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Two young Asian female students looking at a computer monitor, with a graphic overlay of HTML code over the entire photo

Several women from the industry are coming to campus to participate in a panel discussion forum. At the end of the panel discussion, there will be two short coding workshops (programming, web) for exploration.

The forum will be held on Friday, Dec. 1, from noon to 3 p.m. in the Business Building, BUS 203.

Everyone is welcome, but women especially are encouraged to attend.

Panel guests include:

  • A State Data Processing Manager (Programming Team – Information Systems Branch – Medical Board of California)
  • A web developer working at the State (former student who graduated about 2 yrs ago)
  • A hardware engineer, programmer from Intel
  • A project manager working in private sector for Web Design and Development


For more info, please email:

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Phi Theta Kappa is holding  a food drive now through Nov. 28. Help us grow our stash of non-perishable food items to be donated to those in need this holiday season!

Drop off donations at the food bins on campus or the SCC Foundation Office, Rodda Hall North, RHN-222.

On Giving Tuesday, Nov. 28, join us for a rally at the Student Center, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., to take stock of the food donations, meet Hughie the Panther, show your gratitude and take an #unselfie, enjoy tasty snacks, and learn how you can volunteer in the community.

Additionally, you can donate online to the Student Emergency Fund, which provides assistance to students in the times they need it most.

Two little boys, both wearing Superman t shirts with jeans and sneakers, standing in front a mural of a red sports car. Boy on left is sitting, boy on right is standing, licking a lollipop, both are facing camera smiling

Love the Avengers, Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman? Want to know more about the larger world of graphic novels?

Come join us and learn about the artistic and literary merits of graphic novels by Gioia Fonda and Hayley Laird. We even have a few graphic novel activities planned on top of the excellent presentations from our guest speakers. If you like comics or graphic novels, come on over and check out our event. Students and faculty are welcome and are encouraged to attend.

From noon to 1 p.m. in South Gym SOG-119 on Tuesday, Nov. 14.

Profile of a smiling African American woman soldier in camouflage army jacket and hat.

Dr. Nancy Brown, Women Veterans’ program manager for Northern California Veterans’ Affairs, will be on campus Tuesday, Nov. 14, to answer questions about health benefits, disability claims, dependent care, dental coverage and more.

Join us at noon in PAC-102 (adjacent to the Veterans Resource Center). Food and drinks will be provided.

For more information, visit the Veterans Resource Center or go to the VRC women veterans website.

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Join the fun on International Games Day on Thursday, Nov. 2, by stopping in the Library to play a board game!

Come between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. in LRC 105. Bring your own tabletop game or play one of ours!

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Do you have an old laptop or computer accessories at home and you’re not sure what to do with them? Donate for a student in need!

Computers 4 Kids (C4K) will wipe the computer, make repairs and get them to students in need of a computer. You can drop them off at the SCC Main Campus in Business 221a or at Computers 4 Kids, 2455 West Capitol Ave., Suite 106, in West Sacramento.

More information about the program is available at

Three smiling student ambassadors (two young men and a young woman) stand side by side in the quad, facing the camera.
Become a Student Ambassador and help others navigate through the college experience, network with staff members and mentors on campus and reach out to the local community with information about Sacramento City College.
The position reports to the SCC Outreach Department and will impart valuable workplace skills such as team cooperation, customer service and event coordination.
Applications are due by 4 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 10. Pick up an application at the Student Services Building or at Call 558-2200 for any additional questions.
To be eligible to be a Student Ambassador, you must:
  • Have completed 12 units at SCC
  • Maintain a minimum cumulative 2.8 GPA
  • Submit an application to the front desk at STS 103 or email by Friday, Nov. 10 at 4 p.m.
SCC President Michael Gutierrez sitting at conference room table

Please join us for Café Conversations with Sacramento City College President Michael Gutierrez at 2 p.m. in the Student Center on Thursday, Oct. 18 and Thursday, Nov. 30.

Bring your thoughts and questions for an open and informal conversation with the president on topics of interest to our college community. Light refreshments will be served.