On April 25, more than 45 employers will be on campus. Students will have the opportunity to network with representatives from business, government, and non-profit sectors. The Career Fair will take place in the Community Rooms inside the Student Center. For more information, call the Career Center at 916-484-8492.
APPLIED MUSIC STUDENT RECITAL
On April 26, The ARC Music Department is proud to present their Applied Music Students in recital, beginning at 12:30 p.m. in room 547 of the music department.
Admission is free to this event. For more information, contact Dr. Dyne Eifertsen at 916-484-8676.
SOCIAL MEDIA HOW-TO
On April 26, join American River College’s social network evangelist Don Reid, as he shows you how to market your business/club/hobby with social networking. He’ll share his successes and strategies to engage your user base while having them do much of the work. Bring your questions, and be prepared to log in and MAKE IT HAPPEN. Feel free to bring a thumb drive (or create a Dropbox account) to use, as this will be a hands-on workshop in a state-of-the-art Mac-based computer lab.
ARC INSTRUMENTAL JAZZ ENSEMBLES TRIBUTE
On April 26, the ARC Latin Jazz, Studio Jazz Ensembles, the ARC Jazz Collective, as well as the El Camino High School Jazz Band will perform a “Tribute to the War Years.” Come dance to the music of the Big Bands at the height of the Swing Era.
Hors d’oeuvres will be provided by the ARC Culinary Arts Department at 7:30 p.m. and dessert will be provided at 8:30 p.m. at ARCs Music Dept. room 548. Ticket prices are $15.00 General.
For more information, contact Dr. Dyne Eifertsen at 916-484-8676.
LAST DAY TO DROP FULL-SEMESTER CLASSES
Monday, April 29, 2013, is the last day to drop full-semester classes. There will be a “W” notation on any student’s transcript that drops a class.
REGISTRATION DATES FOR FALL 2013 SEMESTER
Depending on their priority status, students will be able to start enrolling in classes for the Fall 2013 semester between April 29 and May 17. You can log onto your eServices account to see your enrollment date, or speak to a counselor to discuss your enrollment status.
MACY’S PRESENTS: HOW TO CREATE YOUR PROFESSIONAL IMAGE
On May 2, learn from the experts how to create your professional image. Discover how to dress on a budget while building a wardrobe that will offer you a sense of confidence in today’s competitive work environment. The seminar will take place in the Student Center Community Rooms. For more Information, please call the Career Center at 916-484-8492.
5/16 CLASSES END
5/16 -5/22 FINALS
The American River Current Staff participated in the 2013 Journalism Association of Community College State Conference.
Editor-in-Chief Josh Baumbach- 1st place in on-the-spot Critical Review
Photo Editor Daniel Romandia- 2nd place mail-in Illustration
Assistant Photo Editor Emily Rabasto- 3rd place on-the-spot Feature Photo
Design Editor Sara Scott- 3rd on-the-spot Tabloid Design
News Editor Jeff Gonzales- Elected JACC NorCal Student President
Ed. 10 Corrections
On page three “Veterans’ resources short handed due to budget cuts” Social Media Director Jared Thornburg’s email is incorrect it should read [email protected].
On page five “California community college coaches face disadvantages “ Rick Anderson’s quote is incorrect it should state he spent $31,000 to save $4,000.
On page eight “Musketeers: the story explained” Chelsea Ciechanowski who portrays the Villainess in “The Three Musketeers” is spelled incorrectly.
On page nine “Campus Pulse” Business Management/Marketing major Nathan Eurie-Turner II is spelled incorrectly.
On page 10 “Now hiring at American River College” Opportunities is spelled incorrectly in the deck.