Community College Scholarship Fall 2012

The California Community Colleges Student Financial Aid Administrators Association will again sponsor student scholarships; a total of twenty $500 student scholarships, two $500 scholarship for each of the ten CCCSFAAA regions across the State. Each California community college is asked to promote the scholarship competition on their campus and nominate up to two students for the scholarship.

The deadline for the student to submit his/her application materials to the City College Scholarship Office, Room D-106 is October 3, 2013 before noon.

Student winners will be notified by letter in November and checks will be mailed to the winners shortly thereafter.

More information: City College Scholarships, Room D-106

Attached you will find the CCCSFAAA student application.

Aug 24: Film Maquilapolis

Film and Panel Discussion: "MAQUILAPOLIS" and Fair Trade Initiatives

Friday, August 24, 2012
6:00pm to 9:00pm

Sponsored by:
Af3irm San Diego, Centro Cultural de la Raza

2004 Park Blvd., San Diego, California 92101

As a continued effort against Free Trade Agreements, Af3irm San Diego in collaboration with The Centro Cultural de la Raza will be presenting the film MAQUILAPOLIS [city of factories] by Vicky Funari and Sergio De La Torre. Following the film is a panel discussion with local groups on how to continue the efforts against Free Trade Agreements (old and new) in our bordering communities.

About the film
"To create MAQUILAPOLIS, the filmmakers brought together factory workers in Tijuana and community organiza...tions in Mexico and the U.S. to collaborate on a film that depicts globalization through the eyes of the women who live on its leading edge. The factory workers who appear in the film have been involved in every stage of production, from planning to shooting, from scripting to outreach. This collaborative process breaks with the traditional documentary practice of dropping into a location, shooting and leaving with the "goods," which would only repeat the pattern of the maquiladora itself. The process embraces subjectivity as a value and a goal. It merges artmaking with community development to ensure that the film's voice will be truly that of its subjects."