East Los Angeles College has a partnership with local middle and high schools to expose students to higher education at an early stage in students’ academics studies.
East Los Angeles College professors hosted a panel on impeachment and its process on Thursday.
The panel, which was part of the Social Science Lecture Series, included U.S. history professors Steve Wardinski and Carlos Ramirez and political science professors, Kenneth Chaiprasert and Rogelio Garcia.
The Guild of Music Supervisors, a non-profit organization collaborated with East Los Angeles College to bring opportunities to students.
ELAC Music Department has provided opportunities year-round to students that are taking music courses for a general requirement, students that are majoring in music and for the Applied Music students.
Governor Gavin Newsom released the revised budget proposal on Thursday that would increase the amount of funding going into education.
The Hire-A-Husky Job Fair on Wednesday offered opportunities for students to find employment and internships while simultaneously pursuing their education. The fair took place at East Los Angeles College’s South Gate campus.
Legacy L.A., a youth organization, now offers East Los Angeles College students the College Persistence Program.
They are working on expanding their programming and support center for youth.
The improved Weekend College Experience returns Fall 2019.
The WCE is an academic program that will provide students with a variety of newly offered weekend courses.
The Kinesiology Club put together the inaugural Kinesiology Summit on Thursday to promote the kinesiology major and spread awareness of its possibilities at East Los Angeles College.
East Los Angeles College’s future is global education, President Marvin Martinez said. He recommended establishing a Center of Global Education and Engagement by fall of this year.