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  • Start Page of Undergraduate Advising Center - San Francisco State University
    Off Peak Walk In Hours 10am 3pm Monday Friday Mailing Address 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Administration Building 211 Contact Us Email advising sfsu edu Phone 415 338 2101 Fax call above for number Last Update Aug 20 2015 Report Errors to josephb sfsu edu Remediation Per Executive Order 665 all students with ELM scores below 50 are required to pass their remediation mathematics course by the end

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~advising/services/remediation.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Workshops - Undergraduate Advising Center - San Francisco State University
    Advising Home Advising Services Undeclared Majors Probation Special Majors Remediation Workshops Early Start Math English Advising Support Staff Graduate Interns Quick Links Assist org Testing Center SF State Gateway Department Sites Office Hours Monday Friday 8 30am 4 30pm Off Peak Walk In Hours 10am 3pm Monday Friday Mailing Address 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Administration Building 211 Contact Us Email advising sfsu edu Phone 415 338 2101

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~advising/workshops/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Early Start - Undergraduate Advising Center - San Francisco State University
    Tools Search SF State Early Start Program A Smart Start for College Readiness Image Photos of SF State students and scenes from around campus Early Start Program ESP Four Steps to Early Start Out of Area Students Early Start for

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~advising/esp/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Start Page of Undergraduate Advising Center - San Francisco State University
    academic success addressing such concerns as transition to college homesickness identity exploration and development including but not limited to ethnicity sexuality ability career addressing family dynamics mental health issues immigration status Benefits of Interning with Metro College Success Program and the Undergraduate Advising Center Work with a dynamic cohort of students developing relationships with them academically and personally Gain experience in developing and facilitating educational and interactive workshops Participate in a faculty community coming from many disciplines on campus Possibility of a second year internship at CCSF with a parallel Metro Academies program Possibility of paid summer position at UAC to assist with student orientation pending funding and performance Interested students should submit immediately via email a resume cover letter and copy of unofficial transcript of Graduate level work if currently enrolled in a Graduate program We are hoping to fill all positions as soon as possible Camille Santana Metro Advising Coordinator Email metroadv sfsu edu Internship Details Internship Focus 1 Metro College Success Program Metro Seeking to fill 2 positions The Metro College Success Program is a 2 year long duration student learning community 1 of 2 in the country designed to support first generation low income and historically under represented students in the first two years of college at SF State Upon entering SF State freshmen students in the program are divided into a cohort of about 70 students based on major and or career interest and remain with this cohort during their first two years taking specifically Metro designated GE and or major related courses In these Metro courses there is a special emphasis on social justice issues within the students field of interest Students gain a solid foundation to move on to meaningful work in public health social services child development education business science engineering creative

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~advising/staff/graduateInterns.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Index of /webteam
    Index of webteam Parent Directory feedback htm feedback txt thankyou htm

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/webteam/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Fostering New Futures - SF State Magazine Fall/Winter 2015
    they can prove they re among the best and brightest The seeds for Guardian Scholars were planted in 2004 when Sanchez then a pre collegiate community partnership coordinator for the University s Educational Opportunity Program met Associate Professor of Social Work Sonja Lenz Rashid at a conference on foster care and higher education Xochitl had worked with foster youth while doing outreach to middle schools and high schools and I had worked in social work with foster youth in a direct service capacity usually with individuals who ended up homeless after they left foster care Lenz Rashid recalls So we said Hey we re both at SF State Why don t we start a program to do something about this From their first contact with us they know that they belong and they can prove they re among the best and brightest Xochitl Sanchez The first step was planning Sanchez and Lenz Rashid spent a year researching the needs of foster youth and how to meet them They even hosted an informal symposium of foster care kids bringing a group of them to campus to discuss the barriers standing between them and higher education I remember we talked about making sure that housing was always available because that is huge for many foster youth says Sokhom Mao who attended the brainstorming meeting while still a high school student in the foster care system During the holidays or the winter break they might not have anywhere to go and you can t just put them out Not long afterward a 450 000 three year grant from the Stuart Foundation helped launch the Guardian Scholars Program as an independent nonprofit on campus To this day the program relies entirely on donations and grants to cover its budget each year When the first cadre of Guardian Scholars students came to campus Mao was one of them Sokhom Mao top seen here in 2010 with left to right Guardian Scholars Maribel Coronel Elizabeth Alegria and Odessa Rose Powers was just named a White House Champion of Change for doing extraordinary things to make a difference in his community Photo by Eric Millette I would never have graduated from SF State without the support of Guardian Scholars says Mao who earned a criminal justice degree in 2010 The staff are very hands on very involved in the students experience That hands on approach Lenz Rashid and Sanchez call it a high touch model of service extends beyond tutoring counseling and assistance with year round housing The Guardian Scholars staff tries to provide the kind of everyday support most students would get from a family Fresh towels and new dishes and school supplies they help with all that stuff says Fajardo If you need transportation they might give you some coins for the Muni or if you need a new notebook they d get that for you Whatever it was they were there to help The most traumatic thing about being in foster care was feeling

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sfsumag/archive/fall_15/fostering-futures.html (2016-02-13)
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  • The Valley of the Shadow of Death - SF State Magazine Fall/Winter 2015
    encapsulation of both the intimate and the grand The intimate is the life of Alexander whose mother sister and two young nephews were killed on Aug 31 1984 The Valley of the Shadow of Death details Alexander s childhood in Louisiana his family s move to California his NFL career his descent into the L A underworld following the murders in a desperate search for answers and ultimately his redemption years later The grand is how Alexander s story fits into the broader context of life as an African American since the early 20th century Like so many others Alexander s father moved his family from the South to Los Angeles in the hope of escaping Jim Crow discrimination and finding new opportunities But they found as so many others had the relief was only temporary Kermit has expressed this to me so much that the fear and the injustice that they left in the South was relived in a new incarnation in South Central L A with the rise of street gangs Gerould says Many of the people who fled the white supremacists and the terror in the South were now terrorized by their own race in their own neighborhoods The result of four years of exhaustive research and interviews the book had its genesis during a visit by Gerould and Snipes criminal justice studies class to San Quentin State Prison During the visit Gerould overheard a guard say that the most dangerous man on death row was Tiequon Cox a central figure in the Alexander murders That sparked his interest in writing a book about the case and he asked Snipes to work with him on the project They soon discovered some 20 000 pages of court documents that offered not only details of the trials but also revelations about what life was like in gang ridden Los Angeles during the 1980s Photo by Jim Seida NBC News There is history and sociology and personal feelings and Gerould and Snipes were able to capture the spirit of my family and what we went through Kermit Alexander One of the things that surprised me the most was just how much information we were able to come up with on such an old case Snipes says Another was the ability to interview most of the people who were actively involved in this case and how willing they were to talk about it Gerould and Snipes reached out to Alexander who had been making his own attempt to chronicle the tragedy The writing process was too painful for Alexander to tackle alone however and he agreed to meet with Gerould and Snipes They bonded instantly Alexander says and by joining forces they were able to create a portrait not just of the crime but the social circumstances behind it I was able to explain through the book where I came from how I got here what we were faced with as a family and what I had to deal with as

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sfsumag/archive/fall_15/valley-of-death.html (2016-02-13)
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