Tonight: Literary event for Prop W and Free City College
Join us for a powerhouse evening of readings in support of Proposition W which will help make City College of San Francisco tuition-free!
Tuesday, October 11th at
Green Arcade Books
1680 Market Street
RSVP and invite
With: Benjamin Bac Sierra (Barrio Bushido), Marina Lazzara (Everything, Everyday, Mostly),Jackie Ramos, (Poet and Actor HBO’s West World) Joe Donohoe (Specious Species), Ananda Esteva (Pisco Sours) James Tracy (Dispatches Against Displacement)
Thursday: Join Public Comment on online registration and enrollment at Board meeting
Increasing enrollment at City College of San Francisco is a top priority for our union. One critical way to help is to fix the online registration system. The problems of the online system are well- documented. It is time for solutions.
Join us for Public Comment
Fix the online registration system!
Board of Trustees meeting in MUB 140
Thursday, Oct. 13 at 8:55pm
We have demanded that the online registration system be fixed immediately. Until it is fixed there should be a phone number that anybody can call to get help with registering online. ThisThursday October 13th, 2016 the Board of Trustees has an item called “registration improvement” on the agenda. It is not scheduled until 8:55pm in MUB 140. Please come and make Public Comment.
Saturday morning: Walk for Prop W and the SFLC Education Slate
On Saturday we are getting the word out to voters about Prop W (making CCSF Free!) and about the San Francisco Labor Council Education slate including our endorsed candidates for CCSF Board of Trustees, Shanell Williams and Tom Temprano.
Saturday, Oct. 15 from 10am-2pm
Meet in the Sunset, 41st Ave between Ortega and Pacheco (behind Sunset Elementary)
This is a huge election year and we need your help to win this! Please join us.
Saturday afternoon: YES on Prop W FUNdraiser
Prop W FUNdraiser
Saturday, October 15 from 3-5pm
1525 Cortland Avenue
(between Bradford & Bayshore)
24 Divisadero bus line
Gather with friends and help make City College free again
. Join us for music & entertainment. No host bar and food truck. Kid and dog friendly. Suggested donation: $1 – $100.
ACCJC Visiting Team at CCSF
The ACCJC visiting team has arrived this week. Our college has been showing the team what a wonderful institution we are. The work we do every day for students and community is something we should all be proud of.
It is important for all of us to remember that if the ACCJC commissioners had listened to the unanimous view of the ACCJC visiting team in 2012 we would never have had an accreditation crisis at City College.
It should be noted also that the ACCJC commissioners have created a new rule for visiting teams: the teams will no longer be making any recommendations about accreditation status. They will be providing information to the commission.
Although the entire accreditation crisis has been very stressful we should realize that this is our time to shine.
November elections: Making City College FREE again and so much more!
This election is critical to the future of our college and our city. We’re fighting to make our City College free
for San Franciscans, to defend working families, and for affordable housing. Please join us!
Our union is phone banking with student, community, and faculty volunteers every week Monday
at the AFT 2121 office (311 Miramar Ave @ Ocean) from 5-8pm
. and at the San Francisco Labor Council (1188 Franklin St #203) on Thursdays from 5:30-8:30pm
by Alisa Messer and Tim Killikelly
Full AFT 2121 info for November 2016 elections
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