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May 5, 2021

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Friday, May 21, 2021

8:00 AM - 10:00 AM Student Services Anti-Racist Training
Final Student Services Anti-Racist Training of the semester! Join us in welcoming J. Luke Wood one last time. This is mandatory for all Student Services but all faculty and staff are encouraged to come! 
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Wednesday, May 05, 2021

All Day Butte College Virtual Gallery- Public Arts by Local Artist (Multi-Day Event)

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The Butte College Gallery is featuring public art works by local artists in Butte County, in a virtual gallery exhibit. This virtual exhibit will be available for viewing online until June of 2021. Local artists include murals by Scott Teeple, Gregg Payne, David Barta, Ted Hanson, Frank Wilson, Christian Garcia, Shepard Fairey, and John Pugh.

 

For more info, contact Daniel Donnelly: donnellyda@butte.edu

Main Campus
All Day SUMMER 2021 NEW COLLEGE STUDENT REGISTRATION BEGINS AT 8:00AM
This is the new date for Summer 2021 New College Student registration, which begins at 8AM.
All Day SUMMER/FALL 2021 NEW TRANSFER-IN STUDENT REGISTRATION BEGINS AT 8:00AM
This is the new date for Summer/Fall 2021 Transfer-In Student registration, which begins at 8AM.
All Day SUMMER/FALL 2021 RETURNING STUDENT REGISTRATION BEGINS AT 8:00AM
This is the new date for Summer/Fall 2021 Returning Student registration, which begins at 8AM.
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Resource Family Approval Pod 7: Appropriate Discipline
These classes are designed for prospective families, but open to all.
Facilitator: Senta Burton, MSW
This workshop will take place via Zoom. Zoom ID 228 599 3779 Password: RFA2021
New Participants, click here to register or call 530-897-6235
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Six Core Strengths
Dr. Bruce Perry, leading researcher on the effects of trauma in children has put together this series for us to learn the importance of the brain's involvement in children's behavior and development. The six core strengths are: Attachment, Self-regulation, Affiliation, Attunement, Tolerance, and Respect. These strengths correspond with brain growth-they develop sequentially, each becomes the foundation for the next.
Facilitator: Lisa Jackson, MA
Series of 6: 12 Total Hours
Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Dates: March 31, April 7, 14, 21, 28, May 5
This workshop will take place via Zoom. Zoom ID: 976 403 3976
Register here if you are a new participant or need to update your information.
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Asian and Pacific Islander Month: Beyond Visibility: Beyond Visibility: Centering Hmong Stories & Developing Hmong Agency
Beyond Visibility: Centering Hmong Stories & Developing Hmong Agency
Pa Vue is a Hmong-American writer, an educator, a storyteller, and a life-long learner. She was born in Thailand and came to the U.S. in 1990. The oldest of seven, she became the first person in her family to earn a college degree. Her Bachelor of Arts in English and Linguistics is from California State University, Chico. After completing a Master of Arts in Education at UC, Santa Barbara, Pa started working for the Upward Bound program, where she advised first-generation, low-income high school students for six years. She coordinated the Writing Center at Chico State for three years before following her love of language and learning back to grad school. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Education at UC, Berkeley, where she is studying literacy and language reclamation and revitalization. Get tips for grad school and follow Pa's journey on her podcast titled On Becoming Educated at www.onbecomingeducated.com. 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM The Mind, The Brain, and Human Relationships
In the 1990's, Dr. Dan Siegel noticed that linguists, anthropologists and psychologists, counselors, psychiatrists and others working in the field of mental health had never had a working definition of either the mind or health. This realization started Dr. Siegel down a research path that led him to develop a new field of study: Interpersonal neurobiology. In the 12-week class we will use concepts of interpersonal neurobiology to help us understand our minds and the minds of others. We will discuss dealing with complexity, strengthening attachment relationships, memory and stress management in trauma, and much more.
Facilitator: Paul Aylworth, LCSW
Series of 12: 36 total hours
Wednesdays, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Dates: March 17, 24, 31, April 7, 14, 21, 28, May 5, 12, 19, 26, June 2
This workshop will take place via Zoom.  Zoom ID: 996 259 2779
Register here for new participants or to update your information.

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