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What's Happening at Cañada: Week of April 26, 2021

Tue, 27 April, 2021 at 10:44 am
 

Week of April 26, 2021

 

Summer Registration is Open!

Registration for Summer session is OPEN! Stay on the path to achieve your educational goals and secure your spot today. View available classes at https://webschedule.smccd.edu/ Summer session begins June 14, 2021.

 

April 27

Financial Basics: Credit 101

1:30-2:30 p.m.
Event Log In: HTTPS://SMCCD.ZOOM.US/J/4995587431

A workshop to help you understand and manage your credit and how to start your credit history if you do not have a SSN. Maintaining good credit gives you financial negotiating power. It means easier approval for apartments and homes, better car insurance rates, lower interest rates on credit cards and loans, and even allows you to get a cell phone on contract with no security deposit. Join SparkPoint at SMCCCD for a vital zoom workshop to learn how you can build, manage, and save your credit.

 

Bring Your Pet to Zoom Day with PHS/SPCA

3-4 p.m.
Event Log In: https://smccd.zoom.us/j/83233157158

Students and staff are invited to bring their pets and share how they have been helping them during this time. We will have PHS/SPCA Pet Assisted Therapy (PAT) teams also share about their therapy animals and how they have helped during virtual and/or in-person PAT visits. We also invite students and staff who do not have pets join in, to meet the pets virtually.

 

Can Dolly Save Us? Examining American Exceptionalism Through a Black Feminist Perspective

5:30-6:30 p.m.
Registration link: https://foundation.smccd.edu/events-at-home-women.php

The past few years have been Dolly years. What drives our current cultural fascination — and worship — of Dolly Parton? How can we read this alongside the realities of our #BlackLivesMatter and the #MeToo movements? Is there a connection? This discussion will explore these questions through the work of Black feminist scholars. This event is a collaboration between SMCCCF and Professor Seon-Hye Moon.

 

April 28

Facebook Information Session (Virtual)

4-5:30 p.m.
Zoom Registration – RSVP by April 27:https://bit.ly/3gp0Zsq

Please join the Career Center and Facebook for an information session about career opportunities at Facebook. This event will run for 90 minutes and will focus on the following areas:

  • Educating students on the Facebook mission, teams, and opportunities: We hope to help students better understand the work that we do, and the career opportunities available to them at Facebook.
  • Providing insights into our Data Centers: Students will have an opportunity to hear directly from members of our Data Center team and learn about their day-to-day roles.
  • Q&A with the Facebook team
  • Students and Faculty can submit their questions ahead of time on the RSVP Form.

 

April 29

Social Justice Tea with Social Scientists- Equity Milestones

2:30-3:45 p.m.
Zoom Log In: https://smccd.zoom.us/s/87113099948

Please join Professors Lezlee Ware and David Eck for a Social Science “tea time” conversation on equity milestones, including a discussion of President Biden’s first 100 days in office.

 

2021 Honors Research Showcase

3:30– 5 p.m.
Zoom Link: https://smccd.zoom.us/j/86722303206

The college community is invited to attend the Cañada College Honors Transfer Program’s annual Honors Research Showcase. Come learn how YOU can get involved in Honors AND also listen to short research presentations from some of our outstanding 2020/21 Honors students. All are welcome to attend! Honors is for everyone! Click here for the event schedule.

 

May 3

UC TAP to TAG

2-3 p.m.
Zoom Registration: https://smccd.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUtd--trz8vHd3NgGSCrTeD5rR4VZg_fjFF

Students will learn how to complete UC TAP application and apply for TAG. Please note that UC Merced and UC Riverside accepting TAG for Spring/Winter 22 admission.

 

May 5

Latino Thought Maker’s Featuring Award-winning Actress Alex Meneses

4-5:30 p.m.
Event Registration: https://tinyurl.com/CANLTMMay5

Please join the Cañada College community for a presentation by Latino Thought Makers, a platform that provides a respectful and inclusive safe-space for educational discussions about all social, racial, and cultural issues with knowledgeable and highly-esteemed guest speakers. The featured guest is actress, model and philanthropist, Alex Meneses. Alex has been featured on television shows including: CW’s new series Walker, Why Women Kill, Jane the Virgin, Everyone Loves Raymond, Telenova, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman and the film Selena.

 

May 6

Personal Insight Questions

1-2 p.m.
Zoom Registration: https://smccd.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAuf-2qpz4rEtO_UvAvbIF2OOfcqGVOEr7T

This session will guide students with selecting 4 questions and learn how to answer the questions and the UC Expectations.

 

Transfer to Private Universities

4 p.m.
Zoom Link: https://smccd.zoom.us/j/82082115000?pwd=aUdXNVdZVzhxZy9jR2JIeDQ4WXh1QT09

Join us to explore the path of transferring to private universities with special needs alumni. Learn about the pros and cons of transferring to a private university, the application process, challenges students might encounter during the transition from a community college and how to overcome them. 

 

Virtual Connect to College

6-8 p.m.
Event Registration: www.canadacollege.edu/connect

All are welcome to attend Cañada’s Annual Open House! Please join an evening of information about Cañada College’s academic programs and support services.

 

 


 

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