Employee Satisfaction Survey

EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION SURVEY Every year, SFCC conducts an employee satisfaction survey to find out what is important and how satisfied employees feel in a number of areas. This survey is very important to the college because it tells us where the institution needs to direct our energy and resources. In particular, the results are used […]

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Construction Update for the ‘dirt room’

Construction on the ‘dirt room’ (Room 327) will begin Monday, March 26. Access to the hallway will be limited during construction. The project is anticipated to be completed in November. Read more about the project and to see pictures of the room pre-construction. For more information, contact Andrea Mueller, ext. 1873. As reported by POM: […]

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Sopho-MORE workshop series

The Sopho-MORE workshop series is designed to help students succeed by providing information and advice that they can use on a variety of different levels: educational achievement, career goals, life skills and more. March 29: Mindfully Managing Stress April 10: From Diplomas To Resumes April 25: Transferring 101 Thursday, March 29: Mindfully Managing Stress with […]

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¡Palabra!: Coming Out

Coming Out is a process without a distinct beginning or a distinct ending in which a person gradually becomes aware of, claims, and develops their identity as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or queer. Source: comunidades-justas.org Declararse o Salir del armario es un proceso sin un comienzo o final específico en el que una persona poco […]

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SFCC CERT Team Training

SFCC Citizens Emergency Response Team (CERT) conducted an emergency drill on Friday, March 2. The team practiced emergency management drills with the Santa Fe County Office of Emergency Management. Thank you for your support while SFCC employees continued to develop their responses to potential emergency situations. For more information about CERT, contact Noe Villarreal, Safety […]

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¡Palabra!: Ableism

Ableism: A system of advantage which favors people with “able” bodies, minds, learning abilities, and emotional skills. The pervasive system of oppression that targets people who have mental, emotional, developmental and physical disabilities and privileges people without disabilities. Source: Language Justice Network Capacitismo: Un sistema de ventajas que favorece a personas “capaces” de mente, cuerpo, […]

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A note from SFCC Interim President Cervantes on Professional Development Day, March 16

Professional Development Day Preparing for campus emergencies is becoming increasingly important. The College is committed to helping us have the tools necessary to respond in case of an emergency. That’s why it is essential for you to attend Professional Development Day on Friday, March 16. We are taking this opportunity to provide a lockdown exercise […]

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April 6 and 7: Art Business Summit

The Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists and the Art Business Institute are offering discounted tickets to the Second Annual Art Business Summit for all SFCC students, faculty, staff and alumni. The summit is a business development seminar for working artists. The seminar takes place on Friday and Saturday, April 6-7, here on campus. The […]

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¡Palabra!: Asexual

An asexual person is a person who does form meaningful emotional and spiritual connections with other people but who does not experience these feelings in a sexual way. Source: comunidades-justas.org Asexual es una persona que es capaz de formar conexiones emocionales y espirituales significativas con otras personas, pero que no experimenta estos sentimientos en una […]

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SFCC hosted 2018 TRiO Day

SFCC and the TRiO Student Support Services Program hosted the annual TRiO Day celebration on Feb. 9 with more than 150 TRiO participants attending from throughout the state. The day began with Director of Student Recruitment & Outreach Marcos Maez, Student Admissions counselor Daniela Gurule, Center for Diversity and Integrative Learning Coordinator Emily Stern and […]

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Welcome the new Associate Deans

Shalimar Krebs, (shalimar.krebs@sfcc.edu) Liberal Arts and Arts, Design & Media Arts Shalimar taught Media Arts at SFCC for five years and has worked closely with the English faculty while serving as the Tutoring Center Coordinator. With a passion for education, he has demonstrated success in creating and maintaining positive relationships while serving our students and […]

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¡Palabra!: White Ally

A White Ally is a white person who actively works to eliminate racism. A white ally is motivated by self-interest, a sense of moral obligation, or a commitment to foster social justice and does not patronize or assume to “help” people of color in paternalistic ways. A white ally may engage in anti-racism work both […]

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¡Palabra!: Cisgender

Cisgender is a term meaning “not transgender,” that is, a gender identity or performance in a gender role that society considers to match or be “appropriate” for one’s sex. The Latin prefix cis- means “on this side of” or “not across”. Source: comunidades-justas.org Cisgénero/a es un término que significa “no transgénero,” es decir, una identidad […]

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