Bearfacts eNewsletter - Spring 2022 SRJC

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SRJC BearFacts eNewsletter - 6.12.22 Publication


Important Dates

Effective January 2022: SRJC will require proof of full vaccination. Exemptions to the requirement are only those based on law for approved medical and religious reasons. 

June 13 – Summer 2022 classes begin

July 4 – Independence Day Holiday (No classes. SRJC closed.)

August 15 – Fall 2022 classes begin


Queer Corner: New Time, Same Day!

Queer Corner, New time, same day! 2nd and 4th Wednesdays, 5 PM to 6 PM on Zoom, ID: 4883155694

 

Study Abroad with SRJC in London

 
Study with SRJC in London in Fall 2022! Applications open now


Teaching Fellows Program: Applications Due June 30

Are you interested in a career as a teacher, school librarian, school counselor, or other educator role? Consider applying to next year’s Teaching Fellows Program! You will need to ask a contract faculty member to be your Mentor and apply with you. This is a competitive scholarship opportunity. Teaching Fellows will receive a stipend of $4050, disbursed in six equal payments throughout the academic year. For more information, including a link to the application, please see the Teaching Fellows Program webpage. 

Application deadline has been extended to: Thursday, June 30. 


Free LinkedIn Premium for Students

LINKEDIN FOR STUDENTS ATTENTION ALL COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS! ARE YOU INTERESTED IN RECEIVING A FREE LINKEDIN PREMIUM? (A $300 VALUE) Step One: Click or scan to watch the LinkedIn for Students event recording to learn tips for building and strengthing your LinkedIn profile Step Two: Click or scan to complete this selfpaced assessment by June 30, 2022

 

LinkedIn For Students Event Recording

Self-Paced Assessment


Your SRJC Library is Open!

 
SRJC Libraries is open! Doyle Library: Monday thru Thursday 10am to 6pm; Mahoney Library: 9am to 2pm, visit:https://libraries.santarosa.edu


NoodeTools Workshops: Register Today!

Register for NoodleTools Workshops covering MLA and APA at: https://santarosa.libcal.com/calendar/workshops. Cite Your Sources Right!


Earn While You Learn! Conservation Corps North Bay

CCNB is a job training program for young people ages 18-30. Learn more and apply online at ccnorthbay.org/apply or call (707) 758-4129. PAID WORK EXPERIENCE HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA COMPLETION CAREER GUIDANCE & FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GUARANTEED 32 HOURS/WEEK SET WORK SCHEDULE OPTIONS FOR EXTRA HOURS MEDICAL BENEFITS AVAILABLE.
¡Gana mientras aprendes! No se requiere experiencia laboral previa para trabajar en CCNB. Nuestro programa para jóvenes de 18 a 30 años ofrece un salario inicial de $16 la hora. EXPERIENCIA LABORAL PAGADO FINALIZACIÓN DEL DIPLOMA ORIENTACIÓN PROFESIONAL DE ESCUELA SECUNDARIA Y ASISTENCIA FINANCIERA GARANTIZADO 32 HORAS/SEMANA HORARIO ESTABLECIDO DE TRABAJO OPCIONES PARA HORAS EXTRAS BENEFICIOS MÉDICOS DISPONIBLES. Obtenga más información y aplicar en línea en ccnorthbay.org/apply o llame al (707) 758-4129

It Isn't Easy to Talk About Sexual Assault: Let's Change That

It Isn't Easy to Talk About Sexual Assault: Let's Change That. Learn More about your Title IX rights and protections. All SRJC students were emailed an unique link to a 15 minute training on February 16th. Search your email for Annual Student Online Training and take the training today.

Food Pantry Information / Informacion Sobre La Despensa De Alimentos

FOOD PANTRY INFORMATION/ INFORMACION SOBRE LA DESPENSA DE ALIMENTOS

Registration Information and Safety Protocols – this process has changed a little to make sign-up and distribution easier:

We ask that you pre-register via Eventbrite to get your “ticket” for a specific time slot each week. Select a morning or afternoon time slot  and to save time, you can sign up for multiple weeks in advance; however, please sign up for only one ticket per week as duplicate tickets will take a spot away from another student.

This process helps us to know how many students we will be serving and to have enough groceries on hand. 

You are also welcome to bring thermal bags for cold or frozen items and/or reusable bags.

How to sign up:

  1. Create a profile with Redwood Empire Food Bank – If you already have one, then you are all set.
    1. Contact the Food Bank (707-523-7903) if you need assistance in setting up a profile.
  1. Select an arrival time – you will need your Student ID number. The site will be active until 9 AM on Wednesday mornings.
  • To maintain safety measures, please plan to arrive on time for your selected time slot, but no more than 10 minutes early.
  • Please remember that the pantry needs to be closed from 12-1 so the staff has the opportunity for lunch and to recharge.

When you arrive:

Check in at the CalFresh table with your Student ID number

Check in with Redwood Empire Food Bank (bring your bracelet)

Get food!


 Sneak Peak:  The May 11th bag will have mustard greens, cilantro and strawberries from Shone Farm and from REFB we have Cauliflower, Mushrooms, and Yams as well as many shelf stable items.


Questions? Email lhunnemeder-bergfelt@santarosa.edu (or for Spanish mquiroz2@santarosa.edu) for additional information.


Estimado estudiante de SRJC,

Asegúrese de leer este mensaje completo para obtener detalles importantes.

Información de registro y protocolos de seguridad: este proceso ha cambiado para facilitar un poco el registro y la distribución:

Debe registrarse previamente a través de Eventbrite para obtener su "boleto" para un horario específico cada semana. Seleccione un horario de la mañana o tarde (cerrado para el almuerzo de 12 a 1) todos los miércoles de abril y/o mayo. Para ahorrar tiempo, puede registrarse con varias semanas de anticipación; sin embargo, regístrese para obtener solo un boleto por semana, ya que los boletos duplicados le quitarán un lugar a otro estudiante. También puede traer bolsas térmicas para artículos fríos o congelados y/o bolsas reutilizables

Cómo registrarse:

1.Cree un perfil con Redwood Empire Food Bank: si ya tiene uno, entonces está listo.

A. Si necesita ayuda para configurar su perfil comuníquese con el Banco de Alimentos al (707-523-7903)

B. También contamos con un personal del Redwood Food Bank que ayuda a los estudiantes a configurar su perfil cuando recogen la comida en el SRJC.

2. Seleccione una hora de llegada; necesitará su número de identificación de estudiante. El sitio estará activo hasta las 9 AM los miércoles por la mañana.

  • Para mantener las medidas de seguridad, planee llegar a tiempo para el horario seleccionado, pero no más de 10 minutos antes.
  • Recuerde que la distribución de la despensa estará cerrada de 12 a 1pm para que el personal tenga la oportunidad de almorzar y recargar energías.

Dónde: SRJC, Santa Rosa Campus. La despensa del Quiosco de Bailey está ubicada en el edificio 100 entre el Auditorio Luther Burbank y el Gimnasio Tauzer en la esquina noroeste del campo de fútbol y hay un mapa disponible aquí. Desafortunadamente, no podrá conducir hasta el quiosco; sin embargo, hay estacionamiento disponible en la estructura de estacionamiento al lado del campo de fútbol.

Quién: Estudiantes actualmente matriculados en SRJC.

Cuando llegues:

• Tenga listo su “boleto” o correo electrónico de confirmación para registrarse a la hora designada

• Regístrese en la mesa de CalFresh con su número de identificación de estudiante

• Regístrese en Redwood Empire Food Bank (traiga su pulsera si ya se ha registrado previamente con el banco de comida)

•¡Obtenga su comida!

¡Adelanto!:

¿Preguntas? Envíe un correo electrónico a mquiroz2@santarosa.edu  para obtener información adicional.

Gracias a nuestros contribuyentes:

Los alimentos básicos y los productos frescos son proporcionados por SRJC, El Banco de Comida Empire estación 3990 y la granja Shone del SRJC


Sexual Health & Reproductive Health Clinic: 2nd & 4th Tuesdays

Sexual and reproductive health clinic, 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 1 to 4 PM on the Petaluma Campus. Confidential services include birth control services, pregnancy testing, emergency contraception, STD testing, Paps and breast exams, transgender health, PrEP as HIV prevention. visit shs.santarosa.edu or call 7075274445 for more information

SRJC Libraries: Curbside Pickup

Get it Curbside with SRJC Libraries! You can borrow Reserve Textbooks, Laptops, Hotspots and More!  URL: https://libguides.santarosa.edu/RemoteAccess
 

SRJC Libraries: Research Help

Need help after hours? Get help from your librarians using the Online Chat from SRJC Libraries. We are here Mondays-Saturdays, and weeknights we are open until 10pm. Visit: libanswers.santarosa.edu

SRJC Dental Hygiene: Dental Cleaning Appointments Available

Community Dental Hygiene/ Dental X-Ray Teaching Clinic   Services provided by students of SRJC’s dental hygiene and assisting programs Services: ◊ Teeth Cleaning  To include: Routine prophylaxis or “deep” cleaning with/without anesthetic and caries  prevention/sensitivity treatment, includes x-rays required for the purpose of  dental hygiene diagnosis. Teeth Cleaning……………. $70 ◊ Dental X-rays Only (x-ray clinic open spring semester only) Full Mouth, Bitewings and Panorex; NOTE: Dentist authorization required  Full Mouth/Panorex X-rays..$50   Four Bitewings……………...$20 Appointments are required; please plan on multiple visits Payment is expected at the time of service - we accept cash/checks/credit cards Location: Santa Rosa Junior College, Santa Rosa Campus William B. Race Health Science Building, 1st floor For Additional Information or to schedule an appointment, please call: • Dental Hygiene Clinic……………………………. (707) 522-2844 • X-ray Clinic (spring semester only)……………….… (707) 527-4213 For more clinic information: Visit our webpage at: dentalprograms.santarosa.edu ; select “Dental Teaching  Clinic” on the left side. No restorative services such as fillings, crowns or dentures provided. Please contact the  Redwood Empire Dental Society at 707-546-7275 for referrals.

Dental cleanings are a flat $70.00 Fee offered all 3 semesters each year which includes radiographs and deep cleanings, with light cleanings offered for free by our first year students in the spring (multiple appointments required)


Our phone number for scheduling appointments and inquiries is 707-522-2844, or visit dentalprograms.santarosa.edu 

 

Bear Club Foot Notes Graphic

SRJC Student Club Corner


Welcome to the coolest corner for club information in the Bearfacts!
Here you will find important information and links for clubs, and much more.

 


Students For Recovery Meetings: Thursdays 12 Pm to 1 PM

Students for Recovery is a safe space for students to support each other and discover healthy connections. Thursdays from 12 to 1 PM. Zoom ID: https://santarosa-edu.zoom.us/j/98469379861#success


2021-2022 Student Clubs

Club List and Meeting Locations

For more information about SRJC Clubs contact:

Irmina Benson, Vice President of Clubs - Santa Rosa

Elizabeth Cole, Vice President of Clubs - Petaluma

Fall 2019 ICC Leadership Photo

(Pictured Above) Santa Rosa ICC Executive Officers 2019-20
Elisa Fragoso, Spring 2020 Secretary, Holly Pilling, Spring 2020 Vice-Chair, Burnice Nyamien, 2020 ICC Chair and VP of Clubs - Santa Rosa, Jorgen Go, Spring 2020 Treasurer

Meetings schedule still pending for Spring 2022. Check our website for more ICC Updates!


Click the image below for more info on SRJC Bear Cubs!

Bear Cub Athletics Upcoming Events


For the most up to date information and to connect with fellow students, please download the MySRJCApp to your mobile device.

For more information, click here to visit the Welcome and Connect Center website.


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