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CityNotes for Friday, October 27, 2017



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Subject: CityNotes for Friday, October 27, 2017
From: CityNotes <Citynotes@ccsf.edu>
Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2017 21:44:41 +0000



 

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1. CCSF Bookstores Campus Engagement Survey

2. African American Scholastic Programs Office See’s Candy Fundraiser

3. “Small Business Law Basics” Workshop with Nancy Yamaguchi – November 1
4. Guided Pathways – November 2
5. Ocean Air Market – November 12

6. CCSF Concert & Lecture Series present – November & December Events

7. Student Technology Awards – Nomination Deadline February 9

8. Free “Teotihuacan“ Exhibition at De Young Museum – Ends February 11


 

 

 

1. CCSF Bookstores Campus Engagement Survey

 

Every two years CCSF conducts a Campus Engagement Survey to solicit feedback from faculty, staff, administrators and students regarding their perceptions of the campus stores and awareness of various Follett products and services. Your campus store team is committed to driving student success and enhancing the campus experience through continuous improvement.

 

Please take a few minutes to complete the survey here.

 

 

2. African American Scholastic Programs Office See’s Candy Fundraiser

 

Support the CCSF African American Scholastic Programs office as they sell See’s Candy to raise money for their scholarship program and their Historically Black College and University event later this year. 

 

To make a purchase, please print out the attached form and bring to the Rosenberg Library, LAC, Room R209. We accept cash or check. If you have any questions, please contact the program office at 415-452-5315.

 

 

3. “Small Business Law Basics” Workshop with Nancy Yamaguchi – November 1

 

When: Wednesday, November 1 from 5:30pm-7:30pm

Where: MUB 251, Ocean Campus

 

From deciding how to structure your business to hiring your first employee or selecting a business name, this workshop will teach you the basics to start, grow and protect your company.  Topics will include a general overview of business entities, employment law and contracts, commercial leases, and intellectual property basics (e.g., copyrights, trademarks and patents).

 

About the presenter:  Nancy Yamaguchi advises technology companies across the world on cross-border mergers and acquisitions, strategic investments, and joint ventures. Her clients include companies in the semiconductor, manufacturing, and software industries, among others. Nancy’s combined business and legal experience in the technology industry allows her to provide customized legal advice and negotiate transactions that are specific and relevant to companies in that space.

 

Light snacks will be provided. Please RSVP to Mia Rusali at mrusali@ccsf.edu.

 

All are welcome!

 

 

4. Guided Pathways – November 2
 
Join us on November 2 for our second college inquiry into the guided pathways framework! In Spring of 2017, the Career and Transfer Pathways Committee held the first inquiry session into the guided pathways framework and how it might help CCSF students. This event will continue this inquiry and discussion, building on the last workshop and digging deeper into the framework.
 

View the flyer here, and sign-up here.

 

 

5. Ocean Air Market – November 12

 

Meet artists and makers while shopping for locally made crafts, art and jewelry. Event made possible by the Ocean Avenue Association, the San Francisco Arts Commission and Dahlia Community Engagement.

 

When: Sunday, November 12

          12:00pm-5:00pm

Where: Ocean Avenue Unity Plaza

 

 

6. CCSF Concert & Lecture Series present – November & December Events

 

CCSF Critical Middle East / SWANA Studies and the Concert & Lecture Series present:

Water rights, Environmental Protection and Peace in the Middle East Lecture + Discussion

When: Thursday, November 9

11:00am-12:30pm

Where: Ocean Campus, MUB 140

 

CCSF Women's Studies and Concert & Lecture Series present:

A Womb of Their Own screening and Q/A with the filmmaker

When: Wednesday, November 15

6:00pm-8:00pm

Where: Ocean Campus, Rosenberg Library Room 305

 

CCSF Older Adults and Concert & Lecture Series present:

Two-part T'ai Chi Chih Training: 19 Movements and One Pose with Sandy McAlister

When: Saturday, November 18 and Saturday, December 2

10:00am-3:15pm

Where: CCSF Chinatown Campus Room 402

 

All events are free and open to the public.

 

 

7. Student Technology Awards – Nomination Deadline February 9

 

Nominate a Student!

 

The League for Innovation is now accepting nominations for the 2017 Terry O’Banion Student Technology Awards from League Alliance and Board member colleges. This award honors three deserving students with special talent in technology, strong financial need, and a passion about moving toward a career in technology. This year, with the generous support of Innovative Educators, winners will receive $2,500 each toward education expenses (e.g., tuition, fees) and a plaque commemorating their achievement. The awards will be presented at the Innovations Conference, held March 18-21, 2018, in National Harbor, Maryland.

 

Award winners are designated as Student Technology Champion or Student Developer Champion. Student Technology Champion awards are presented to students with a career interest in a technology field. Student Developer Champion awards are presented to students with a career focus specifically in software development.

 

Nominations will be accepted through February 9, 2018. Please refer to the guidelines for detailed information and to nominate a worthy student.

 

Contact person: Sherry Sklar at sklar@league.org

 

 

8. Free “Teotihuacan“ Exhibition at De Young Museum – Ends February 11

 

Experience this once-in-a lifetime exhibition showcasing 200 artifacts from Teotihuacan, the most visited archaeological site in Mexico. The exhibition explores how artworks from the ancient city shape our understanding of Teotihuacan as an urban environment. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see never-before-seen artifacts from one of the earliest, largest, and most important cities in the ancient Americas.

 

Where: De Young Museum

When: Now - February 11

 

See the exhibition free anytime when you book your group in advance. Contact Raquel Garcia del Real at rgarciadelreal@famsf.org to book today!


For more information, please view the attached flyer provided in both English and Spanish.

Teo_English.pdf

Teo_Spanish.pdf

See%27s Candies 2017 Winter Fundraising (1).pdf