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Join us on Zoom to celebrate the National Day on Writing on October 20th with fun virtual events:
Informal conversations with professional writers in different genres
Fun writing activities and contests
Sign up for a library card and explore the resources and events at the New York Public Library
View a sampling of Guttman students’ creative work
Attend any of the sessions – drop in and leave as they wish – no need to RSVP or stay for the entire time.
Chat with people who make their living through writing and explore the varied and enjoyable ways that writing can be used in your lives.
Let’s come together, get to know each other, and share our creativity with the Guttman community.
guttman.cuny.edu/dayonwritingFind out more »
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Awareness months are an easy and effective way for a community to get involved.
Domestic violence thrives when we are silent; but if we take a stand and work together, we can take part in the fight to end domestic violence.
Join us today as Guttman Goes Purple!
So wear Purple, take a pic, link and share with Guttman Instagram, Twitter and Facebook pages. #GuttmanPurpleThursday
*AA: Alumni Welcome
If you need any assistance, please visit: Guttman Goes PurpleFind out more »
The Office of Financial Aid has partnered with several on-campus departments to host a Financial Aid Awareness Day.
Join us to learn about your options to finance your education at Guttman.
Information will be available on:
• Federal Work-Study (FWS)- Earn money while you gain valuable work experience!
• Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)- Grades Matter!
• Retaining State Aid Eligibility- How to keep the money coming!
• Federal Direct Loans- How to be a responsible borrower!
For more information and to register click here: Financial Aid Awareness DayFind out more »
The Guttman Community College President’s Speaker Series seeks to illuminate the stories of key figures in New York City. The Series also aims to introduce the Guttman community to persons who are champions for student success and community colleges. This year’s theme is entitled, “Strength, Courage, and Resilience in the 21st Century” to reflect the nation’s grapple with two pandemics: health and social and racial injustices. Join Guttman President Dr. Larry Johnson, Jr. as he engages in lively virtual discussions with guests every month. Events are free and open to the public.
The first speaker to join Dr. Johnson is Juvanie Piquant, the first Haitian American woman to serve as the University Student Senate (USS) Chairperson. She represents more than 500,000 CUNY students in New York State and is the only student member of the City University of New York Board of Trustees. She is an aspiring attorney, completing her Bachelor’s degree in Law and Paralegal Studies at New York City College of Technology.
For more info and to RSVP, go to guttman.cuny.edu/speakerseries.Find out more »
The Wellness Office is hosting a safe space for LGBTQ+ community members and supporters to discuss the current issues surrounding the views on visibility and acceptance within the LGBTQ+ community.
Members of the Wellness team will moderate this chat to ensure everyone’s voice is heard.
This is a free online event, via Zoom, and all are welcome.
To participate in this event, click here: Visibility & AcceptanceFind out more »
Sunset Salsa is led by world-renowned instructor Talia Castro-Pozo, celebrated as “The Woman of Salsa” by Latina Magazine. Whether you’re a novice or an advanced dancer, Talia starts with beginner Salsa lessons before kicking off the night with a sizzling party.
This is a free event and all are welcome, however, registration in advance is required for this event.
To register, please click here: bit.ly/sunsetsalsa
Kindly note, as part of the entry requirements for events in Hudson River Park, attendees must provide proof of a completed vaccination to access the event, which means you should have received your final vaccination dose at least 14 days before the performance date. Please remember to bring your photo ID as well.
Thanks for helping keep HRPK free events safe for all to enjoy! Check out HRPK social feeds for schedule updates and weather cancellations.Find out more »
Finally, after hosting this program virtually with the LGBT Network for over a year now, local Queens celeb and performer, Avant Garbage is finally ready to host Adult Drag Gayme Night in person at a new Queens Center location.
These unpredictable games will keep you on your toes with endless belly laughs to help you decompress from a hectic week. You will play games such as Werewolf, Jackbox TV, Among Us, Scattegories, Pictionary, Cards Against Humanity and more!!
This is a free in-person event and all are welcome. Located inside Kaufman Studios on 35-11 35th Avenue in Queens.
To participate all you have to do is register: bit.ly/AdultGaymeNight
Feel free to e-mail Skip at email@example.com with any questions you may have.Find out more »
The Office of Wellness presents another series of events to get you aligned (mind, body and soul). Join them in this bi-weekly series that ensures you keep physically fit during these stressful times.Find out more »
Brought to you by The Office of Student Leadership & Campus Life, this IG Series will feature Scholar/Activist, Sergio Gonzalez, who will discuss co-creating counternarratives of queer Latinx/a/o individuals within higher education. Immediately following will be a Q&A moderated by Nestor Melendez, Director of Student Leadership.
This is a free, virtual event and all are welcome.
Join us on Guttman IG Live @GuttmanCCFind out more »