Category Archives: Student Leadership & Development

Newly elected student government v

Congratulations to the newly elected student leaders!

Following are the unofficial results for the Spring 2017 SCC student election –

CAEB  (Clubs & Events Board)
President – Moises Ramirez
Vice President – Leo Melton
Secretary of Equity & Diversity – Christina Martinez Mendoza
Secretary of Public Relations – Humberto German Rodriguez Jimenez

Student Senate
President – Miguel Guerrero
Vice President  – Keanna LaForga
Treasurer  – Lucy Gee
Secretary of Public Relations  – Tanish Jindal
Senators  – Alan Hernandez, Tristan Rogers, Yvonne Sandoval

The following positions are open, to be filled by appointment process:

CAEB (Clubs & Events Board)

  • Treasurer
  • Secretary
  • Secretary of Technology
  • Project Coordinators (10 positions)

Student Senate 

  • Secretary
  • President Pro Tempore
  • Secretary of Legislative Affairs
  • Secretary of Technology
  • Secretary of Sustainability
  • Senators (17 positions)

If you are interested in being appointed to an open position, please comprehensively review the SCC Student Associated Council Constitution –
http://www.scc.losrios.edu/sld/documents/340.pdf 

And the bylaws for either can be accessed at :
Clubs & Events Board (CAEB) – http://www.scc.losrios.edu/sld/documents/student-associated-council-caeb-clubs-events-board-bylaws.pdf
Student Senate  – http://www.scc.losrios.edu/sld/documents/358.pdf

Review the position descriptions. If interested, read this information:
http://www.scc.losrios.edu/sld/documents/sac-public-information.pdf

And submit your candidacy : https://www.scc.losrios.edu/sld/sac-appointment-candidacy-verification-form/

* Elections results will be finalized pending review of Los Rios Board of Trustees.

Photo of three young students who are running for Los Rios Student Trustee in the student elections

Let your voice be heard! Vote for your student leaders April 4-5, 5 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Voting is easy — just log in to eServices and vote online.

Once you have logged in, click the “Elections and Surveys” tab and select either the image or link to vote. A new browser window will open to allow you to vote.

More information is available at www.scc.losrios.edu/sld/elections.

All currently enrolled students are eligible to vote for Student Trustee for the Los Rios Community College District Board of Trustees, the SCC Student Senate, and the Clubs and Events Board.

Graduating students

The Student Leadership and Development (SL&D) Office and the Commencement Committee are looking for a student speaker to address the graduating classes of Fall 2016 and Spring 2017.

The selection criteria is based on:
– 3.0 cumulative G.P.A.
– Graduating by the end of the Spring semester 2017
– Ability to address the graduating class, parents, and campus community

Candidates must complete an application form.
Forms may be picked up from the Student Leadership and Development Office
located in SG 226 — on the second floor of the Student Center/South Gym building.

Applications are due by Friday, April 7 no later than 4:00 p.m.

Represent your graduating class and let your voice be heard!

Student leaders on campus

Student Government elections are coming up!
The candidates will be in the quad making their statements known. Come learn what the positions are and what the candidates advocate. You can hear candidates for Sacramento City College positions. March 30, the candidates for Los Rios Student Trustee will be here.

Candidates will speak from 12 – 12:50 p.m. in the Quad.

Come listen and investigate the issues, and be prepared to make an informed choice on election day.

SCC students and Los Rios Student Trustee with Los Rios student leader at Lobby 2017
Pictured above: SCC students and Los Rios Student Trustee, Marianna Sousa, with Los Rios student leaders attending Lobby 2017 at the California State Capitol. Here they are demonstrating getting involved in what matters and having a voice.

Selfie of student leaders at recent Lobby Day at State Capitol.

Be the change you wish to see—now is the time run for student government at Sacramento City College!

Prospective candidates for student government access have declared their candidacy, and the campaigning begins March 28.  Candidates will be speaking at public forums in the quad during the college hour at 12:00 p.m. on March 28 and March 30.

Come out and hear what the candidates are advocating.  Show your interest, show your support, and get out the vote!

Campaign runs March 28 – April 5

www.scc.losrios.edu/sld/elections.

The election period is April 4 and 5, from 7 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. daily via eServices.

Husham Haroun unveiled a student mural on Dec. 12 created thanks to one of the SCC Centennial mini-grants. Husham and Henry Fisk were the main contributors to the mural that saw about 10 students of the SCC Art Club spend the better part of a year working on the project, both on campus and off.
One portion of the mural depicts the early years of SCC, in black, white and gray, with the original administration building and Hughes Stadium. Another portion, including the current LRC, was colored in sepia tones to show the college’s building years. The last portion is in full color and shows two recent graduates, including a first-generation college student and several on-campus programs, such as Rise, Puente and EOPS.
Congratulations – and thank you! – to these dedicated students. The mural will be on display after the new year on campus.

During a lunchtime assembly in the main quad on Monday, Nov. 14, Interim President Michael Poindexter, Student Trustee Marianna Sousa and about 150 members of the college community discussed the 2016 election during an event entitled: “Campus Civility in Time of Discord: Reflection of our 2016 Election.”

The event was staged by the Cultural Awareness Center and Student Leadership and Development.

For more photos from the event, please see the SCC Slide Show  page on our website.

Thanks to one of the newest clubs on campus, the Model U.N., U.S. Diplomat Dorothy Ngutter will speak at SCC on Oct. 19 from 5 to 6 p.m. in LRC 105.
Ms. Ngutter will speak about the opportunities for internships and employment within the U.S. State Department and U.S. Foreign Service.
She is one of 16 Diplomats in Residence throughout the U.S., and provides career guidance to people throughout Alaska, Oregon, Washington and Northern California.
We hope you have an opportunity to attend this informative presentation.