SCC Theater Hosts Christ the King Middle School’s Production of “Narnia” March 26-28

narniaChrist the King Catholic Middle School presents a musical presentation of “Narnia,” the first and most famous story of “The Chronicles of Narnia” series by C.S. Lewis.

Check out their version of this unique, enchanted world filled with creatures and spirits of myth and fable, both good and evil, demonic and transcendent. From the excitement of the opening song, “Aslan’s on the Move,” to the joy of “Narnia (You Can’t Imagine),” your spirits will soar with all those in “Narnia.”

Performances are in the SCC campus theater in the 1600 Theater building.

Thurs., March 26, Fri., March 27, and Sat. March 28 at 7 p.m. with a matinee performance Sat. March 28 at 2 p.m.

Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door.

Job Seekers Roundtable, Fri., March 27 Focuses on Relieving Interview Stress

job seekers roundtableJoin us in FOSS (5000 bldg.) room 5116 from 1-2:30 p.m. for another installment of Job Seekers’ Roundtable.

This week, hypnotist Whitney Buckingham, CHT, NLP, of Lifescape Hypnosis, will be on hand to demonstrate relaxation techniques to relieve the stress of job interviews and emphasize how to increase confidence by reviewing the 20 most commonly asked interview questions, with suggestions on how to phrase a response. She will also address the importance of positive self-talk in strengthening confidence and presence.

Whitney Buckingham, CHT, NLP, graduated from Whitworth University before becoming certified in Hypnotherapy and Neural-Linguistic Programming, becoming a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists in 1996. Clients include Microsoft, Washington State Firefighters, Fred Hutchinson Hospital, Children’s Hospital, University of Washington, athletes and more than fifty Schools throughout the Northwest, California and Alaska. During her 19 years of practice she has developed a specialty in the area of optimizing performance in the athletic, executive and academic arenas. Whitney conducts presentations, workshops and sports clinics throughout the US, performs comedic hypnosis stage shows and offers private consultation.

As always, this event is free and yummy snacks and a chance for networking are provided. The Job Seekers’ Roundtable is sponsored by our Plus 50 program, but all are welcome to attend.

New Student Welcome, March 26 – Come Get a Head Start on Your Shoreline Experience!

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New Students! Spring quarter is just around the corner and you can start your Shoreline experience off on the right foot by attending our new student welcome tomorrow, March 26 from 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Come hang out with us in the PUB (9000 Bldg.) Quiet Dining Room (9208) Current students, staff and faculty will be on hand to help you get ready for spring quarter. At the New Student Welcome you will learn how to navigate the SCC campus, attend some workshops, take a tour, learn about how to get involved and join other new students for lunch. We look forward to welcoming you to Shoreline!

Check out the full schedule of events below!

NSW agenda

Winter Quarter Grades Available Wed., March 25

They’re in, y’all! Winter quarter grades are available starting Wed, March 25. Check and see how well all your studying paid off here. Good luck, and we’ll see you next quarter!

Spring Quarter Course Helps With Career Planning

undecidedAre you undecided about your major or having a case of the “what ifs” when it comes to choosing a career path? If so, this Spring Quarter we’ve got the class for you – HUMDV 105Career Exploration and Life Planning.

This short-term (late start, 4/14-5/21), two-credit course allows students to develop a better understanding of themselves, learn about career and academic research tools and develop a method for informed decision making. Assessments including Dependable Strengths, Myers-Briggs and Strong Interest Inventory are included.

 Not convinced? Here are some statements about the course from former students: 

–I had drifted off course and this class helped me reset my vision for my future and opened my eyes to the opportunities that lie ahead.

–I loved the exercise where we accepted an award of our choosing. Hearing you say all of those kind and true things about each individual and the potential you see in each of us really lifted my spirits and helped me to recognize my own potential and future. Taking this class helped me realize it is ME that is in charge of where my future lies.

–Dependable Strengths helped me gain the confidence needed to take the next steps toward my dreams.

–This class helped me question my values and consider what I really want out of life.

–The course activities helped me accept who I am and I am learning to not worry as much about what other people believe about me.

–As the only “older” person in class, I realized I am just like the other students – just older.  I can still have dreams and hopes for my future and it is never too late.

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