November 16 - 20, 2020
Fine Art Exhibition through College website. Emphasis is Disability & Identity.
Our identity helps us answer the age-old question: Who am I? For many, disability is an important aspect of identity, and one in which experiences and perceptions vary widely. Art is a powerful means of expressing those experiences and perceptions. Disability and Identity invited students, staff, and community to submit works of art exploring the connections between disability and identity. Help us celebrate the creativity and diversity of a wide range of abilities and perspectives, while exploring how individuals may make sense of disability identity through this showcase.
This virtual art exhibition is hosted by Cerro Coso's Access Programs, in partnership with the Visual and Performing Arts Department. It is part of a larger set of college activities focused on disability awareness and resources for students on health and wellness. We encourage anyone to participate and to utilize creativity and art in their wellness practice.
Letters Against Depression – SGCC, November 2nd – November 30th http://www.lettersagainst.org/cerrocoso
Monday, November 16
Sexual Health, Karly Beavers, Public Health Project Specialist, 10:00am
General information about health and wellness
-Data and trends
-Upcoming community events
Drive-Thru Kickoff - Pick up a FREE wellness kit and learn about the week's activities
- IWV – 5:00pm-7:00pm, Main Building - Mobile Veteran Center
- Bishop – 12:00pm-2:00pm
- Tehachapi – 10:00am-12:00pm
Tuesday, November 17
Mental Health Awareness, Trina Tobey,4:00pm – 5:00pm
Provide a basic overview of mental health vs. mental illness.
• Identify factors that affect mental health.
• Discuss early warning signs of a mental illness.
• Describe the dynamics of mental illness from one theory.
• Educate you on the available resources and behaviors that can aid in the prevention and treatment of mental illnesses.
Movies for Mental Health - Art With Impact, 6:00pm - 7:30pm
- Goal – destigmatize mental health and empower the campus community
- Includes a panel for discussion after the film
Wednesday, November 18
Financial Wellness, Bill Bloom, 4:00pm – 5:00pm
- How to set up a budget
- Using student loans responsibly
- Personal Borrowing responsibly
- Credit 101
- Graduation and your career job
Practice Coping Skills to Reduce Stress, Ashley Thompson, 6:00pm – 7:00pm
With a list of things to do on a daily basis, it’s no wonder we find ourselves stressed out! If we have tools and techniques to use, we can ensure we can reduce our stress and keep it from having such a big impact on us. Attend this workshop to learn about stress, coping skills that reduce stress, and, if you would like, participate in these coping skills during this workshop.
Mammoth Drive-Thru, 12:00pm – 2:00pm