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CityNotes for Tuesday, April 12, 2016



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Subject: CityNotes for Tuesday, April 12, 2016
From: CityNotes <Citynotes@ccsf.edu>
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2016 21:32:57 +0000



 
Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to stay up-to-date on CCSF campus happenings, events, important safety information, and more!
 
1. CAHS Wok Fundraiser April 17th, 4:00pm-7:00pm
2. Career Information Fair, April 13
3. April is Rape Awareness Month
4. CCSF Floristry Students Showcase at de Young's Bouquets to Art Opening Night Gala!
5. Guest speaker at CHNB
6. Upcoming Music Department Events
7. Lindy McKnight's Retirement Gathering, May 4
8. April 2016 Journalism Department Highlights
9. Rusty Morrison Poetry Reading
10. Join Us as we Honor Kitty Moriwaki on April 19
11. Faculty & Staff Appreciation Event at CCSF Bookstores
12. Participating in Commencement 2016?
13. CalFresh In A Day, April 26
14. Multicultural Retention Services Department/African American Scholastic Programs Right of Passage Ceremony, May 17
15. Representatives from Copenhagen Business Academy to visit CCSF April 18-22, 2016


1. CAHS Wok Fundraiser April 17th, 4:00pm-7:00pm

CAHS invites you to our 18th annual Wok on The Wild Side Fundraiser, Sunday April 17th from 4:00pm-7:00pm in the Cafeteria. 

Join us for an evening of great food, wine and fun, as we celebrate our alumni: A16, Nopa, Bi-Rite Market, Burlingame Country Club and Wente Vineyards to name a few. Sample small bites from 20 alums and bid on hotel stays and restaurant meals! RSVP by April 12th. 

Date:  Sunday, April 17, 2016 
Time:  4:00pm – 7:00 pm 
Place:  City College of San Francisco Cafeteria  

For tickets go to: http://wok2016.bpt.me

To pay by check, send to: 
City College of San Francisco Culinary Arts & Hospitality Studies Department 
50 Phelan Avenue, SW156 
San Francisco, CA 94112 
 
For questions: 
email: cahs@ccsf.edu 
Phone: (415) 239-3152


2. Career Information Fair, April 13

The Career Development Center will be hosting the annual Career Information Fair:
 
Career Information Fair, Wednesday, April 13, 9:00am-12:30pm, 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.
 
Students participating should bring their resumes for employment or internship positions. The list of participating employers is available on the Career Development Center website at www.ccsf.edu/CareerCenters.

For more information on the events and for job/career preparation, contact the Career Development Center by coming to MUB101 or via e-mail at careercenter@ccsf.edu. 

 

3. April is Rape Awareness Month


Dear community,
 
Please join Project SURVIVE and our collaborators in our efforts to raise awareness about rape and offer a range of responses, from prevention and self-defense to healing and advocacy for justice.
 
You’ll find details on the attached flyer - please share this attachment widely.
 
Thanks for your support!
Maggie Harrison
mharriso@ccsf.edu



4. CCSF Floristry Students Showcase at de Young's Bouquets to Art Opening Night Gala!


Congratulations to City College's Floristry Students and Department Chair Steven W. Brown for showcasing their beautiful Floral Fashions at the de Young Museum's Bouquets to Arts Opening Night Gala on April 4! The floral gowns were captured by Drew Altizer Photography and can be viewed in the online gallery of Opening Night:  https://drewaltizer.com/event/1086-fine-art-fashion-floral-san-francisco-design/

 


5. Guest speaker at CHNB


On Wednesday, May 4th from 1:30pm-2:30pm at CHNB, ESL classes will merge to hear a guest speaker. This event has been reviewed by the campus’s ESL coordinator and is intended to build English speaking skills and increase awareness of disabilities by positively highlighting the life of someone with physical disabilities. The presenter lost both legs in a tragic accident. Since that time, he has become even more well-known….even appearing in one of the recent Super Bowl commercials and being pictured on UCSF posters on the sides of MUNI buses.

Below please find more information on the guest speaker.


6. Upcoming Music Department Events


“Chicago” Opening Night – Friday, April 15th
 
Friday, April 15th - Opening Night
8:00pm
Ocean Campus, Diego Rivera Theatre
 
The CCSF Theatre and Music departments present the smash hit musical, “CHICAGO”. Tickets: General Admission $15; Students, Seniors, Staff, TBA Members $10 at the gate or via http://ccsfchicago.brownpapertickets.com

Other Performances: Friday, April 22nd, 8:00pm; Saturdays, April 16th & 23rd, 8:00pm; and Sundays, April 17th & 24th, 2:00pm; Ocean Campus, Diego Rivera Theatre.
 

FREE CONCERT: The New Esterhazy Quartet – Tuesday, April 19th
 
Tuesday, April 19th
1:00pm-1:50pm
Ocean Campus, Creative Arts Building, Room 133
 
The New Esterhazy Quartet—members of the renowned Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra (PBO) and one of the foremost ensembles specializing in Baroque and Classical music performed with instruments from those historical periods—celebrates the creative genius of diverse composers from Europe, Africa, Brazil, and the West Indies. The string quartet will introduce students to some of the historic innovations in ensemble and orchestra music that continue to excite today’s audiences. Through interactive demonstrations, students will learn how the 'inner voices' fill out a classical ensemble’s sound, how the instruments 'converse,' and how classical composers have imaginatively built upon short motifs to create full-length masterpieces.


7. Lindy McKnight's Retirement Gathering, May 4

Please join us in celebrating Lindy McKnight's 25 years at City College of San Francisco and wishing her the best as she enters a well-deserved and exciting retirement.
 
Lindy's contributions to the college overall, but specifically her years of dedicated service and leadership in Student Development has been nothing short of phenomenal. As she takes this leap into new adventures, please come celebrate with us in recognizing her invaluable contributions and fearless leadership as a counselor, dean and vice chancellor during her tenure at the college.
 
Thank you Lindy.
 
Wednesday, May 4, 2016
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
MUB 140
Light refreshments and cake will be served.
 
If you have any questions, please contact Erin Cunningham (ecunning@ccsf.edu), Cynthia Obenchain (cobencha@ccsf.edu), Petrina Chi (pchi@ccsf.edu), or Tessa Henderson-Brown (thenders@ccsf.edu).


8. April 2016 Journalism Department Highlights
 
City College Journalism Student Bound for New York Times
Khaled Sayed, a former staff photographer for The Guardsman and Photo Editor for Etc. Magazine, will be a summer photo intern at the New York Times. Sayed is an awarding-winning photojournalist who will be attending U.C. Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism in the fall.
 
City College Journalism Students Selected for SF Chronicle Summer Internship and Chips Quinn Scholarship Program
In June, City College journalism student Gabriella Angotti-Jones will begin a 10-week summer internship as a photographer with the San Francisco Chronicle. She was also selected for the week-long Chips Quinn Scholars Program that runs from May 16-22 in Nashville, Tennessee, a hands-on training and mentoring program.
 
Local S.F. Neighborhood Newspaper Features Six Current and Former City College Journalism Students as Reporters
The April 2016 edition of The Ingleside-Excelsior Light has 11 bylined stories, six of which are written by current and former City College journalism students: Alex Mullaney, Marynoel Strope, Alan Mills, Calindra Revier, Jonathan Farrell, and Bethaney Lee.

Guardsman Headed for High Honors in CNPA Competition
The Guardsman is a finalist for General Excellence honors in the 2015 California Newspaper Publishers Association contest. Guardsman photographer Ekevara Kitpowsong is vying for First or Second Place in Feature Photo, and a team of Guardsman reporters comprised of Patrick Fitzgerald, Marco Siler-Gonzales, Otto Pippenger, and Audrey Garces are competing for First or Second Place in Enterprise News Story or Series.


9. Rusty Morrison Poetry Reading

On Wednesday, April 20th, City College of San Francisco's Creative Writing Program will host a reading and discussion with poet, critic and publisher Rusty Morrison. Morrison is the publisher of Omnidawn, a major Bay Area literary venue, and has won major awards including the Northern California Book Award.

A Question and Answer session will proceed the reading, with a reception to follow. This event is FREE and open to the public.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016
6:30pm (Seating begins at 6:00pm)
CCSF Ocean Campus, MUB Room 140

CCSF’s English Department, Creative Writing Program, Forum Magazine, and Poetry for the People are all proud to sponsor this event. If you have any questions, please contact John Isles at jisles@ccsf.edu.


10. Join Us as we Honor Kitty Moriwaki on April 19

Tuesday, April 19
4:30pm - 6:00pm
CCSF Ocean Campus, MUB 140

Please join us for an event acknowledging Kitty Moriwaki's work on behalf of Japanese-American City College Students Interned During World War II and telling the story of the permanent art exhibit.   

In 2010, Kitty was instrumental in locating disenrolled Nisei graduates to award them the diplomas they deserved. We will be joined by several of the artists featured in the permanent exhibit in MUB 140 and by John Tateishi, a former CCSF English professor. Tateishi gained national prominence in 1978 when, as the National Redress Director of Japanese Americans Citizenship League, he launched a campaign to seek redress for Japanese Americans interned in U.S. detention camps during WWII. 

In 1988, the Japanese American community won a landmark victory when President Reagan signed the Civil Liberties Act, which paid out $20,000 to each of the 80,000 survivors of Japanese descent detained during the war. Tateishi and others lobbied members of Congress again in the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, when U.S. federal agents detained 2,000 people of Arab, Muslim, and South Asian heritage. 

This event is timely, not only because Kitty is retiring soon, but also because of the anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant rhetoric of current political campaigns. 

For questions regarding this event, please contact Lauren Stuart Muller at lmuller@ccsf.edu.


11. Faculty & Staff Appreciation Event at CCSF Bookstores

We appreciate all faculty and staff at CCSF who continually support our students success. We especially appreciate instructors who submit their adoptions on time, allowing us to source less expensive course materials and have them on the shelves when school starts.

Join us on Tuesday April 12 and Wednesday April 13 for refreshments. Instructors can verify adoptions (and submit them if they're not yet submitted) and check out our latest styles. Show your Faculty ID or Business card and save 20% off your entire purchase (some exclusions apply - see store for details).

Please see the attached flyer for more details about this event.


12. Participating in Commencement 2016?

Have questions about Commencement? Visit the Office of Student Affairs Commencement page.

If you need to order regalia, use the attached form and place your order at any CCSF Bookstores location by Friday, April 15th to ensure delivery in time for Commencement and avoid shipping charges.

Contact Karen Sheppard if you have any questions about regalia: ksheppar@ccsf.edu or 415.452.5222.


13. CalFresh In A Day, April 26

Do you know a student who needs money for groceries? Single Stop is hosting CalFresh In A Day on Tuesday, April 26th from 1:00pm - 4:00pm 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. Multicultural Retention Services Department/African American Scholastic Programs Right of Passage Ceremony, May 17

The Multicultural Retention Services Department / African American Scholastic Programs) would like to invite students to participate in the Rite Of Passage Ceremony, celebrating student accomplishments in achieving an AS or AA. The graduation ceremony is $25.00 (Cash only). This graduation ceremony is open to all students of City College of San Francisco who participate with the Multicultural Retention Services Department/African American Scholastic Programs. Please fill out the attached order form for details.


15. Representatives from Copenhagen Business Academy to visit CCSF April 18-22, 2016

We have two guests from the Copenhagen Business Academy (“CPH Business”) visiting CCSF between April 18 and 22. These individuals are here at the invitation of the CCSF International Program to arrange a study tour of Danish business students to San Francisco in Fall 2016. In addition, CPH Business hopes to encourage and find students interested in studying in Copenhagen in a one-for-one student swap with CCSF.
 
Copenhagen Business Academy in Copenhagen, Denmark, is a two year college with an optional “top up” degree program leading to a bachelor’s degree. Our academic visitors are instructors in their international business program. The Finance program at CPH Business encompasses: Financial Controllership, Insurance (Risk management), Financial Analysis, Banking, and Real Estate. There is also an active Small Business & Entrepreneurship program at CPH Business. Students in the International Business program take one semester in which all their courses are in the English language, with English language textbooks, and English language written assignments. Danish students begin their study of the English language in 5th grade and speak the language well.
 
Carol Jensen, Real Estate Program instructor, was a Fulbright Scholar at CPH Business Academy in Fall 2015 specializing in real estate and small business & entrepreneurship topics. Our visitors join us at CCSF in hopes of engendering  reciprocal faculty and student relationships between the two  colleges. Please Contact Vinicio Lopez at vlopez@ccsf.edu for more information.

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ARAM 2016.pdf

S12.18C Career Placement Flyer 2016.pdf

FacStaffOpenHouse_04120413.pdf

Regalia Rental Order Form_2016.pdf

CalFresh In A Day Event.pdf