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February 2016

Show Me the Money: Helping Students Win Scholarship Awards

February 8 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Show Me the Money: Helping Students Win Scholarship Awards Presented by Patti Redmond. Sacramento City College awards over $100,000.00 annually to students.  The criteria varies according to GPA, major, citizenship, financial need, cultural background, community service, and much more.  We can help students learn about this “free money”, navigate the process and write stronger applications.  We can also write stronger recommendations for them.  Join Patti as she helps you help students win awards that will help support their academic goals.

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What is the Puente Project?

February 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

What is the Puente Project? Presented by Sandra Guzman. We will describe the history of the Puente Project, mission and model. There are over 500 Puente students on campus! Puente faculty will describe the three components of the program, student outcomes and share ideas about culturally inclusive instruction. Our program components are: Mentoring, English Writing, and Counseling. The Puente Project began as a pilot program at SCC in 1983. English and Counseling faculty work collaboratively and, together with volunteer community Mentors,…

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Show Me the Money: Helping Students Win Scholarship Awards

February 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Show Me the Money: Helping Students Win Scholarship Awards Presented by Patti Redmond. Sacramento City College awards over $100,000.00 annually to students.  The criteria varies according to GPA, major, citizenship, financial need, cultural background, community service, and much more.  We can help students learn about this “free money”, navigate the process and write stronger applications.  We can also write stronger recommendations for them.  Join Patti as she helps you help students win awards that will help support their academic goals.

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Changing Lanes: Career Development Opportunities for Individuals in a Classified Role

February 24 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Changing Lanes: Career Development Opportunities for Individuals in a Classified Role Are you a part-  or full-time classified employee looking towards growing your career at the college? You can become a top contender for your next great job. One problem is that many people in classified roles have difficult, time-consuming jobs that allow limited opportunities for cross-training and career growth. Many professors and managers started out in classified roles. Come to Changing Lanes for Classified, where we will look at…

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March 2016

Equity Institute with Dr. Veronica Neal, Part 3

March 30 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
equity

At a time where enrollment has potential! Join us for a day-long summit to explore how SCC can develop an ethos of equity – an equity mindset- across its instructions programs and services. By learning how we can infuse equity throughout the SCC campus culture, we can more readily identify and dismantle obstacles which have negatively affected specific student groups, in particular those identified in SCC’s Student Equity Plan.  This workshop will facilitate faculty and staff to explore the opportunity…

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April 2016

College Completion Project with Dr. Rob Johnstone, Part 4 of 4

April 22 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
NCII

In the first workshop, Dr. Johnstone provided an overview of the Completion by Design Model, a Clear Pathways methodology, and colleges and universities that have begun focusing on ways to increase Student Success. In Part 2 of 4, Dr. Johnstone will discuss design principles along with ways in which our college constituency groups can begin engaging in owning this process for ourselves while “Starting with the End In Mind” for Student Success. We look forward to your participation and engagement…

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