(Tomorrow) Free City outreach: You can help!

SF rising Free City outreach dayLast November, SF voters made history when they decided to make City College FREE again by passing a tax on luxury property sales over $5 million. Starting this Fall 2017, our City College of San Francisco is free for all SF residents!  Enrollment for Free City has already begun and it’s not too late to enroll for Free City​. Tomorrow, you can help us spread the word to our community and make Free City successful.

What: Free City door-knocking

When: Saturday, July 22nd from 11am-2pm
Where: Excelsior Works! at 5000 Mission St (a few blocks away from Geneva and Mission – it’s Mission and Italy).
Why: SF Rising is organizing outreach days this summer around the Free City campaign in order to build Fall enrollment and keep City College (CCSF) funded and accessible to our communities.
 
How: At this community event, we’ll learn how to door-knock and then go out to talk to the Excelsior community about Free City College enrollment! There will be a training, lunch, snacks, and good fun. (You don’t need any experience door-knocking!)​

RSVP and invite on Facebook
Free City Enrollment Outreach Flyer
City College Gratuito Alcance Volante
More info: medha@sfrising.org

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Respect the Will of the Voters! Defend the PAEC!

Come out to the meeting tomorrow morning and show that our community is watching the bond oversight process.
 
Citizen’s Bond Oversight Committee
Thursday, July 20th, 9:30 am – 11:30 am
CCSF Ocean Campus, MUB 140
The voice of the voters must be respected! We need to protect the bond money remaining for the Performing Arts Education Center (PAEC) project, twice approved by the voters. The Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee must protect the funds approved by voters for the PAEC!

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Free City College – Enroll now!

FREE City College!
San Franciscans: Enroll now for Fall 2017
Last November, SF voters made history when they decided to make City College FREE again by passing a tax on luxury property sales over $5 million. Starting this Fall 2017, our City College of San Francisco is free for all SF residents!
Our community fought and won this victory to keep our beloved City College affordable and accessible
to ALL San Franciscans.
Online enrollment has already begun. In-person enrollment
starts August 7, 2017.
Enroll now ccsf.edu/freecity 
Help and resources 415.452.7774
Free City College will:
• Cover Fall and Spring semester in-state tuition for residents with a San Francisco address who have lived in California for at least one year and one day. Free City also covers in-state tuition for homeless and foster youth and for those qualifying under AB540, AB13, and AB2000.
• Eligible Free City participants will receive extra financial assistance of $100-$250 per semester for books and transportation costs.
• Serve a diverse range of students with more educational access—from traditional college-age students to immigrants, people of color, low income folks, their neighbors, parents, and grandparents!
Free City Coalition is faculty, students, labor, community and city leaders who led the effort to make City College free! Free City Coalition is: American Federation of Teachers Local 2121, CCSF Solidarity Committee, Community Housing Partnership, Jobs with Justice San Francisco, San Francisco Labor Council, San Francisco Rising, and Supervisor Jane Kim’s office.
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