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Chaparral 2014-2015: 23.5 Garfield Gleanings

Garfield Gleanings (April 2015)

Garfield Gleanings: Upcoming and Ongoing Around Garfield

by Caroline DePiro

Garfield Campus Steward

Student Interviews Taking Place

You may have seen a new face around Garfield.

Her name is Toy Jones and she is working as a part-time hourly Student Services Assistant. She was hired as part of a planning effort to find out what kinds of classes our students might need in the future here in Noncredit, Continuing Education. She will also identify students who plan to transition to credit classes. If she hasn't already, she may soon be peeking her head into your classroom and asking to interview your students on a volunteer basis (with the exception of lower level ESL). These interviews are basic in nature and should not take longer than five to ten minutes. Ultimately, the hope is that as many students as possible from Garfield are given the opportunity to participate. During the interview, Ms. Jones will ask students about their goals. ESL Instructors may want to go over vocabulary with students that would be helpful in explaining future plans so that students are able to convey clear points about what they hope to do in the coming years.

Welcome Ms. Jones! Thank you for your efforts to support the future success of our programs here at Garfield.

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Workforce Education Expo

Date: Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Time: 10am to 1pm and 5 to 7pm
Location: Garfield Campus, MP103

This Expo is a special opportunity for our students! Career Technical education representatives will be available to show students what the next steps could be in their careers. The overarching message is that we want to show students some possibilities and pathways to their future.

From the Main Campus, the Expo will include: Robotics, Architecture, Nursing, Fire Academy, Media Arts, Culinary Arts, Business, Real Estate, Dance, Health Information Technology, Child Development, Animation, Manufacturing and Welding.

From the Garfield Campus, the Expo will include: VESL and Business and Community Services.

From PDC (Professional Development Center), the Expo will include an overview of their classes.

In addition, representatives from Academic Counseling, Job Placement Office, EOPS, Financial Aid, Student Outreach, and others will be available.

There will be presentations throughout the event and raffle prizes will be awarded.

Visit us on the web: www.glendale.edu/guild and http://gccguild.org

Glendale College Guild


 

 

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