The committee for That '80s Run is in need of volunteers on the morning of Saturday, April 26. All volunteers will receive a free T-shirt. Contact Brynne Cramer at email@example.com if you are interested in helping.
Congratulations to the 25 nursing students who were honored in the March 22 practical nursing pinning ceremony. The pinning is a symbolic welcoming into the profession.
The SALT program was introduced to SCC's campus in fall 2012 to start spreading financial literacy among the student population. Students can enter two contests just by engaging in lessons on the website. Students may enter a drawing to win a $500 cash prize through Monday, May 5. A book scholarship drawing will continue through July 1.
National Crime Victims' Rights Week will hold a tree planting ceremony at 2 p.m. Monday, April 7, at the lake closest to the Orange parking lot. Students are invited to attend.
Student ambassadors will be in the Technology Building, Room 103, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday, April 10, to assist students with navigating the SALT website mentioned above.
SCC will host the spring conference of the Rivers Bend Association for the Education of Young Children (RBAEYC) April 11-12. This conference provides students the opportunity to learn more about the field and network with area professionals. For more information, visit rbaeyc.org.
Are your students anxious about taking tests? Maybe just overwhelmed? Have them stop by SCC's new stress management support group at noon Monday, April 14, in the Social Sciences Building, Room 1102, or at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 15, in the Humanities Building, Room 101.
In honor of National Library Week, the SCC Library is having the 21st Annual Library Book Sale from 7:30 a.m.-10 p.m. April 14-16. Used paperbacks are $0.50 and hardbacks are $1. There will be a silent auction for a set of seven classic car books and a five volume set of "St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture." The library is still accepting donations for the used book sale.
The Multicultural Programming Committee is hosting a presentation, film showing, and questions and answer session with the filmmaker of "What Matters?" Wednesday, April 16, in the auditorium of the Daniel J. Conoyer Social Sciences Building. The film is about three friends attempting to live in poverty - $1.25 a day, across three continents.
The annual SCC Spring Fling, featuring free food and live music will be from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and 5:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday-Thursday, April 23-24, in the campus plaza.
Dying to pull out some leg warmers and sport some serious sprayed bangs? Register for the most excellent run around – That '80s Run – set for Saturday, April 26, on the SCC campus. The event features a ridiculously rad 10k run, a totally tubular 5k and an awesome 1-Mile Fun Run. All eligible participants will be entered into a drawing for a $1,000 SCC scholarship. If that doesn't do it, perhaps a choice of three neon shirts and an '80s themed photo booth and music might. Register today!
Experience superhero-sized entertainment at Center Stage Theatre's performance of Next Year's Man of Steel Wednesday-Sunday, April 23-27. In this production, a writer struggles to create a comic book hero but eventually finds that a superhero can arise in unexpected places. Purchase tickets at stchastickets.com.
Congratulations to Monica Hall-Woods, Vicky Herbel, Vi Rajagopalan, Francie Woods, Heather Rodgers, Ron Pettus and Aaron Proctor for earning a promotion in rank awarded by a committee of peers, the President and the Board of Trustees for demonstrating valuable contributions to SCC in teaching, college service, community service and educational leadership.
Way to go Michael Kuelker for being in demand as a presenter on Rasta and Rasta music. On March 25, he gave a 90-minute presentation title "Rebel Music in Jamaica: A Reasoning on History and Sound" with Ital K.
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