Community Education

Check Out the CIED’s Gardening Series of Classes!

The Community Education program’s gardening series at the CIED center or the Blount Center downtown has a new partnership with Forage, a non-profit organization based here in Gainesville. (You can see more about them at the CIED link below). The classes are going to be once a week, on Tuesdays. Take a look at the online catalogue here: … Continue reading Check Out the CIED’s Gardening Series of Classes!

Take a Community Education Class This Fall, Lots to Choose From!

  It’s almost time for us to begin registering for our last term of the year which we call Fall B. Registration begins October 5, 2016 and continues throughout the term since. Since Community Ed has classes that start late in the session such as, outdoor paddle trips, walking tours, and other 1 and 2 day … Continue reading Take a Community Education Class This Fall, Lots to Choose From!

COOKING FOR YOUR LIFESTYLE

Want a healthier diet but feel overwhelmed by how to make it happen? Learn techniques for making fast, fresh, and, best of all, delicious vegetables, ferments, root vegetables, gluten-free breads (socca flatbread and macho), seafood, and meats. Except for bread, all ingredients used are on auto-immune protocol. Notes: $10 supplies fee payable to instructor at … Continue reading COOKING FOR YOUR LIFESTYLE

Community Outreach and EGI Report, September 29, 2016

The Community Outreach and East Gainesville Instruction Report for the Community entitled “Educational Initiatives: Focus on our Community Outreach Efforts” will be held September 29, 2016 at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, located at 2505 NE 8th Avenue, at 6 p.m. Opening remarks will be made by Santa Fe College President, Dr. Jackson Sasser. Executive Director, East Gainesville Instruction … Continue reading Community Outreach and EGI Report, September 29, 2016

Friends of Susan B. Anthony Honors the Displaced Homemaker Program and Two of Santa Fe’s Own

Last Saturday, August 27, 2016,  the Friends of Susan B. Anthony held their annual Equality Day Luncheon. This year, the Displaced Homemaker Program, the former Coordinator, Nancy Griffin and JoAnn Wilkes, the current Coordinator of the Displaced Homemaker Program, were honored for the work they do and have done for many years. Over 300 people were in … Continue reading Friends of Susan B. Anthony Honors the Displaced Homemaker Program and Two of Santa Fe’s Own

Santa Fe College Night 2016, August 31

SF’s annual college fair is 8/31/16, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. Everyone is invited! Pre-register online at www.sfcollege.edu/cn for a chance to WIN and to skip the long entrance lines. This year will be bigger than before. Visit our website to see the list of schools coming. Please announce this event to all students. Questions? Call Rachael … Continue reading Santa Fe College Night 2016, August 31

SF College State of the College Luncheon, September 7, 2016

The Santa Fe College State of the College luncheon is scheduled for September 7 at 12 p.m. President, Dr. Jackson Sasser will share the college’s plans to strengthen educational opportunities and economic prospects in the community. This special civic organization event will be held at the Charley E. Johns Conference Center, located at 1610, North … Continue reading SF College State of the College Luncheon, September 7, 2016

CFK Camp Kids Battle Bots

A war of sorts is happening right here on the Santa Fe College Campus. CFK (College For Kids)  campers not only learn to appreciate music, they also learn how to Battle Bots! Take a look at the pictures to see what’s going on. TodayAtCFK    CFKGainesville    CFK2016

Santa Fe Hosting Lots of Fun for Kids in the CFK Program Week 2

A peek inside of CFK reveals the diverse variety of classes being offered this summer! Check out the CFK Social Media pages:    Today@CFK    CFKGainesville   CFK2016  And…take a look at this fun video to see just what the kids have been up to all this time!  KidVid For more information on this program contact Melissa Graham, Course Manager for … Continue reading Santa Fe Hosting Lots of Fun for Kids in the CFK Program Week 2

College for Kids Session 1 Invites You to Closing Ceremonies Today!

Today is the last day of College for Kids Session I! We would like to invite parents, family and staff to the closing ceremonies this morning and this afternoon, where we showcase what our students have accomplished during their time at  camp. Hope to see you there. The schedule is : 11:50 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. … Continue reading College for Kids Session 1 Invites You to Closing Ceremonies Today!

Santa Fe College’s JoAnn Wilkes 2016 Recipient of the Fierce Awards

  Last night the Fierce Awards were presented. JoAnn Wilkes, Program Coordinator at ‪#‎FocusOnTheFuture, Santa Fe College was a recipient. Congratulations to JoAnn! JoAnn is passionate and fierce about empowering women in our community, and committed to helping women tap into their own power. The Focus on the Future program at Santa Fe College is designed to provide tools … Continue reading Santa Fe College’s JoAnn Wilkes 2016 Recipient of the Fierce Awards

Retirement Readiness Workshop at Santa Fe NW Campus TONIGHT

Santa Fe College NW Campus will begin a Retirement Workshop this evening. Discussions will include; preparing/saving for your retirement, making your wealth last a lifetime, how much you will need to retire and budgeting in retirement. Instructor will provide materials. Instructor Elio Chiarelli, Jr. is a registered investment advisor. The workshop is 3 Thursdays, begins 6/30, from … Continue reading Retirement Readiness Workshop at Santa Fe NW Campus TONIGHT

Santa Fe College Preparing to Expand Downtown Location

With the title of “Number One College in the Nation” already this year, Santa Fe College has even more exciting news for its future, according to President Jackson Sasser. “We need the best facility possible with computers and with faculty teaching the right courses and working with the community,” said Dr. Sasser. WCJB-TV channel 20 reports … Continue reading Santa Fe College Preparing to Expand Downtown Location

Santa Fe College’s Lawrence W. Tyree Library: The Year In Review

In the academic year 2015-2016, the library hosted a diverse series of programs for the Santa Fe College community and beyond. They partnered with a number of departments on campus including Student Life, International Education, Humanities and Foreign Languages and Social and Behavioral Sciences. Speakers represented faculty, current and retired, from Santa Fe College and the … Continue reading Santa Fe College’s Lawrence W. Tyree Library: The Year In Review

Community Ed Offers Two New Social Media Workshops

Community Ed is offering two workshops: Facebook 101 and Pinterest 101. These workshops will expand your knowledge of the basics of these two social media platforms. FACEBOOK 101 This course will explore Facebook terms and features such as the homepage, timeline, and messaging. Participants will learn how to fill our their profile, set their privacy settings, … Continue reading Community Ed Offers Two New Social Media Workshops