Terminated East Los Angeles College Dean Paul De La Cerda was found guilty on Friday of grand theft by an employee. This charge filed by the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office is in addition to the original charges of one count of Public Office Embezzling for personal use and one count of grand theft by embezzlement, back in January. A plea deal was offered to De La Cerda in April.
Food and beverages will be available to East Los Angeles College students Wednesday and Thursday at the Monterey Park campus and South Gate Center for finals week.
Ken Chaiprasert spoke on voting rights and voter suppression. Chaiprasert went over important voter suppression cases like Crawford V. Marion County and the impact they had on the community.
Activists Loretta Ross and Deja Foxx fight for women’s rights one intergenerational conversation at a time, mainly advocating for control over their own bodies and the lack of representation women have within politics.
Janet Huang and Fernando Gomes briefed students on information regarding College Corps and their three different programs during the Huskies Connect Preparation Workshop.
Black Student Success Week is to provide resources to provide enough resources to African American Students to fulfill their brilliance at community college.
Three major museum-related internships are open to East Los Angeles College students this coming summer, and ELAC librarian Natasha Alvarez can help create impactful resumes.
ELAC’s Political faculty gathered to discuss the biggest challenges in Los Angeles and the complex political structure.
ELAC’s Student Health Services offers various services which can help students maintain good mental health.
Enrollment to Los Angeles Community College District colleges has declined since the start of the pandemic, leaving three years before the economic toll takes effect.