East Los Angeles College students can use the Career and Academic Pathways site to figure out the right career path for them.
Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed Assembly Bill (AB) 396 to help feed thousands of California students struggling to put food on the table.
The Career and Jobs Services department gave students access to volunteer opportunities in the medical services community. On Thursday, the LAC+USC Medical Center took part in East Los Angeles College’s monthly “Employer Meet & Greet” over Zoom to discuss the process of applying and onboarding for volunteer work at it’s facility.
All nine of the Los Angeles Community Colleges gathered together for a financial literacy fair Friday.
East Los Angeles College budget committee focused on the allocation of funds still available as part of the school’s annual budget. There is an estimated $28 million remaining in the budget that needs to be spent or it will get sent back to the state by the end of the year.
In keeping with the “Umoja spirit,” The East Los Angeles College Umoja Community hosted two scholarship workshops Thursday on Zoom. Meaning “unity” in Swahili, the Umoja Community is a global group of educators who work together in order to inspire and uplift students of African descent.
Paul De La Cerda, former East Los Angeles College Foundation Dean who is being investigated by the Sheriff’s department, has been hired as a Vice President of Instruction at Cabrillo College.
California will head to the polls on September 14th to vote on whether to allow Governor Gavin Newsom to remain in office or if he should be recalled and replaced with another candidate.
There seems to be a common misconception amongst some people now that COVID-19 is slowing down or is under control but that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Covid-19 is running rampant and is as dangerous as it ever was before.
East Los Angeles College Students were victims of fraud emails involving a scam to gain access to their bank accounts.