes for Tuesday, March 15, 2016
From: CityNotes <Citynotes@ccsf.edu>
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2016 23:52:42 +0000



 
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1. 
An Evening with Guillermo Gómez-Peña March 18

2. Community Health Worker Orientation March 22
3. Men's Basketball Team Wins 2016 CCCAA State Championship
4. March Clearance at CCSF Bookstores
5. Faculty: Summer and Fall Course Material Adoptions
6. Keep Calm & Color
7. Participating in Commencement 2016?
8. “Get a Taste of Success” Business Pitch Competition
9. Race and Place: Architectures of Segregation and Liberation
10. African American Scholastic Program Studies Fundraiser
11. Career Center Workshops
12. Faculty: Extension of Deadline for Nominations for Academic Senate Executive Council
13. CalFresh In A Day
14. 9th Annual ESL Colloquium, Leading the Way


1. An Evening with Guillermo Gómez-Peña
March 18

In his latest solo work, “El border brujo” draws from his 30 year old “living archive” and combines new and classic performance material to present a unique perspective on the immediate future of the Americas. His-self styled “imaginary activism” invokes performance art as a form of radical democracy and citizenship.

Combining spoken word poetry, activist theory, radical storytelling and language experimentation, Gómez-Peña offers critical and humorous commentary about the art world, academia, new technologies, the culture of war and violence in the US, organized crime in Mexico, gender and race politics, and the latest wave of complications surrounding gentrification in the “creative city”.

Besides his international work with the legendary troupe La Pocha Nostra, he has presented his solo work at museums, universities, galleries and theatres throughout the US, Canada, Europe, Latin America, Australia and South Africa.

Gómez-Peña’s unique format reveals to an audience the process of creating, languaging and performing material and this process becomes the actual project. It is precisely in his new solo work where Gómez-Peña’s literature, theory, activism, pedagogy and live art come together in a wonderfully strange mix.

Gómez-Peña has spent many years developing his unique solo style, “a combination of embodied poetry, performance activism and theatricalizations of postcolonial theory.” In his ten books, as in his live performances, digital art, videos and photo-performances, he pushes the boundaries still further, exploring what’s left for artists to do in a repressive global culture of censorship, paranoid nationalism and what he terms “the mainstream bizarre.” Gómez-Peña examines where this leaves the critical practice of artists who aim to make tactical, performative interventions into our notions of culture, race and sexuality. Most recently he has also been exploring the poetic and activist use of new technologies and social media.

See the attached flyer for details.


2. Community Health Worker Orientation March 22

Do you like working with and helping your community? Are you interested in finding what a Community Health Worker does? Do you want to know what kind of job you can get with these certificates, and how long it will take to earn one?

Come to the Community Health Worker Orientation to find out more information about the Community Health Worker, Post Prison Health Worker, and Youth Worker Certificate Programs.

When: Tuesday, March 22
Time: 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Place: Ocean Campus Multi Use Building (MUB) Room 330

Please see the attached flyer for more details.


3. Men's Basketball Team Wins 2016 CCCAA State Championship

The City College of San Francisco Rams Men’s Basketball Team are the kings of junior college basketball in California. The Rams captured the California Community College Athletic Association state title after defeating defending champion Saddleback College Gauchos 68-57 on Sunday at Las Positas College in Livermore. This is the third state title in the school’s history (1962 and 2011 previous titles). Head Coach Justin Labagh has now led two of the three teams to championship glory.


4. March Clearance at CCSF Bookstores

Several items are on Clearance at CCSF Bookstores, in store and online. Save up to 75%, while supplies last. This clearance ends March 20th, get 'em before they're gone.


5. Faculty: Summer and Fall Course Material Adoptions


Summer and Fall courses are coming! Be sure to submit your adoptions online, by email, or in person at any CCSF Bookstores location to make sure course books are accessible to students before classes begin.

March 18: Fall 2016 Course Materials Adoptions Due
June 24: Fall 2016 Reader Manuscripts Due

March 4: Summer 2016 Course Materials Adoptions are now Past Due
April 29: Summer 2016 Reader Manuscripts Due

Please see the attached flyer for more details.


6. Keep Calm & Color

CCSF Bookstores, Ocean Campus is hosting "Keep Calm & Color" a relaxation & coloring event from 10:00am to 2:00pm on Wednesday, March 23rd at the Ocean Campus bookstore. Relax in our in-store spa, enjoy a cup of tea and color away your stress. Submit your colored page and like us on Facebook for a chance to win a prize. 


7. Participating in Commencement 2016?

Have questions about Commencement? Visit the Office of Student Affairs Commencement page, don't forget to RSVP by March 25th.

If you need to order regalia, place your order by Friday, March 25th to ensure delivery in time for Commencement and avoid shipping charges. Visit ccsfshop.com and click on Looking for Caps, Gowns & More. Orders placed after Friday, March 25th will be through CCSF Bookstores, Ocean Campus. Contact Karen Sheppard if you have any questions about regalia: ksheppar@ccsf.edu or 415.452.5222.


8. “Get a Taste of Success” Business Pitch Competition

Students are invited to enter the Small Business Sector’s annual “Get a Taste of Success” Business Pitch Competition. It is free to enter, and open to high school and community college students who will compete in their respective divisions. Students will have the opportunity to win cash prizes, not to mention the experience of developing and delivering a short pitch for a business idea they’ve dreamed up!
 
Entering is easy – students need to simply submit a short video pitch and slides using a provided template. Visit www.getatasteofsuccess.com for complete details. You can click “Last Year’s Showcase” to see some of the student videos submitted. You may also access our promotional flyer found here. 
 
Entries are due by 5:00 p.m. on April 8, 2016, so please encourage your students to get started right away. We look forward to your participation! Please feel free contact Alex Kramer at 831-479-6330 or alkramer@cabrillo.edu with any questions or if you need additional information.
 

9. Race and Place: Architectures of Segregation and Liberation

Groundswell, a program of City College of San Francisco’s Interdisciplinary Department, has installed “Race and Place: Architectures of Segregation and Liberation (AoS/AoL),” an exhibition in the main lobby of the City College of San Francisco Mission Campus, 1125 Valencia Street, near 22nd Street. The exhibit will be on display from March 14 through June 30.
 
AoS/AoL examines 500 years of spatial injustice in the area between Canada and Mexico, known now as the United States mainland.
 
Through photographs, artifacts, and literary text, the exhibition addresses conquest, slavery, incarceration, legal restrictions, public and private practices, and economic inequities that have enforced racial segregation.
 
AoS/AoL also documents ongoing resistance, which has included multiple strategies: armed struggle and escape; protest and direct action; grassroots organizing and legal action; cultural work and cultural preservation.
 
Special programming:
 
Lecture by USF journalism professor Teresa Moore on civil rights activist and journalist Ethel Payne. 
Thursday, March 24, 2:00 pm 3:00 pm, Room 106, 1125 Valencia
 
Teach-in on gentrification, featuring artist and lecturer Yolanda Lopez; community housing activists, faculty, and students. 
Saturday, April 30, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm, Room 106, 1125 Valencia.
 
For more information, contact Leslie Simon at 415-920-6023 orlsimon@ccsf.edu. Read more about Groundswell at http://www.ccsf.edu/groundswell.


10. African American Scholastic Programs Fundraiser

As the semester draws near, the African American Scholastic Programs is fundraising for the “Rites of Passage”. Our t-shirts come in black and red with different sizes to choose from.  Please print out the attached ordering form to place your order today! 
 
Please make checks out to the “African American Scholastic Programs”. We accept cash and cash donations as well. 
 
The last day to purchase is April 8, 2016. If you have questions please contact Dr. Kim Wise at 415.452.5315 or Mr. Edward Tang at 415.452.5953.


11. Career Center Workshops

The Career Development Center (located in MUB 101) will be hosting several on-campus recruitment events and a LinkedIn workshop this week. Follow us on Facebook to stay up to date on events and workshops! For more information on the events listed below, please contact the Career Development Center at careercenter@ccsf.edu

  • Student Employment Orientation workshops, "On/Off Campus": March 16, 12:00 pm -1:00 pm, MUB 3
  • Career Recruitment Fair for North East Medical Services (health care and customer services positions) and Buchannan YMCA (summer program staff), March 16, 11:00 am - 1:00, Smith Hall Cafeteria 

  • Career Recruitment Fair for Bright Horizons and ChildCare Careers, March 17, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm, first floor MUB

  • LinkedIn Workshop, March 17, 1:00pm - 2:00 pm, MUB 39
  • Job Fair Preparation: March 21, 1:00pm - 2:00 pm, MUB 39

  • Job Search with Aftercollege: March 24, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm, MUB 39

  • Career Network Club: March 24, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm, MUB 101

  • Career Information Fair, Wednesday April 13, 9:00 am - 12:30 pm, Student Cafeteria, Ocean Campus

    Meet with Employer representatives about Career Opportunities, Internships, and volunteerism in a wide range of Industries like: Civil Service/Government Agencies, Community Organizations/Non-profit, Health Care, Business and Finance, Law Enforcement, Retail Services, Education and Trades/Technology.

12. Faculty: Extension of Deadline for Nominations for Academic Senate Executive Council

From 2016 Academic Senate Election Commissioners James Armstrong (jarmstro@ccsf.edu, 415-452-5397) and Karen Saginor (ksaginor@ccsf.edu, 415-452-5571):

Because of a low number of faculty nominated by March 11, the deadline for nominations has been extended to 1 PM on Friday, March 18th, in accordance with the Academic Senate constitution and bylaws. In addition, candidates now need only one person (in addition to themselves) to sign the nominating petition.  

The Executive Council is the top level of faculty representation at City College.  Serving on the EC is crucial to the working of the college. Please consider running for the Academic Senate Executive Council. The Executive Council is the body that oversees all Academic Senate activities, including faculty participation in college governance, and represents the CCSF faculty in matters ranging from accreditation to art preservation. Whatever your area of expertise or interest might be, it is needed and appreciated on the Executive Council! If you are not available yourself, please encourage a colleague to do so. There are 16 openings on the council for this election, and all CCSF faculty members (including part-time, noncredit, and non-instructional faculty) are eligible to run for seats and to nominate candidates.

To run for Executive Council, you need to be nominated by only one other faculty member. Fill out the Petition for Nomination, have it signed by a nominating faculty member, and submit it to the Academic Senate Office, Conlan Hall room E-202 (Ocean campus mailbox E202). We also strongly encourage each candidate to submit a candidate statement, which can be up to 200 words (longer statements will be truncated). Candidate statements must be submitted electronically as MS Word files and should be emailed to senelect@ccsf.edu. Petitions for Nomination and candidate statements must be received by 1:00 PM on Friday, March 18, 2016.

Election information and nomination forms are available on the Academic Senate website or by clicking the links below. Questions may be directed to individual election commissioners or emailed to senelect@ccsf.edu.

2016 ELECTION LINKS

Petition for Nomination


13. CalFresh In A Day

Do you know a student who needs money for groceries? Single Stop is hosting CalFresh In A Day on Tuesday, March 22nd from 1-4pm on campus! In collaboration with the SF/Marin Food Bank and CalFresh Agency of  SF, Single Stop will host students for 1 hour appointment times to complete the entire application and interview process that connects them to CalFresh. Please see attached flyer for more information. Students MUST pre-register for the event by coming to Single Stop:
 
Single Stop, MUB 130A
Coordinator: Allie Fasth
afasth@ccsf.edu
415-239-3266


14. 9th Annual ESL Colloquium, Leading the Way

The ESL Colloquium is a small conference where CCSF ESL faculty come together to share their research and findings of the field of study of English as a second/foreign language. It is also an academic exchange of pedagogies or theoretical practices, policy and all things related to English Language.

March 19, 9:00am - 1:00pm
50 Phelan Ave, MUB Room 140

Please visit www.tinyurl.com/eslcolloquium for more information and to register.


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CHWOrientationS16Flyer.doc

Summer_Fall Adoptions Due Dates (1).pdf

CCSFBookstores_KeepCalmandColor.pdf

AoS-AoL Yolanda Lopez Green Flier joh.pdf

Tshirt Fundraiser.pdf

CareerInfoFair_Flyer2016.pdf

CalFresh In A Day.pdf

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ChildDevelopmentRecruitmentMarch17th.pdf

LinkedIn Workshop Flyer March 17th.pdf

NEMSMarch16th.pdf

YMCAMarch16th.pdf