Event: Ara Jo zine library dedication and memorial for those lost in the GhostShip fire
Time/Location: Wednesday, November 29th 12:15-1:30 pm, Atrium
Ara Jo, who passed in the GhostShip fire one year ago, was a driving force in the East Bay zine* scene and in bringing zines to Berkeley City College. She not only helped to coordinate several years of the annual East Bay Alternative Book and Zine Fest, which was held at BCC from 2010-2015, but also acted as resident zinester on campus. Ara Jo brought zines into classrooms and taught students skills related to self-publication.
Berkeley City College library is dedicating the zine collection to Ara Jo to recognize her contributions to campus and community in a ceremony on Wednesday, November 29th in the atrium during college hour (12:15 – 1:30).
Please join librarians, zinesters who have collaborated with Ara, and Ara’s friends to celebrate her life and legacy. If you like, you can bring supplies for an altar to all victims of the GhostShip fire. Following the dedication, the altar will be placed in Berkeley City College library.
Zine donations will also be accepted.
Learn more about Ara Jo’s life and influence.
*What is a zine? It’s a self-published, small run publication that can cover basically any topic – from the deeply personally to the proselytizing political to DIY and more. BCC’s zine collection is organized to fit with topics covered in BCC courses.
This will be the third year in a row that BAMPFA has sponsored a Free Open House day for the BCC community.
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA): http://www.bampfa.berkeley.edu
- Free, Open House for Berkeley City College students, faculty, and staff
- Wednesday, April 25, 2018
- Noon to 7pm
- current BCC I.D. required for entrance
You are invited to join us for a Town Hall to present BCC’s Accreditation Mid-Term Report, on Monday, November 20, 2017, from 12:30 – 1:20 pm, in the Auditorium. The Town Hall will take place at Berkeley City College, 2050 Center Street, downtown Berkeley, CA 94704.
Jason Cifra, Vice President of Student Services and Accreditation Liaison Officer, will present the Accreditation Mid-Term Report.
Berkeley City College’s mission is to promote student success, to provide our diverse community with educational opportunities, and to transform lives. The college achieves its mission through instruction, student support and learning resources which enable its enrolled students to earn associate degrees and certificates, and to attain college competency, careers, transfer, and skills for lifelong success.
Berkeley City College is a premier, diverse, student-centered learning community, dedicated to academic excellence, collaboration, innovation and transformation.
This service learning project for students by students is the highlight of the semester. It is hosted by BCC’s Health Education Students.
Join us in the BCC Atrium on Thursday, November 9, 2017, from 111:00 am to 1:30 pm!
As we have done for the last 10+ years, each semester our students work hard to design, plan, research and present a Health Fair to the entire college community. Every aspect of the planning is done by the students, including selecting topics, researching them, creating vibrant display boards and important handouts for participants, out-reaching to community agencies and resources, and inviting vendors to table.
Visit BCC’s Social Work and Human Services website for more information on the Social Work and Human Services Paraprofessional Certificate Program.
Also be sure to visit the BCC Wellness website for services available to students.
BCC’s Facilities Committee invites you to join us for the FACILITIES, SUSTAINABILITY and RESILIENCY MASTER PLAN TOWN HALL on Friday, October 27, 2017, 12:20 pm – 1:30 pm, in the BCC Auditorium.
Featured presenters include:
Director of Energy and Environmental Sustainability
Director of Business and Administrative Services
There will be no classes held at BCC on Thursday, October 26, 2017, and all student services will also be closed. The college will be open for faculty and staff to attend FLEX Day activities on this day.
Classes and student services will resume on Friday, October 27, 2017.
Please join us for DACA Advocacy Week Activities sponsored by BCC’s Counseling Department, Educators for Fair Consideration (E4FC), BCC’s Latino Leadership Cultural Club (LLCC), and East Bay Sanctuary Covenant (EBSC). The details are described in the DACA flyer below. A special thanks to Counseling faculty member Saba Gebre for her coordination support!
DACA Info & California Dream Act Workshop
Wed. 10/18, 12 – 1:30 pm, in Berkeley City College’s Auditorium & Atrium
Resource Fair Included:
5 Things to Know About Trump’s Announcement to End DACA
All are welcome
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Former BCC student and Vice President of Student Affairs at the HASS School of Business, Joshua Ahazie is working diligently to increase awareness and mentorship of students interested in applying to the UC Berkeley HAAS School of Business. According to the Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions at UC Berkeley, a significant amount of transfer students are automatically denied admissions as a result of incomplete applications. The Envision Haas Program for prospective transfer students increases awareness and more importantly access to formalized services to potentially increase transfer rates for Peralta Students. If you have questions, contact Andrea Williams, Transfer & Career Services Coordinator, Berkeley City College, 510-981-2839 (office), email@example.com
The Haas School Business Association (HBSA) Student Affairs Committee will be launching the Envision Haas program.
This will be a 20-25 minute tour of the Haas campus followed by a Q&A session for prospective students. Both tour and session will be hosted by current transfer students, and we will also have admissions officers present to answer specific admission questions.
My belief is that the first step to transferring into a great institution like UC Berkeley-Haas is envisioning yourself in the campus. This is a great opportunity to connect with the Haas community, and for students to take another step towards their dream school!
Space is limited so students are advised to sign up ASAP!
The three dates will be: 10/27, 11/3 and 11/17. The students will register via this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScd091eLq8ISaHyiSqX88XWgi94ZgSmOez6v5-IdWPD4wsPjw/viewform
- Closer to their dates, we will send out a mail to participants letting them know about the order of the day.
- Participants will be welcomed at the front of Haas (Piedmont Av.), by 4:00pm and will check in.
- Tour begins at 4:10pm sharp.
- Light refreshments will be served during the Q&A session.
- The Q&A session will be live streamed for students either far, or unable to make it. More info regarding this in the form.