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Bearfacts eNewsletter Logo - Summer 2021 SRJC. This page is curated by Zack Miranda, and if you have any issues accessing the information on this page, please contact me at 707-524-1528 or zmiranda@santarosa.edu

SRJC BearFacts eNewsletter - 9.12.21 Publication


Important Dates

September 14 - California Gubernatorial Recall Election

September 17 – Constitution Day and Citizenship Day (Classes will meet)


California Recall Election: Vote by September 14th!

California Recall Election, dont silence your voice! last day to register to vote is August 30th, last day to register and vote in person: september 14th. click for more info! What's a recall election? its a special election to decide if Governor Newsom remains governor or is replaced by another candidate. This is only the second recall in CA history!

 

Whats on the ballot? Just two parts: 1: Shall gavin newsom be recalled (removed) from the office of governor? If you vote NO, you are voting for Governor Newsom to remain in office. If you vote YES, you are voting to remove governor newsom from office. 2nd part: Candidate to succeed Gavin Newsom as governor if he is recalled. You don't have to vote in this section, but if you do, select one candidate to replace governor newsom.

 

How do I vote? Mail-in ballot or in-person at a polling place. Many polling places open September 3rd. By Mail: All registered voters should receive a mail-in ballot. If you haven't received one you can track your ballot online. You can track your ballot after you vote a well! It must be delivered and postmarked at the post office, placed in a drop box, or delivered to a polling place by 8 PM on September 14th. Be sure to sign the envelope! You can vote in person at a polling place, vote center, or local election office. If you aren't registered, they can register you in person with a conditional registration and provisional ballot. These will be counted once they verify your registration.

 

Is it too late to register to vote? It's not too late! Online Registration ended, but you can still register to vote in-person! Go to your polling place or local election office. Ask for a conditional registration and cast a provisional ballot. It will count once they process your registration! to qualify for registration you must be 18 by September 14th, 2021, a US citizen, and resident of California. You need an ID if it's your first time registering to vote! Visit voteriders.org/firstvote for a complete list of approved IDs, or call 800-345-VOTE

Herencia SRJC Event Schedule

All events are virtual, free, & open to the public, unless stated otherwise Sept 16 Thursday, 3pm, Mexican Independence Day, Lecture by Prof. Sal Diaz  Sept 23 Thursday, 3pm, chinacos, mexicans seeking their national identity, Lecture by Prof. Laura Larque Sept 28 Tuesday, 10:30 PM what is chicanx & latinx studies? Dr. Melissa Moreno & Dr. Amanda Morrison Sept 29 miércoles, 6pm CURANDERISMO , Evento en español Presentado por Landpaths Oct 4 Monday, 10:30am, latinx poetry, Featuring: Sara Borjas, Christopher Soto, Joshua Escobar Oct 11 Monday, 3pm,  THE IMPORTANCE OF THE TELPOCHCALLI & THE CALMECAC: AZTEC COMPULSORY EDUCATION  Lecture by Prof. Letica Contreras Oct 12 INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' DAY Oct 18-22 UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT ACTION WEEK (USAW) Oct 22 UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT Conference Oct 23 Drive thru event with SRJC Dream Center For zoom links & more information: https://intercultural.santarosa.edu/herencia

Join the Queer Resource Center for Queer Corner

Join the Queer Resource Center for Queer Corner, Wednesdays on Zoom, 11 AM to Noon, Zoom ID: 488 315 5694. For more information email lgbtq@santarosa.edu or check out @QRCSRJC on Instagram

Career Exploration: Web Tools Workshop

Career Exploration: Web Tools Workshop. Discover a variety of websites to learn about: careers, labor market, salary, work environments. Be fully prepared to make career decisions. Wednesday September 15th, 6 to 6:30 PM with Career Hub. Zoom ID: 99995783729

Fall Virtual Job Fest

Fall Virtual Job Fair. Wednesday, September 22  4:00-6:00 p.m. Job Seekers click here for Registration Link  For more information and the Employer List click here  Network with employers, explore apprenticeships &  internship opportunities, find full time/part time positions  Multiple industries attending  All are welcome! Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request for  individuals with disabilities. Equal Opportunity Employer/Program.
FERIA VIRTUAL DE  EMPLEO DE OTOÑO. Miércoles 22 de Septiembre 4:00-6:00 PM Solicitantes de empleo, haga clic aquí para  enlace de registro  Para obtener más información y lista de empleadores haga clic aqui  Conéctese con empleadores, explore oportunidades de pasantías y aprendizajes, encuentre puestos de tiempo completo o tiempo parcial  Asistirán múltiples industrias  ¡Todos son bienvenidos! Ayuda y servicios auxiliares disponible a pedido para personas con  incapacidades. Programa / Empleador de Igualdad de Oportunidades.

Student Job Opening: Basic Needs Navigators

Student Job Openings: apply to be a basic needs navigator and help end hunger on campus! Student Life, Equity, and Engagement is hiring for student help for our calfresh outreach program and student basic needs centers. this experience could count towards clinic or service learning hours or community involvement. Pay is $15 per hour, contact studentresourcecenter@santarosa.edu or visit the college's job board for more information!

Poetry Reading Featuring Sara Borjas, Christopher Soto, and Joshua Escobar

Poetry Reading Featuring Sara Borjas, Christopher Soto, and Joshua Escobar. Monday October 4, 10:30 AM to 11:45 AM. Sara Borjas, Christopher Soto, and Joshua Escobar are all accomplished young poets and educators whose cultural work pushes the boundaries of art and activism. Ranging from decentering whiteness to exploring queerness to bringing the Undocupoet perspective, these poets share their voices. Each will read from their work followed by a short discussion and Q&A about craft, community, and identity.

Calling All Volunteers: Earn Units in Community Involvement

Volunteer: Learn, Earn, Achieve. Earn units for volunteering in the community this fall with CI 51! schedule an appointment with laurie bacci, community engagement coordinator, at lbacci@santarosa.edu or visit careerhub.santarosa.edu

Do you have students interested in earning CSU transferable units for volunteering in the community? The CI 51 (Community Involvement) course is open to high school students and is a self-directed student volunteer program designed to facilitate experiential learning and service to the community.  Volunteer placements include animal care facilities, clinics, day care centers, hospitals, recreation programs, schools, senior care centers, and various social service agencies.  Students volunteer 52.50 hours per unit per semester for 0.50-3.00 units. 

Please contact Laurie Bacci, Community Engagement Coordinator to schedule an appointment to discuss course requirements - lbacci@santarosa.edu.   


Inter-Club Council: Join A Club Today!

Inter Club Council group photo: Discover your community, over 40 diverse clubs, join a club today!
 

Interested in joining a club?  Want to start a club but not sure how to?  Stop by the Virtual ICC meetings on Wednesdays from 1:30-3:00pm.  Meet your VP of Clubs, other club members and ask any questions you may have about joining or starting a club.

Learn More at our Website

Zoom ID: 923 3104 6440


Noodletools Workshops: Citations Made Easy

NoodleTools Workshops are Here! Citations made easy with SRJC Libraries. In September there are workshops for APA on 9/10/21 at 1pm, 9/23/21 at 2pm & for MLA on 9/15/21 at 1pm and 9/30/21 at 4pm.  Register today at libraries.santarosa.edu/workshops.  URL: https://libraries.santarosa.edu/workshops

Student Health/Psychological Services

Student Health/Psychological Services - Free Student Services! This includes students taking non-credit courses! SHS is offering mental health and nurse practitioner appointments via zoom or in person! call 707-527-4445 or email studenthealthservices@santarosa.edu to schedule an appointment! Open 8:30 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Thursday. Mental health drop in hours Monday through Thursday at 2 PM
Servicos de salud/psicologicos estudiantiles: servicios estudiantiles gratuitos! incluye a estudiantes tomando classes que no requieren creditos. SHS esta ofreciendo citas clinicas de salud mental y con enfermas practicantes a traves de zoom y en persona! llame al 707-527-4445 se desea programar una cita. tambien puede contactarnos a studenthealthservices@santarosa.edu. horarios para citas con enfermeros practicantes: Lunes - Jueves: 8:30 AM a 5 PM - Y llame para citas fuera de horario. Horario de salud mental: lunes - jueves, 2 PM

SRJC Speech & Debate Team: Join Today!

SRJC speech and debate team has been teaching students to think critically and speak eloquently for 100 years. SRJC Froensics: build your resume, earn credit using existing speeches, gain confidence, develop friendships. learn more today!

Do you enjoy discussing current events, giving presentations, or arguing?  Consider Speech & Debate!  

https://comm-studies.santarosa.edu/forensics-public-performance-and-intercollegiate-speech-and-debate


SRJC Libraries Curbside Service

 
SRJC Libraries Summer 2021 Curbside Service is still available to help you borrow Reserve Textbooks, Laptops, Calculators, Hotspots and More! Place requests online now. For more information visit: libguides.santarosa.edu/RemoteAccess/request

SRJC Libraries: Research Help

Online Chat Research Help from SRJC Libraries is available this summer on Mondays thru Thursdays, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Get help with your research! Visit: libanswers.santarosa.edu

Jobspeaker: SRJC's Online Job Board

Need a job? Check out Jobspeaker! SRJC's online job board. 3 easy steps: 1. register with Jobspeaker, 2. Refine your profile, 3. begin your search!. caontact career hub at 707*527-4329 or visit srjc.jobspeaker.com
 

Work Experience: Enroll in WRKEX 97 Today!

Work Experience: Enroll in WRKEX 97 Today! Your jobsite is your classroom. earn college credit while working, build your resume with work experience, increase employability and earning power, expand your professional network, and learn new skills. SRJC Career Hub, careerhub.santarosa.edu, 707-527-4329
 

College Skills/Tutorial Department Courses

College Skills/Tutorial Department Pre-Transfer Credit Courses Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all courses taught in a remote format. CSKLS 312 Grammar & Writing Review, CSKLS 312.2 Punctuation, CSKLS 312.3 Style & Organization, CSKLS 334 How To Take An Online Class, CSKLS 362 Proportions & Percents, CSKLS 363 Pre-Algebra Skills, CSKLS 373 Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning, CSKLS 367.1 Basic Math Review 1, CSKLS 367.2 Basic Math Review 2. For more information call the College Skills office at: 707-527-4834 or email mgraham@santarosa.edu

Tutorial Center: Fall 2021 Math Workshops

To join any of the workshops listed below: 1. Go to https://college-skills.santarosa.edu/srjc-tutorial-centers and then click on SRJC Online Tutoring. 2. According to the schedule below, click on the online meeting room area for the content area. (It will either be Math (College Skills/Elementary Algebra) or Math Prep for Stats): 3. Click on the upside-down triangle from the Online Meeting Room to enter the room. To learn more about individual events, click this image to load a PDF with Screen Reader accessible text
 
To join any of the workshops listed below: 1. Go to https://college-skills.santarosa.edu/srjc-tutorial-centers and then click on SRJC Online Tutoring. 2. According to the schedule below, click on the online meeting room area for the content area. (It will either be Math (College Skills/Elementary Algebra) or Math Prep for Stats): 3. Click on the upside-down triangle from the Online Meeting Room to enter the room. To learn more about individual events, click this image to load a PDF with Screen Reader accessible textTo join any of the workshops listed below: 1. Go to https://college-skills.santarosa.edu/srjc-tutorial-centers and then click on SRJC Online Tutoring. 2. According to the schedule below, click on the online meeting room area for the content area. (It will either be Math (College Skills/Elementary Algebra) or Math Prep for Stats): 3. Click on the upside-down triangle from the Online Meeting Room to enter the room. To learn more about individual events, click this image to load a PDF with Screen Reader accessible text

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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.


Join the Eco-Leaders Club!

There is no planet B! Join us today. Eco-Leaders Club, meets 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 2 PM, Zoom ID 7425367709. Email Andres Jojoa, VP of Sustainability, for more information: sustainability@santarosa.edu. Office hours for Andres are Mondays and Thursdays, 1:30 PM to 3 PM.

2020-2021 Student Clubs

Club List and Meeting Locations

For more information about SRJC Clubs contact:

Carolynne Marshall, 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 Fall 2021. 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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