Student Life Event Calendar

Below are the events supported by Student Life

February 2024

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Period Product Drive

Period Product Drive

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 12:00am to Friday, May 3, 2024 - 11:59pm

The Period Poverty Project is a student-led period advocacy group with the purpose of providing students with free and accessible menstrual products. Drop-off locations are available in the Women's Center (S3-09), Single Stop (M1-21), and the Counseling Center (BG-07). Donations can be dropped off any time until the end of the spring semester.
 
This event was made possible with the support of the Parx Casino Leadership Development Scholarship program.

Hosted by: Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9885633

12:00am
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Black History Month Reading Resources

Black History Month Reading Resources

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 9:00am to Friday, March 1, 2024 - 5:00pm

Virtual Reading Library
African Glory -J.C. Degraft-Johnson
African Origins Of The Major Western Religions -Yosef Ben Jochannan
Africans At The Crossroads -Dr. John Henrik Clarke
Before The Mayflower -Lerone Bennet, Jr.
Black Labor, White Wealth - The Search For Power And Economic Justice -Claud Anderson, Ed. D.
Blueprint For Black Power -Amos Wilson
Breaking The Chains Of Psychological Slavery -Na'im Akbar
Chains And Images Of Psychological Slavery -Dr. Na'im Akbar
Civilization Or Barbarism -Cheikh Anta Diop
Criminalizing A Race -Charshee C. L. McIntyre
From "Superman" To Man -J.A. Rogers
From Babylon To Timbuktu -Rudolph Windsor
From Columbus To Castro -Eric Williams
How Europe Underdeveloped Africa - Walter Rodney.
Introduction To African Civilization -John G. Jackson
Isis Papers -Frances Cress Welsing
Man, God And Civilization -John G. Jackson
Precolonial Black Africa -Cheikh Anta Diop
Stolen Legacy -George James
The African Origin Of Civilization -Cheikh Anta Diop
The Afrocentric Idea -Molefi Kete Asante
The Black Jacobins -C.L.R. James
The Community Of Self -Dr. Na'im Akbar
The Destruction Of Black Civilization -Chancellor Williams
The Mis-Education Of The Negro -Carter G. Woodson
The Philosophy & Opinions Of Marcus Garvey -Amy Jacques Garvey
The Shaping Of Black America -Lerone Bennett, Jr.
The Wretched Of The Earth -Frantz Fanon
They Came Before Columbus -Ivan Van Sertima
What They Never Taught You In History Class -Indus Khamit Kush
Wonderful Ethiopians Of The Ancient Cushite Empire -Drusilla Dunjee Houston

Credit: Professor James Small, https://www.facebook.com/ProfJamesSmallAfricanWorld
‘Those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it.’
 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9653995

9:00am
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Love Yourself

Love Yourself

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 12:00pm to Wednesday, February 14, 2024 - 3:00pm

Love Yourself Valentine's Table Event sponsored by the Office of Collegiate Recovery

Hosted by: Office of Collegiate Recovery

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9879854

12:00pm
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The 1619 Project. Re-examining the legacy of slavery in the United States

The 1619 Project is an ongoing project developed by The New York Times Magazine in 2019 with the goal of re-examining the legacy of slavery in the United States and timed for the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first Africans in Virginia. It is an interactive project by Nikole Hannah-Jones, a reporter for The New York Times, with contributions by the paper's writers, including essays on the history of different aspects of contemporary American life which the authors believe have "roots in slavery and its aftermath.

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/5577883

8:30am
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Black History Month Kick off - Raising the Flag for Black History Month

Black History Month Kick off - Raising the Flag for Black History Month

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 10:00am to 11:00am

February 1st
All are welcome! Black History Month (BHM) Kick off - Raising the Flag for Black History Month Flag with African drumming music,  distribution of the Red, Black and Green flags, BHM schedule, flag information, and cupcakes with Red, Black and Green flag décor. 
 
Questions? Jenavia Weaver, M.A., Director of Student Engagement
studentdevelopment@ccp.edu
  

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development, Veterans Resource Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/8685509

10:00am
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DO MORE! @ CCP. How to get involved outside of class. Student Club and Organization Training Sessions.

DO MORE! @ CCP. How to get involved outside of class. Learn about student programs, clubs, leadership development, organizations, and much more! 
All sessions are on a Thursday 10-11 am. Join us virtually or in - person.   
Sep 28, 2023 10:00 AMOct 5, 2023 10:00 AM  Oct 12, 2023 10:00 AMOct 19, 2023 10:00 AMOct 26, 2023 10:00 AMNov 9, 2023 10:00 AMDec 7, 2023 10:00 AMFeb 1, 2024 11:00 AM ( NOTE: THIS SESSION WILL BE HELD 11-12 PM)Feb 8, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 15, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 22, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 29, 2023 10:00 AM
Virtual: Webinar Zoom link. https://ccp.zoom.us/j/95299437004
In-person. Location Winnet Student Life Building, Center for Student Leadership Development, S1-12 
Sessions begin Thursday, September 28, 2023, to February 29, 2024. 
Zoom and in-person sessions will introduce all of the CSLD programs and provide links for Pride Portal Training (How to register the Org/Club; How to set up a Zoom and in-person meetings; all the “How To's” provided links/videos from Campus labs provides as a resource; provide guidance/suggestions on how to create engaging programs for their particular cohorts; manage student clubs online and answer in-person questions. 
Note: To Start a Club:
* 4 Currently enrolled students, each with min. 2.5 GPA. New students are exempt from the GPA requirement.   
* All students and club advisors who wish to start a club or re-activate must attend at least one session. Each club must have at least 2 members and the Club Advisor attend ( *Only CCP Staff, Administrator, and Faculty employees are eligible to be club and or organization advisors)
* Advisors must send in proof of enrollment and GPA by attaching the BANNER screen printout.  SFAREGQ FOR ENROLLMENT AND SHATERM FOR G.P.A. -or- THE STUDENT DATA FORM WHICH ALSO SHOWS ENROLLMENT AND G.P.A. EMAIL jjweaver@CCP.EDU 
* Each year, the last day to activate a student club is the Friday prior to Spring Break.  The last training session will be held Thursday, 2/29/24. The deadline to complete all criteria is Friday, 3/1/24. 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Online Location: https://ccp.zoom.us/j/95299437004

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9177700

11:00am
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Women's Center: Create and Connect

Women's Center: Create and Connect

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Friendship and conversation for the girls, gays, and theys. 

Join us for a weekly drop-in meetup to work on creative projects and build connections in a fun low-pressure setting! This is a space to share your lived experiences, support each other, connect with wellness services, and decompress.

Hosted by: Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9836132

12:00pm
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Center for Male Engagement (CME) Spring 2024 Volunteer Exploration Day

Center for Male Engagement (CME) Spring 2024 Volunteer Exploration Day

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Join us on Thursday, February 1, 2024 from 12:00pm 1:00pm for the Institute for Community Engagement and Civic Leadership’s Spring 2024 Volunteer Exploration Day with the Center for Male Engagement. 
 
The Volunteer Exploration Day is the College’s volunteer orientation where you'll learn about current opportunities to volunteer and get involved in meaningful service. The event will be held in S3-07 which is located on the 3rd floor of the Winnet Student Life Building.
 
To secure your spot, please RSVP to this event on the Pride Portal. If you have questions, please reach out to Olivia Edwards at oedwards@ccp.edu or Quamiir Trice at qtrice@ccp.edu.

Hosted by: Center for Male Engagement, Institute for Community Engagement and Civic Leadership

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9820882

12:00pm
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Philadelphia LEADS - Student Leadership Society. L.I.F.E Student Leadership Certificate Series - Experiential Learning.

Philadelphia L.E.A.D.S - The Division of Student Development is rolling out a new Leadership Program. L.I.F.E. Leadership Program. The Student Experience should ultimately translate into bringing all theories to LIFE. The college process is filled with academic rigor to lead, innovation to stay ahead and on the cutting edge, and flourishing experiences to spark and awaken the yearning spirit within and bring out what is within - to educate.  The LIFE Leadership program is delivered through experiential learning experiences throughout the academic year. 
L - Lead - Discover various leadership styles
I – Innovate – Creative faculty partnerships and programming
F – Flourish - growing and developing students in outdoor experiential leadership activities, which ultimately provide a healthy and organic environment in which the student grows and tests their leadership skills
E-Educate – Working from the etymology of the word educate – educere - ‘lead out’. Giving the opportunity for students to nurture and grow their natural talents and abilities
We use CliftonStrengths? Why are CliftonStrengths important? What is CliftonStrengths? 

Using CliftonStrengths allows teams to move beyond an understanding of common "types" of people on a team. It allows for more specific insight into the natural talent of the individuals on the team and the collective strengths of the team

 
Jenavia Weaver, M.A. Facilitated by CliftordStrengths Coach, Certified December '22 
Director of Student Engagement
 
Benefits:
 
1) Earn another credential. Student Leadership Skills Certificate (Platinum Certificate - attended at least 5 sessions l Gold Certificate - attended at least  3 sessions l Silver Certificate - attended at least 1 session) Monthly Sessions held  1pm- 2pm  *Oct. 5, Nov. 9, Dec. 7, Feb 1, Mar. 14.   Locations: * Grady's Community Garden. Located between the Bonnell Building and the open parking lot on 17th Street and the Center for Student Leadership Development, Winnet Building, rm. S1-12
 
2)Did you know? "The more actively engaged a student is the more likely they are to persist in their college studies and to achieve at higher levels".
 
3)Experiential learning. Learn outdoors, where leadership theory meets real-life practical application, dynamic speakers and innovative partnerships.     
 
4) Receive Philadelphia L.E.A.D.S Swag ( Sweatshirts, t-shirts, giveaways and more!)
 
5) Snacks and drinks provided during each session
 
6) Enrich your student experience at Community College of Philadelphia.
 
7) Have LOTS OF FUN, MAKE LIFE LONG FRIENDS AND MEMORIES!  

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Grady’s Community Garden, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9099499

1:00pm
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Note-Taking Strategies and Study Skills

Note-Taking Strategies and Study Skills

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Teaching participants how to take and use their notes to create effective study strategies. 

Hosted by: Counseling Center

Online Location: https://bit.ly/3tCMLgL

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9797397

2:00pm
Event Location:
 
Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

DO YOU NEED A PLACE TO DISCUSS AND SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES ABOUT ADDICTION OR RECOVERY EROM SUBSTANCE USE?Join our weekly support group for a place to share and listen.No commitment necessary.
Virtual early evening group, Thursdays , 4-5p  (On Zoom)
In-person group, Tuesdays, 4p-5p,  in S2-08 (Winnet Student Life Bldg)

Hosted by: Office of Collegiate Recovery

Online Location: https://ccp.zoom.us/j/94395180103?pwd=akNGRVFnNXZuYjFFUVBvUnlzNW5tQT09

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9666131

4:00pm
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Get a Free Massage - CCP Massage Therapy Student Clinic

Get a Free Massage - CCP Massage Therapy Student Clinic

Friday, February 2, 2024 - 9:30am to 2:45pm

Schedule an appointment now for our CCP Massage Therapy student clinic. Students will provide complimentary 60-minute table massages. All appointments are available at the Northeast Regional Center, 12901 Townsend Road, Philadelphia, PA 19154.Schedule a massage here *Registration links will open 2 weeks prior to the clinic date. Please arrive 10 minutes before your appointment time. You will be asked to complete an intake and consent for care form.

Hosted by: Corporate Solutions

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9815046

9:30am
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Gamer Alliance February 2024 Meetings

Gamer Alliance February 2024 Meetings

Friday, February 2, 2024 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Join us at our Gamer Alliance Club meetings for February 2024 and have some fun playing games with other students at the Community College of Philadelphia. You'll be able to meet new people, play board games from our extensive library, and play retro video games like Pac-Man and Mario Kart on emulators. We have multiple TVs to connect your own systems to if you are interested in sharing your favorites, too! The club is planning its first major public event, so if you are interested in getting involved now is the perfect time to stop on by and share your ideas.
The Gaming Alliance Club is also a place where you can learn to play particular board games. Below is a schedule of board game demos for February 2024:
Feb. 2: Klask
Feb. 9: Kitten
Feb. 16: Sprawlopolis
Feb. 23: Tinderblox
There will be cookies for those looking to have a light snack while gaming. Hope to see you there!

Hosted by: Gamer Alliance Club

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9850740

12:00pm
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First Friday Art Department Gathering in Old City

First Friday Art Department Gathering in Old City

Friday, February 2, 2024 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm

The CCP Art & Design Department will gather in Old City Philadelphia this Friday February 2nd for visiting art galleries celebrating the First Friday of the month. Art galleries remain open to the public throughout the evening. All students are welcome. Those interested in attending will meet at 6:00 PM at the Starbucks Coffee located at 3rd & Arch Sts. Visits to the galleries will last about an hour and the event is free!

Hosted by: Creative Arts Academic Pathway

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9846670

6:00pm
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Period Product Drive

Period Product Drive

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 12:00am to Friday, May 3, 2024 - 11:59pm

The Period Poverty Project is a student-led period advocacy group with the purpose of providing students with free and accessible menstrual products. Drop-off locations are available in the Women's Center (S3-09), Single Stop (M1-21), and the Counseling Center (BG-07). Donations can be dropped off any time until the end of the spring semester.
 
This event was made possible with the support of the Parx Casino Leadership Development Scholarship program.

Hosted by: Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9885633

12:00am
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Black History Month Reading Resources

Black History Month Reading Resources

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 9:00am to Friday, March 1, 2024 - 5:00pm

Virtual Reading Library
African Glory -J.C. Degraft-Johnson
African Origins Of The Major Western Religions -Yosef Ben Jochannan
Africans At The Crossroads -Dr. John Henrik Clarke
Before The Mayflower -Lerone Bennet, Jr.
Black Labor, White Wealth - The Search For Power And Economic Justice -Claud Anderson, Ed. D.
Blueprint For Black Power -Amos Wilson
Breaking The Chains Of Psychological Slavery -Na'im Akbar
Chains And Images Of Psychological Slavery -Dr. Na'im Akbar
Civilization Or Barbarism -Cheikh Anta Diop
Criminalizing A Race -Charshee C. L. McIntyre
From "Superman" To Man -J.A. Rogers
From Babylon To Timbuktu -Rudolph Windsor
From Columbus To Castro -Eric Williams
How Europe Underdeveloped Africa - Walter Rodney.
Introduction To African Civilization -John G. Jackson
Isis Papers -Frances Cress Welsing
Man, God And Civilization -John G. Jackson
Precolonial Black Africa -Cheikh Anta Diop
Stolen Legacy -George James
The African Origin Of Civilization -Cheikh Anta Diop
The Afrocentric Idea -Molefi Kete Asante
The Black Jacobins -C.L.R. James
The Community Of Self -Dr. Na'im Akbar
The Destruction Of Black Civilization -Chancellor Williams
The Mis-Education Of The Negro -Carter G. Woodson
The Philosophy & Opinions Of Marcus Garvey -Amy Jacques Garvey
The Shaping Of Black America -Lerone Bennett, Jr.
The Wretched Of The Earth -Frantz Fanon
They Came Before Columbus -Ivan Van Sertima
What They Never Taught You In History Class -Indus Khamit Kush
Wonderful Ethiopians Of The Ancient Cushite Empire -Drusilla Dunjee Houston

Credit: Professor James Small, https://www.facebook.com/ProfJamesSmallAfricanWorld
‘Those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it.’
 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9653995

9:00am
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Love Yourself

Love Yourself

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 12:00pm to Wednesday, February 14, 2024 - 3:00pm

Love Yourself Valentine's Table Event sponsored by the Office of Collegiate Recovery

Hosted by: Office of Collegiate Recovery

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9879854

12:00pm
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Virtual Office Hour with the 2nd Vice President

Virtual Office Hour with the 2nd Vice President

Monday, February 5, 2024 - 1:00pm to 6:00pm

The Student Government Association (SGA) offers an ideal opportunity to hone leadership skills through its commitment to upholding the daily mission of Community College of Philadelphia. SGA’s legislative, educational, cultural and leadership activities help students to be informed, concerned citizens and active participants in the cultural life of the city. The SGA executive board consists of 10 officers, including a President and two Vice Presidents, three Senator-At-Large Main Campus, four Regional Center Senators, Senator-At-Large Regional Centers, Senator North East Regional Center, Senator North West Regional Center, and Senator West Regional Center elected by the student body. Serving with them are the Marketing Secretary, Recording Secretary, Treasurer Secretary and Event Coordinator. New members are elected each year!
 
 
 

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Online Location: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/organization/sga

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9806371

1:00pm
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Dual Admissions Transfer Fair

Dual Admissions Transfer Fair

Tuesday, February 6, 2024 - 10:30am to 1:00pm

Visit with Representatives of all Dual Admissions institutions to learn about your transfer and scholarship opportunities. These agreements are designed to assist students who earn an appropriate associate degree to transfer to one of these four-year institutions. Each dual admissions partner institution guarantees admissions with junior standing for approved matching majors into the institution on the condition that students meet all the requirements.
 
Alvernia University • Arcadia University • Chestnut Hill College • Cheyney University • Drexel University •Eastern University • Harrisburg University of Science and Technology • Holy Family University •Immaculata University • Kutztown University • La Salle University • Lincoln University • Peirce College • Rosemont College • Rutgers University-Camden • Saint Joseph’s University • Shippensburg University • Temple University • Wilmington University
 
Plan ahead, make a list of questions and then ask about their academic programs, admissions policies, and campus life. Don’t forget to ask about the Dual Admissions scholarships.
Check out the Transfer Opportunities pages for general information.
Location: Main Campus, Bonnell Building, Ground Floor Lobby

Hosted by: Counseling Center, Department of Academic Advising , Transfer Opportunities

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9703209

10:30am
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Time Management Tips for Online Classes

Time Management Tips for Online Classes

Tuesday, February 6, 2024 - 11:00am to 11:30am

This brief workshop will help you succeed in online classes and in a virtual school environment.

Hosted by: Counseling Center

Online Location: https://bit.ly/4aPdZBu

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9797625

11:00am
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In -Person Office hours with the 2nd Vice President

In -Person Office hours with the 2nd Vice President

Tuesday, February 6, 2024 - 2:00pm to 7:00pm

Come Join the 2nd Vice President in the Library besides the Saxby's Café in the Mint Building.
The Student Government Association (SGA) offers an ideal opportunity to hone leadership skills through its commitment to upholding the daily mission of Community College of Philadelphia. SGA’s legislative, educational, cultural and leadership activities help students to be informed, concerned citizens and active participants in the cultural life of the city. The SGA executive board consists of 10 officers, including a President and two Vice Presidents, three Senator-At-Large Main Campus, four Regional Center Senators, Senator-At-Large Regional Centers, Senator North East Regional Center, Senator North West Regional Center, and Senator West Regional Center elected by the student body. Serving with them are the Marketing Secretary, Recording Secretary, Treasurer Secretary and Event Coordinator. New members are elected each year!
 
 

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9806467

2:00pm
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Information Session: Bucknell Community College Scholars Program

Information Session: Bucknell Community College Scholars Program

Tuesday, February 6, 2024 - 2:30pm to 4:00pm

What’s Next After CCP?Find out about a unique scholarship opportunity at Bucknell University!Attend this information session to learn about how to apply for the selective Bucknell University Community College Scholars Program (BCCSP).
Selected students participate in a free on campus six-week summer session that starts June 2024 and may be eligible to receive a full tuition scholarship (worth almost $65,000/year) for two years of full-time enrollment upon transfer to Bucknell after earning their associate degree.
To qualify for the 2024 BCCSP Summer experience, students must be enrolled in an A.A. or A.S. degree program AND have a cumulative CCP GPA of about 3.5 or higher on at least 12 earned college credits by January 15, or up to 35 earned college credits by May 15, 2024. The financial eligibility requirement is an AGI of no more than $95,000 for dependent students, $60,000 for married students and $40,000 for independent students.
Both sessions will be held virtually AND in the Counseling Center (BG-07) on Main Campus at the following two dates and times (you only need to attend one of these two):

Tues, Feb 6 from 2:30pm to 4pm
Wed, Feb 7 from 10am to 11:30am

If you cannot attend either information session but are still interested, contact Sandra Gonzalez-Torres at BCCSP@ccp.edu.For more information go to: www.bucknell.edu/communitycollegescholars.
 

Hosted by: Counseling Center, Department of Academic Advising , Honors Club of Community College of Philadelphia, Phi Theta Kappa, Rho Upsilon Chapter, Transfer Opportunities

Online Location: https://ccp.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAkd-6vrj4tHdLAU66_StMCdzKkd1lVguxp

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9703146

2:30pm
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Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Tuesday, February 6, 2024 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

DO YOU NEED A PLACE TO DISCUSS AND SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES ABOUT ADDICTION OR RECOVERY EROM SUBSTANCE USE?Join our weekly support group for a place to share and listen.No commitment necessary.
Virtual early evening group, Thursdays , 4-5p  (On Zoom)
In-person group, Tuesdays, 4p-5p,  in S2-08 (Winnet Student Life Bldg)

Hosted by: Office of Collegiate Recovery

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9666132

4:00pm
Event Location:
 
Information Session: Bucknell Community College Scholars Program

Information Session: Bucknell Community College Scholars Program

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 - 10:00am to 11:30am

What’s Next After CCP?Find out about a unique scholarship opportunity at Bucknell University!Attend this information session to learn about how to apply for the selective Bucknell University Community College Scholars Program (BCCSP).
Selected students participate in a free on campus six-week summer session that starts June 2024 and may be eligible to receive a full tuition scholarship (worth almost $65,000/year) for two years of full-time enrollment upon transfer to Bucknell after earning their associate degree.
To qualify for the 2024 BCCSP Summer experience, students must be enrolled in an A.A. or A.S. degree program AND have a cumulative CCP GPA of about 3.5 or higher on at least 12 earned college credits by January 15, or up to 35 earned college credits by May 15, 2024. The financial eligibility requirement is an AGI of no more than $95,000 for dependent students, $60,000 for married students and $40,000 for independent students.
Both sessions will be held virtually AND in the Counseling Center (BG-07) on Main Campus at the following two dates and times (you only need to attend one of these two):

Tues, Feb 6 from 2:30pm to 4pm
Wed, Feb 7 from 10am to 11:30am

If you cannot attend either information session but are still interested, contact Sandra Gonzalez-Torres at BCCSP@ccp.edu.For more information go to: www.bucknell.edu/communitycollegescholars.
 

Hosted by: Counseling Center, Department of Academic Advising , Honors Club of Community College of Philadelphia, Phi Theta Kappa, Rho Upsilon Chapter, Transfer Opportunities

Online Location: https://ccp.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEvd-6oqTwuHdR8JNqSu5QmxAoJ5ihO5rEI

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9703147

10:00am
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Popcorn Wednesday's NERC

Popcorn Wednesday's NERC

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

Students- Love the Experience at CCP!!!
Join The office of Student Engagement for Popcorn Wednesday's which will include information from a different guest department monthly. This is a chance for students to get information about services on campus that they may not be aware of and engage with their peers in a social setting. 
 
Location: NERC - Front Lobby 
Guest Department- LGBTQ
Find out how to get more involved or contact us if you would like to join our Student Engagement team! 
 
Dionne Easton, M.S., Coordinator, Student Engagement, Regional Centers, deaston@ccp.edu  
 
Division of Student Development

Hosted by: Northeast Regional Center (NERC), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development, Office of Student Engagement - Regional Centers

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9689570

11:00am
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Saxbys Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!

Saxbys Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 - 11:00am to 12:00pm

Do you know the history of coffee? Find out HERE
Coffee has come a long way from its birthplace in the hills of Ethiopia. Today, you’ll find it growing and being sipped all over the world.
Yes, it's in AFRICA! 
On 2/7 and 2/13, 11-12pm - Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!  Meet up at Saxby's and join the cool crowd ( CCP Faculty, Staff and Students and perhaps a special guest) to have a lively discussion about the current state of Black Folks and/or your favorite book by a Black author over Free Coffee!  Remember you can go to the CCP Library and check out a book from the Black History Month book display.  
Questions? Jenavia Weaver, Director,Student Engagement, studentdevelopment@ccp.edu 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Library, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9817398

11:00am
Event Location:
 
Saxbys Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!

Saxbys Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 - 11:00am to 12:00pm

Do you know the history of coffee? Find out HERE
Coffee has come a long way from its birthplace in the hills of Ethiopia. Today, you’ll find it growing and being sipped all over the world.
Yes, it's in AFRICA! 
On 2/7 and 2/13, 11-12pm - Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!  Meet up at Saxby's and join the cool crowd ( CCP Faculty, Staff and Students and perhaps a special guest) to have a lively discussion about the current state of Black Folks and/or your favorite book by a Black author over Free Coffee!  Remember you can go to the CCP Library and check out a book from the Black History Month book display.  
Questions? Jenavia Weaver, Director,Student Engagement, studentdevelopment@ccp.edu 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Library, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9817400

11:00am
Event Location:
 
Biology Club Meeting

Biology Club Meeting

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 - 11:00am to 12:00pm

Come to the Biology Club's meeting on Wednesday 2/7 at 11am in W3-69.  During this meeting, we will discuss...
1. Ideas and plans for the spring semester
2. Club leadership
3. Ideas and plans for next year
 
If you can't attend but have ideas, please email Dr. Tront - jtront@ccp.edu

Hosted by: Biology Club

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9871954

11:00am
Event Location:
 
Tai Chi and Breathing Exercise

Tai Chi and Breathing Exercise

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Release stress & anxiety, improve your digestive system, get in touch with your inner self & create a peaceful mind.

Hosted by: Counseling Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9797673

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
Adopt-A-School Program Information Session @ Main Campus

Adopt-A-School Program Information Session @ Main Campus

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Come learn about the Adopt-A-School Program and how you can get involved as a K-12 grade tutor! Come with your questions and receive one-on-one support with your application and background clearances. 
 
What to expect during the info session:
 
- Adopt-A-School Program overview
- Learn more about our virtual and in-person opportunities as well as Federal Work Study (FWS)
- Assistance with the application process
- Assistance in obtaining your background clearances
- And more!
 
Reach out to Olivia Edwards, Community Engagement Specialist, with questions at oedwards@ccp.edu

Hosted by: Institute for Community Engagement and Civic Leadership

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9879259

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
WTS Mentor Mixer

WTS Mentor Mixer

Wednesday, February 7, 2024 - 5:30pm to 7:30pm

The WTS Philadelphia Student Chapter is excited to announce the start of the 2024 Mentor Program! Each year, this program helps connect college students from undergraduate to PhD candidates with professionals in our industry. We know the value of having mentors in our professional careers and the value they can bring to you as you progress through school and into the next chapters of your career path.
 
The program will kick off with a Mentor Mixer on Wednesday, February 7th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at McCormick Taylor’s office in Philadelphia.
 
WTS Student Chapter Mentor Mixer Event and Mentor Program Registration: HERE

Hosted by: Division of Business and Technology

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9751467

5:30pm
Event Location:
 
Office Hours with our Northeast Regional Center Senator

Office Hours with our Northeast Regional Center Senator

Thursday, February 8, 2024 - 9:00am to Friday, February 9, 2024 - 11:00am

Stop by and discuss any concerns or issues regarding NERC!

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9901998

9:00am
 
 
DO MORE! @ CCP. How to get involved outside of class. Student Club and Organization Training Sessions.

DO MORE! @ CCP. How to get involved outside of class. Learn about student programs, clubs, leadership development, organizations, and much more! 
All sessions are on a Thursday 10-11 am. Join us virtually or in - person.   
Sep 28, 2023 10:00 AMOct 5, 2023 10:00 AM  Oct 12, 2023 10:00 AMOct 19, 2023 10:00 AMOct 26, 2023 10:00 AMNov 9, 2023 10:00 AMDec 7, 2023 10:00 AMFeb 1, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 8, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 15, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 22, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 29, 2023 10:00 AM
Virtual: Webinar Zoom link. https://ccp.zoom.us/j/95299437004
In-person. Location Winnet Student Life Building, Center for Student Leadership Development, S1-12 
Sessions begin Thursday, September 28, 2023, to February 29, 2024. 
Zoom and in-person sessions will introduce all of the CSLD programs and provide links for Pride Portal Training (How to register the Org/Club; How to set up a Zoom and in-person meetings; all the “How To's” provided links/videos from Campus labs provides as a resource; provide guidance/suggestions on how to create engaging programs for their particular cohorts; manage student clubs online and answer in-person questions. 
Note: To Start a Club:
* 4 Currently enrolled students, each with min. 2.5 GPA. New students are exempt from the GPA requirement.   
* All students and club advisors who wish to start a club or re-activate must attend at least one session. Each club must have at least 2 members and the Club Advisor attend ( *Only CCP Staff, Administrator, and Faculty employees are eligible to be club and or organization advisors)
* Advisors must send in proof of enrollment and GPA by attaching the BANNER screen printout.  SFAREGQ FOR ENROLLMENT AND SHATERM FOR G.P.A. -or- THE STUDENT DATA FORM WHICH ALSO SHOWS ENROLLMENT AND G.P.A. EMAIL jjweaver@CCP.EDU 
* Each year, the last day to activate a student club is the Friday prior to Spring Break.  The last training session will be held Thursday, 2/29/24. The deadline to complete all criteria is Friday, 3/1/24. 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Online Location: https://ccp.zoom.us/j/95299437004

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9177701

10:00am
Event Location:
 
Black History Month Trivia NERC

Black History Month Trivia NERC

Thursday, February 8, 2024 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

Students join the Office of Student Engagement for Black History Month Trivia. Stop by the table to take a spin on the wheel and answer fun facts about the African American Culture.

Prizes include: Books by African American Authors 

Hosted by: Northeast Regional Center (NERC), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development, Office of Student Engagement - Regional Centers

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9688712

11:00am
Event Location:
 
Women's Center: Create and Connect

Women's Center: Create and Connect

Thursday, February 8, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Friendship and conversation for the girls, gays, and theys. 

Join us for a weekly drop-in meetup to work on creative projects and build connections in a fun low-pressure setting! This is a space to share your lived experiences, support each other, connect with wellness services, and decompress.

Hosted by: Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9836133

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
The MisEducation of the Negro

The MisEducation of the Negro

Thursday, February 8, 2024 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm

2/8, 12-2 pm - Mis-Education of the Negro by Carter G. Woodson Kahoot, Great Hall, S2-19. The Mis-Education of the Negro by Carter G. Woodson presentation, sponsored by, the Office of Student Engagement/Center of Student Leadership & Development.  Learn the true meaning of Dr. Woodson's impression of how the Negro was miseducation. Lunch served and win prizes. Carl A. Jones,author, film maker and, Center for Male Engagement Support Coach will be moderating the event. Test your knowledge of how much you know or how much you don't know about the author and the founding father of Black History Month.

Hosted by: Center for Male Engagement

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9903593

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
Time Management

Time Management

Thursday, February 8, 2024 - 1:30pm to 2:30pm

This workshop will help you manage your time using various tools & organization strategies.

Hosted by: Counseling Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9797751

1:30pm
Event Location:
 
Grady's Community Garden Schedule of Events Fall '23- Spring '24 - Let's Grow Together!

Grady’s Community Garden
Schedule of events 

The healthy initiative and part of the Food Collaborative along with Snack Rack Food Pantry
 
Volunteer Days - Garden maintenance (pruning, watering and cleaning the garden) Each Tuesday & Wednesday 10-3pm
THE GARDEN IS LOCATED BETWEEN THE BONNELL BUILDING AND THE OPEN PARKING LOT ON 17TH STREET. LOOK FOR THE BRIGHT YELLOW AND BLACK SIGNS!    
Special Event:  Tuesday, October 11, 2023, 11-2pm
Grady Community Garden is 5 years old! Come Celebrate with us! Food, Fun and Help plant the winter crops!         
 
Regular Student Fresh Produce and Crop Harvest Days
On Thursdays @ 1:30 *until supplies last
September 28th
October 12th and 26th
November 9th
December 7th
January 25th
February 8th and 22nd
March 14th and 28th
April 19th- IN HONOR OF EARTH DAY.  WE ARE CELEBRATING EARLY!
 
 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Grady’s Community Garden, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development, Snack Rack

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9181988

1:30pm
Event Location:
 
Trans and Gender Nonconforming Student Support Group

Trans and Gender Nonconforming Student Support Group

Thursday, February 8, 2024 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm

A weekly drop-in social support group for trans and gender non-conforming students. Get support, learn how to advocate or yourself, or even commiserate with others who understand. Topics vary from week to week based on what the group wants to discuss.
After 2/8 we are moving to Mondays at 3pm!

Hosted by: Counseling Center, MarcDavid LGBTQ Center, Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9918670

3:00pm
Event Location:
 
Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Thursday, February 8, 2024 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

DO YOU NEED A PLACE TO DISCUSS AND SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES ABOUT ADDICTION OR RECOVERY EROM SUBSTANCE USE?Join our weekly support group for a place to share and listen.No commitment necessary.
Virtual early evening group, Thursdays , 4-5p  (On Zoom)
In-person group, Tuesdays, 4p-5p,  in S2-08 (Winnet Student Life Bldg)

Hosted by: Office of Collegiate Recovery

Online Location: https://ccp.zoom.us/j/94395180103?pwd=akNGRVFnNXZuYjFFUVBvUnlzNW5tQT09

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9666133

4:00pm
Event Location:
 
Queer Student Union Weekly Meetings

Queer Student Union Weekly Meetings

Thursday, February 8, 2024 - 4:30pm to 5:30pm

The Queer Student Union (QSU) meets twice per week, Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30pm in S2-08. Drop by and say hello!

Hosted by: MarcDavid LGBTQ Center, Queer Student Union

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9918619

4:30pm
Event Location:
 
Get a Free Massage - CCP Massage Therapy Student Clinic

Get a Free Massage - CCP Massage Therapy Student Clinic

Friday, February 9, 2024 - 9:30am to 2:45pm

Schedule an appointment now for our CCP Massage Therapy student clinic. Students will provide complimentary 60-minute table massages. All appointments are available at the Northeast Regional Center, 12901 Townsend Road, Philadelphia, PA 19154.Schedule a massage here *Registration links will open 2 weeks prior to the clinic date. Please arrive 10 minutes before your appointment time. You will be asked to complete an intake and consent for care form.

Hosted by: Corporate Solutions

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9815047

9:30am
Event Location:
 
Office Hours with our Northeast Regional Center Senator

Office Hours with our Northeast Regional Center Senator

Friday, February 9, 2024 - 10:00am to 3:00pm

Stop by and discuss any concerns or issues regarding NERC!

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9901997

10:00am
Event Location:
 
Gamer Alliance February 2024 Meetings

Gamer Alliance February 2024 Meetings

Friday, February 9, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Join us at our Gamer Alliance Club meetings for February 2024 and have some fun playing games with other students at the Community College of Philadelphia. You'll be able to meet new people, play board games from our extensive library, and play retro video games like Pac-Man and Mario Kart on emulators. We have multiple TVs to connect your own systems to if you are interested in sharing your favorites, too! The club is planning its first major public event, so if you are interested in getting involved now is the perfect time to stop on by and share your ideas.
The Gaming Alliance Club is also a place where you can learn to play particular board games. Below is a schedule of board game demos for February 2024:
Feb. 2: Klask
Feb. 9: Kitten
Feb. 16: Sprawlopolis
Feb. 23: Tinderblox
There will be cookies for those looking to have a light snack while gaming. Hope to see you there!

Hosted by: Gamer Alliance Club

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9850741

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
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Period Product Drive

Period Product Drive

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 12:00am to Friday, May 3, 2024 - 11:59pm

The Period Poverty Project is a student-led period advocacy group with the purpose of providing students with free and accessible menstrual products. Drop-off locations are available in the Women's Center (S3-09), Single Stop (M1-21), and the Counseling Center (BG-07). Donations can be dropped off any time until the end of the spring semester.
 
This event was made possible with the support of the Parx Casino Leadership Development Scholarship program.

Hosted by: Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9885633

12:00am
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Black History Month Reading Resources

Black History Month Reading Resources

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 9:00am to Friday, March 1, 2024 - 5:00pm

Virtual Reading Library
African Glory -J.C. Degraft-Johnson
African Origins Of The Major Western Religions -Yosef Ben Jochannan
Africans At The Crossroads -Dr. John Henrik Clarke
Before The Mayflower -Lerone Bennet, Jr.
Black Labor, White Wealth - The Search For Power And Economic Justice -Claud Anderson, Ed. D.
Blueprint For Black Power -Amos Wilson
Breaking The Chains Of Psychological Slavery -Na'im Akbar
Chains And Images Of Psychological Slavery -Dr. Na'im Akbar
Civilization Or Barbarism -Cheikh Anta Diop
Criminalizing A Race -Charshee C. L. McIntyre
From "Superman" To Man -J.A. Rogers
From Babylon To Timbuktu -Rudolph Windsor
From Columbus To Castro -Eric Williams
How Europe Underdeveloped Africa - Walter Rodney.
Introduction To African Civilization -John G. Jackson
Isis Papers -Frances Cress Welsing
Man, God And Civilization -John G. Jackson
Precolonial Black Africa -Cheikh Anta Diop
Stolen Legacy -George James
The African Origin Of Civilization -Cheikh Anta Diop
The Afrocentric Idea -Molefi Kete Asante
The Black Jacobins -C.L.R. James
The Community Of Self -Dr. Na'im Akbar
The Destruction Of Black Civilization -Chancellor Williams
The Mis-Education Of The Negro -Carter G. Woodson
The Philosophy & Opinions Of Marcus Garvey -Amy Jacques Garvey
The Shaping Of Black America -Lerone Bennett, Jr.
The Wretched Of The Earth -Frantz Fanon
They Came Before Columbus -Ivan Van Sertima
What They Never Taught You In History Class -Indus Khamit Kush
Wonderful Ethiopians Of The Ancient Cushite Empire -Drusilla Dunjee Houston

Credit: Professor James Small, https://www.facebook.com/ProfJamesSmallAfricanWorld
‘Those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it.’
 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9653995

9:00am
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Love Yourself

Love Yourself

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 12:00pm to Wednesday, February 14, 2024 - 3:00pm

Love Yourself Valentine's Table Event sponsored by the Office of Collegiate Recovery

Hosted by: Office of Collegiate Recovery

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9879854

12:00pm
 
 
Get a Free Massage - CCP Massage Therapy Student Clinic

Get a Free Massage - CCP Massage Therapy Student Clinic

Friday, February 16, 2024 - 9:30am to 2:45pm

Schedule an appointment now for our CCP Massage Therapy student clinic. Students will provide complimentary 60-minute table massages. All appointments are available at the Northeast Regional Center, 12901 Townsend Road, Philadelphia, PA 19154.Schedule a massage here *Registration links will open 2 weeks prior to the clinic date. Please arrive 10 minutes before your appointment time. You will be asked to complete an intake and consent for care form.

Hosted by: Corporate Solutions

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9815048

9:30am
Event Location:
 
Gamer Alliance February 2024 Meetings

Gamer Alliance February 2024 Meetings

Friday, February 16, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Join us at our Gamer Alliance Club meetings for February 2024 and have some fun playing games with other students at the Community College of Philadelphia. You'll be able to meet new people, play board games from our extensive library, and play retro video games like Pac-Man and Mario Kart on emulators. We have multiple TVs to connect your own systems to if you are interested in sharing your favorites, too! The club is planning its first major public event, so if you are interested in getting involved now is the perfect time to stop on by and share your ideas.
The Gaming Alliance Club is also a place where you can learn to play particular board games. Below is a schedule of board game demos for February 2024:
Feb. 2: Klask
Feb. 9: Kitten
Feb. 16: Sprawlopolis
Feb. 23: Tinderblox
There will be cookies for those looking to have a light snack while gaming. Hope to see you there!

Hosted by: Gamer Alliance Club

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9850742

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
President Martin's office hours

President Martin's office hours

Friday, February 16, 2024 - 3:45pm to 4:45pm

President Kahneef Martin will be holding office hours from 3:45 PM to 5:00 PM, offering a dedicated time for students to voice their questions, ideas, or concerns directly. This initiative is part of President Martin's commitment to ensuring open communication and responsiveness to the student body's needs. The office hours serve as an accessible platform for students to seek assistance, share innovative ideas, or discuss any issues they face. President Martin is eager to listen, provide support, and work collaboratively with students to enhance their experience and address challenges within the campus community. All students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to engage with their SGA president and contribute to the ongoing dialogue aimed at improving their campus life.

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9937130

3:45pm
Event Location:
 
 
 
Trans and Gender Nonconforming Student Support Group

Trans and Gender Nonconforming Student Support Group

Monday, February 12, 2024 - 3:00pm to Thursday, February 15, 2024 - 4:00pm

A weekly drop-in social support group for trans and gender non-conforming students. Get support, learn how to advocate or yourself, or even commiserate with others who understand. Topics vary from week to week based on what the group wants to discuss.
After 2/8 we are moving to Mondays at 3pm!

Hosted by: Counseling Center, MarcDavid LGBTQ Center, Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9918671

3:00pm
 
CORE Survivor Group

CORE Survivor Group

Monday, February 12, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

A supportive online community for trauma survivors and their loved ones.

If you or a loved one are dealing with the aftermath of trauma, CORE is a great resource to better understand and manage your emotions. Join us in a safe space where you can talk through common feelings after trauma, build coping skills, establish healthy boundaries, and more.
Guided by WOAR Crisis Advocates, CORE is a 10-session online program that covers topics related to trauma and healing. You can attend every session or only select the ones that are most useful to you.
 
Sessions run from 12-1:30 pm on Mondays via Zoom. This group starts on Monday, February 12th.
 
**There will be no group on February 19th due to Presidents' Day.

Hosted by: Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Online Location: https://woar-org.zoom.us/j/82028091401

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9836316

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
Virtual Office Hour with the 2nd Vice President

Virtual Office Hour with the 2nd Vice President

Monday, February 12, 2024 - 1:00pm to 6:00pm

The Student Government Association (SGA) offers an ideal opportunity to hone leadership skills through its commitment to upholding the daily mission of Community College of Philadelphia. SGA’s legislative, educational, cultural and leadership activities help students to be informed, concerned citizens and active participants in the cultural life of the city. The SGA executive board consists of 10 officers, including a President and two Vice Presidents, three Senator-At-Large Main Campus, four Regional Center Senators, Senator-At-Large Regional Centers, Senator North East Regional Center, Senator North West Regional Center, and Senator West Regional Center elected by the student body. Serving with them are the Marketing Secretary, Recording Secretary, Treasurer Secretary and Event Coordinator. New members are elected each year!
 
 
 

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Online Location: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/organization/sga

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9806372

1:00pm
Event Location:
 
Queer Student Union Weekly Meetings

Queer Student Union Weekly Meetings

Monday, February 12, 2024 - 4:30pm to 5:30pm

The Queer Student Union (QSU) meets twice per week, Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30pm in S2-08. Drop by and say hello!

Hosted by: MarcDavid LGBTQ Center, Queer Student Union

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9918620

4:30pm
Event Location:
 
Happy Valentine's Day - Build a Lion CATC

Happy Valentine's Day - Build a Lion CATC

Tuesday, February 13, 2024 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

Students, join us on a day filled with Love as we build a "Lion" teddy bear and learn about self love  and what that means. 
One per student only, while supplies last. 
Information on Self Love provided by the Counseling Department 
 
Where:  1st Floor Lobby 
Time: 11am-1pm- while supplies last 

Hosted by: Career and Advanced Technology Center/West Regional Center (CATC/WERC), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development, Office of Student Engagement - Regional Centers

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9689034

11:00am
Event Location:
 
Saxbys Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!

Saxbys Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!

Tuesday, February 13, 2024 - 11:00am to 12:00pm

Do you know the history of coffee? Find out HERE
Coffee has come a long way from its birthplace in the hills of Ethiopia. Today, you’ll find it growing and being sipped all over the world.
Yes, it's in AFRICA! 
On 2/7 and 2/13, 11-12pm - Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!  Meet up at Saxby's and join the cool crowd ( CCP Faculty, Staff and Students and perhaps a special guest) to have a lively discussion about the current state of Black Folks and/or your favorite book by a Black author over Free Coffee!  Remember you can go to the CCP Library and check out a book from the Black History Month book display.  
Questions? Jenavia Weaver, Director,Student Engagement, studentdevelopment@ccp.edu 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Library, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9817399

11:00am
Event Location:
 
All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for February

All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for February

Tuesday, February 13, 2024 - 11:00am to 12:00pm

Join the All Black Students Alliance for Black History Month! 
Members and anyone interested in becoming a new member. Members remember to wear your All Black Students Alliance hoodie.   
2/13, 11-12 pm - Saxbys Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!  Meet up at Saxby's and join the cool crowd ( CCP Faculty, Staff, Students and perhaps a special guest) to have a lively discussion about the current state of Black Folks and/or your favorite book by a Black author over Free Coffee!  Remember you can go to the CCP Library and check out a book from the Black History Month book display.  Look out for the discussion corner to swipe in, join the discussion and get free coffee voucher. 
2/14, 12-1:30 - Free College-wide Black History Luncheon, Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. RSVP HERE.
2/14, 12pm  until supplies last. Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. Look for the table display. Celebrate Akoma Day! Nya Akoma (pronounced N yah Ah coma) is the greeting for Akoma Day also known as Black Love Day, which means get a heart, be patient, and return to love. Akoma Day is an intentional cultural and spiritual alternative to Valentine's Day. The focus of Akoma Day is the intimate relationship and how that relationship creates family, neighborhood, community and nationhood.
2/20, 11 a.m. Black History Month Fireside Chat with Dr. Generals, President, Community College of Philadelphia, Winnet Building Lobby
2/20, 4:10-6:20, Hip Hop. Still standing! Commemorating Hip Hop. 50+ years. Come celebrate with the pioneers from Philadelphia, Spring Garden Records Studio, M2-08
2/21, 12- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board Tribute to Malcolm X.   The X Factor. A discussion about the life and legacy of Malcolm X. Brother Eric K. Grimes, Speaker and other guest. Winnet Building Lobby. Coffee, Food and Snacks served.
2/22, 11-2 pm - Grady's Community Garden Food Sovereignty Winter Crop Harvest, Volunteer Day. Spring crop planting and fresh produce and the produce and fruit giveaway stats at 1:30 until supplies last. Located at Grady's Community Garden. Planting traditional crops grown in the African Diaspora.  Come and let's grow together! 
2/27, 11- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board, Afro Beat Day Party, Featuring  Yazirdadeejay. Winnet Courtyard. Rain location Winnet Lobby. Come get your dance on! Chill! Relax! Food and Drinks served.    
2/28, 11-1 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board hosts the Black Faculty and Staff Alliance Dining with the African Diaspora, Winnet Lobby. Come sample the rich and tasty food from the different parts of the African diaspora. The African Diaspora speaks of the worldwide collection of communities and people descending from Africa still living in Africa, the U.S., the Caribbean and any land where African slaves were. 
2/29, 11-2 pm, The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair, Bonnell Lobby The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair ( BWW&H Fair) is a celebration of the C.R.O.W.N Act (Creating a Respectful Open World for Natural Hair). Hair is a centerpiece of Black culture; it’s a symbol of identity, resistance, creative expression and freedom.  The fair will consist of community wellness ( Spirit, Mind and Body) partners along with Black haircare professionals as hair is understood as an essential component of a Black woman's wellness. Guest Speaker - Philadelphia Councilmember Kendra Brooks. 
 
Questions? Dr. Anya Love, alove@ccp.edu
Faculty Advisor

Hosted by: All Black Student Alliance ( Black Student Union), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9927409

11:00am
Event Location:
 
In -Person Office hours with the 2nd Vice President

In -Person Office hours with the 2nd Vice President

Tuesday, February 13, 2024 - 2:00pm to 7:00pm

Come Join the 2nd Vice President in the Library besides the Saxby's Café in the Mint Building.
The Student Government Association (SGA) offers an ideal opportunity to hone leadership skills through its commitment to upholding the daily mission of Community College of Philadelphia. SGA’s legislative, educational, cultural and leadership activities help students to be informed, concerned citizens and active participants in the cultural life of the city. The SGA executive board consists of 10 officers, including a President and two Vice Presidents, three Senator-At-Large Main Campus, four Regional Center Senators, Senator-At-Large Regional Centers, Senator North East Regional Center, Senator North West Regional Center, and Senator West Regional Center elected by the student body. Serving with them are the Marketing Secretary, Recording Secretary, Treasurer Secretary and Event Coordinator. New members are elected each year!
 
 

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9806468

2:00pm
Event Location:
 
Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Tuesday, February 13, 2024 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

DO YOU NEED A PLACE TO DISCUSS AND SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES ABOUT ADDICTION OR RECOVERY EROM SUBSTANCE USE?Join our weekly support group for a place to share and listen.No commitment necessary.
Virtual early evening group, Thursdays , 4-5p  (On Zoom)
In-person group, Tuesdays, 4p-5p,  in S2-08 (Winnet Student Life Bldg)

Hosted by: Office of Collegiate Recovery

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9666134

4:00pm
Event Location:
 
Happy Valentine's Day - Build a Lion NERC

Happy Valentine's Day - Build a Lion NERC

Wednesday, February 14, 2024 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

Students, join us on a day filled with Love as we build a "Lion" teddy bear and learn about self love  and what that means. 
One per student only, while supplies last. 
Information on Self Love provided by the Counseling Department 
 
Where: NERC Front Lobby in front of room 124 
Time: 11am-1pm- while supplies last 
 

Hosted by: Northeast Regional Center (NERC), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development, Office of Student Engagement - Regional Centers

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9689061

11:00am
Event Location:
 
Stress and Anxiety Coaching Group

Stress and Anxiety Coaching Group

Wednesday, February 14, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

The facilitator will provide you with hands-on coping skills to help you better combat stress and anxiety.

Hosted by: Counseling Center

Online Location: https://bit.ly/4aVVD1G

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9797878

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
Happy Akoma Day! A Cultural Alternative to Valentine's Day

Happy Akoma Day! A Cultural Alternative to Valentine's Day

Wednesday, February 14, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Happy Akoma Day! A Cultural Alternative to Valentine's Day
Join us at the campus-wide Free Black History Month Luncheon on 2/14/24 12-1:30pm, Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. Look for the AKOMA DAY DISPLAY. 
Nya Akoma!
Nya Akoma (pronounced N yah Ah coma)  is the greeting for Akoma Day also known as Black Love Day, which means get a heart, be patient, return to love. 
Black Love Day was founded by Ms. Ayo Handy-Kendy, affectionately known as Mama Ayo, in 1993. In 2001, Montsho and Nwasha Edu, expanded upon the original tenets and purpose to become an international cultural holiday rooted in African spirituality. Akoma day is an intentional cultural and spiritual alternative to Valentine's Day. The focus of Akoma Day is the intimate relationship and how that relationship creates family, neighborhood, community and nationhoods.
 
QUESTIONS? Jenavia Weaver, Director, Student Engagement 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9831659

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
FREE COLLEGE-WIDE Annual Black History Month Luncheon

FREE COLLEGE-WIDE Annual Black History Month Luncheon

Wednesday, February 14, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Join the entire College family! Students, Staff and faculty for the Annual Black History Month Luncheon. 
 
BHM Luncheon - For the Love of Black Folks. The imperative and critical need for Black Studies (BLAS) at Community College of Philadelphia
 
Meet and join in the discussion with the BLAS Faculty and Alumni panel: 
 

Moderator: Dr. Anyabwile Love
 
Panelist: Boi-Lucia Gbaya-Kanga
 
Alumni panelists: Kareem Brown and Essence Gaines
 
Current student panelist: Christian Theo Adams
 
Questions? Jenavia Weaver, M. A. 
Director, Student Engagement
studentdevelopment@ccp.edu

Hosted by: Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9135941

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

Wednesday, February 14, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Join the All Black Students Alliance for Black History Month! 
Members and anyone interested in becoming a new member. Members remember to wear your All Black Students Alliance hoodie.   
2/13, 11-12 pm - Saxbys Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!  Meet up at Saxby's and join the cool crowd ( CCP Faculty, Staff, Students and perhaps a special guest) to have a lively discussion about the current state of Black Folks and/or your favorite book by a Black author over Free Coffee!  Remember you can go to the CCP Library and check out a book from the Black History Month book display.  Look out for the discussion corner to swipe in, join the discussion and get free coffee voucher. 
2/14, 12-1:30 - Free College-wide Black History Luncheon, Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. RSVP HERE.
2/14, 12pm  until supplies last. Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. Look for the table display. Celebrate Akoma Day! Nya Akoma (pronounced N yah Ah coma) is the greeting for Akoma Day also known as Black Love Day, which means get a heart, be patient, and return to love. Akoma Day is an intentional cultural and spiritual alternative to Valentine's Day. The focus of Akoma Day is the intimate relationship and how that relationship creates family, neighborhood, community and nationhood.
2/20, 11 a.m. Black History Month Fireside Chat with Dr. Generals, President, Community College of Philadelphia, Winnet Building Lobby
2/20, 4:10-6:20, Hip Hop. Still standing! Commemorating Hip Hop. 50+ years. Come celebrate with the pioneers from Philadelphia, Spring Garden Records Studio, M2-08
2/21, 12- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board Tribute to Malcolm X.   The X Factor. A discussion about the life and legacy of Malcolm X. Brother Eric K. Grimes, Speaker and other guest. Winnet Building Lobby. Coffee, Food and Snacks served.
2/22, 11-2 pm - Grady's Community Garden Food Sovereignty Winter Crop Harvest, Volunteer Day. Spring crop planting and fresh produce and the produce and fruit giveaway stats at 1:30 until supplies last. Located at Grady's Community Garden. Planting traditional crops grown in the African Diaspora.  Come and let's grow together! 
2/27, 11- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board, Afro Beat Day Party, Featuring  Yazirdadeejay. Winnet Courtyard. Rain location Winnet Lobby. Come get your dance on! Chill! Relax! Food and Drinks served.    
2/28, 11-1 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board hosts the Black Faculty and Staff Alliance Dining with the African Diaspora, Winnet Lobby. Come sample the rich and tasty food from the different parts of the African diaspora. The African Diaspora speaks of the worldwide collection of communities and people descending from Africa still living in Africa, the U.S., the Caribbean and any land where African slaves were. 
2/29, 11-2 pm, The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair, Bonnell Lobby The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair ( BWW&H Fair) is a celebration of the C.R.O.W.N Act (Creating a Respectful Open World for Natural Hair). Hair is a centerpiece of Black culture; it’s a symbol of identity, resistance, creative expression and freedom.  The fair will consist of community wellness ( Spirit, Mind and Body) partners along with Black haircare professionals as hair is understood as an essential component of a Black woman's wellness. Guest Speaker - Philadelphia Councilmember Kendra Brooks. 
 
Questions? Dr. Anya Love, alove@ccp.edu
Faculty Advisor

Hosted by: All Black Student Alliance ( Black Student Union), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9927410

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
Meditation Group

Meditation Group

Wednesday, February 14, 2024 - 12:15pm to 12:45pm

No experience necessary. All students, faculty and staff welcome!

Hosted by: Counseling Center

Online Location: https://bit.ly/3TSVLsI

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9797980

12:15pm
Event Location:
 
 It's Valentine's Day!

 It's Valentine's Day!

Wednesday, February 14, 2024 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm

 It's Valentine's Day!  Celebrate with lots of sweetness.  Chocolate Bar goodness in the Winnet Building Lobby at 2pm until supplies last. 
 
Questions? Jenavia Weaver, Director,Student Engagement 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9831874

2:00pm
Event Location:
 
DO MORE! @ CCP. How to get involved outside of class. Student Club and Organization Training Sessions.

DO MORE! @ CCP. How to get involved outside of class. Learn about student programs, clubs, leadership development, organizations, and much more! 
All sessions are on a Thursday 10-11 am. Join us virtually or in - person.   
Sep 28, 2023 10:00 AMOct 5, 2023 10:00 AM  Oct 12, 2023 10:00 AMOct 19, 2023 10:00 AMOct 26, 2023 10:00 AMNov 9, 2023 10:00 AMDec 7, 2023 10:00 AMFeb 1, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 8, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 15, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 22, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 29, 2023 10:00 AM
Virtual: Webinar Zoom link. https://ccp.zoom.us/j/95299437004
In-person. Location Winnet Student Life Building, Center for Student Leadership Development, S1-12 
Sessions begin Thursday, September 28, 2023, to February 29, 2024. 
Zoom and in-person sessions will introduce all of the CSLD programs and provide links for Pride Portal Training (How to register the Org/Club; How to set up a Zoom and in-person meetings; all the “How To's” provided links/videos from Campus labs provides as a resource; provide guidance/suggestions on how to create engaging programs for their particular cohorts; manage student clubs online and answer in-person questions. 
Note: To Start a Club:
* 4 Currently enrolled students, each with min. 2.5 GPA. New students are exempt from the GPA requirement.   
* All students and club advisors who wish to start a club or re-activate must attend at least one session. Each club must have at least 2 members and the Club Advisor attend ( *Only CCP Staff, Administrator, and Faculty employees are eligible to be club and or organization advisors)
* Advisors must send in proof of enrollment and GPA by attaching the BANNER screen printout.  SFAREGQ FOR ENROLLMENT AND SHATERM FOR G.P.A. -or- THE STUDENT DATA FORM WHICH ALSO SHOWS ENROLLMENT AND G.P.A. EMAIL jjweaver@CCP.EDU 
* Each year, the last day to activate a student club is the Friday prior to Spring Break.  The last training session will be held Thursday, 2/29/24. The deadline to complete all criteria is Friday, 3/1/24. 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Online Location: https://ccp.zoom.us/j/95299437004

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9177702

10:00am
Event Location:
 
STUDENT CLUB FAIR

STUDENT CLUB FAIR

Thursday, February 15, 2024 - 10:00am to 2:00pm

Embark on an exciting journey of self-discovery and community connection at the Student Club Fair! Join us this Thursday from 10 AM to 2 PM at the Center for Student Leadership Development, Room S1-12, for a vibrant showcase of diverse student life on our campus. From academic and cultural groups to recreational and service-oriented clubs, this event is a kaleidoscope of possibilities waiting to be explored. Engage with passionate club members, discover their unique missions, and enjoy live performances and demonstrations. Connect with like-minded individuals who share your interests and aspirations. As you explore, be sure to check out the coffee stand, games, and music we have in store for you. Don't miss the chance to sign up for clubs that resonate with you and enjoy some cool swag along the way. The Student Club Fair is where dreams take flight, friendships are born, and the spirit of community thrives. See you there!

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9937162

10:00am
Event Location:
 
All Black Students Alliance Club Weekly Meet -up

All Black Students Alliance Club Weekly Meet -up

Thursday, February 15, 2024 - 10:00am to 11:30am

The All Black Students Alliance is a team of receptive,grounded and compassionate young leaders. Exhibiting and strengthening the integrity, rights, morality, ingenuity, history, and liberty of every black student on campus. we strive to break stereotypes and prejudice by cultivating and educating. We are somebody, we have roots, we are proud, we have dignity, and we are truth, we are black and beautiful wherever we hail from since 1619 in the U.S., the Caribbean, Haiti or newly immigrated from Africa.  We are ONE! WE ARE THE ALL BLACK STUDENTS ALLIANCE. 
 
Questions? Dr. Anya Love, Club Advisor, alove@ccp.edu

Hosted by: All Black Student Alliance ( Black Student Union), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9939682

10:00am
Event Location:
 
All Black Students Alliance Club Weekly Meet -up

All Black Students Alliance Club Weekly Meet -up

Thursday, February 15, 2024 - 10:00am to 11:30am

The All Black Students Alliance is a team of receptive,grounded and compassionate young leaders. Exhibiting and strengthening the integrity, rights, morality, ingenuity, history, and liberty of every black student on campus. we strive to break stereotypes and prejudice by cultivating and educating. We are somebody, we have roots, we are proud, we have dignity, and we are truth, we are black and beautiful wherever we hail from since 1619 in the U.S., the Caribbean, Haiti or newly immigrated from Africa.  We are ONE! WE ARE THE ALL BLACK STUDENTS ALLIANCE. 
 
Questions? Dr. Anya Love, Club Advisor, alove@ccp.edu

Hosted by: All Black Student Alliance ( Black Student Union), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9939683

10:00am
Event Location:
 
Women's Center: Create and Connect

Women's Center: Create and Connect

Thursday, February 15, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Friendship and conversation for the girls, gays, and theys. 

Join us for a weekly drop-in meetup to work on creative projects and build connections in a fun low-pressure setting! This is a space to share your lived experiences, support each other, connect with wellness services, and decompress.

Hosted by: Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9836134

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
#CCPVotes Voter Registration Volunteer Training

#CCPVotes Voter Registration Volunteer Training

Thursday, February 15, 2024 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm

For students and staff interested in volunteering with #CCPVotes this semester, we will be training you on how to get people registered to vote. During the training, we will cover the following topics:
 
- how to fill out a voter registration form
- how to locate a polling place
- who's on the ballot in 2024
- and more!
 
Please RSVP to this event if you plan to attend, or reach out to Olivia Edwards at oedwards@ccp.edu. All registrants will receive a Zoom link in advance of the session. 

Hosted by: Institute for Community Engagement and Civic Leadership

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9908277

3:00pm
Event Location:
 
President Martin's office hours

President Martin's office hours

Thursday, February 15, 2024 - 3:45pm to 5:00pm

President Kahneef Martin will be holding office hours from 3:45 PM to 5:00 PM, offering a dedicated time for students to voice their questions, ideas, or concerns directly. This initiative is part of President Martin's commitment to ensuring open communication and responsiveness to the student body's needs. The office hours serve as an accessible platform for students to seek assistance, share innovative ideas, or discuss any issues they face. President Martin is eager to listen, provide support, and work collaboratively with students to enhance their experience and address challenges within the campus community. All students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to engage with their SGA president and contribute to the ongoing dialogue aimed at improving their campus life.

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9937129

3:45pm
Event Location:
 
Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Thursday, February 15, 2024 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

DO YOU NEED A PLACE TO DISCUSS AND SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES ABOUT ADDICTION OR RECOVERY EROM SUBSTANCE USE?Join our weekly support group for a place to share and listen.No commitment necessary.
Virtual early evening group, Thursdays , 4-5p  (On Zoom)
In-person group, Tuesdays, 4p-5p,  in S2-08 (Winnet Student Life Bldg)

Hosted by: Office of Collegiate Recovery

Online Location: https://ccp.zoom.us/j/94395180103?pwd=akNGRVFnNXZuYjFFUVBvUnlzNW5tQT09

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9666135

4:00pm
Event Location:
 
Stress Management/ Self-Care

Stress Management/ Self-Care

Thursday, February 15, 2024 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Learn techniques to manage stress at home, school, & on the job.

Hosted by: Counseling Center

Online Location: https://bit.ly/3HePoID

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9798332

4:00pm
Event Location:
 
Queer Student Union Weekly Meetings

Queer Student Union Weekly Meetings

Thursday, February 15, 2024 - 4:30pm to 5:30pm

The Queer Student Union (QSU) meets twice per week, Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30pm in S2-08. Drop by and say hello!

Hosted by: MarcDavid LGBTQ Center, Queer Student Union

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9918621

4:30pm
Event Location:
 
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Period Product Drive

Period Product Drive

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 12:00am to Friday, May 3, 2024 - 11:59pm

The Period Poverty Project is a student-led period advocacy group with the purpose of providing students with free and accessible menstrual products. Drop-off locations are available in the Women's Center (S3-09), Single Stop (M1-21), and the Counseling Center (BG-07). Donations can be dropped off any time until the end of the spring semester.
 
This event was made possible with the support of the Parx Casino Leadership Development Scholarship program.

Hosted by: Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9885633

12:00am
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Black History Month Reading Resources

Black History Month Reading Resources

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 9:00am to Friday, March 1, 2024 - 5:00pm

Virtual Reading Library
African Glory -J.C. Degraft-Johnson
African Origins Of The Major Western Religions -Yosef Ben Jochannan
Africans At The Crossroads -Dr. John Henrik Clarke
Before The Mayflower -Lerone Bennet, Jr.
Black Labor, White Wealth - The Search For Power And Economic Justice -Claud Anderson, Ed. D.
Blueprint For Black Power -Amos Wilson
Breaking The Chains Of Psychological Slavery -Na'im Akbar
Chains And Images Of Psychological Slavery -Dr. Na'im Akbar
Civilization Or Barbarism -Cheikh Anta Diop
Criminalizing A Race -Charshee C. L. McIntyre
From "Superman" To Man -J.A. Rogers
From Babylon To Timbuktu -Rudolph Windsor
From Columbus To Castro -Eric Williams
How Europe Underdeveloped Africa - Walter Rodney.
Introduction To African Civilization -John G. Jackson
Isis Papers -Frances Cress Welsing
Man, God And Civilization -John G. Jackson
Precolonial Black Africa -Cheikh Anta Diop
Stolen Legacy -George James
The African Origin Of Civilization -Cheikh Anta Diop
The Afrocentric Idea -Molefi Kete Asante
The Black Jacobins -C.L.R. James
The Community Of Self -Dr. Na'im Akbar
The Destruction Of Black Civilization -Chancellor Williams
The Mis-Education Of The Negro -Carter G. Woodson
The Philosophy & Opinions Of Marcus Garvey -Amy Jacques Garvey
The Shaping Of Black America -Lerone Bennett, Jr.
The Wretched Of The Earth -Frantz Fanon
They Came Before Columbus -Ivan Van Sertima
What They Never Taught You In History Class -Indus Khamit Kush
Wonderful Ethiopians Of The Ancient Cushite Empire -Drusilla Dunjee Houston

Credit: Professor James Small, https://www.facebook.com/ProfJamesSmallAfricanWorld
‘Those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it.’
 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9653995

9:00am
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Queer Student Union Weekly Meetings

Queer Student Union Weekly Meetings

Monday, February 19, 2024 - 4:30pm to Thursday, February 22, 2024 - 5:30pm

The Queer Student Union (QSU) meets twice per week, Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30pm in S2-08. Drop by and say hello!

Hosted by: MarcDavid LGBTQ Center, Queer Student Union

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9918622

4:30pm
 
Gamer Alliance February 2024 Meetings

Gamer Alliance February 2024 Meetings

Friday, February 23, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Join us at our Gamer Alliance Club meetings for February 2024 and have some fun playing games with other students at the Community College of Philadelphia. You'll be able to meet new people, play board games from our extensive library, and play retro video games like Pac-Man and Mario Kart on emulators. We have multiple TVs to connect your own systems to if you are interested in sharing your favorites, too! The club is planning its first major public event, so if you are interested in getting involved now is the perfect time to stop on by and share your ideas.
The Gaming Alliance Club is also a place where you can learn to play particular board games. Below is a schedule of board game demos for February 2024:
Feb. 2: Klask
Feb. 9: Kitten
Feb. 16: Sprawlopolis
Feb. 23: Tinderblox
There will be cookies for those looking to have a light snack while gaming. Hope to see you there!

Hosted by: Gamer Alliance Club

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9850743

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
President Martin's office hours

President Martin's office hours

Friday, February 23, 2024 - 3:45pm to 5:00pm

President Kahneef Martin will be holding office hours from 3:45 PM to 5:00 PM, offering a dedicated time for students to voice their questions, ideas, or concerns directly. This initiative is part of President Martin's commitment to ensuring open communication and responsiveness to the student body's needs. The office hours serve as an accessible platform for students to seek assistance, share innovative ideas, or discuss any issues they face. President Martin is eager to listen, provide support, and work collaboratively with students to enhance their experience and address challenges within the campus community. All students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to engage with their SGA president and contribute to the ongoing dialogue aimed at improving their campus life.

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9937135

3:45pm
Event Location:
 
 
Aromantic Spectrum Awareness Week Tabling

Aromantic Spectrum Awareness Week Tabling

Monday, February 19, 2024 - 11:00am to 2:00pm

Come to the Bonnell Lobby for the next installment of our Awareness Tabling Series. This week, we are celebrating Aromantic Spectrum Awareness Week! Learn more about Aro and Ace identities and meet members of our Queer Students Union!

Hosted by: MarcDavid LGBTQ Center, Queer Student Union

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9919714

11:00am
Event Location:
 
Virtual Office Hour with the 2nd Vice President

Virtual Office Hour with the 2nd Vice President

Monday, February 19, 2024 - 1:00pm to 6:00pm

The Student Government Association (SGA) offers an ideal opportunity to hone leadership skills through its commitment to upholding the daily mission of Community College of Philadelphia. SGA’s legislative, educational, cultural and leadership activities help students to be informed, concerned citizens and active participants in the cultural life of the city. The SGA executive board consists of 10 officers, including a President and two Vice Presidents, three Senator-At-Large Main Campus, four Regional Center Senators, Senator-At-Large Regional Centers, Senator North East Regional Center, Senator North West Regional Center, and Senator West Regional Center elected by the student body. Serving with them are the Marketing Secretary, Recording Secretary, Treasurer Secretary and Event Coordinator. New members are elected each year!
 
 
 

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Online Location: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/organization/sga

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9806373

1:00pm
Event Location:
 
Trans and Gender Nonconforming Student Support Group

Trans and Gender Nonconforming Student Support Group

Monday, February 19, 2024 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm

A weekly drop-in social support group for trans and gender non-conforming students. Get support, learn how to advocate or yourself, or even commiserate with others who understand. Topics vary from week to week based on what the group wants to discuss.
After 2/8 we are moving to Mondays at 3pm!

Hosted by: Counseling Center, MarcDavid LGBTQ Center, Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9918672

3:00pm
Event Location:
 
President Martin's office hours

President Martin's office hours

Monday, February 19, 2024 - 3:45pm to 5:00pm

President Kahneef Martin will be holding office hours from 3:45 PM to 5:00 PM, offering a dedicated time for students to voice their questions, ideas, or concerns directly. This initiative is part of President Martin's commitment to ensuring open communication and responsiveness to the student body's needs. The office hours serve as an accessible platform for students to seek assistance, share innovative ideas, or discuss any issues they face. President Martin is eager to listen, provide support, and work collaboratively with students to enhance their experience and address challenges within the campus community. All students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to engage with their SGA president and contribute to the ongoing dialogue aimed at improving their campus life.

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9937131

3:45pm
Event Location:
 
Hacking the ADHD Brain

Hacking the ADHD Brain

Tuesday, February 20, 2024 - 10:00am to 11:00am

Join us to learn about how to “hack” your ADHD brain to work with you rather than against you. A verified diagnosis of ADHD is not required; any interested student is welcome.

Hosted by: Counseling Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9798435

10:00am
Event Location:
 
All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

Tuesday, February 20, 2024 - 11:00am to 12:00pm

Join the All Black Students Alliance for Black History Month! 
Members and anyone interested in becoming a new member. Members remember to wear your All Black Students Alliance hoodie.   
2/13, 11-12 pm - Saxbys Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!  Meet up at Saxby's and join the cool crowd ( CCP Faculty, Staff, Students and perhaps a special guest) to have a lively discussion about the current state of Black Folks and/or your favorite book by a Black author over Free Coffee!  Remember you can go to the CCP Library and check out a book from the Black History Month book display.  Look out for the discussion corner to swipe in, join the discussion and get free coffee voucher. 
2/14, 12-1:30 - Free College-wide Black History Luncheon, Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. RSVP HERE.
2/14, 12pm  until supplies last. Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. Look for the table display. Celebrate Akoma Day! Nya Akoma (pronounced N yah Ah coma) is the greeting for Akoma Day also known as Black Love Day, which means get a heart, be patient, and return to love. Akoma Day is an intentional cultural and spiritual alternative to Valentine's Day. The focus of Akoma Day is the intimate relationship and how that relationship creates family, neighborhood, community and nationhood.
2/20, 11 a.m. Black History Month Fireside Chat with Dr. Generals, President, Community College of Philadelphia, Winnet Building Lobby
2/20, 4:10-6:20, Hip Hop. Still standing! Commemorating Hip Hop. 50+ years. Come celebrate with the pioneers from Philadelphia, Spring Garden Records Studio, M2-08
2/21, 12- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board Tribute to Malcolm X.   The X Factor. A discussion about the life and legacy of Malcolm X. Brother Eric K. Grimes, Speaker and other guest. Winnet Building Lobby. Coffee, Food and Snacks served.
2/22, 11-2 pm - Grady's Community Garden Food Sovereignty Winter Crop Harvest, Volunteer Day. Spring crop planting and fresh produce and the produce and fruit giveaway stats at 1:30 until supplies last. Located at Grady's Community Garden. Planting traditional crops grown in the African Diaspora.  Come and let's grow together! 
2/27, 11- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board, Afro Beat Day Party, Featuring  Yazirdadeejay. Winnet Courtyard. Rain location Winnet Lobby. Come get your dance on! Chill! Relax! Food and Drinks served.    
2/28, 11-1 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board hosts the Black Faculty and Staff Alliance Dining with the African Diaspora, Winnet Lobby. Come sample the rich and tasty food from the different parts of the African diaspora. The African Diaspora speaks of the worldwide collection of communities and people descending from Africa still living in Africa, the U.S., the Caribbean and any land where African slaves were. 
2/29, 11-2 pm, The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair, Bonnell Lobby The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair ( BWW&H Fair) is a celebration of the C.R.O.W.N Act (Creating a Respectful Open World for Natural Hair). Hair is a centerpiece of Black culture; it’s a symbol of identity, resistance, creative expression and freedom.  The fair will consist of community wellness ( Spirit, Mind and Body) partners along with Black haircare professionals as hair is understood as an essential component of a Black woman's wellness. Guest Speaker - Philadelphia Councilmember Kendra Brooks. 
 
Questions? Dr. Anya Love, alove@ccp.edu
Faculty Advisor

Hosted by: All Black Student Alliance ( Black Student Union), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9927411

11:00am
Event Location:
 
NEWSFLASH! Vanguard student newspaper article drop

NEWSFLASH! Vanguard student newspaper article drop

Tuesday, February 20, 2024 - 12:00pm to 5:00pm

Check out the latest articles published by CCP Lion student journalists in the Vanguard student newspaper.
Questions or want to join the team? Email vanguard@ccp.edu.
 

Hosted by: Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development, The Vanguard

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9950165

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
In -Person Office hours with the 2nd Vice President

In -Person Office hours with the 2nd Vice President

Tuesday, February 20, 2024 - 2:00pm to 7:00pm

Come Join the 2nd Vice President in the Library besides the Saxby's Café in the Mint Building.
The Student Government Association (SGA) offers an ideal opportunity to hone leadership skills through its commitment to upholding the daily mission of Community College of Philadelphia. SGA’s legislative, educational, cultural and leadership activities help students to be informed, concerned citizens and active participants in the cultural life of the city. The SGA executive board consists of 10 officers, including a President and two Vice Presidents, three Senator-At-Large Main Campus, four Regional Center Senators, Senator-At-Large Regional Centers, Senator North East Regional Center, Senator North West Regional Center, and Senator West Regional Center elected by the student body. Serving with them are the Marketing Secretary, Recording Secretary, Treasurer Secretary and Event Coordinator. New members are elected each year!
 
 

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9806469

2:00pm
Event Location:
 
President Martin's office hours

President Martin's office hours

Tuesday, February 20, 2024 - 3:45pm to 5:00pm

President Kahneef Martin will be holding office hours from 3:45 PM to 5:00 PM, offering a dedicated time for students to voice their questions, ideas, or concerns directly. This initiative is part of President Martin's commitment to ensuring open communication and responsiveness to the student body's needs. The office hours serve as an accessible platform for students to seek assistance, share innovative ideas, or discuss any issues they face. President Martin is eager to listen, provide support, and work collaboratively with students to enhance their experience and address challenges within the campus community. All students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to engage with their SGA president and contribute to the ongoing dialogue aimed at improving their campus life.

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9937132

3:45pm
Event Location:
 
Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Tuesday, February 20, 2024 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

DO YOU NEED A PLACE TO DISCUSS AND SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES ABOUT ADDICTION OR RECOVERY EROM SUBSTANCE USE?Join our weekly support group for a place to share and listen.No commitment necessary.
Virtual early evening group, Thursdays , 4-5p  (On Zoom)
In-person group, Tuesdays, 4p-5p,  in S2-08 (Winnet Student Life Bldg)

Hosted by: Office of Collegiate Recovery

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9666136

4:00pm
Event Location:
 
All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

Tuesday, February 20, 2024 - 4:10pm to 6:20pm

Join the All Black Students Alliance for Black History Month! 
Members and anyone interested in becoming a new member. Members remember to wear your All Black Students Alliance hoodie.   
2/13, 11-12 pm - Saxbys Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!  Meet up at Saxby's and join the cool crowd ( CCP Faculty, Staff, Students and perhaps a special guest) to have a lively discussion about the current state of Black Folks and/or your favorite book by a Black author over Free Coffee!  Remember you can go to the CCP Library and check out a book from the Black History Month book display.  Look out for the discussion corner to swipe in, join the discussion and get free coffee voucher. 
2/14, 12-1:30 - Free College-wide Black History Luncheon, Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. RSVP HERE.
2/14, 12pm  until supplies last. Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. Look for the table display. Celebrate Akoma Day! Nya Akoma (pronounced N yah Ah coma) is the greeting for Akoma Day also known as Black Love Day, which means get a heart, be patient, and return to love. Akoma Day is an intentional cultural and spiritual alternative to Valentine's Day. The focus of Akoma Day is the intimate relationship and how that relationship creates family, neighborhood, community and nationhood.
2/20, 11 a.m. Black History Month Fireside Chat with Dr. Generals, President, Community College of Philadelphia, Winnet Building Lobby
2/20, 4:10-6:20, Hip Hop. Still standing! Commemorating Hip Hop. 50+ years. Come celebrate with the pioneers from Philadelphia, Spring Garden Records Studio, M2-08
2/21, 12- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board Tribute to Malcolm X.   The X Factor. A discussion about the life and legacy of Malcolm X. Brother Eric K. Grimes, Speaker and other guest. Winnet Building Lobby. Coffee, Food and Snacks served.
2/22, 11-2 pm - Grady's Community Garden Food Sovereignty Winter Crop Harvest, Volunteer Day. Spring crop planting and fresh produce and the produce and fruit giveaway stats at 1:30 until supplies last. Located at Grady's Community Garden. Planting traditional crops grown in the African Diaspora.  Come and let's grow together! 
2/27, 11- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board, Afro Beat Day Party, Featuring  Yazirdadeejay. Winnet Courtyard. Rain location Winnet Lobby. Come get your dance on! Chill! Relax! Food and Drinks served.    
2/28, 11-1 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board hosts the Black Faculty and Staff Alliance Dining with the African Diaspora, Winnet Lobby. Come sample the rich and tasty food from the different parts of the African diaspora. The African Diaspora speaks of the worldwide collection of communities and people descending from Africa still living in Africa, the U.S., the Caribbean and any land where African slaves were. 
2/29, 11-2 pm, The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair, Bonnell Lobby The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair ( BWW&H Fair) is a celebration of the C.R.O.W.N Act (Creating a Respectful Open World for Natural Hair). Hair is a centerpiece of Black culture; it’s a symbol of identity, resistance, creative expression and freedom.  The fair will consist of community wellness ( Spirit, Mind and Body) partners along with Black haircare professionals as hair is understood as an essential component of a Black woman's wellness. Guest Speaker - Philadelphia Councilmember Kendra Brooks. 
 
Questions? Dr. Anya Love, alove@ccp.edu
Faculty Advisor

Hosted by: All Black Student Alliance ( Black Student Union), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9927412

4:10pm
Event Location:
 
Test Taking Strategies

Test Taking Strategies

Wednesday, February 21, 2024 - 10:00am to 11:00am

Learn strategies to Test Your Best.

Hosted by: Counseling Center

Online Location: https://bit.ly/3tMHVxo

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9798540

10:00am
Event Location:
 
General Transfer Fair

General Transfer Fair

Wednesday, February 21, 2024 - 10:30am to 1:00pm

Find Your Four Year!
Visit with Admissions Representatives from different colleges and universities to learn about your transfer and scholarship opportunities.
Plan ahead, make a list of questions and then ask about their academic programs, admissions policies, and campus life. Optimize your chances of being accepted to the 4-year institution of your choice. Don’t forget to ask about the benefits of transfer with your Associate Degree!
 

Hosted by: Business, Entrepreneurship and Law Academic Pathway, Counseling Center, Creative Arts Academic Pathway, Design, Construction & Transportation Academic Pathway, Department of Academic Advising , Education and Human Services Academic Pathway, Health Care Academic Pathway, Liberal Arts and Communications Academic Pathway, Phi Theta Kappa, Rho Upsilon Chapter, Science and Technology Academic Pathway, Transfer Opportunities

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9703460

10:30am
Event Location:
 
Black History Month Luncheon CATC

Black History Month Luncheon CATC

Wednesday, February 21, 2024 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

Join the Office of Student Engagement for the Black History Month Luncheon. Stop by, participate in a trivia game about African American culture.

Prizes include: Books by African American Authors 

Hosted by: Career and Advanced Technology Center/West Regional Center (CATC/WERC), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development, Office of Student Engagement - Regional Centers

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9688734

11:00am
Event Location:
 
All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

Wednesday, February 21, 2024 - 11:00am to 2:00pm

Join the All Black Students Alliance for Black History Month! 
Members and anyone interested in becoming a new member. Members remember to wear your All Black Students Alliance hoodie.   
2/13, 11-12 pm - Saxbys Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!  Meet up at Saxby's and join the cool crowd ( CCP Faculty, Staff, Students and perhaps a special guest) to have a lively discussion about the current state of Black Folks and/or your favorite book by a Black author over Free Coffee!  Remember you can go to the CCP Library and check out a book from the Black History Month book display.  Look out for the discussion corner to swipe in, join the discussion and get free coffee voucher. 
2/14, 12-1:30 - Free College-wide Black History Luncheon, Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. RSVP HERE.
2/14, 12pm  until supplies last. Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. Look for the table display. Celebrate Akoma Day! Nya Akoma (pronounced N yah Ah coma) is the greeting for Akoma Day also known as Black Love Day, which means get a heart, be patient, and return to love. Akoma Day is an intentional cultural and spiritual alternative to Valentine's Day. The focus of Akoma Day is the intimate relationship and how that relationship creates family, neighborhood, community and nationhood.
2/20, 11 a.m. Black History Month Fireside Chat with Dr. Generals, President, Community College of Philadelphia, Winnet Building Lobby
2/20, 4:10-6:20, Hip Hop. Still standing! Commemorating Hip Hop. 50+ years. Come celebrate with the pioneers from Philadelphia, Spring Garden Records Studio, M2-08
2/21, 12- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board Tribute to Malcolm X.   The X Factor. A discussion about the life and legacy of Malcolm X. Brother Eric K. Grimes, Speaker and other guest. Winnet Building Lobby. Coffee, Food and Snacks served.
2/22, 11-2 pm - Grady's Community Garden Food Sovereignty Winter Crop Harvest, Volunteer Day. Spring crop planting and fresh produce and the produce and fruit giveaway stats at 1:30 until supplies last. Located at Grady's Community Garden. Planting traditional crops grown in the African Diaspora.  Come and let's grow together! 
2/27, 11- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board, Afro Beat Day Party, Featuring  Yazirdadeejay. Winnet Courtyard. Rain location Winnet Lobby. Come get your dance on! Chill! Relax! Food and Drinks served.    
2/28, 11-1 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board hosts the Black Faculty and Staff Alliance Dining with the African Diaspora, Winnet Lobby. Come sample the rich and tasty food from the different parts of the African diaspora. The African Diaspora speaks of the worldwide collection of communities and people descending from Africa still living in Africa, the U.S., the Caribbean and any land where African slaves were. 
2/29, 11-2 pm, The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair, Bonnell Lobby The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair ( BWW&H Fair) is a celebration of the C.R.O.W.N Act (Creating a Respectful Open World for Natural Hair). Hair is a centerpiece of Black culture; it’s a symbol of identity, resistance, creative expression and freedom.  The fair will consist of community wellness ( Spirit, Mind and Body) partners along with Black haircare professionals as hair is understood as an essential component of a Black woman's wellness. Guest Speaker - Philadelphia Councilmember Kendra Brooks. 
 
Questions? Dr. Anya Love, alove@ccp.edu
Faculty Advisor

Hosted by: All Black Student Alliance ( Black Student Union), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9927413

11:00am
Event Location:
 
All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

Wednesday, February 21, 2024 - 11:00am to 2:00pm

Join the All Black Students Alliance for Black History Month! 
Members and anyone interested in becoming a new member. Members remember to wear your All Black Students Alliance hoodie.   
2/13, 11-12 pm - Saxbys Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!  Meet up at Saxby's and join the cool crowd ( CCP Faculty, Staff, Students and perhaps a special guest) to have a lively discussion about the current state of Black Folks and/or your favorite book by a Black author over Free Coffee!  Remember you can go to the CCP Library and check out a book from the Black History Month book display.  Look out for the discussion corner to swipe in, join the discussion and get free coffee voucher. 
2/14, 12-1:30 - Free College-wide Black History Luncheon, Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. RSVP HERE.
2/14, 12pm  until supplies last. Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. Look for the table display. Celebrate Akoma Day! Nya Akoma (pronounced N yah Ah coma) is the greeting for Akoma Day also known as Black Love Day, which means get a heart, be patient, and return to love. Akoma Day is an intentional cultural and spiritual alternative to Valentine's Day. The focus of Akoma Day is the intimate relationship and how that relationship creates family, neighborhood, community and nationhood.
2/20, 11 a.m. Black History Month Fireside Chat with Dr. Generals, President, Community College of Philadelphia, Winnet Building Lobby
2/20, 4:10-6:20, Hip Hop. Still standing! Commemorating Hip Hop. 50+ years. Come celebrate with the pioneers from Philadelphia, Spring Garden Records Studio, M2-08
2/21, 12- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board Tribute to Malcolm X.   The X Factor. A discussion about the life and legacy of Malcolm X. Brother Eric K. Grimes, Speaker and other guest. Winnet Building Lobby. Coffee, Food and Snacks served.
2/22, 11-2 pm - Grady's Community Garden Food Sovereignty Winter Crop Harvest, Volunteer Day. Spring crop planting and fresh produce and the produce and fruit giveaway stats at 1:30 until supplies last. Located at Grady's Community Garden. Planting traditional crops grown in the African Diaspora.  Come and let's grow together! 
2/27, 11- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board, Afro Beat Day Party, Featuring  Yazirdadeejay. Winnet Courtyard. Rain location Winnet Lobby. Come get your dance on! Chill! Relax! Food and Drinks served.    
2/28, 11-1 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board hosts the Black Faculty and Staff Alliance Dining with the African Diaspora, Winnet Lobby. Come sample the rich and tasty food from the different parts of the African diaspora. The African Diaspora speaks of the worldwide collection of communities and people descending from Africa still living in Africa, the U.S., the Caribbean and any land where African slaves were. 
2/29, 11-2 pm, The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair, Bonnell Lobby The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair ( BWW&H Fair) is a celebration of the C.R.O.W.N Act (Creating a Respectful Open World for Natural Hair). Hair is a centerpiece of Black culture; it’s a symbol of identity, resistance, creative expression and freedom.  The fair will consist of community wellness ( Spirit, Mind and Body) partners along with Black haircare professionals as hair is understood as an essential component of a Black woman's wellness. Guest Speaker - Philadelphia Councilmember Kendra Brooks. 
 
Questions? Dr. Anya Love, alove@ccp.edu
Faculty Advisor

Hosted by: All Black Student Alliance ( Black Student Union), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9927414

11:00am
Event Location:
 
Tai Chi & Breathing Exercise

Tai Chi & Breathing Exercise

Wednesday, February 21, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Release stress & anxiety, improve your digestive system, get in touch with your inner self & create a peaceful mind.

Hosted by: Counseling Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9805849

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
Tribute to Malcolm X with the Lion Leader Student Programming Board

Tribute to Malcolm X with the Lion Leader Student Programming Board

Wednesday, February 21, 2024 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm

2/21, 12- 2 pm -Lion Leader Student Programming Board Tribute to Malcolm X.  A discussion about the life and legacy of Malcolm X, Winnet building Lobby. Food, Coffee and Snacks served. Prizes too! 
The X Factor - Join Brother Eric K. Grimes and guest.  Check out his work - Click Here    
Come have engaging conversation with Brother Eric, guest and the Lion Leader Student Programming Board. 
Time: 12 – 2pm
Winnet Lobby
All programs are fun, engaging, and created by students for students
Lion Leader Student Programmers will keep it poppin’ with their campus famous POPCORN at each program. 
 
 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9559906

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
Graduating? Transfer Workshop 202: The Transfer Application and Enrollment Process

**Hybrid Event**
Are you planning to earn your associate degree in May or Summer 2024 and enroll at the transfer institution for Fall 2024? 
 
All students intending to transfer from Community College of Philadelphia (regardless of whether they submitted a dual admissions intent form or earn an associate degree), are required to initiate a transfer admissions process followed by a transfer enrollment process.
 
This workshop will be offered again tomorrow, Thurs, Feb 22 from 10am to 11am.Both workshops will be offered in a hybrid format: in-person at the Counseling Center (BG-07) AND on zoom.
 
Also – get help with your Transfer Application!
Bring all the necessary information and get help in the Counseling Department’s Transfer Center (BG-07) Thurs, Feb 22 from 11am to 1pm and from 2pm to 4pm. Just stop by!
 
 

Hosted by: Business, Entrepreneurship and Law Academic Pathway, Counseling Center, Creative Arts Academic Pathway, Design, Construction & Transportation Academic Pathway, Department of Academic Advising , Education and Human Services Academic Pathway, Health Care Academic Pathway, Liberal Arts and Communications Academic Pathway, Phi Theta Kappa, Rho Upsilon Chapter, Science and Technology Academic Pathway, Transfer Opportunities

Online Location: https://ccp.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJctc--pqzkjE9asvFH6XE0ygvzdCpoGNZk7

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9869473

1:00pm
Event Location:
 
Spring 2024 Volunteer Exploration Day!

Spring 2024 Volunteer Exploration Day!

Wednesday, February 21, 2024 - 1:30pm to 2:30pm

Join us on Wednesday February 21, 2024 from 12:30pm-1:30pm for the Institute for Community Engagement and Civic Leadership’s Spring 2024 Volunteer Exploration Day!
The Volunteer Exploration Day is the College’s volunteer orientation. You'll learn about current opportunities to volunteer and upcoming civic engagement opportunities to serve our Philadelphia communities. It will be held in C3-05 which is located the Center For Business and Industry on the 3rd floor. 
To secure your spot, please contact Michael Miles at mmiles@ccp.edu or RSVP right here on the Pride Portal!

Hosted by: Institute for Community Engagement and Civic Leadership

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9810882

1:30pm
Event Location:
 
President Martin's office hours

President Martin's office hours

Wednesday, February 21, 2024 - 3:45pm to 5:00pm

President Kahneef Martin will be holding office hours from 3:45 PM to 5:00 PM, offering a dedicated time for students to voice their questions, ideas, or concerns directly. This initiative is part of President Martin's commitment to ensuring open communication and responsiveness to the student body's needs. The office hours serve as an accessible platform for students to seek assistance, share innovative ideas, or discuss any issues they face. President Martin is eager to listen, provide support, and work collaboratively with students to enhance their experience and address challenges within the campus community. All students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to engage with their SGA president and contribute to the ongoing dialogue aimed at improving their campus life.

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9937133

3:45pm
Event Location:
 
Center for Male Engagement's Night of Service at Chosen 300

Center for Male Engagement's Night of Service at Chosen 300

Wednesday, February 21, 2024 - 5:00pm to 7:30pm

Join the Center for Male Engagement for an evening of service at Chosen 300! Volunteers will serve individuals experiencing homelessness by serving a hot meal and cleaning up afterwards. Come give back to those in our city while building community with your fellow CME members. 
 
Together we will meet up at Chosen 300 located at 1116 Spring Garden Street on Wednesday, February 21, 2024 from 5:00pm - 7:30pm. 
 
To secure your spot, please RSVP to this event on the Pride Portal. If you have questions, please reach out to Olivia Edwards at oedwards@ccp.edu or Quamiir Trice at qtrice@ccp.edu.

Hosted by: Center for Male Engagement, Institute for Community Engagement and Civic Leadership

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9822075

5:00pm
Event Location:
 
Graduating? Transfer Workshop 202: The Transfer Application and Enrollment Process

**Hybrid Event**
Are you planning to earn your associate degree in May or Summer 2024 and enroll at the transfer institution for Fall 2024? 
 
All students intending to transfer from Community College of Philadelphia (regardless of whether they submitted a dual admissions intent form or earn an associate degree), are required to initiate a transfer admissions process followed by a transfer enrollment process.
 
This workshop will be offered in a hybrid format: in-person at the Counseling Center (BG-07) AND on zoom.
 
Also – get help with your Transfer Application!
Bring all the necessary information and get help in the Counseling Department’s Transfer Center (BG-07) Thurs, Feb 22 from 11am to 1pm and from 2pm to 4pm. Just stop by!

Hosted by: Business, Entrepreneurship and Law Academic Pathway, Counseling Center, Creative Arts Academic Pathway, Design, Construction & Transportation Academic Pathway, Department of Academic Advising , Education and Human Services Academic Pathway, Health Care Academic Pathway, Liberal Arts and Communications Academic Pathway, Phi Theta Kappa, Rho Upsilon Chapter, Science and Technology Academic Pathway, Transfer Opportunities

Online Location: https://ccp.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIsdOCvqj4vGtJ01_B4H2ROyHNqcoy2U6Mu

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9869474

10:00am
Event Location:
 
DO MORE! @ CCP. How to get involved outside of class. Student Club and Organization Training Sessions.

DO MORE! @ CCP. How to get involved outside of class. Learn about student programs, clubs, leadership development, organizations, and much more! 
All sessions are on a Thursday 10-11 am. Join us virtually or in - person.   
Sep 28, 2023 10:00 AMOct 5, 2023 10:00 AM  Oct 12, 2023 10:00 AMOct 19, 2023 10:00 AMOct 26, 2023 10:00 AMNov 9, 2023 10:00 AMDec 7, 2023 10:00 AMFeb 1, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 8, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 15, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 22, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 29, 2023 10:00 AM
Virtual: Webinar Zoom link. https://ccp.zoom.us/j/95299437004
In-person. Location Winnet Student Life Building, Center for Student Leadership Development, S1-12 
Sessions begin Thursday, September 28, 2023, to February 29, 2024. 
Zoom and in-person sessions will introduce all of the CSLD programs and provide links for Pride Portal Training (How to register the Org/Club; How to set up a Zoom and in-person meetings; all the “How To's” provided links/videos from Campus labs provides as a resource; provide guidance/suggestions on how to create engaging programs for their particular cohorts; manage student clubs online and answer in-person questions. 
Note: To Start a Club:
* 4 Currently enrolled students, each with min. 2.5 GPA. New students are exempt from the GPA requirement.   
* All students and club advisors who wish to start a club or re-activate must attend at least one session. Each club must have at least 2 members and the Club Advisor attend ( *Only CCP Staff, Administrator, and Faculty employees are eligible to be club and or organization advisors)
* Advisors must send in proof of enrollment and GPA by attaching the BANNER screen printout.  SFAREGQ FOR ENROLLMENT AND SHATERM FOR G.P.A. -or- THE STUDENT DATA FORM WHICH ALSO SHOWS ENROLLMENT AND G.P.A. EMAIL jjweaver@CCP.EDU 
* Each year, the last day to activate a student club is the Friday prior to Spring Break.  The last training session will be held Thursday, 2/29/24. The deadline to complete all criteria is Friday, 3/1/24. 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Online Location: https://ccp.zoom.us/j/95299437004

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9177703

10:00am
Event Location:
 
All Black Students Alliance Club Weekly Meet -up

All Black Students Alliance Club Weekly Meet -up

Thursday, February 22, 2024 - 10:00am to 11:30am

The All Black Students Alliance is a team of receptive,grounded and compassionate young leaders. Exhibiting and strengthening the integrity, rights, morality, ingenuity, history, and liberty of every black student on campus. we strive to break stereotypes and prejudice by cultivating and educating. We are somebody, we have roots, we are proud, we have dignity, and we are truth, we are black and beautiful wherever we hail from since 1619 in the U.S., the Caribbean, Haiti or newly immigrated from Africa.  We are ONE! WE ARE THE ALL BLACK STUDENTS ALLIANCE. 
 
Questions? Dr. Anya Love, Club Advisor, alove@ccp.edu

Hosted by: All Black Student Alliance ( Black Student Union), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9939684

10:00am
Event Location:
 
Cookies & Conversation w/ the Dean of Students

Cookies & Conversation w/ the Dean of Students

Thursday, February 22, 2024 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

Students, stop by for a little chit chat with The Dean of Students- Dr. Kovaleski. Do you have any concerns, or just want to pick his brain??
Is there something you want to share about your experience as a student at Regional Centers? Now is your chance to enjoy some sweets and engage in conversations.
Where: Front Lobby near room 124 
Time: 11am-1pm 
 
Cookies and Coffee will be provided.  
 

Hosted by: Northeast Regional Center (NERC), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development, Office of Student Engagement - Regional Centers

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9689921

11:00am
Event Location:
 
CANCELLED - Drop-in: Get help with your Transfer Application!

CANCELLED - Drop-in: Get help with your Transfer Application!

Thursday, February 22, 2024 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
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**Drop-in Event**
Are you confused with how to complete your intended transfer institutions admissions application? Or the Common App? Stop by!
 
Bring the necessary information, grab a computer and get help with the application(s). The Director of Articulation and Transfer will be on hand to help students with how to complete the Common App and other transfer applications.
 
This is a drop-in event from 11am to 1pm AND from 2pm to 4pm. We'll be in the Counseling Department's Transfer Center (BG-07) on Main Campus.
 
 

Hosted by: Business, Entrepreneurship and Law Academic Pathway, Counseling Center, Creative Arts Academic Pathway, Design, Construction & Transportation Academic Pathway, Department of Academic Advising , Education and Human Services Academic Pathway, Health Care Academic Pathway, Liberal Arts and Communications Academic Pathway, Phi Theta Kappa, Rho Upsilon Chapter, Science and Technology Academic Pathway, Transfer Opportunities

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9869786

11:00am
Event Location:
 
All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

Thursday, February 22, 2024 - 11:00am to 2:00pm

Join the All Black Students Alliance for Black History Month! 
Members and anyone interested in becoming a new member. Members remember to wear your All Black Students Alliance hoodie.   
2/13, 11-12 pm - Saxbys Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!  Meet up at Saxby's and join the cool crowd ( CCP Faculty, Staff, Students and perhaps a special guest) to have a lively discussion about the current state of Black Folks and/or your favorite book by a Black author over Free Coffee!  Remember you can go to the CCP Library and check out a book from the Black History Month book display.  Look out for the discussion corner to swipe in, join the discussion and get free coffee voucher. 
2/14, 12-1:30 - Free College-wide Black History Luncheon, Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. RSVP HERE.
2/14, 12pm  until supplies last. Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. Look for the table display. Celebrate Akoma Day! Nya Akoma (pronounced N yah Ah coma) is the greeting for Akoma Day also known as Black Love Day, which means get a heart, be patient, and return to love. Akoma Day is an intentional cultural and spiritual alternative to Valentine's Day. The focus of Akoma Day is the intimate relationship and how that relationship creates family, neighborhood, community and nationhood.
2/20, 11 a.m. Black History Month Fireside Chat with Dr. Generals, President, Community College of Philadelphia, Winnet Building Lobby
2/20, 4:10-6:20, Hip Hop. Still standing! Commemorating Hip Hop. 50+ years. Come celebrate with the pioneers from Philadelphia, Spring Garden Records Studio, M2-08
2/21, 12- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board Tribute to Malcolm X.   The X Factor. A discussion about the life and legacy of Malcolm X. Brother Eric K. Grimes, Speaker and other guest. Winnet Building Lobby. Coffee, Food and Snacks served.
2/22, 11-2 pm - Grady's Community Garden Food Sovereignty Winter Crop Harvest, Volunteer Day. Spring crop planting and fresh produce and the produce and fruit giveaway stats at 1:30 until supplies last. Located at Grady's Community Garden. Planting traditional crops grown in the African Diaspora.  Come and let's grow together! 
2/27, 11- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board, Afro Beat Day Party, Featuring  Yazirdadeejay. Winnet Courtyard. Rain location Winnet Lobby. Come get your dance on! Chill! Relax! Food and Drinks served.    
2/28, 11-1 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board hosts the Black Faculty and Staff Alliance Dining with the African Diaspora, Winnet Lobby. Come sample the rich and tasty food from the different parts of the African diaspora. The African Diaspora speaks of the worldwide collection of communities and people descending from Africa still living in Africa, the U.S., the Caribbean and any land where African slaves were. 
2/29, 11-2 pm, The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair, Bonnell Lobby The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair ( BWW&H Fair) is a celebration of the C.R.O.W.N Act (Creating a Respectful Open World for Natural Hair). Hair is a centerpiece of Black culture; it’s a symbol of identity, resistance, creative expression and freedom.  The fair will consist of community wellness ( Spirit, Mind and Body) partners along with Black haircare professionals as hair is understood as an essential component of a Black woman's wellness. Guest Speaker - Philadelphia Councilmember Kendra Brooks. 
 
Questions? Dr. Anya Love, alove@ccp.edu
Faculty Advisor

Hosted by: All Black Student Alliance ( Black Student Union), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9927415

11:00am
Event Location:
 
Women's Center: Create and Connect

Women's Center: Create and Connect

Thursday, February 22, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Friendship and conversation for the girls, gays, and theys. 

Join us for a weekly drop-in meetup to work on creative projects and build connections in a fun low-pressure setting! This is a space to share your lived experiences, support each other, connect with wellness services, and decompress.

Hosted by: Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9836135

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
Grady's Community Garden Schedule of Events Fall '23- Spring '24 - Let's Grow Together!

Grady’s Community Garden
Schedule of events 

The healthy initiative and part of the Food Collaborative along with Snack Rack Food Pantry
 
Volunteer Days - Garden maintenance (pruning, watering and cleaning the garden) Each Tuesday & Wednesday 10-3pm
THE GARDEN IS LOCATED BETWEEN THE BONNELL BUILDING AND THE OPEN PARKING LOT ON 17TH STREET. LOOK FOR THE BRIGHT YELLOW AND BLACK SIGNS!    
Special Event:  Tuesday, October 11, 2023, 11-2pm
Grady Community Garden is 5 years old! Come Celebrate with us! Food, Fun and Help plant the winter crops!         
 
Regular Student Fresh Produce and Crop Harvest Days
On Thursdays @ 1:30 *until supplies last
September 28th
October 12th and 26th
November 9th
December 7th
January 25th
February 8th and 22nd
March 14th and 28th
April 18th- IN HONOR OF EARTH DAY.  WE ARE CELEBRATING EARLY!
Come and help weed, plant and harvest the crops. Also receive fresh fruits and veggies! 
Remember to bring your reusable bags.  
Questions? 
Food Sovereignty Team
Jenavia Weaver
Ida Swindle
Quamiir Trice
studentdevelopment@ccp.edu 
 
 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Grady’s Community Garden, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development, Snack Rack

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9181989

1:30pm
Event Location:
 
CANCELLED - Drop-in: Get help with your Transfer Application!

CANCELLED - Drop-in: Get help with your Transfer Application!

Thursday, February 22, 2024 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
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**Drop-in Event**
Are you confused with how to complete your intended transfer institutions admissions application? Or the Common App? Stop by!
 
Bring the necessary information, grab a computer and get help with the application(s). The Director of Articulation and Transfer will be on hand to help students with how to complete the Common App and other transfer applications.
 
This is a drop-in event from 11am to 1pm AND from 2pm to 4pm. We'll be in the Counseling Department's Transfer Center (BG-07) on Main Campus.
 
 

Hosted by: Business, Entrepreneurship and Law Academic Pathway, Counseling Center, Creative Arts Academic Pathway, Design, Construction & Transportation Academic Pathway, Department of Academic Advising , Education and Human Services Academic Pathway, Health Care Academic Pathway, Liberal Arts and Communications Academic Pathway, Phi Theta Kappa, Rho Upsilon Chapter, Science and Technology Academic Pathway, Transfer Opportunities

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9869787

2:00pm
Event Location:
 
President Martin's office hours

President Martin's office hours

Thursday, February 22, 2024 - 3:45pm to 5:00pm

President Kahneef Martin will be holding office hours from 3:45 PM to 5:00 PM, offering a dedicated time for students to voice their questions, ideas, or concerns directly. This initiative is part of President Martin's commitment to ensuring open communication and responsiveness to the student body's needs. The office hours serve as an accessible platform for students to seek assistance, share innovative ideas, or discuss any issues they face. President Martin is eager to listen, provide support, and work collaboratively with students to enhance their experience and address challenges within the campus community. All students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to engage with their SGA president and contribute to the ongoing dialogue aimed at improving their campus life.

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9937134

3:45pm
Event Location:
 
Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Thursday, February 22, 2024 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

DO YOU NEED A PLACE TO DISCUSS AND SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES ABOUT ADDICTION OR RECOVERY EROM SUBSTANCE USE?Join our weekly support group for a place to share and listen.No commitment necessary.
Virtual early evening group, Thursdays , 4-5p  (On Zoom)
In-person group, Tuesdays, 4p-5p,  in S2-08 (Winnet Student Life Bldg)

Hosted by: Office of Collegiate Recovery

Online Location: https://ccp.zoom.us/j/94395180103?pwd=akNGRVFnNXZuYjFFUVBvUnlzNW5tQT09

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9666137

4:00pm
Event Location:
 
Paris Is Burning Documentary Screening

Paris Is Burning Documentary Screening

Thursday, February 22, 2024 - 4:30pm to 6:00pm

Before you attend Nostalgia: A Journey into Philadelphia’s House Ballroom Scene next week, come see the documentary that brought Ballroom Culture into the National Spotlight! Filmed in the late 80s, this film chronicles lives of Black, Latine, Queer, and Trans members of several prominent "Houses" in New York City alongside footage of actual Balls. Sponsored by QSU, MarcDavid LGBTQ Center, and The Library!
"Paris Is Burning is a 1990 American documentary film directed by Jennie Livingston. Filmed in the mid-to-late 1980s, it chronicles the ball culture of New York City and the African-American, Latino, gay, and transgender communities involved in it. Critics consider the film to be an invaluable documentary of the end of the "Golden Age" of New York City drag balls, and a thoughtful exploration of race, class, gender, and sexuality in America. In 2016, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant"." -Wikipedia

Hosted by: Library, MarcDavid LGBTQ Center, Queer Student Union

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9918965

4:30pm
Event Location:
 
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Period Product Drive

Period Product Drive

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 12:00am to Friday, May 3, 2024 - 11:59pm

The Period Poverty Project is a student-led period advocacy group with the purpose of providing students with free and accessible menstrual products. Drop-off locations are available in the Women's Center (S3-09), Single Stop (M1-21), and the Counseling Center (BG-07). Donations can be dropped off any time until the end of the spring semester.
 
This event was made possible with the support of the Parx Casino Leadership Development Scholarship program.

Hosted by: Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9885633

12:00am
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Black History Month Reading Resources

Black History Month Reading Resources

Thursday, February 1, 2024 - 9:00am to Friday, March 1, 2024 - 5:00pm

Virtual Reading Library
African Glory -J.C. Degraft-Johnson
African Origins Of The Major Western Religions -Yosef Ben Jochannan
Africans At The Crossroads -Dr. John Henrik Clarke
Before The Mayflower -Lerone Bennet, Jr.
Black Labor, White Wealth - The Search For Power And Economic Justice -Claud Anderson, Ed. D.
Blueprint For Black Power -Amos Wilson
Breaking The Chains Of Psychological Slavery -Na'im Akbar
Chains And Images Of Psychological Slavery -Dr. Na'im Akbar
Civilization Or Barbarism -Cheikh Anta Diop
Criminalizing A Race -Charshee C. L. McIntyre
From "Superman" To Man -J.A. Rogers
From Babylon To Timbuktu -Rudolph Windsor
From Columbus To Castro -Eric Williams
How Europe Underdeveloped Africa - Walter Rodney.
Introduction To African Civilization -John G. Jackson
Isis Papers -Frances Cress Welsing
Man, God And Civilization -John G. Jackson
Precolonial Black Africa -Cheikh Anta Diop
Stolen Legacy -George James
The African Origin Of Civilization -Cheikh Anta Diop
The Afrocentric Idea -Molefi Kete Asante
The Black Jacobins -C.L.R. James
The Community Of Self -Dr. Na'im Akbar
The Destruction Of Black Civilization -Chancellor Williams
The Mis-Education Of The Negro -Carter G. Woodson
The Philosophy & Opinions Of Marcus Garvey -Amy Jacques Garvey
The Shaping Of Black America -Lerone Bennett, Jr.
The Wretched Of The Earth -Frantz Fanon
They Came Before Columbus -Ivan Van Sertima
What They Never Taught You In History Class -Indus Khamit Kush
Wonderful Ethiopians Of The Ancient Cushite Empire -Drusilla Dunjee Houston

Credit: Professor James Small, https://www.facebook.com/ProfJamesSmallAfricanWorld
‘Those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it.’
 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9653995

9:00am
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CORE Survivor Group

CORE Survivor Group

Monday, February 26, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

A supportive online community for trauma survivors and their loved ones.

If you or a loved one are dealing with the aftermath of trauma, CORE is a great resource to better understand and manage your emotions. Join us in a safe space where you can talk through common feelings after trauma, build coping skills, establish healthy boundaries, and more.
Guided by WOAR Crisis Advocates, CORE is a 10-session online program that covers topics related to trauma and healing. You can attend every session or only select the ones that are most useful to you.
 
Sessions run from 12-1:30 pm on Mondays via Zoom. This group starts on Monday, February 12th.
 
**There will be no group on February 19th due to Presidents' Day.

Hosted by: Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Online Location: https://woar-org.zoom.us/j/82028091401

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9836317

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
Virtual Office Hour with the 2nd Vice President

Virtual Office Hour with the 2nd Vice President

Monday, February 26, 2024 - 1:00pm to 6:00pm

The Student Government Association (SGA) offers an ideal opportunity to hone leadership skills through its commitment to upholding the daily mission of Community College of Philadelphia. SGA’s legislative, educational, cultural and leadership activities help students to be informed, concerned citizens and active participants in the cultural life of the city. The SGA executive board consists of 10 officers, including a President and two Vice Presidents, three Senator-At-Large Main Campus, four Regional Center Senators, Senator-At-Large Regional Centers, Senator North East Regional Center, Senator North West Regional Center, and Senator West Regional Center elected by the student body. Serving with them are the Marketing Secretary, Recording Secretary, Treasurer Secretary and Event Coordinator. New members are elected each year!
 
 
 

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Online Location: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/organization/sga

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9806374

1:00pm
Event Location:
 
Trans and Gender Nonconforming Student Support Group

Trans and Gender Nonconforming Student Support Group

Monday, February 26, 2024 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm

A weekly drop-in social support group for trans and gender non-conforming students. Get support, learn how to advocate or yourself, or even commiserate with others who understand. Topics vary from week to week based on what the group wants to discuss.
After 2/8 we are moving to Mondays at 3pm!

Hosted by: Counseling Center, MarcDavid LGBTQ Center, Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9918673

3:00pm
Event Location:
 
President Martin's office hours

President Martin's office hours

Monday, February 26, 2024 - 3:45pm to 5:00pm

President Kahneef Martin will be holding office hours from 3:45 PM to 5:00 PM, offering a dedicated time for students to voice their questions, ideas, or concerns directly. This initiative is part of President Martin's commitment to ensuring open communication and responsiveness to the student body's needs. The office hours serve as an accessible platform for students to seek assistance, share innovative ideas, or discuss any issues they face. President Martin is eager to listen, provide support, and work collaboratively with students to enhance their experience and address challenges within the campus community. All students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to engage with their SGA president and contribute to the ongoing dialogue aimed at improving their campus life.

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9937136

3:45pm
Event Location:
 
Queer Student Union Weekly Meetings

Queer Student Union Weekly Meetings

Monday, February 26, 2024 - 4:30pm to 5:30pm

The Queer Student Union (QSU) meets twice per week, Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30pm in S2-08. Drop by and say hello!

Hosted by: MarcDavid LGBTQ Center, Queer Student Union

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9918623

4:30pm
Event Location:
 
Chat over Coffee featuring the LGBTQ Department

Chat over Coffee featuring the LGBTQ Department

Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

Students- Love the Experience at CCP!!!
Join The office of Student Engagement for Chat over Coffee which will include information from a different guest department monthly. This is a chance for students to get information about services on campus that they may not be aware of and engage with their peers in a social setting. 
 
Location: CATC - 1st Fl Lobby 
Guest Department- LGBTQ
Find out how to get more involved or contact us if you would like to join our Student Engagement team! 
 
Dionne Easton, M.S., Coordinator, Student Engagement, Regional Centers, deaston@ccp.edu  
 
Division of Student Development

Hosted by: Office of Student Engagement - Regional Centers

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9690303

11:00am
Event Location:
 
Afro Beat Day Party for Black History Month

Afro Beat Day Party for Black History Month

Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 11:00am to 2:00pm

2/27, 11- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board, Afro Beat Day Party, Featuring  Yazirdadeejay. Winnet Courtyard. Rain location Winnet Building Lobby. Come get your dance on! Chill! Relax! Food and Drinks served. Come and meet members of the Divine 9  
Get your dance on! Try the Azonto, Kukere, Alkayida, Skelewu, Sekem, Shaku Shaku, or just dance!
If you need to brush up. Check this out! 
Also come and meet members of the Divine 9 at Community College of Philadelphia   
Black students, whether studying at historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) or predominantly white institutions, came together to create these organizations, forging familial ties to one another and outreach within the larger Black community. Those kinships and ties endure to this day. These organization were formed at a time when Greek life at predominantly white institutions excluded Black students.   
Questions - Jenavia Weaver, M. A. Director, Student Engagement
studentdevelopment@ccp.edu  

Hosted by: All Black Student Alliance ( Black Student Union), Division of Student Development, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9853178

11:00am
Event Location:
 
All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 11:00am to 2:00pm

Join the All Black Students Alliance for Black History Month! 
Members and anyone interested in becoming a new member. Members remember to wear your All Black Students Alliance hoodie.   
2/13, 11-12 pm - Saxbys Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!  Meet up at Saxby's and join the cool crowd ( CCP Faculty, Staff, Students and perhaps a special guest) to have a lively discussion about the current state of Black Folks and/or your favorite book by a Black author over Free Coffee!  Remember you can go to the CCP Library and check out a book from the Black History Month book display.  Look out for the discussion corner to swipe in, join the discussion and get free coffee voucher. 
2/14, 12-1:30 - Free College-wide Black History Luncheon, Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. RSVP HERE.
2/14, 12pm  until supplies last. Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. Look for the table display. Celebrate Akoma Day! Nya Akoma (pronounced N yah Ah coma) is the greeting for Akoma Day also known as Black Love Day, which means get a heart, be patient, and return to love. Akoma Day is an intentional cultural and spiritual alternative to Valentine's Day. The focus of Akoma Day is the intimate relationship and how that relationship creates family, neighborhood, community and nationhood.
2/20, 11 a.m. Black History Month Fireside Chat with Dr. Generals, President, Community College of Philadelphia, Winnet Building Lobby
2/20, 4:10-6:20, Hip Hop. Still standing! Commemorating Hip Hop. 50+ years. Come celebrate with the pioneers from Philadelphia, Spring Garden Records Studio, M2-08
2/21, 12- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board Tribute to Malcolm X.   The X Factor. A discussion about the life and legacy of Malcolm X. Brother Eric K. Grimes, Speaker and other guest. Winnet Building Lobby. Coffee, Food and Snacks served.
2/22, 11-2 pm - Grady's Community Garden Food Sovereignty Winter Crop Harvest, Volunteer Day. Spring crop planting and fresh produce and the produce and fruit giveaway stats at 1:30 until supplies last. Located at Grady's Community Garden. Planting traditional crops grown in the African Diaspora.  Come and let's grow together! 
2/27, 11- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board, Afro Beat Day Party, Featuring  Yazirdadeejay. Winnet Courtyard. Rain location Winnet Lobby. Come get your dance on! Chill! Relax! Food and Drinks served.    
2/28, 11-1 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board hosts the Black Faculty and Staff Alliance Dining with the African Diaspora, Winnet Lobby. Come sample the rich and tasty food from the different parts of the African diaspora. The African Diaspora speaks of the worldwide collection of communities and people descending from Africa still living in Africa, the U.S., the Caribbean and any land where African slaves were. 
2/29, 11-2 pm, The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair, Bonnell Lobby The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair ( BWW&H Fair) is a celebration of the C.R.O.W.N Act (Creating a Respectful Open World for Natural Hair). Hair is a centerpiece of Black culture; it’s a symbol of identity, resistance, creative expression and freedom.  The fair will consist of community wellness ( Spirit, Mind and Body) partners along with Black haircare professionals as hair is understood as an essential component of a Black woman's wellness. Guest Speaker - Philadelphia Councilmember Kendra Brooks. 
 
Questions? Dr. Anya Love, alove@ccp.edu
Faculty Advisor

Hosted by: All Black Student Alliance ( Black Student Union), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9927416

11:00am
Event Location:
 
NEWSFLASH! Vanguard student newspaper article drop

NEWSFLASH! Vanguard student newspaper article drop

Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 12:00pm to 5:00pm

Check out the latest articles published by CCP Lion student journalists in the Vanguard student newspaper.
Questions or want to join the team? Email vanguard@ccp.edu.
 

Hosted by: Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development, The Vanguard

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9950166

12:00pm
Event Location:
 
In -Person Office hours with the 2nd Vice President

In -Person Office hours with the 2nd Vice President

Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 2:00pm to 7:00pm

Come Join the 2nd Vice President in the Library besides the Saxby's Café in the Mint Building.
The Student Government Association (SGA) offers an ideal opportunity to hone leadership skills through its commitment to upholding the daily mission of Community College of Philadelphia. SGA’s legislative, educational, cultural and leadership activities help students to be informed, concerned citizens and active participants in the cultural life of the city. The SGA executive board consists of 10 officers, including a President and two Vice Presidents, three Senator-At-Large Main Campus, four Regional Center Senators, Senator-At-Large Regional Centers, Senator North East Regional Center, Senator North West Regional Center, and Senator West Regional Center elected by the student body. Serving with them are the Marketing Secretary, Recording Secretary, Treasurer Secretary and Event Coordinator. New members are elected each year!
 
 

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9806470

2:00pm
Event Location:
 
Grief, Loss & Exploring Ways to Cope

Grief, Loss & Exploring Ways to Cope

Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm

Greif is a natural reaction to loss. Death of a loved one, illness and social crises are among the many losses a person may experience. However painful the event, one can find meaning. This workshop is designed to help gain insight and offer support through the grieve process.

Hosted by: Counseling Center

Online Location: https://bit.ly/3tWccd2

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9806912

3:00pm
Event Location:
 
President Martin's office hours

President Martin's office hours

Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 3:45pm to 5:00pm

President Kahneef Martin will be holding office hours from 3:45 PM to 5:00 PM, offering a dedicated time for students to voice their questions, ideas, or concerns directly. This initiative is part of President Martin's commitment to ensuring open communication and responsiveness to the student body's needs. The office hours serve as an accessible platform for students to seek assistance, share innovative ideas, or discuss any issues they face. President Martin is eager to listen, provide support, and work collaboratively with students to enhance their experience and address challenges within the campus community. All students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to engage with their SGA president and contribute to the ongoing dialogue aimed at improving their campus life.

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9937137

3:45pm
Event Location:
 
President Martin's office hours

President Martin's office hours

Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 3:45pm to 5:00pm

President Kahneef Martin will be holding office hours from 3:45 PM to 5:00 PM, offering a dedicated time for students to voice their questions, ideas, or concerns directly. This initiative is part of President Martin's commitment to ensuring open communication and responsiveness to the student body's needs. The office hours serve as an accessible platform for students to seek assistance, share innovative ideas, or discuss any issues they face. President Martin is eager to listen, provide support, and work collaboratively with students to enhance their experience and address challenges within the campus community. All students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to engage with their SGA president and contribute to the ongoing dialogue aimed at improving their campus life.

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9937138

3:45pm
Event Location:
 
President Martin's office hours

President Martin's office hours

Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 3:45pm to 5:00pm

President Kahneef Martin will be holding office hours from 3:45 PM to 5:00 PM, offering a dedicated time for students to voice their questions, ideas, or concerns directly. This initiative is part of President Martin's commitment to ensuring open communication and responsiveness to the student body's needs. The office hours serve as an accessible platform for students to seek assistance, share innovative ideas, or discuss any issues they face. President Martin is eager to listen, provide support, and work collaboratively with students to enhance their experience and address challenges within the campus community. All students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to engage with their SGA president and contribute to the ongoing dialogue aimed at improving their campus life.

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9937139

3:45pm
Event Location:
 
Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

DO YOU NEED A PLACE TO DISCUSS AND SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES ABOUT ADDICTION OR RECOVERY EROM SUBSTANCE USE?Join our weekly support group for a place to share and listen.No commitment necessary.
Virtual early evening group, Thursdays , 4-5p  (On Zoom)
In-person group, Tuesdays, 4p-5p,  in S2-08 (Winnet Student Life Bldg)

Hosted by: Office of Collegiate Recovery

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9666138

4:00pm
Event Location:
 
Popcorn Wednesday's NERC

Popcorn Wednesday's NERC

Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

Students- Love the Experience at CCP!!!
Join The office of Student Engagement for Popcorn Wednesday's which will include information from a different guest department monthly. This is a chance for students to get information about services on campus that they may not be aware of and engage with their peers in a social setting. 
 
Location: NERC - Front Lobby 
Guest Department- Women's Outreach and Advocacy Center 
Find out how to get more involved or contact us if you would like to join our Student Engagement team! 
 
Dionne Easton, M.S., Coordinator, Student Engagement, Regional Centers, deaston@ccp.edu  
 
Division of Student Development

Hosted by: Northeast Regional Center (NERC), Office of Student Engagement - Regional Centers

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9689682

11:00am
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Get Registered to Vote at #CCPVotes Voter Registration Table

Get Registered to Vote at #CCPVotes Voter Registration Table

Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

Come visit us at one of our voter registration tables on Main Campus where we can help you register to vote, check your registration status, answer your questions about the upcoming election, and more! We are here to help you get you ready to vote on April 23rd.
 
Spring 2024 Voter Registration Events:

Wednesday, February 28, 2024 | 11:00am - 1:00pm | Pavilion Lobby (Main Campus)
Wednesday, March 13, 2024 | 11:00am - 1:00pm | Pavilion Lobby (Main Campus)
Thursday, March 14, 2024 | 11:00am - 1:00pm | Northeast Regional Center Lobby (NERC)
Tuesday, April 2, 2024 | 11:00am - 1:00pm | Bonnell Lobby (Main Campus)
Deadline to Register to Vote - Monday, April 8, 2024 | 10:00am - 2:00pm | Bonnell Circle (Main Campus) *rain location: Bonnell Walkway

Hosted by: Institute for Community Engagement and Civic Leadership

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9811438

11:00am
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All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

Join the All Black Students Alliance for Black History Month! 
Members and anyone interested in becoming a new member. Members remember to wear your All Black Students Alliance hoodie.   
2/13, 11-12 pm - Saxbys Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!  Meet up at Saxby's and join the cool crowd ( CCP Faculty, Staff, Students and perhaps a special guest) to have a lively discussion about the current state of Black Folks and/or your favorite book by a Black author over Free Coffee!  Remember you can go to the CCP Library and check out a book from the Black History Month book display.  Look out for the discussion corner to swipe in, join the discussion and get free coffee voucher. 
2/14, 12-1:30 - Free College-wide Black History Luncheon, Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. RSVP HERE.
2/14, 12pm  until supplies last. Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. Look for the table display. Celebrate Akoma Day! Nya Akoma (pronounced N yah Ah coma) is the greeting for Akoma Day also known as Black Love Day, which means get a heart, be patient, and return to love. Akoma Day is an intentional cultural and spiritual alternative to Valentine's Day. The focus of Akoma Day is the intimate relationship and how that relationship creates family, neighborhood, community and nationhood.
2/20, 11 a.m. Black History Month Fireside Chat with Dr. Generals, President, Community College of Philadelphia, Winnet Building Lobby
2/20, 4:10-6:20, Hip Hop. Still standing! Commemorating Hip Hop. 50+ years. Come celebrate with the pioneers from Philadelphia, Spring Garden Records Studio, M2-08
2/21, 12- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board Tribute to Malcolm X.   The X Factor. A discussion about the life and legacy of Malcolm X. Brother Eric K. Grimes, Speaker and other guest. Winnet Building Lobby. Coffee, Food and Snacks served.
2/22, 11-2 pm - Grady's Community Garden Food Sovereignty Winter Crop Harvest, Volunteer Day. Spring crop planting and fresh produce and the produce and fruit giveaway stats at 1:30 until supplies last. Located at Grady's Community Garden. Planting traditional crops grown in the African Diaspora.  Come and let's grow together! 
2/27, 11- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board, Afro Beat Day Party, Featuring  Yazirdadeejay. Winnet Courtyard. Rain location Winnet Lobby. Come get your dance on! Chill! Relax! Food and Drinks served.    
2/28, 11-1 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board hosts the Black Faculty and Staff Alliance Dining with the African Diaspora, Winnet Lobby. Come sample the rich and tasty food from the different parts of the African diaspora. The African Diaspora speaks of the worldwide collection of communities and people descending from Africa still living in Africa, the U.S., the Caribbean and any land where African slaves were. 
2/29, 11-2 pm, The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair, Bonnell Lobby The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair ( BWW&H Fair) is a celebration of the C.R.O.W.N Act (Creating a Respectful Open World for Natural Hair). Hair is a centerpiece of Black culture; it’s a symbol of identity, resistance, creative expression and freedom.  The fair will consist of community wellness ( Spirit, Mind and Body) partners along with Black haircare professionals as hair is understood as an essential component of a Black woman's wellness. Guest Speaker - Philadelphia Councilmember Kendra Brooks. 
 
Questions? Dr. Anya Love, alove@ccp.edu
Faculty Advisor

Hosted by: All Black Student Alliance ( Black Student Union), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9927417

11:00am
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Stress & Anxiety Coaching Group

Stress & Anxiety Coaching Group

Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

The facilitator will provide you with hands-on coping skills to help you better combat stress and anxiety.

Hosted by: Counseling Center

Online Location: https://bit.ly/3O1vbcY

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9807288

12:00pm
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Meditation Group

Meditation Group

Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - 12:15pm to 12:45pm

No experience is necessary. All students, faculty, and staff are welcome!

Hosted by: Counseling Center

Online Location: https://bit.ly/3TSVLsI

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9807177

12:15pm
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President Martin's office hours

President Martin's office hours

Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - 3:45pm to 5:00pm

President Kahneef Martin will be holding office hours from 3:45 PM to 5:00 PM, offering a dedicated time for students to voice their questions, ideas, or concerns directly. This initiative is part of President Martin's commitment to ensuring open communication and responsiveness to the student body's needs. The office hours serve as an accessible platform for students to seek assistance, share innovative ideas, or discuss any issues they face. President Martin is eager to listen, provide support, and work collaboratively with students to enhance their experience and address challenges within the campus community. All students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to engage with their SGA president and contribute to the ongoing dialogue aimed at improving their campus life.

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9937140

3:45pm
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Goal Setting

Goal Setting

Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 10:00am to 11:00am

This workshop will help you set goals that are realistic and achievable

Hosted by: Counseling Center

Online Location: https://bit.ly/3NVdYCh

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9807394

10:00am
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All Black Students Alliance Club Weekly Meet -up

All Black Students Alliance Club Weekly Meet -up

Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 10:00am to 11:30am

The All Black Students Alliance is a team of receptive,grounded and compassionate young leaders. Exhibiting and strengthening the integrity, rights, morality, ingenuity, history, and liberty of every black student on campus. we strive to break stereotypes and prejudice by cultivating and educating. We are somebody, we have roots, we are proud, we have dignity, and we are truth, we are black and beautiful wherever we hail from since 1619 in the U.S., the Caribbean, Haiti or newly immigrated from Africa.  We are ONE! WE ARE THE ALL BLACK STUDENTS ALLIANCE. 
 
Questions? Dr. Anya Love, Club Advisor, alove@ccp.edu

Hosted by: All Black Student Alliance ( Black Student Union), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9939685

10:00am
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DO MORE! @ CCP. How to get involved outside of class. Student Club and Organization Training Sessions.

DO MORE! @ CCP. How to get involved outside of class. Learn about student programs, clubs, leadership development, organizations, and much more! 
All sessions are on a Thursday 10-11 am. Join us virtually or in - person.   
Sep 28, 2023 10:00 AMOct 5, 2023 10:00 AM  Oct 12, 2023 10:00 AMOct 19, 2023 10:00 AMOct 26, 2023 10:00 AMNov 9, 2023 10:00 AMDec 7, 2023 10:00 AMFeb 1, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 8, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 15, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 22, 2024 10:00 AMFeb 29, 2023 10:00 AM
Virtual: Webinar Zoom link. https://ccp.zoom.us/j/95299437004
In-person. Location Winnet Student Life Building, Center for Student Leadership Development, S1-12 
Sessions begin Thursday, September 28, 2023, to February 29, 2024. 
Zoom and in-person sessions will introduce all of the CSLD programs and provide links for Pride Portal Training (How to register the Org/Club; How to set up a Zoom and in-person meetings; all the “How To's” provided links/videos from Campus labs provides as a resource; provide guidance/suggestions on how to create engaging programs for their particular cohorts; manage student clubs online and answer in-person questions. 
Note: To Start a Club:
* 4 Currently enrolled students, each with min. 2.5 GPA. New students are exempt from the GPA requirement.   
* All students and club advisors who wish to start a club or re-activate must attend at least one session. Each club must have at least 2 members and the Club Advisor attend ( *Only CCP Staff, Administrator, and Faculty employees are eligible to be club and or organization advisors)
* Advisors must send in proof of enrollment and GPA by attaching the BANNER screen printout.  SFAREGQ FOR ENROLLMENT AND SHATERM FOR G.P.A. -or- THE STUDENT DATA FORM WHICH ALSO SHOWS ENROLLMENT AND G.P.A. EMAIL jjweaver@CCP.EDU 
* Each year, the last day to activate a student club is the Friday prior to Spring Break.  The last training session will be held Thursday, 2/29/24. The deadline to complete all criteria is Friday, 3/1/24. 

Hosted by: Division of Student Development, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Online Location: https://ccp.zoom.us/j/95299437004

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9177704

10:00am
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All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

All Black Students Alliance Club Meet -up events for Feburary

Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 11:00am to 2:00pm

Join the All Black Students Alliance for Black History Month! 
Members and anyone interested in becoming a new member. Members remember to wear your All Black Students Alliance hoodie.   
2/13, 11-12 pm - Saxbys Coffee is Good for the Soul and Mind!  Meet up at Saxby's and join the cool crowd ( CCP Faculty, Staff, Students and perhaps a special guest) to have a lively discussion about the current state of Black Folks and/or your favorite book by a Black author over Free Coffee!  Remember you can go to the CCP Library and check out a book from the Black History Month book display.  Look out for the discussion corner to swipe in, join the discussion and get free coffee voucher. 
2/14, 12-1:30 - Free College-wide Black History Luncheon, Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. RSVP HERE.
2/14, 12pm  until supplies last. Winnet Building, Great Hall, S2-19. Look for the table display. Celebrate Akoma Day! Nya Akoma (pronounced N yah Ah coma) is the greeting for Akoma Day also known as Black Love Day, which means get a heart, be patient, and return to love. Akoma Day is an intentional cultural and spiritual alternative to Valentine's Day. The focus of Akoma Day is the intimate relationship and how that relationship creates family, neighborhood, community and nationhood.
2/20, 11 a.m. Black History Month Fireside Chat with Dr. Generals, President, Community College of Philadelphia, Winnet Building Lobby
2/20, 4:10-6:20, Hip Hop. Still standing! Commemorating Hip Hop. 50+ years. Come celebrate with the pioneers from Philadelphia, Spring Garden Records Studio, M2-08
2/21, 12- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board Tribute to Malcolm X.   The X Factor. A discussion about the life and legacy of Malcolm X. Brother Eric K. Grimes, Speaker and other guest. Winnet Building Lobby. Coffee, Food and Snacks served.
2/22, 11-2 pm - Grady's Community Garden Food Sovereignty Winter Crop Harvest, Volunteer Day. Spring crop planting and fresh produce and the produce and fruit giveaway stats at 1:30 until supplies last. Located at Grady's Community Garden. Planting traditional crops grown in the African Diaspora.  Come and let's grow together! 
2/27, 11- 2 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board, Afro Beat Day Party, Featuring  Yazirdadeejay. Winnet Courtyard. Rain location Winnet Lobby. Come get your dance on! Chill! Relax! Food and Drinks served.    
2/28, 11-1 pm - Lion Leader Student Programming Board hosts the Black Faculty and Staff Alliance Dining with the African Diaspora, Winnet Lobby. Come sample the rich and tasty food from the different parts of the African diaspora. The African Diaspora speaks of the worldwide collection of communities and people descending from Africa still living in Africa, the U.S., the Caribbean and any land where African slaves were. 
2/29, 11-2 pm, The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair, Bonnell Lobby The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair ( BWW&H Fair) is a celebration of the C.R.O.W.N Act (Creating a Respectful Open World for Natural Hair). Hair is a centerpiece of Black culture; it’s a symbol of identity, resistance, creative expression and freedom.  The fair will consist of community wellness ( Spirit, Mind and Body) partners along with Black haircare professionals as hair is understood as an essential component of a Black woman's wellness. Guest Speaker - Philadelphia Councilmember Kendra Brooks. 
 
Questions? Dr. Anya Love, alove@ccp.edu
Faculty Advisor

Hosted by: All Black Student Alliance ( Black Student Union), Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9927418

11:00am
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The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair

The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair

Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 11:00am to 2:00pm

Join us!  All are welcome! 
2/29, 11-2 pm, The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair, Bonnell Building Lobby 
The Black Women's Wellness and Hair Fair ( BWW&H Fair) is a celebration of the C.R.O.W.N Act (Creating a Respectful Open World for Natural Hair). Hair is a centerpiece of Black culture; it’s a symbol of identity, resistance, creative expression and freedom.  The fair will consist of community wellness ( Spirit, Mind and Body) partners along with Black haircare professionals as hair is understood as an essential component of a Black woman's wellness. Guest Speaker - Philadelphia Councilmember Kendra Brooks. 
There will be lots of free resources, giveaways, food and a special hot herbal tea hub to make your experience special! 
 
Questions?
 
Jenavia Weaver, M.A. Director, Student Engagement 
Lynsey Grace, Ph.D Director, Athletics
Melissa Fogg, M. A., Director, Women's Outreach and Advocacy
 
studentdevelopment@ccp.edu
Click HERE for the full list of Black History Month.

Hosted by: Athletics Department, Office of Student Engagement / Center for Student Leadership Development, Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9953427

11:00am
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Women's Center: Create and Connect

Women's Center: Create and Connect

Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Friendship and conversation for the girls, gays, and theys. 

Join us for a weekly drop-in meetup to work on creative projects and build connections in a fun low-pressure setting! This is a space to share your lived experiences, support each other, connect with wellness services, and decompress.

Hosted by: Women's Outreach & Advocacy Center

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9836136

12:00pm
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SGA General Assembly of February

SGA General Assembly of February

Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 3:45pm to 5:00pm

Get ready for an exciting event! The Student Government Association is excited to invite you to the General Assembly on February 29, 2024, at 3:45 PM. This assembly is a fantastic opportunity for student clubs and organizations to come together, socialize, and build lasting connections. Taking place in the welcoming Winnet Lobby, this gathering is set to be an amazing occasion.
The General Assembly serves as a crucial platform for clubs and organizations to engage, share ideas, and explore collaborative ventures. It's the perfect moment to highlight your group's achievements and objectives, while also learning about the initiatives of other clubs. Whether you're aiming to network, seek inspiration, or simply enjoy the company of peers, this event has something for everyone.
Make sure you don't miss out on this chance to be a part of our dynamic campus community and witness the diversity and innovation of our student organizations. We'll be creating the perfect atmosphere for relaxed conversations and forming new friendships.
Come join us in the Winnet Lobby for an afternoon filled with community spirit and collaboration. Let's come together to make this General Assembly a pivotal event for fostering unity and success among our campus clubs and organizations!

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9876783

3:45pm
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President Martin's office hours

President Martin's office hours

Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 3:45pm to 5:00pm

President Kahneef Martin will be holding office hours from 3:45 PM to 5:00 PM, offering a dedicated time for students to voice their questions, ideas, or concerns directly. This initiative is part of President Martin's commitment to ensuring open communication and responsiveness to the student body's needs. The office hours serve as an accessible platform for students to seek assistance, share innovative ideas, or discuss any issues they face. President Martin is eager to listen, provide support, and work collaboratively with students to enhance their experience and address challenges within the campus community. All students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to engage with their SGA president and contribute to the ongoing dialogue aimed at improving their campus life.

Hosted by: Student Government Association

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9937141

3:45pm
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Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Recovery Support Groups, Spring 2024

Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

DO YOU NEED A PLACE TO DISCUSS AND SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCES ABOUT ADDICTION OR RECOVERY EROM SUBSTANCE USE?Join our weekly support group for a place to share and listen.No commitment necessary.
Virtual early evening group, Thursdays , 4-5p  (On Zoom)
In-person group, Tuesdays, 4p-5p,  in S2-08 (Winnet Student Life Bldg)

Hosted by: Office of Collegiate Recovery

Online Location: https://ccp.zoom.us/j/94395180103?pwd=akNGRVFnNXZuYjFFUVBvUnlzNW5tQT09

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9666139

4:00pm
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Nostalgia: A Journey into Philadelphia’s House Ballroom Scene

Nostalgia: A Journey into Philadelphia’s House Ballroom Scene

Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Philadelphia's Reigning Face Divo, The Icon Hall of Famer, Jacen Bowman Presents...
Nostalgia: A Journey into Philadelphia’s House Ballroom Scene
 
Join us the week before on 2/22 for the Documentary Screening of Paris is Burning
 
You may have heard of Ballroom Culture from TV shows like "Pose" or "Legendary", but did you know Philadelphia currently has a thriving Ballroom Scene of it's own? Come learn about the History of Ballroom, hear directly from Icons in the Philadelphia Ballroom Scene, and get a taste of what it's like to attend an actual Ball! Presented by Philadelphia's Reigning Face Divo, The Icon Hall of Famer, Jacen Bowman!
 
Jacen is a Beauty Contributor for FOX 29 WTXF Good Day Philadelphia,had his worked featured in various publications which include Teen Vogue, Uptown Magazine,Vibe,Vibe Vixen,The Goods, and Nylon. He has also worked as Lead Make up Artist for Oscar Nominated Film "I am Not Your Negro", and worked for several cosmetic brands including MAC Cosmetics, Laura Geller, Smashbox and Kevyn Aucoin. Currently he is the Beauty Editor of several online magazines, and works behind the scene’s on some of your Reality TV Franchises such as Love and Hip-Hop, and Real House Wives and runway shows. You may also recognize him from Season 2 of Legendary on Max!

Hosted by: MarcDavid LGBTQ Center, Queer Student Union

Additional Information can be found at: https://prideportal.ccp.edu/event/9919269

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