SRJC In The News - December 2018

Santa Rosa Symphony Heralds the Holidays
San Francisco Classical Voice, 12/5/2018


Letters to the Editor, Dec. 7
Sonoma Index-Tribune, 12/7/2018


Applications for North Bay Construction Corps available for high school seniors
The Windsor Times, 12/7/18


Petaluma photographer documents migrant caravan
Petaluma Argus Courier, 12/9/2018


Feds propose new West Sonoma Coast wine territory
The Press Democrat, 12/9/2018


California bill proposes offering two years of community college free
Petaluma Argus Courier, 12/10/2018


Editorial: Housing relief 101
Sonoma Index-Tribune, 12/10/2018


Wine Faults Training Offered at Santa Rosa Junior College
Wine Industry Network, 12/11/2018


Wine Faults Training Offered at Santa Rosa Junior College
Wine Industry Insight, 12/12/2018


Tomorrow’s Leaders Today Students Explore Career Options at Criminal Justice Day
The Windsor Times, 12/12/2018


Minority-Serving Colleges and Universities Are Positioned to Serve as a Greater Resource for Meeting U.S. STEM Workforce Needs, But Increased Attention and Investments Are Needed
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, Medicine, 12/13/2018


Wine Faults training offered at Santa Rosa Junior College
Napa Valley Register, 12/13/2018


Back to the land: are young farmers the new starving artists?
The Guardian, 12/17/2018


College student spends $5K to kick start Bellevue Elementary School violin program
The Press Democrat, 12/19/2018