The East Los Angeles College Transfer Center provides counseling, workshops and university trips to help prepare students for the transition into universities.
The Sociology Club is a welcoming club and a club that gives back to East Los Angeles College and its community.
The Vision Club has been active since 2009 and it continues to inspire students to be critical thinkers by discussing a wide range of topics.
The Veterans Club is helping student veterans adjust to returning home from service by recreating the camaraderie of service through like-minded members and campus events.
The Centro Community Service Organization held their annual event commemorating the 49th anniversary of the 1970 Chicano Moratorium.
Having a disability can be a challenge because in society, people don’t think that they are capable of doing anything they desire.
Jennifer Sanchez has to face the discrimination of being different because she was born with no right arm, but that doesn’t stop her from pursuing her dream of becoming a corrections officer.
It’s hard not to notice the murals of curvy girls with long, exaggerated eyelashes when driving around East Los Angeles. The person behind these dolls, as she calls them, is Los Angeles-based Latina artist Sand One. “L.A. is my playground. The streets are my gallery,” One said.
Marco Lopez is a philosophy major and was a founding member of a record label/cassette tape cooperative while attending community college.
Dreaming big and overcoming the obstacles in life can amount in achieving higher dreams. East Los Angeles College Professor Lilit Haroyan worked hard on her career in the field of physics. She silenced out the naysayers that didn’t believe her in accomplishing her dreams. Believing in herself, she got to travel the world by experimenting in the world of physics.
Luis Angel Cano captures part of the aesthetic and pop culture influences of East Los Angeles using plastic toys and polymer clay.