The State Labor Commissioner’s office reviewed California’s COVID-19 labor laws to provide students information on workers’ rights.
The Center for Community College Partnerships at UCLA held Zoom meetings during the last four days to help students who are transferring and extended their hours Sunday. A UC PIQ (Personal Insight Questions) Café was held Sunday Nov. 29 offering their services to East Los Angeles College. Students joined through Zoom to communicate with counselors.
Vice presidents, deans and chair people of East Los Angeles College answered questions from students about international student success, tutoring, admissions, transferring and counseling.
By Erica Cortes The UCLA’s Center for the Community College Partnership hosted a social painting and planting party on Wednesday in the multi-purpose room. They shared food and painting pots while planting small succulents. The CCCP partnered with UCLA ambassadors to help current students transfer. The event’s objective was to give information about upcoming events and encourage others to join the community. Chely Gonzalez, the program’s coordinator was in charge…
Behind teary eyes, Nadine Bermudez, Honors Program director, announced the names of the students who will transfer to four-year universities at the Honors Program Certificate Reception yesterday.
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 Third Annual Student Success Conference offered informational workshops to students at the South Gate campus on Saturday.
East Los Angeles College students joined the University of California Los Angeles for their 20th Annual Student Transfer Outreach Mentor Program conference.
By Rene Rauda Single, hard-working father Hector Casas, an East Los Angeles College student under the Dream Act accomplished his goal to transfer for fall. As an undocumented student, his dream is to one day attend Cal-State Long Beach or the University College of Los Angeles. Once he attends to either those, Casas plans to major in history. In the past, he faced hard times not caring about breaking the…