Campus Connection - March 13, 2017
- Falcon Kids Visit Cerritos College
More than one hundred fifth graders from Dolland Elementary became Falcons for a day on February 28. The iFalcon team launched the new Falcon Kids program to promote a “college going” culture in the community. The children were greeted by Franco Falcon, student leaders and college administrators, then took a campus tour to see college programs and offerings. At the end, they enjoyed lunch with student volunteers that introduced them the college life.
- Falcon Games and Spring Festival Bring out School Spirit
Falcon Games took place on March 6 - 8. For three days, all clubs on campus competed in a friendly games to win cash prizes. The Spring Festival on March 9 featured a cupcake contest and Mr Cerritos contest. Cupcake contest included a judge's panel of administrators, managers, faculty and staff. Contestants were scored for taste, appearance and originality... Link to the full story about Falcon Games and Spring Festival
- Child Development Kids Have Some Fun with the Sun
Twenty children from the Child Development Center enjoyed a sun observation and astronomy session on March 7. The children took an on-campus field trip to the observation deck on the roof of new Mathematics/Computer Information Science Building to observe the Sun with a special telescope and learn about the solar system, such as meteorites, planets, and stars.
- Sixth Annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony a Great Success
The Cerritos College Hall of Fame inducted its 2017 class on March 2 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Norwalk. Cerritos College President/ Superintendent Dr. Jose Fierro welcomed more than 300 people to the dinner. Steve Richardson, executive director of the Cerritos College Foundation and Community Advancement, served as master of ceremonies... Link to the full story about Hall of Fame
- Community Resource Fair Coming to Cerritos College
Cerritos College will host the ninth annual Community Resource Fair on Thursday, March 30. Attendees can learn about resources in the community such as child care, health care, legal aid, credit counseling, services for the disabled, shelters, social services, treatment programs, foster youth services and many more. Representatives from local social service and community resource agencies... Link to the full story about Community Resource Fair
- Promote Your Program to Over 1,000 High School Seniors and Counselors!
Campus departments are invited to host a booth for Senior Preview Day scheduled on Friday, April 7, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Senior Preview Day is an open house and a lively exhibit fair where local high school seniors and counselors have an up-close view of campus programs, see demonstrations, and participate in college culture. “We expect to host 1,100 attendees,” said Shirley Arceo, school relations coordinator... Link to the full story about Senior Preview Day
- iFalcon 3.0 Encourages Students to ‘Get into the Habit’
iFALCON 3.0 aims to engage students through a new three-tiered strategy, including a rebranding campaign, community outreach, and a new set of Habits of Mind workshops. The iFalcon team is creating a series of professional development modules for faculty. iFALCON 3.0 features a new slogan: Get into the Habit that is centered on expanding the College’s Habits of Mind motto...Link to the full story about iFalcon 3.0
- Women's History Month 30th Anniversary Celebration Events
Women's History Month featured a Women and Labor presentation featuring Dr. Linda Perkins, Associate University Professor and Director of Applied Women's Studies at Claremont Graduate University, and the Employer Panel last week. More events are coming next week including the Science of Gender Bias and the Leadership Gap discussion on March 20 and Women and Survival Communities panel on March 21... Link to the Women's History Month event calendar
Shared Governance Committee Meetings: March 13 - 16
Monday, March 13
3:30 p.m. - Student Learning Outcomes (SS 140)
Tuesday, March 14
11 a.m. - DEEOAC (HR Conference Room)
3 p.m. - Instructional Program Review (SS 140)
Wednesday, March 15
1 p.m. - Safety (LC 62)
3 p.m. - Student Equity
Thursday, March 16
2 p.m. - Planning and Budget (Board Room)
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