During the Business Club’s “Speaker Series” last Thursday, Rita Suarez, Instruction Librarian, said students should research a company before applying to any of their jobs.
The Sexual Assault Awareness Violence Education Team (SAAVE) hosted a workshop about the sexual violence college students face last Wednesday.
ELAC’s Sociology Club held a workshop discussing the lesser known negative effects of heteronormative dating. The club held its meeting on Zoom Monday.
Students and professional artists came together for the Going Pro Career Fair on Saturday having multiple-unfiltered discussions about all-things arts related.
East Los Angeles College President Alberto J. Roman and Chair of Social Science Marcel Morales, co-hosted a Town Hall and discussing student housing and updates on campus facilities.
The Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees approved a $1.5 million pilot program, allocated from district funds, to house over 100 students who are either homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
All students in the Los Angeles Community College District are eligible for the Metro GoPass, a TAP card that is prepaid with bus and train fare.
Assembly Bill 1919 was passed by the California State Assembly’s Committee on Transportation on April 4.
East Los Angeles College’s Mathematics, Engineering, Science and Achievement Program advises students on what to consider when selecting a transfer school.
The Welcome Center at East Los Angeles College is offering free resources for students including laptops, hotspots and Metro bus passes.