Students we need your help! We need your help for our new T-Shirt design. This competition is open to all Riverside City College Students. You can submit your design at email@example.com with the subject “International T-Shirt Contest”.
Last day to submit your designs is May 20th 2016.
One design per entry
Include your name, address, telephone number and age
The design must include our office “Center For International Students & Programs” and our school spirit.
Your design must be original.
It’s best if you create your design in Photoshop or Illustrator or another
professional design program. Submit entries as medium resolution JPEG or pdf
files. Please be prepared to submit the original Illustrator or Adobe Photoshop
file in the case your artwork is chosen. Design must be easy to reproduce by
silkscreen. We reserve the right to make adjustments to the winning design.
C.I.S.P. will have the rights to print the submitted designs.
During the Homecoming 2015 our school celebrated our 100th birthday with an amazing celebration that started with a parade from the City Hall and ended at our campus with an amazing Airshow right before the our Football game.
Two of our students got to be part of the Airshow!!!
We will celebrate with a “Progressive Dinner“! This means we will meet at 5:00 PM, at the Grove Corner – 19321 Grove Community Dr. 92508, assemble into small groups and drive to two different American homes for parts of the meal then come back together for dessert and a special presentation. At each stop you will learn a little more about how Americans celebrate both the secular and the religious parts of this important holiday!
This will be a fun way to meet new friends, practice your English, experience a meal with American families and learn how we celebrate one of our favorite days of the year! This event is FREE!
Register now… I would hate for you to miss this fun event!
Mike and Kathy Cain
*The deadline to register for this event is Thursday, March 17. You must register to participate and space is very limited so if you have not registered yet do it now!
Tom Hanks on a article for New York Times talked about how his experience at Chabot Community College helped him prepare for what was coming ahead with his life. He talks about the importance in being in a classroom with individuals with a complete different background and what makes a Community College special.
Join us at Riverside Community College’s quad and garden for lectures and activities, then dining hall for lunch and Summit.
9 AM -12:30: The Green Festival will include outdoor interactive activities; movies with discussions; and themed indoor lectures. Program tracks include: Local Foods; Waste Prevention and Reuse; Cityscapes; and Wildlife, Watersheds, and Native Plants.
12-1PM: Free local foods lunch and parking for first 200 RSVPs
1-3:30: Summit forum will be conducted to solicit input from the community about ways that residents can partner with the city, businesses, and groups to create a “Green Renaissance” for the greater Riverside area.
This collaborative event will offer hands-on art, educational, and fun activities. Take-home ideas for sustainable living and learn about using your “purchasing power” for the benefit of our local economy. This event will raise awareness, engage community, and create connections that help Riverside become more sustainable in a variety of ways.