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Student Leader Orientation (SLO)

Friday, Oct 26, 9:30 am
Student Services Building, Room 404

Student Leader Orientation: this session is a 2.25 hour long workshop that is required for all presidents, financial officers/treasurers, and any other officer of a student organization that wants to be able to conduct business for the organization with SF State. This is a CSU requirement (DO NOT BE LATE! We do lock the door and refuse entry after a certain slide) and the only way to meet this requirement is to attend a specific Student Leader Orientation session...

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Sport Club Late Night Events - Turn Up Late Night Events, Hosted by Sport Clubs

Saturday, Sep 8, 1 pm
Cesar Chavez Student Center, Rosa Parks A-C

All sport club officers must attend this workshop!

Emily Hops, Health Educator, Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs (ATOD), Health Promotion & Wellness Daisy Espinoza, Intern Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs Nafiza Khan, Intern Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs
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Skillport Concussion Training

Saturday, Sep 8, 2:15 pm
Cesar Chavez Student Center, Rosa Parks A-C

Student Managers will go through the required online concussion training through Skillport in order to increase concussion education and build more awareness.

Brenna Dougherty, Sport Club Student Manager, Campus Recreation Hayley Everhart, Sport Club Student Manager, Campus Recreation Andrew Hoffer, Interim Coordinator of Intramural Sports, Sport Clubs, and Camps, Campus Recreation Required that Sport Club Officers attend

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Sport Clubs in The Mashouf Wellness Center

Saturday, Sep 8, 11 am
Cesar Chavez Student Center, Rosa Parks A-C

This is a REQUIRED presentation for ALL sport club officers; Hoffer will make an announcement regarding AS funding if you arrive early!

Brenna Dougherty, Sport Club Student Manager, Campus Recreation Hayley Everhart, Sport Club Student Manager, Campus Recreation Andrew Hoffer, Interim Coordinator of Intramural Sports, Sport Clubs, and Camps, Campus Recreation Required that Sport Club Officers attend
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Turn Up! 101

Saturday, Sep 8, 2:15 pm
Cesar Chavez Student Center, Richard Oaks Memorial Center (ROMC), Top floor, accross from the Art Gallery

Want to Turn Up! without the headache the next day? Learn how to maximize the good nights and minimize the bad nights through this interactive workshop.

Emily Hops, Health Educator, Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs (ATOD), Health Promotion & Wellness Daisy Espinoza, Intern Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs Nafiza Khan, Intern Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs

We will be talking about standard drink sizes, how to find your personal buzz point, and how to turn up for...

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Turn Up! 101

Saturday, Sep 8, 11 am
Cesar Chavez Student Center, Richard Oaks Memorial Center (ROMC), Top floor, accross from the Art Gallery

Want to Turn Up! without the headache the next day? Learn how to maximize the good nights and minimize the bad nights through this interactive workshop.

Emily Hops, Health Educator, Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs (ATOD), Health Promotion & Wellness Daisy Espinoza, Intern Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs Nafiza Khan, Intern Alcohol, Tobacco, & Other Drugs

We will be talking about standard drink sizes, how to find your personal buzz point, and how to turn up for...

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Intersecting The Work: Linking Kimberlé to Laverne

Saturday, Sep 8, 1 pm
Cesar Chavez Student Center, Rosa Parks F

Intersectionality? A complicated concept that many talk about but what does it truly mean to practice it? Meet Rashad, a queer, black diversity/inclusion/equity educator from the South, for dialogue and interactive activities to learn what he thinks Kimberlé intends and how you can intersect your work, implement more just practices within institutions of higher education, and focus on equitable spaces for all.

Jartavious Small, Residential Coordinator, Residential Life

In this...

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Intersecting The Work: Linking Kimberlé to Laverne

Saturday, Sep 8, 11 am
Cesar Chavez Student Center, Rosa Parks F

Intersectionality? A complicated concept that many talk about but what does it truly mean to practice it? Meet Rashad, a queer, black diversity/inclusion/equity educator from the South, for dialogue and interactive activities to learn what he thinks Kimberlé intends and how you can intersect your work, implement more just practices within institutions of higher education, and focus on equitable spaces for all.

Jartavious Small, Residential Coordinator, Residential Life

In this...

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Leadership can be messy...but it doesn't have to be

Saturday, Sep 8, 11 am
Cesar Chavez Student Center, Rosa Parks D

Leading an organization can be a challenging task. Suddenly you're the person in charge of budgets, major decisions, facilitating the direction of the organization, at accountable to those decisions and actions. Come learn ways to balance the responsibilities in combination with ethics and wellness.

Kelly Thibault, Interim Director of Student Conduct, Office of Student Conduct

This presentation will share information in combination with discussion and providing tools to help...

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Self-Care for Resilience: Managing Stress

Saturday, Sep 8, 2:15 pm
Burk Hall 237

This workshop explores various self-care strategies to utilize on a daily basis to promote positive mental health and reduce stress. Participants will engage in different self-care strategies and develop personal goals to reducing stress. Participants will also be able to identify 2-3 resources on campus one can go to for self-care help, list 2 benefits of self-care, and identify two personal stressors.

Jul Custodio, Mental Health Educator, Health Promotion & Wellness

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Self-Care for Resilience: Managing Stress

Saturday, Sep 8, 1 pm
Burk Hall 237

This workshop explores various self-care strategies to utilize on a daily basis to promote positive mental health and reduce stress. Participants will engage in different self-care strategies and develop personal goals to reducing stress. Participants will also be able to identify 2-3 resources on campus one can go to for self-care help, list 2 benefits of self-care, and identify two personal stressors.

Jul Custodio, Mental Health Educator, Health Promotion & Wellness

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Self-Care for Resilience: Managing Stress

Saturday, Sep 8, 11 am
Burk Hall 237

This workshop explores various self-care strategies to utilize on a daily basis to promote positive mental health and reduce stress. Participants will engage in different self-care strategies and develop personal goals to reducing stress. Participants will also be able to identify 2-3 resources on campus one can go to for self-care help, list 2 benefits of self-care, and identify two personal stressors.

Jul Custodio, Mental Health Educator, Health Promotion & Wellness

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Student Organization Banking 101

Saturday, Sep 8, 1 pm
Burk Hall 28

All recognized student organizations are required by the California State University system to "bank" using the process they have prescribed. At SF State, that now means all recognized organizations will be required to "bank" using the process facilitated by UCorp. Come learn how to use this new process and how it will benefit your organization with adding the ability to now accept Non-Profit Tax exempt donations.

Ricardo Angeles, Accountant Lead, UCorp Sarah, Accountant, UCorp
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Student Organization Banking 101

Saturday, Sep 8, 11 am
Burk Hall 28

All recognized student organizations are required by the California State University system to "bank" using the process they have prescribed. At SF State, that now means all recognized organizations will be required to "bank" using the process facilitated by UCorp. Come learn how to use this new process and how it will benefit your organization with adding the ability to now accept Non-Profit Tax exempt donations.

Ricardo Angeles, Accountant Lead, UCorp Sarah, Accountant, UCorp
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LET’S DO THE WORK! Challenging Our Minds & Hearts to Prevent Sexual Violence

Saturday, Sep 8, 1 pm
Burk Hall 236

(Trigger notice: sexual violence/rape culture discussion)

Learn how we can all be part of the solution to end sexual violence in our communities! In this workshop, we'll talk about gender, culture, consent, and practical ways we can prevent sexual violence. Plus, learn how to access SF State resources that can help you in creating a culture of safety and respect in your organization.

Denmark Diaz, Men's Health Educator, Health Promotion & Wellness

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LET’S DO THE WORK! Challenging Our Minds & Hearts to Prevent Sexual Violence

Saturday, Sep 8, 11 am
Burk Hall 236

(Trigger notice: sexual violence/rape culture discussion)

Learn how we can all be part of the solution to end sexual violence in our communities! In this workshop, we'll talk about gender, culture, consent, and practical ways we can prevent sexual violence. Plus, learn how to access SF State resources that can help you in creating a culture of safety and respect in your organization.

Denmark Diaz, Men's Health Educator, Health Promotion & Wellness

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One Love’s Behind the Post Workshop: an inside look at how social media plays a role in both healthy and unhealthy relationships

Saturday, Sep 8, 11 am
Burk Hall 226

The One Love Foundation works to end relationship violence by educating young people  about healthy and unhealthy relationships and mobilizing them in a movement for change. One Love’s Regional Coordinator will take you through their Behind the Post Workshop, a campaign that highlights not only the role social media can play in our relationships but also provides an insight on all 10 warning signs of an unhealthy or even abusive relationship. A discussion will follow the film in which...

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How to Plan a Major Event at SF State and Cesar Chavez Student Center

Saturday, Sep 8, 2:15 pm
Cesar Chavez Student Center, T-160

Want to plan a concert? Want to host a conference? Or do you simply need a meeting room? The Cesar Chavez Student Center provides space for general meetings and major events at San Francisco State University. Join the Associated Students staff for this informative presentation and discover how you can host your next successful event here at the Student Center!

Ana Navarro, Senior Meeting Services Assistant, ASI Angelek Abarca, Event Manager, ASI John Fields, Events Manager,...
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How to Plan a Major Event at SF State and Cesar Chavez Student Center

Saturday, Sep 8, 1 pm
Cesar Chavez Student Center, T-160

Want to plan a concert? Want to host a conference? Or do you simply need a meeting room? The Cesar Chavez Student Center provides space for general meetings and major events at San Francisco State University. Join the Associated Students staff for this informative presentation and discover how you can host your next successful event here at the Student Center!

Ana Navarro, Senior Meeting Services Assistant, ASI Angelek Abarca, Event Manager, ASI John Fields, Events Manager,...
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How to Plan a Major Event at SF State and Cesar Chavez Student Center

Saturday, Sep 8, 11 am
Cesar Chavez Student Center, T-160

Want to plan a concert? Want to host a conference? Or do you simply need a meeting room? The Cesar Chavez Student Center provides space for general meetings and major events at San Francisco State University. Join the Associated Students staff for this informative presentation and discover how you can host your next successful event here at the Student Center!

Ana Navarro, Senior Meeting Services Assistant, ASI Angelek Abarca, Event Manager, ASI John Fields, Events Manager,...
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Time, Place, and Manner

Saturday, Sep 8, 2:15 pm
Cesar Chavez Student Center, Rosa Parks E

The University provides an environment for freedom of expression, as well as a forum for ideas, perspectives and viewpoints to be stated and questioned, as well as tested and clarified. In doing so, we uphold a long standing tradition at SF State of supporting critical thought and expression, engendering greater awareness of systemic societal issues, and championing the development of one’s own mind. Freedom of expression at SF State is subject to reasonable restrictions of time, place,...

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Time, Place, and Manner

Saturday, Sep 8, 1 pm
Cesar Chavez Student Center, Rosa Parks E

The University provides an environment for freedom of expression, as well as a forum for ideas, perspectives and viewpoints to be stated and questioned, as well as tested and clarified. In doing so, we uphold a long standing tradition at SF State of supporting critical thought and expression, engendering greater awareness of systemic societal issues, and championing the development of one’s own mind. Freedom of expression at SF State is subject to reasonable restrictions of time, place,...

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Time, Place, and Manner

Saturday, Sep 8, 11 am
Cesar Chavez Student Center, Rosa Parks E

The University provides an environment for freedom of expression, as well as a forum for ideas, perspectives and viewpoints to be stated and questioned, as well as tested and clarified. In doing so, we uphold a long standing tradition at SF State of supporting critical thought and expression, engendering greater awareness of systemic societal issues, and championing the development of one’s own mind. Freedom of expression at SF State is subject to reasonable restrictions of time, place,...

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