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California State University, Los Angeles students and East Los Angeles College alum Dilia Martinez hosted a workshop talking about the struggles college students with disabilities face
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.
April is sexual assault awareness month, and the Sexual Assault Awareness Violence Education Team hosted a virtual workshop on Thursday.
Noe Dominguez and Heribérto Gutierrez Jr led the Resource Recap workshop on March 19, discussing some of the most important resources, programs and services that East Los Angeles College has to offer.
CalFresh hosts monthly virtual workshops for East Los Angeles College students to understand, apply and receive information on qualifying for the program.
Case Navigator for the East Los Angeles Women’s Center Claudia Arévalo spoke Saturday during a virtual workshop regarding the roots of gender oppression.
East Los Angeles College’s Theatre Department, in partnership with Center Theatre Group, held a free workshop for students to learn about the acto acting method, while simultaneously teaching about the history of El Teatro Campesino.