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December 15, 2022

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Wednesday, March 29, 2023

All Day Run for Student Government by March 29

The Butte College Student Government (A.S.) is now accepting Student Government applications for the 23/24 academic year!   Applications due March 29.

Student Government members represent the student voice regarding important matters that affect their experience at Butte College. They participate on campus committees and help fund campus projects, student initiatives, clubs, campus events and more!

Join the Butte College Student Government! 

·         Students earn an honorarium ($450 to $1,350)  

·         Students receive a staff parking pass each semester 

·         Students help make real change at Butte College 

·         Students will get to learn alongside an amazing group of fellow students 

·         Students will get to go to statewide leadership and advocacy conferences 

·         Students will be trained in effective leadership, equity & inclusion, advocacy methods, how to run meetings, group dynamic theories, campus policies, and much more! 

 

No Prior Experience Required 

In fact, most students come to the A.S. team with little to no previous leadership experience.  Our team will provide them with on-going training to help them understand their position, explain how our campus processes work, and help them reach their potential! 

To learn more and to submit an application visit the Butte College Student Government Webpage! Or contact the A.S. advisor, Kim Scott 530.895.2945 or scottki@butte.edu

Main Campus
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Thursday, December 15, 2022

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Amalgam I
Isabella K. Saavedra is an artist and indigiqueer person (Pit River Madesi +
Salvadorenx) based in Portland, Oregon. Originally from Oroville, CA,
Saavedra attended Butte College before transferring to Southern Oregon
University to earn a B.S. in Art. After working at the Oregon Shakespeare
Festival as a props artisan, Saavedra moved to Portland and is now a studio
assistant at Marie Watt Studio. Saavedra’s practice is an amalgam of
painting, sculpture, and textiles that investigates personal history, ancestry,
daydream, and collective experiences. The selection of work on view is from
two ongoing series: Sardine Cans and Remnants. These series utilize found
and discarded materials and record the artist’s “NOW-isms”
Main Campus

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