Reception for Dr. Cervantes, June 25
Please join us as we thank Cecilia Cervantes, Ph.D., for her leadership as Interim President, 4 to 6 p.m., Tuesday, June 25 in the Main Courtyard.
SFCC appreciates Dr. Cervantes for the nearly two years she dedicated to enriching our campus community in so many ways – through her deep commitment to students, faculty and staff, and through the positive changes she initiated to further our mission.
Please RSVP by June 19 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Hosted by SFCC Governing Board and SFCC Foundation.
ATC Groundbreaking, June 26
Please join us for the groundbreaking of our new Automotive Technology Center 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 26 The ceremony will be across the road, east of the Trades & Advanced Technology Center. Follow the signs to the site.
SFCC thanks the Automotive Technologies Advisory Committee, the New Mexico Legislature, our generous donors and the Santa Fe Community for their support in building the Automotive Technologies Program and Center. Refreshments courtesy of SFCC Foundation.
Make signs at noon Mon. and Thu. and walk with SFCC at Pride Parade
June is National Pride Month. Santa Fe has many events to celebrate Pride Month, particularly this coming weekend with the Pride Parade and Plaza activities.
Participate with SFCC’S QUEERLY COMMUNITY Gender & Sexuality Meet-up in the Campus Center from noon to 1 p.m. Monday, June 24 and noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, June 27 to make signs to carry in the Pride Parade on Saturday, June 29. For more information contact Emily Stern.
Meet for the Pride Parade at 10:30 a.m. Saturday to line-up from the P.E.R.A. parking lot (1120 Paseo de Peralta). Look for SFCC’s Pride Flag. Entertainment from noon to 5 p.m. on the Plaza.
Also, for a better understanding of Pride Month and LGBTQ resources in the community read this column from Meow Wolf, “What We Celebrate When We Celebrate Pride.”
WIOA Orientation/Information Sessions at SFCC
Looking for a resource to fund and support 2019-2020 retraining, certificate, or degree in a job growth industry? The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program is often a good resource for those ineligible for Pell grants and other, usual financial aid. Learn more about WIOA and eligibility at an orientation session. Sessions are open to faculty, staff, students, and community members.
The next session at SFCC is 4 p.m. Monday, June 24 in Room 204-I. Then there are sessions July 1, July 15 and July 29. Sessions are generally every other week both here on Mondays and also at 9 a.m. Mondays at the New Mexico Workforce Connection Office. For more information contact Pat Delgado, Career Development Specialist at 505-474-5025.
Team brings in 81 percent more SFPS students!
Yash Marimoto shared some great news: Thanks to hard work of Marcos Maez, Daniela Gonzales, Nicki McKay, Suzie Weaver and Ellen Roth with Ticket to College workshops, weekly visits to the high schools and other outreach efforts, we have seen an 81 percent increase (75 more students compared to previous year) in the number of Santa Fe Public School students who immediately enrolled at SFCC after high school graduation.
The Ticket to College workshops gave students the opportunity to take the Accuplacer test, apply to colleges and get assistance in filling out the FAFSA form to gain scholarship assistance.
Congratulations team! We all benefit from your extraordinary efforts.
Photo: Director Recruitment & Dual Credit Marcos Maez during a recruitment session at Capital High School.
Volunteer for Pancakes on the Plaza
SFCC is supporting this year’s Pancakes on the Plaza July 4. If you’re interested in volunteering, please visit the volunteer site for info and to sign up. The deadline to sign up is July 1, sign up early to get a shot at the most popular shifts.
Massai Beading Class, July 9
SFCC’s Continuing Education Department will offer a Maasai beading class presented by International Folk Artist Phoebe Lasoi from 2 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 9.
During the workshop, Lasoi will present a short talk on the important role of beading in Maasai culture, followed by a beading workshop in which participants will make a beaded leather medallion that may be attached to a necklace (provided for purchase) or worn as is. Cost for the class is $49.00 plus a materials fee of $15.00. To participate or for more information, please contact the Santa Fe Continuing Education Department 505-428-1676.
Grantsmanship Training Program, Aug. 5-9
SFCC’s Continuing Education Department and Georgia O’Keeffe Museum will co-host a Grantsmanship Training Program Aug. 5-9 on SFCC’s campus. The intensive, five-day, hands-on workshop for nonprofit and government grantseekers will guide participants step by step through all stages of planning programs, researching funding sources and writing proposals.
To register for the Grantsmanship Training Program, for more information or to apply for a partial scholarship, contact the Grantsmanship Center at 213-482-9862, www.tgci.com or email@example.com. Early bird discount available until June 24.