Student Information

Personal Statement Workshops

& Feedback Sessions

 

 

Join us!

 

Feedback Sessions: bring a draft of your personal statement (for your transfer application) for individual feedback from English department faculty!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Workshops

All feedback sessions will begin with a 20 min.

presentation about effective personal statements.

 

Feedback Sessions

Tues., Nov. 11th, 2:00 pm-5:00 pm, Rosenberg 304

Wed., Nov. 12th, 2:00 pm-6:00 pm, Rosenberg 205e

Wed., Nov. 19th, 2:00 pm-6:00 pm, Rosenberg 305

Thurs., Nov. 20th, 2:00-pm-4:00 pm, Rosenberg 301

*Mon., Nov. 24th, 2:00 pm-5:00 pm, Rosenberg 301

*No Workshop available on Nov. 24th.

 

 

Full scholarships to study in Korea for Spring 2015: CCSF students are eligible to apply for full scholarships to study in Korea for the Spring 2015 semester at the Soonchunhyang University. Coordinated through the California Colleges for International Education (CCIE), the scholarship includes tuition, airfare (limited), room and weekly living expenses. See attached Study KOREA Scholarship for Spring 2015.pdf for ALL the information, deadline, etc. Students need not know any Korean to apply. Submitted by Jill Heffron.

 

  • Scholarship opportunities for Undocumented Students:

http://e4fc.org/resources/scholarshiplists.html

 

  • Job Fair and Services!:

OLDNavy2014

FALL2014Workshops

 

CCSF Psychological Services

FREE Support Groups for Fall, 2014

Psychological Services at Student Health offers free support groups for credit students starting the week of Sept. 15th. Groups are held at the same time each week (except for panic attacks—see below). Since material builds on each session, please sign up only if you are committed to coming every week. Enroll at HC-100, Room 155, call (415) 452-5386 to pre-register, or come to the first session.

TRAUMA EDUCATION AND SUPPORT

Mon. 11:00 – 12:00 with Jody Friedman, LCSW Starts 9/15

Exposure to violence from family or others can affect how you feel about yourself and the world around you, how you behave in response, and how you take in new information. This group will help you manage the impact of trauma (or hearing/witnessing others’ trauma), so you can get support around your own history in a safe and confidential place.

IS SOMEONE IN YOUR LIFE USING TOO MUCH ALCOHOL OR DRUGS?

Tues. 1:00 to 2:00 pm with Felicia King, LCSW Starts 9/16

Has someone else’s problem become your problem? Take charge of your own life! If you’ve been affected by a loved one’s alcohol or substance abuse, this group is for you. Get support in handling this difficult position and learn strategies to take care of yourself.

REDUCE STRESS through MINDFULNESS & TAME YOUR INNER CRITIC!

Wed. 2:00 to 3:00 pm with Rik Isensee, LCSW Starts 9/17

This group will help you develop a calm self-acceptance even in the face of challenging circumstances. You’ll learn various strategies to let go of the tension that makes us uptight and anxious. Techniques include mindfulness, meditation, guided imagery, and systematic relaxation. You will also learn how to replace the harsh messages you may be telling yourself with more positive encouragement.

PROCRASTINATION – Stop Waiting Around!

Wed. 3:00 to 4:00 pm with Sam Edwards, LCSW Starts 9/17

Don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today. Let’s look at how anxiety and all the demands of juggling work, family, and school can lead to putting things off. Learn how to manage your time, homework (and life!) so you can get things done sooner.

OVERCOME ANXIETY and SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS

Thurs. 2:00 to 3:00 pm with Sam Edwards, LCSW and Lori Wong, LCSW Starts 9/18

This workshop is designed for students who feel self-conscious, boring, and uncomfortable in social situations (such as class discussions). You will learn strategies that will help you feel more confident participating in class, and socializing with friends.

TOOLS FOR IMPROVING YOUR MOOD

Fri. 11:00 am to 12:00 noon with Betty Wong, LCSW Starts 9/19

Learn cognitive behavioral strategies to increase your skills in managing anxiety, depression, and stress. You will gain a better understanding of how mood and behavior are related. Practicing these skills will increase your confidence and help you feel better.

STOP YOUR PANIC ATTACKS NOW

One-time only: Thurs. Oct. 16, from 11:00 am to 12:00 with Sam Edwards, LCSW

Panic attacks are frightening. The fear, dizziness, and shaking can feel overwhelming. This one-time workshop will enable students to keep their wits about them and learn how to handle themselves during an attack, with the hope of lessening their severity over time.

 

New Scholarships! Apply now:

CCSF AANAPISI Scholarship Flyer

Peer Scholarship quarter 2014 rev

 

Looking for a Job? Mission Community Market is hiring: http://missioncommunitymarket.org/jobs/

 

 

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