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Entrepreneurship workshops still available
Business is business!
Learn the fundamentals of running your own business and turning an idea into an opportunity.
Find out how to be eligible for $1,000 in services to achieve your dream. 
May 7 is Creating your Initial Financials, May 21 is Fast Pitch Presentation Preparation, and May 28 is Pitching to Judging Panel. 
All remaining workshops will be held on the Riverside City Campus in the Quadrangle, room 110 from 1:30-3 p.m. 
Register now by contacting Sean Snider at 951-571-6480 or by e-mail at Sean.Snider@rcc.edu.

Summer in Morocco
Spend ten days seeing exotic Morocco.
See ancient architecture, the famous Casablanca, the largest desert in the world the Sahara, and the Atlas Mountains.
Riverside City College is sponsoring a summer study tour to Morocco from June 18-29. 
For more details on the cost and the itinerary contact Jan Schall, Coordinator International Education at 951-222-8340 or e-mail at jan.schall@rcc.edu. 
 

Graduation day approaches
Students who applied by April 1 to participate in the Riverside City College commencement ceremonies will be able to walk on June 10. 
Times of the ceremonies for each campus are as followed: Norco at 10 a.m., Moreno Valley at 5 p.m. and Riverside at 7:30 p.m. 
 

Art and music come together
The .EDU Arts + Music Festival is free event for enthusiasts of art and music sponsored by ASRCC. It will be held at Riverside City College on May 15.
Live DJs, MCs, breakdancers, artists, and muralists will be showcased at the festival.  All ages are welcome and parking is free.
For more information visit http://www.myspace.com/dotEDUfestival

Family time at RCC
Early childhood studies and First 5 Riverside are putting on their first family expo. May 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Quad.
Free dental screenings, advice for expectant parents, parents of toddlers and preschoolers and workshops for parents and caregivers are some of the activities offered.
There will also be free car seat inspections and appearances by Clifford the Big Red Dog and Sid the Science Kid.
Call 1-800-266-3880 to register. For more information and to view workshop times go to http://www.rccfc.org/EXPO

Story of survival
Clara Knofpler, a Holocaust survivor will share her story from her book “I Am Still Here: My Mother’s Voice” on May 12 from 2-3 p.m. in the Digital Library Auditorium.
The reading is open to students, faculty and staff. 

Building for success
Riverside City College is offering students skill building workshops to teach the tools needed to be successful in college. 
The workshops, held May 4 from 5-6 p.m. and May 19 from 12:50-1:50 p.m. in the Quad room 127, will help students prepare for finals.
Sign ups not required.

Art students exhibit best work
RCC honors student art exhibition is show May 6 from 6-8:30 p.m. in the Quad Art Gallery. The event features student work from the art department and photography program of all three colleges.
The show is free to the public.

Transfer to universities
The Transfer/Career Center are hosting the Transfer Recognition Ceremony on June 2 for students who have been admitted into a four-year university. 
Ceremony will be held at the Aguilar Patio from 12-2 p.m. If anyone is eligible for the award can go to the Transfer Career Center no later than May 21.  

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