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Leadership Classes for Fall 2019

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Be a leader. Make a difference.
Create change!

Intro to Student Leadership
GNST 52A
2 Units
CRN: 23025 
Fall 2019 semester: M 3:00p-4:50p

Student Leadership II
GNST 52B
2 Units
CRN: 23868
Fall 2019 semester: M 3:00p-4:50p

UC and CSU Transferrable 

For more info, contact Senator Ellen Corbett at ecorbett@chabotcollege.edu.

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Make powerful change through leadership and activism.

GNST 32-CIN Social Justice Leadership 
GNST 32A 
2 Units
CRN: 23672
Fall 2019 semester: TTh 2:30p-3:35p

GNST 32B
2 Units 
CRN: 23673
Fall 2019 semester: TTh 2:30p-3:35p

Create and lead social justice projects such as Stop the Violence Week and the Get Woke Stay Woke Social Justice Conference! Students in GNST 32-CIN have fun making new friends and building community. GNST 32-CIN also provides students an opportunity to strengthen their academic profile for transfer and career advancement, GNST 32-CIN is part of the Change It Now! (CIN) Social Justice Learning Community at Chabot College and is CSU and UC transferable. Students enrolled in the CIN! program have the opportunity to earn extra credit in their CIN! classes if they take GNST 32-CIN. Enroll in GNST 32-CIN now and come change the world!

 

Library Classes for Fall 2019 


Build Upon Your Research Skills
With themes related to 2PAC

Library Research Skills
2 Units
CRN: 22349
Tuesday & Thursday 12-2:05, Oct. 15th-Dec. 11th

2Pacalypse Now, Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z., Me Against the World, All Eyez on Me, The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory

Enroll in my 2Pac themed library research skills course because of your affinity for hip-hop, and 2Pac, we will work to translate your love of hip-hop, 2Pac and your cultural expertise and apply your knowledge in an academic environment. In our 2Pac themed course I draw upon students’ experiences with hip-hop culture to encourage them to voice and then research what they already know, bringing their lived experience to their academic work. Students’ learn to apply their knowledge and experience while enhancing their research skills using their popular language, music, and culture.

For more info,  contact Kim Morrison at room 109 or (510) 723-6762

 

 

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