Attention Student Leaders & Interested Parties,
The Student Senate for California Community Colleges has begun the process to fill the soon be vacant seat on the Board of Governors. Due to the competitive nature of this prestigious position, the Student Senate Council has outlined a application process to determine the most qualified candidate(s). All interested persons must submit a completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, and firstname.lastname@example.org no later than March 16th, 2016 at 11:59pm. The Executive Committee shall then review the applications and select no less than three to be sent to the Student Senate Council. During its April meeting, the Student Senate Council shall approve the list of applicants to be sent to the Governor's Office for further vetting and final selection.
To learn more about the Board of Governors student position, please feel free to contact me.
March in March - Town Hall
Attention Student Leaders & Interested Parties:
In an effort to increase accessibility and encourage public participation to the meeting, the March in March Taskforce will be postponing it's Town Hall scheduled for today at 7:00pm to February 24th at 8:00pm to provide ample notice to the general public to call in.
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March in March - Canceled
A Message From Gerson A. Liahut-Sánchez, Chair of the March in March Taskforce:
Dear Student Leaders & Interested Parties,
It is to my displeasure to announce the cancellation of this year's March in March. Since the creation of the March in March Taskforce in early December, organizing the March in March has been an uphill battle due to time constraints and limited resources. We have faced several roadblocks that continually impeded the Student Senate from holding this event for our beloved students; the main issue pertaining to insufficient funding, to which this event would approximately cost $12,000.00 to sustain.This hefty price tag accounts for all the required permits, as stated in the Fall 2015 General Assembly March in March resolution, and additional amenities to host a successful event. All senators were tasked with informing their regions, as well as local student governments, of the possibility of said cancellation and the urgency of donations. Unfortunately, time is up and the required permits are no longer within our reach. We understand the frustration this may have caused.
Please do not hesitate to contact me at email@example.com for any further questions or concerns.