Campus Connection - January 11, 2016
- Board of Trustees Approve $89M Project Labor Agreement Aimed at Hiring Local Workforce
In its continued efforts to boost local hiring and community engagement, the Cerritos College Board of Trustees approved an $89-million Project Labor Agreement for its Bond Construction Outreach Program Funded by Measure G at its December 9 meeting. The agreement aims to promote local hiring... Link to the full story about Project Labor Agreement
- Students Learn 3D Technology through Mini-me Project
Cerritos College New Products Development students learned how to use state-of-the art 3D scanning and printing technology through the fun “Mini-me” project. Students performed a 3D scan of each other’s face and head and applied the images to produce a “mini-me”... Link to the full story about Mini-me
- CARE/LINC/CalWORKS Celebrates Holidays
More than 100 children and their families attended the CARE/LINK/CalWORKS Holiday Celebration in December. Crafts, music, raffle, a spaghetti dinner and the long awaited visit from Santa Claus with his elves were enjoyed by all.
- Automotive Students Receive SMCDA Scholarship
Southland Motor Car Dealer Association presented five Cerritos College students with scholarships. The students received cash, scholarships to Northwood, and one received a tool box (pictured). The funds were raised from the 2015 SMCDA Scholarship Golf Tournament. Save the date for this year's tournament which will be on July 18.
- There Ought to be a Law Contest
Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia (#58) sponsors “There Ought to Be a Law’ contest. The deadline is January 20. Entries can cover a wide range of issues that can be addressed by legislation with the intent of improving government and the quality of life for residents throughout California...Link to the full story about the contest
- Do you hack? Join the Hackathon!
We Hack Southwest Cities is an exciting competition targeting students and professional computer programmers, software and hardware developers, graphic designers, interface designers and project managers to solve complex computer challenges. More than 100 computer programmers will gather... Link to the full story about Hackathon
- Black History Month Coming Soon!
The Black History Month Committee invites you to submit your activities planned in celebration of Black History Month to be included in a special events calendar by Friday, January 15.
- Women’s History Month Activities
In celebration of Women’s History Month, please submit any activity your program/department is planning to be included in the Women’s History Month Celebration calendar of events to email@example.com Friday, January 29. Planned events include: guest speakers, film series, essay writing contests, library exhibition, faculty and student panels, among other events. Contact: Ana Torres-Bower
Shared Governance Committee Meetings: January 11 - 15
Monday, January 11
3 p.m. - Senate Committee on Student Learning Outcomes (BE 118)
Tuesday, January 12
10 a.m. - Diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity Advisory Committee (Human Resources Conference Room)
Thursday, January 14
11 a.m. - Outstanding Classified Employee Selection (Human Resources Conference Room)
*Meeting date may change. Please contact committee chairs to confirm meeting schedule. List of committees
Committee Chairs, please notify us when your meeting schedule changes from your committee webpage.
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