JCC’s Endangered Earth film series enters its third consecutive year with a screening of Revolution on September 16.
The series, sponsored by JCC’s sustainability program, college program committee, Earth Awareness Club, and Hultquist Library, is free and open to the public. Films begin at 7 p.m. in the Carnahan Center Theatre and feature a guided post-screening discussion.
JCC’s modern languages program will present a Spanish Film Club this fall.
The Spanish Film Club series is made possible with the support of the Katharine Jackson Carnahan Endowment for the Humanities, Pragda, SPAIN arts & culture, and the Secretary of State for Culture of Spain.
Films will be shown at JCC’s sites in Jamestown, Olean, and Dunkirk. The screenings, which are free and open to the public, begin at 7 p.m. in Carnahan Theatre (Jamestown), Cutco Theatre (Olean), and room 119 of the North County Training Center (Dunkirk).
Auditions for JCC’s production of South Pacific begin at 7 p.m. on September 1 and 2 in Scharmann Theatre.
Those auditioning should be ready to learn some easy dance steps and to work on choreography. Participants need to memorize a song prior to audition and be able to perform it.
“Since the show deals with the issue of race, I am particularly interested in finding people of African-American and Asian heritage,” notes theatre director Robert Schlick. A boy and girl of ethnic heritage between the ages of eight and 10 are also sought.
Students who were named to JCC's spring 2015 part-time student dean’s list earned at least a 3.50 average, equal to a B plus or better, in six to 11 credit hours of letter-graded work, and included:
JCC students pursuing nursing and health-related degrees will benefit significantly from a $1 million dollar investment by the Johnson Foundation of Jamestown.
The John A. and Oscar Johnson Memorial Trust Scholarship Fund for Nursing and Health-Related Professions, established through the investment, will provide scholarships with a preference given to students who have graduated from Chautauqua County high schools, are Chautauqua County residents, and who meet financial aid eligibility requirements.
Students named to the dean’s list for the spring 2015 semester at JCC's Jamestown and Cattaraugus County campuses earned at least a 3.50 average during the semester while enrolled in at least 12 degree credits and include:
Allegany Alexander Anzivine, Jamie Button, Mandi Douthit, Alisha Giardini, Chelsea McCann, Gabriella Ross
Allentown Tiffany Jandrew
Andover Racheal Whitesell
Angelica Charlee Cobin
Expanded partnerships were explored as the Jamestown YMCA and JCC hosted a delegation of nine professionals from the YMCA-YWCA of Chengdu, China in late June.
The partnership began in 2009 when Jon O’Brian, professor of history at JCC and director of the YMCA’s Camp Onyahsa, represented JCC on a visit to the Sichuan region of China at the invitation of the Chinese government.
Introductory Mandarin will be offered at JCC’s Jamestown Campus and North County Center during the fall semester.
Students in the four-credit course will develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills using both the Pinyun phonetic system and the Simplified Chinese characters in Mandarin Chinese (Putonghua).
A total of 549 students students were awarded degrees or certificates from JCC's Jamestown and Cattaraugus County campuses in May 2015. Highest honors represents a 4.0 grade point average, high honors a 3.50 to 3.99 GPA, and honors a 3.25 to 3.49 GPA.