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Bearfacts eNewsletter Logo - Spring 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

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Important Dates

May 24 – Fall 2021 Schedule of Classes Available Online


SRJC Student Elections: Vote in Your Student Portal April 12th through 16th

Vote in student elections! April 12 through 16th in your Student Portal. More information at https://studentlife.santarosa.edu/student-elections
 
Voting will be available in your Student Portal, April 12th through April 16th.
 
Learn more on our Student Elections website

Free Food Distribution & Grocery Card Giveaway

Free Food Distribution and Grocery Card giveaway: April 5th at 9 AM-11 AM at SRJC Santa Rosa, in the Emeritus Parking Lot. For more Information, visit resources.santarosa.edu

 

REFB distribucion gratuita de alimentos & tarjeta de regalo para alimentos. 450 terjeta de regalo para alimentos y alimentos gratuitos para todos los estudiantes inscritos actualmente en el SRJC. Favor de traer su numero de identificacion estudiantil. Abril 5, 2021, 9 AM - 11 AM, Emeritus, Santa Rosa

 


SRJC Club Day

Club Day: April 7th from 1:30 to 3 PM. Come learn about the many clubs SRJC has to offer. Attendees will be entered to win a prize! Zoom ID 7334819778

Ultima, La Curandera: Understanding the Role of Herbalism in Chicanx Culture

Ultima, La Curandera: Understanding the Role of Herbalism in Chicanx Culture. Plants have been an essential life source for the Chicanx community throughout the generations, and have provided us and our ancestors with an immeasurable amount of support. Using Rudolfo Anaya's "Bless Me, Ultima", in this workshop we will discuss the important role of plants in Chicanx culture, the role they have played in sustaining and regenerating our community, and in the practice of curanderismo shared in the book. We will share some ways in which we can all re-member our relationship with our plant relatives and the ancestral knowledge they carry. We will also highlight plants that are key in many cultural practices and can be easily introduced into your self-care routines, as well as their many uses. Thursday April 8, 2021, 9 AM to 10 AM, Zoom ID: 91579573477
 

13th Annual Sonoma County Student Film Festival

13th Annual Sonoma County Student Film Festival, Friday, April 9th, 2021, Screening Begins at 7:00PM. Presented Via Zoom: https://santarosa.edu.zoom.us /j/96230700662 . Featuring: The Ritual - Isaiah Rich, Santa Rosa Junior College. Left Behind - Tony Wilson, Petaluma High School. Summertime - Max Belove, Santa Rosa Junior College. Space Things - Matty Denison, Santa Rosa High School. Art is Everywhere - Morgan J. Hamilton-Lee, Santa Rosa Junior College. Pay Attention - Kaila Bohler & Gabrielle Petty, Santa Rosa Junior College. Out For Delivery - James Domizio, Santa Rosa Junior College. The Cure - Silvia Ciocchetta, Santa Rosa Junior College. The Whole Picture - Xander Corl & Grayson Champie, Santa Rosa High School. Boogie Bar - Crysta Andrews Santa Rosa Junior College. Self Therapy - Fateh Badesha, Santa Rosa Junior College. Down the Drain - Quinn A. Cantarutti, Santa Rosa Junior College. Maniac - Andrew Carniglia & Kaden Christopher, Montgomery High School. INFO: https://studentlife.santarosa.edu/sonoma-county-student-film-festival

North Bay Regional Job Fair

North Bay Regional Job Fair: Thursday April 8, 2021 12-4 PM Virtual Event. • Find your next Job or Internship • Connect with organizations you value • Showcase your strengths in a virtual space • Engage with recruiters from multiple businesses • Learn about company culture and your next career move. JOB SEEKER REGISTRATION LINK: https://portal.premiervirtual.com/event/register-jobseeker/4911-north-regional-fair

 

Feria de Empleo Regional del Norte de la Bahía. Jueves Abril 8, 2021 12-4 PM Evento Virtual. • Encuentra tu próximo trabajo o práctica • Conéctese con organizaciones que valore • Muestra tus puntos fuertes en un espacio virtual • Interactuar con reclutadores de múltiples negocios • Aprender sobre la cultura de la empresa y tu próximo paso profesional. Enlace de Registro de Solicitante de Empleo: https://portal.premiervirtual.com/event/register-jobseeker/4911-north-regional-fair

SRJC Band & Orchestra Presents: Songs of the Countryside

SRJC Band & Orchestra Presents: Songs of the Countryside. Saturday April 10th at 7:30 PM. Youtube Premiere and donation links provided at https://music.santarosa.edu/events

 

Celebrating Black Voices in Dance with Bernard Brown

SRJC Dance Program Welcomes: BERNARD BROWN THURSDAY APRIL 8, 2021•5:00pm-6:30pm Bernard Brown’s work as an artist, educator and arts activist provides the motivation for the concept of “Movement as Intervention.” View excerpts of Brown’s latest work, “Processing Sugar Notes,” and delve into Dance and Citizenship in this workshop. This is open to all levels of dancers. ZOOM LINK: https://santarosa-edu.zoom.us/j/92654756989 - No registration required - Free ABOUT BERNARD BROWN A choreographer, performer, activist and educator, Professor Bernard Brown adds his talent and creativity to the Performing Arts: Dance Academy. He teaches dance in Sacramento State’s Department of Theatre and Dance and serves as artistic director for Sacramento/Black Art of Dance, a modern dance company. He describes dance as a catalyst that “sparks dialogue and change within our communities.” FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT BERNARD BROWN PLEASE VISIT: Web: bbmoves.org • Artist Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bbmoves • Streetdanceactivism.com

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
 

MESA SRJC Program Presents: Physician Speaker Circle

MESA SRJC Program Presents Physician Speaker Circle March 31, April 9, April 16 at 5pm Come listen to former Community College Students who are practicing now. FREE and OPEN to EVERYONE Must Register: http://bit.ly/MESAMDSp21

We The Future Conference

We the Future Conference, April 16th at 9 AM featuring Boots Riley. Click to learn more. Santa Rosa Junior College and North Bay Organizing Project (NBOP) invite proposals for workshops, presentations, panels, and performances for our 4th annual We the Future Social Justice Conference, which will be held virtually on Friday April 16, 2021 via Zoom. We encourage proposals related to this year’s theme, “Power in Numbers.” Exploring the intersections of community and organizing in the broadest sense, we welcome hands-on and interactive sessions from across disciplinary and theoretical frameworks. The power of community and organizing comes in many forms! The power of equity and coalition building across differences. The power of mass mobilization in defending democracy, which must be actively cultivated and never taken for granted. The power of counting and being counted, both literally (as in vote counting and census taking) and figuratively (as in asserting that each individual – YOU! – matter!). The power of mathematics and science as tools for social justice. The power of statistics to make visible the uneven impacts of COVID-19 and inequities in housing, education, work, and so many other stories about who we are and what we need to change. And finally, the power of collectivist worldviews to imagine beyond the hyper-individualism that has led to so many injustices in our world. We welcome the many perspectives and approaches present in our community, and we especially appreciate submissions that are interactive, student-centered, and activity/action-oriented in their approach. Our keynote speaker is Oakland’s own Boots Riley, who has two claims to fame: he is the lead MC for the legendary political hip-hop group The Coup and director of the 2018 film Sorry to Bother You, a dark comedy that delivers an extraordinary critique of American capitalism and racial exploitation. He was named “one of the 10 most influential people of 2002” by Vibe magazine. More recently, he won the prestigious Independent Spirit Award

SRJC Libraries Presents: Poets, Native and in Diaspora

SRJC Libraries Presents “Poets, Native and in the Diaspora,” in conjunction with SRJC We the Future Conference: Power in Numbers: Julian Talamantez, Tongo Eisen-Martin, and Angel Dominguez — April 16, 11:00 am to 12:15 pm. To register, visit: https://wethefuture.santarosa.edu


Disability Resources: Coping Strategies for Hearing Loss

Coping Strategies for Hearing Loss: Spring 2021 6:00 to 8:00 pm  Zoom Meeting ID: 871-167-6796 Please wait to be admitted from the virtual “Waiting Room” Closed Captioning! No commute! No traffic! No parking fee! Please join us! February 10: Eric Baker, recent Cochlear Implant recipient Having unilateral hearing loss, Eric will share his experience and challenges of getting approved for a CI.   March 10: Ask the Audiologist Amber Powner, Au. D. will be back to share information about normal hearing anatomy, degraded anatomy, self-advocacy skills and to answer all your questions related to hearing solutions. April 14: Med-El Sally Tannenbaum, Consumer Engagement Manager at Med-El from Cochlear America will share the latest updates for CI users as well as Hearing Aid users May 12: Panel: Roberta Mineo, Ph.D, Psychologist Roberta will explore how the pandemic has impacted people with hearing loss. This non-credit, free class (DRD705) provides education and support for adults with hearing loss. Monthly classes fo


Noodletools Workshops: Citations Made Easy!

NoodleTools Workshops from SRJC Libraries. Join us for MLA or APA Zoom workshopa and learn how to cite your sources right! Workshops available on April 12, April 16, and April 27. Register today at: libraries.santarosa.edu/workshops

Unity through Community Event

Unity through Community: April 6th from 5 to 7 PM, To hear the voices of each advisor in the srjc community (Black Community, Asian Community, Native Community, Queer Community, Undocumented community, etc) how it has been serving students in their community. Between the time of the start of the pandemic up to now. https://santarosa-edu.zoom.us/j/7425367709


2021 MEChA Youth Conference

MEChA Youth Conference: Perseverance during times of uncertainty. April 19 - 23rd at 12 PM. Register now and learn more at srjcmecha.org

 

MEChA Conferencia Juvenil: Perseverancia durante tiempos de incertidumbre. Registrese en srjcmecha.org

SGA Earth Week - April 19 - 23, 2021

SGA Earth Week - April 19 through 25th. Join us for: Meatless Monday (4/19), Hemp Hemp Hooray! (4/20), Zero Waste (4/21), Trashion Show (4/22), and Direct Action Night (4/23). Every attendee gets a free reusable straw with a cleaner and a carrying case! Join us on zoom, 7425367709

SRJC Sustainability Committee Presents: Climate Action Night

Save the date for our 3rd Annual Climate Action Night: April 29th, 2021  ·        Help pass effective climate legislation and be part of a just transition  ·        Sonoma County high school and college students are working in small groups with mentors to produce slide show presentations on specific climate actions that we all can take right now!   ·        Topics include California State Senate and Assembly legislation, local city and county ordinances, local recycling and energy efforts divestment efforts and public banking and more  ·        These slide shows will be available starting April 19th on the website with forums for questions and answers, links to email elected officials and videos from those officials speaking about their climate actions.   ·        In addition, the students will do live Zoom presentations on April 29th from 5:30-7:30 PM.   ·        Register for Live Zoom Presentations: http://bit.ly/ZoomCAN  ·        Questions: azoger@santarosa.edu

Pop-Up Backdrops: Free to SRJC Students

SRJC Students can get a FREE Pop-up Backdrop from SRJC Libraries! Curbside pick-up is by appointment only on Tuesdays & Fridays on both the Santa Rosa and Petaluma campuses. To schedule your pick-up time, visit: https://libguides.santarosa.edu/RemoteAccess/backdrops . Supply is limited and is offered first come, first served.

Students Care for Students at SRJC

BCARE: Students Care for Students. Do you know a student who is struggling or distressing? Yes or No? If yes, anonymously refer them to a group of college staff that work to support students and prevent crisis. Click here to visit our BCARE website for more information https://bcare.santarosa.edu/students

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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.


SRJC Young Americans for Liberty

Interested in free speech, limited and responsible government, and individual freedom? Join Young Americans for Liberty. We at YAL are the premier non-partisan liberty organization at the SRJC and beyond. Click here to sign up to be notified about future meetings. discord.gg/g3aaXv8 srjcYAL@gmail.com

2020-2021 Student Clubs

Club List and Meeting Locations

For more information about SRJC Clubs contact:

Lisset Miranda, Vice President of Clubs - Santa Rosa

Anetra McCartney, Vice President of Clubs - Petaluma

Fall 2019 ICC Leadership Photo

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 have begun for Fall 2020. Check our website for more ICC Updates!


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

Bear Cub Athletics Upcoming Events


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


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