Monthly Archives: September 2021

Internship Opportunities

How may we assist you in landing your dream job? Whether you’re interested in short- or long-term career planning, the Career Readiness & Job Placement team offers a variety of services and career readiness experiences to assist you with your specific career needs. If you want to work with a Job Placement Coordinator, please fill out this brief welcome form and someone will contact you soon to schedule an appointment!

Expand your network in ways that will lead to your dream job. The Career Readiness & Job Placement team is excited to share the following paid internship opportunities with you. Check them out—

Free Drive-Thru COVID-19 Vaccination Pop-Up Clinics

Free drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination pop-up clinics will be available throughout the semester at all three colleges.

Vaccine Clinic Schedule


Register at

Make an appointment!

  1. Visit
  2. Click on “Make an Appointment”
  3. When asked for address, enter Cañada College, Skyline College, or College of San Mateo


  • Open to students, employees, and community members
  • Reservations preferred but no one turned away
  • Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines available
  • 12-17 years old: parental permission required through registration process
  • Face coverings required
Cañada College

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Skyline College

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College of San Mateo

Beethoven Lot 2


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Understanding LGBTQI Expansiveness

LGBTQI Dialogue The Student Equity and Support Programs Division (SESP) invites you to our first dialogue session on Understanding LGBTQI Expansiveness facilitated by Evolve Benton, happening on Wednesday September 22 @ 4PM.

What does an inclusive community look like to you? Do you want to help build an inclusive community? 

These sessions are intended to help us explore the lives of marginalized people from the LGBTQI community and People of Color. Through these sessions, we hope to move towards a collective understanding and action towards social justice and empowering the lives of LGBTQI people.

(The 2nd session – Dialogue to Break the Silence on Wednesday November 3)

Please contact if you have any questions, otherwise, we hope to see you there!


Article by Allen Ocampo

Fluent not Fearful – Community Dialogue Sessions

Fluent not FearfulThe Student Equity and Support Programs Division (SESP) invites you to our first Fluent not Fearful dialogue session, happening on Wednesday September 15 @ 4PM.

Do you view yourself as a community leader? Do you want to become a better community leader? 

The Fluent not Fearful sessions are intended to help us close the gap between what we say, what we do, and what we want for our communities.

Join us for a conversation on the importance of equity language!

(The Fluent not Fearful follow up session is on Wednesday November 17.)

Please contact if you have any questions, otherwise, we hope to see you there!

Article by Allen Ocampo

Inaugural College Hour at Skyline College

College HourSkyline College is proud to announce the successful launch of a new community building event, College Hour. Each week, MCPR and Student Life will create an inviting venue for students to come together and connect in person, while learning useful information about various campus services, programs, clubs, and more.

College Hour takes place each Wednesday from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the quad and we are looking for hosts to join each week! While Marketing and Student Life will always be on site to provide the venue, snacks, music, and games, we are also encouraging campus organizations to use this valuable opportunity to get the word out to students about their great programs. Last week, we were happy to host Project Change as well as a voter registration booth, and many programs have already booked future slots!

As we return to life in person, it helps to have a common place to chat with colleagues and students, grab a (free) snack, or play a quick round of Cornhole. We encourage all to come out to support this great, new initiative!

If you are interested in hosting a future College Hour, you can sign up via this Google Doc.



Article by Becky Threewit
Photo by Ricardo Coronado

Community Marketing Seeking Volunteers!

Volunteers NeededIf you, or your family, need free groceries during this challenging time, please visit the Skyline College Drive-Thru Community Market that takes place every Wednesday, from 11:00 am to 1:00 p.m. on the Skyline College Campus through May 2021. This free food distribution is a partnership between Skyline College, Second Harvest of Silicon Valley and volunteers from our local community.

WEDNESDAYS (Skyline College):

Time:                   11:00 am – 1:00 pm

(Gates open 9:00am. Recommended arrival time 12:00pm)

Location:            Skyline College

Address:            3300 College Dr., San Bruno, CA 94066
(Please use Skyline Blvd entrance and follow signs)

Who:                    Open to all students and all members of the community

Weather:             Call 650-738-7970 the day of the event to check for weather closures

                              Closed for Winter Recess on Wednesday, December 30th, 2020

IMPORTANT INFORMATION for all Food Distributions

·       COVID-19 guidelines will be observed

·       Only Drive-thru customers will be served and participants must remain in their cars at all times.

·       This does not impact public charge

·       No I.D. is required to pick up food

·       We will distribute food while supplies last


Alternate Grocery Distributions

If Skyline College on Wednesdays does not work for you, please visit the FREE Drive-thru Emergency Food Distribution that takes place at College of San Mateo every Friday, from 11:00 am to 1:00 p.m. You can also visit the Second Harvest Food Bank website or call the Second Harvest Food Bank food connection hotline at 1-800-984-3663 to receive information about other grocery distributions.


FRIDAYS (College of San Mateo):

Time:           11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Location:     College of San Mateo

Address:      1700 W. Hillsdale Blvd., San Mateo, CA 94402



The Skyline College Free Drive-thru Community Market relies on volunteer support each work. These volunteers help sign in participants, direct traffic and load boxes of groceries into the trunks of cars.  If you are interested in volunteering, go to the Second Harvest Food Bank website to review details and sign up.

BAEC Ling Chien Graduates From College

BAEC is celebrating a graduation. Our very own Ling Chien graduated from San Jose State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration.

Ling has managed her BAEC duties and college student duties while being a student during a pandemic beautifully. However, graduating during a pandemic is a new experience for all students.

“It was interesting at first. I tried to get creative and find ways to make online learning more fun. For example, I built a fort and took classes in it. Or sit next to my roommates who are also taking classes while in class, so it felt like I was in a classroom. Gradually, when online learning went from one semester to two/three semesters, it started to get more stressful as requirements and standards became higher. This is when a physical planner became my best friend. I wrote everything down by the hour on school days, while juggling between two part-time jobs,” shared Ling.

Ling started with the BAEC in the Fall of 2017 as an intern and is now our Program Assistant. She has seen the BAEC grow and change these last few years. She has also learned valuable professional skills that she could take to her future roles.

“I found my path and interests in marketing and I love being creative. I like putting things together, it could be a workshop, a summit, an internship orientation, or a packet for our guests. It makes me feel accomplished to see ideas come to life. I learned that I am an efficient worker and get my tasks done fairly fast,” shared Ling.

Congratulations again to Ling Chien!

The Bay Area Entrepreneur Center is a hub of resources for anyone looking to start and grow their business idea.  Skyline College students, faculty, and staff are welcome to book a business coaching session or attend a workshop!

Questions? Interest? Contact us at, 650-738-7994, or visit us at

Article by Nicole Moreno-Deinzer

BAEC Reminds Business Owners to Prepare For The Holiday Season

flyer for eventAugust is the best time to start thinking about your holiday marketing campaigns. This is the BAEC taught in a workshop on August 26th.

Small business owners and Micro-Grant winners attended a Holiday Marketing Campaign workshop led by Nicole Moreno-Deinzer.

The workshop dived into the steps business owners should take when thinking about their holiday marketing campaigns. Such as;

  • Decide on a campaign theme.
  • Choose your campaign goals.
  • Define your target audience.
  • Create an offer.
  • Create a landing page.
  • Design a promotion plan.
  • Create lead nurturing paths.
  • Take the campaign live.

Business owners were able to ask questions at the end of the workshop. Questions included how to make a landing page, how to increase sales, and much more. Event attendees were also showed websites, and to help them manage their business.

The Bay Area Entrepreneur Center is a hub of resources for anyone looking to start and grow their business idea.  Skyline College students, faculty, and staff are welcome to book a business coaching session or attend a workshop!

Questions? Interest? Contact us at, 650-738-7994, or visit us at

Article by Nicole Moreno-DeinzerSk