The American River Current

Brothers Breaking Barriers workshop discusses the importance of networking

Josef Preciado, the Director of California Apprenticeship Initiatives at American River College, speaking to the group of men at the workshop about networking at ARC on Feb. 28, 2019. (Photo by Breawna Maynard)

Breawna Maynard

March 19, 2019

American River College has a variety of diverse groups of men, including some who are looking to change the narrative around young men of color. Brothers Breaking Barriers, a support group that enriches the lives of young men of color, facilitated a workshop on networking Feb. 28, in the community rooms...

True Colors Workshop helps students with career choices

The purpose of the True Colors Workshop is to help college students determine their personality type, in order to help them personalize and improve methods for studying and self motivation. (Photo illustration by Anthony Barnes)

Anthony Barnes

March 5, 2019

Are you a student having second thoughts about your major and what the future may hold? If so, then you are not alone — and American River College recently held a workshop designed to address that dilemma. The True Colors workshop was led by career counselor Janice Klar. The workshop works with stude...

Equity Programs and Pathways holds Hate & Bias Workshop

Beth Madigan, Administrator Assistant for the Vice president, (front) and Robin Neal, Vice President of Student Services(back), expressing their thoughts and views on the discussion at the hate and bias workshop Dec. 3, 2018 (Photo by Breawna Maynard)

Breawna Maynard

December 13, 2018

The Equity Programs and Pathways department conducted a Hate & Bias Workshop on Dec. 3, hosted by Joshua Moon Johnson, Dean of Student Services. The purpose of the workshop was for faculty and students to listen and discuss how students deal with hate and bias, on and off campus, and also thei...

Relevant skills workshop helps improve students resumes

Michael Robinson from the American River College Career and Pathways Support Services Center hosts a resume and career oriented workshop for students on Nov. 29, 2018. (Photo by Ashley Hayes-Stone)

Imani Smith

December 12, 2018

American River College’s Career and Pathways Support Services office hosted a resume building workshop on Nov. 29 for students seeking to strengthen their current resumes. Michael Robinson, a student personnel assistant, led the short but informal presentation that teaches students the importan...

Students learn to make proper resumes

Creating a professional and informative resume can be challenging for students. Whether they have no prior experience, are looking for a new job, or are changing fields entirely, students can make their own resumes better at a resume workshop at American River College. (Photo illustration by Tracy Holmes)

Tracy Holmes

December 5, 2018

On Thursday, the Career and Pathways program will host a resume workshop in Davies Hall, Room 112 from 1 to 2 p.m. to help students spruce up their resumes and write cover letters. A resume reflects a job applicant’s individuality. The workshop will focus on the physical appearance of the resume,...

Personality Assessment Workshop to be hosted in DSPS Conference Room

ARC counselor Janice Klar will host a personality workshop in DSPS on March 22. (File Photo)

Alexis Warren

March 21, 2018

On Thursday March 22, American River College’s Career Counselor, Janice Klar, will host the True Colors & Jung Personality Assessment Workshop in the Disabled Services Programs and Services Conference Room. The workshop is based on the work of Carl Jung, the psychologist who wrote “Psycholo...

Photo Gallery: Flamenco guitarists give free workshop

Flamenco guitarists Roberto Corrias (left) and Jose Blanco perform at the Koreana Plaza International Market on April 29 in Sacramento, California. (Photo by Luis Gael Jimenez)

Luis Gael

May 9, 2017

Two classically trained Flamenco guitarists paid a visit to the American River College campus on April 7 to provide a free music workshop. Jose Blanco and Roberto Corrias, who are from Spain and Italy respectively, have a combined 60 years of experience playing music and have each had music feature...

Students invited to participate in mural project

Artist Unity Lewis shares the meaning behind his murals in the Kaneko Gallery at American River College on Oct. 1, 2016. (Photo by Luis Gael Jimenez)

Lidiya Grib

February 16, 2017

ARC students are invited to take part in a mural project hosted by Universal Engaging Inclusive Transformation Education (UNITE), the Community and Diversity Center at American River College. The project, led by artist and instructor Unity Lewis, will be completed throughout the next couple of weeks. S...

SummerWords to bring creativity to ARC

Renowned poet Carolyn Forche recites her poetry during her keynote speech at SummerWords in 2015. This year's event will take place from May 26 through May 29 and the keynote speaker will be best-selling author Luis Alberto Urrea. (File photo)

Jordan Schauberger

April 30, 2016

From May 26 through May 29, the American River College creative writing department will be hosting its fifth SummerWords at ARC, a community-based creative writing event featuring workshops, panel discussions and readings with award-winning, local and emerging writers. This year’s rendition of the event wi...

LRC workshop teaches using color to organize studying

The Learning Resource Center hosted a workshop called

Claire Bathory

March 30, 2016

At a workshop in the Learning Resource Center on Tuesday, American River College instructional assistant Cheryl Howell explained how color coding can help with both studying habits and daily life. Howell, who works for Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS), separated the benefits of highli...

UC Davis professor and musician participates in ARC jazz workshop

Musician Jacam Manricks, who is a University of California at Davis professor speaks at a jazz clinic event to discuss how students can succeed in the music industry at American River College on Oct. 22. Manricks will be performing with ARC music department professor Joe Gillman at UC Davis in a jazz concert on Oct. 30 at 7p.m.  (Photo by Karen Reay)

Jordan Schauberger

October 28, 2015

A well-known jazz musician and professor at the University of California at Davis visited American River College on Thursday to discuss how students could succeed in the music industry in his lecture during a jazz clinic. Jacam Manricks said that being a successful musician is more than just playing mus...

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