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CityNotes for Tuesday, May 9, 2017



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Subject: CityNotes for Tuesday, May 9, 2017
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Date: Tue, 9 May 2017 23:09:30 +0000



 

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1. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: 82nd Annual Commencement Ceremony
2. Teaching Men of Color in Community College Report Back & Special Performance by Drew Vai - May 12
3. Countdown to High School Boot Camp — Fake Facts, Contest and Scholarship Winners Coming Right Up - May 13
4. A Collective Inquiry into Guided Pathways - May 18
5. City College of San Francisco's College for Teens and Kids: Weekly and Bi-Weekly Workshops for Fun, Enrichment, and Advancement
6. African American Scholastic Programs Fundraiser


 

1. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: 82nd Annual Commencement Ceremony




2. Teaching Men of Color in Community College Report Back & Special Performance by Drew Vai - May 12

You’re Invited! This Friday!
Teaching Men of Color in Community College Report Back & Special Performance by Drew Vai, National Spoken Word Awardee. CCSF’s Digital Literacy Project Coordinator, Skyline Brothers Achieving Milestones.

Why? To engage in reflective conversations and inspirational activities in the service of decreasing achievement gaps at CCSF
When? Friday, May 12, 2017, 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Where? MUB 240
Who? CCSF Faculty, Staff and Administrators
*Learn about becoming a part of the next Community of Practice! 

Please join us to hear from CCSF faculty participants in the first cohort of the Teaching Men of Color in Community College Community of Practice as we share proven strategies for recognizing and building on the strengths of our male students of color and addressing institutional and societal barriers in the service of closing achievement gaps.

Refreshments and a light lunch will be served: Please RSVP to tburt@ccsf.edu.

The Teaching Men of Color in Community Colleges CCSF Community of Practice completed the Cora Learning Online Course and met throughout Spring 2017.
 
Supported by the Office of Student Equity & the Multicultural Infusion Project


3. Countdown to High School Boot Camp — Fake Facts, Contest and Scholarship Winners Coming Right Up - May 13

"Journalism in the Age of Fake Facts" is the of the Annual High School Journalism Boot Camp co-hosted by the San Francisco/Peninsula Press and the Department of Journalism at City College of San Francisco. The event is set for Saturday, May 13, from 11:30am - 5:00pm, at City College of San Francisco.

There’s no complicated registration procedure. Just contact SFPPC President Antonia Ehlers and let her know you are coming. Email her at: aehlers@serrahs.com

This year’s event merges two other longtime club services to journalism education, high school journalism contests and scholarships totaling $2,000.

Please see the attached press release for more details.


4. A Collective Inquiry into Guided Pathways - May 18

Thursday, May 18
9:30am - 11:30am
MUB 140

Guided Pathways have enabled greater student success at other colleges, but how might they help us?  What exactly are other colleges doing, and would these efforts meet the needs of students here at CCSF?  Come explore these questions and more as the Career and Transfer Pathways Committee presents guest speakers Robert Gabriner (RP Group), Mina Dadgar, Kris Palmer, and Chase Fisherhall (Career Ladders Project).

1. Learn about how pathways help students complete their educational goals
2. Learn about how pathways help colleges increase student success and completion
3. Discuss how various models might fit at CCSF 
4. Define priorities for Guided Pathway development at CCSF 


 
5. City College of San Francisco's College for Teens and Kids: Weekly and Bi-Weekly Workshops for Fun, Enrichment, and Advancement

Our College for Teens program is open to currently enrolled high school students. 
Our College for Kids program is open to incoming 6th graders to incoming 9th graders.

The attached application form provides a 20% discount to CCSF employees.


6. African American Scholastic Programs Fundraiser

The African American Scholastic Programs is fundraising for the “Rites of Passage” event (please see attached flyer for additional details about the event). 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 donations as well.
 
If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Kim Wise at 415.452.5315, Mrs. Felita J. Clark at 415.239.3057, or Mr. Edward Tang at 415.452.5953.

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BootCampRelease.doc

TMOCCC Invite FINAL.pdf

EE Teens Kids Appl Form 2017.docx

AASP Rite of Passage Flyer 2017 Revised (1).pdf

AASP Tshirt Fundraiser Order Form (5).pdf

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