Staff Resources: 11. Employee Services / Staff Perks
MYECC APPLY

STAFF RESOURCES

11. Employee Services / Staff Perks


 

Educational Reimbursement

Eligible employees may attend classes at El Camino College and receive reimbursement for paid enrollment fees and books purchased in the ECC Bookstore. Further information regarding this program maybe found in Article 21, Section 4, of the ECCE Agreement.

Article 21, Section 4


 

Attendance Incentive Program

The purpose of this program is to recognize those employees who have an exemplary attendance record with a $150 “bonus” award. Eligible employees include members of the classified (ECCE) and campus police (POA) collective bargaining units. For more detailed information, read Article 11, Section 12, of the ECCE agreement.

Article 11, Section 12


 

Single Insurers

 

 


 

Rideshare Program

Give up solo driving at least eight days per month and participate in the ECC Alternate Mode of Transportation Program. Participants can earn $25 as a one-time bonus AND $25 per month for leaving the car at home and biking, carpooling, walking, or taking the bus/rail/Metrolink to work. You could also be eligible to win a $25 gift certificate to an area retailer. Start by registering and then to be eligible for the prize drawings, use an alternate mode of transportation for three consecutive months or longer.

Do your part for the environment! Southern California leads the nation in air pollution and traffic congestion. Currently eight in 10 commuters drive alone to work, and traffic congestion is growing by three percent each year. If changes aren’t made, average rush-hour speeds will drop by more than half in the next decade – from 35 mph to 15 mph!

People who rideshare can park in “Staff Only Carpool” spots. The rideshare program has allocated 15 parking stalls for staff/faculty members who carpool to El Camino College, located in Lots C, H, and A. The staff carpool stalls are marked with orange “Staff Carpool Only” signs and are ready for your group!

Contact Erick Mendoza today in Parking Services at ext. 3983 to learn more about the Rideshare Program.

Source: ECC Matters Winter 2012, ECC Matters January 2013


 

Computer Loans

Contact person: Delores Buerger, x3109 or dbuerger@elcamino.edu

All full-time employees at El Camino College are eligible to participate in the Computer Loan Program. Employees can borrow up to $4,000 on a 2-year, interest-free loan. Repayment is through payroll deduction. Quotes and/or receipts must include the employee’s name and original receipts must be returned to Accounting.

 


 

ECC Bookstore

Employees can receive a 10% Discount on all items (excluding sale and food items) with your Employee ID card.

ECC Bookstore

 


 

CollegeBuys

The Foundation for California Community Colleges develops programs and services that save millions of dollars for colleges and students, promote excellence in education. CollegeBuys, powered by the Foundation, offers discounts on industry-leading software and technology for faculty, staff and students.

CollegeBuys Home

 


 

Center for the Arts

The Center for the Arts offers performances in Theater, Dance, Speech, Music, a Resident Artist Series, and the ever popular Discovery Series (armchair travel movies). 

Employees can receive 25% discount on two tickets valued over $15.00.  Performance tickets and ASB discount tickets (movies, theme parks) can be purchased at the Marsee Ticket Office. You must bring your Employee ID Card.  

For more information, call 1-800-832-ARTS or go to the Web site at www.centerforthearts.org.  

Order Tickets - Discounts

 


 

Art Gallery

The Art Gallery is located on the ground floor of the Art and Behavioral Sciences building and offers six shows a year, including a faculty show and a student show.  For more information, call (310) 660-3010 or visit the Web site at www.elcamino.edu/commadv/artgallery.

 


 

ASB Student Stickers

ASB (Auxiliary Service Board) sticker can be purchased for $10.00 by faculty and staff at the Cashiers and the Center for the Arts ticket office. The sticker is good for the entire year and provides discounts to most of the theme parks, discounts on movie theater tickets, and to all home football games. 

ASB Information

 


 

Discounts

The Admissions Office has discount cards available for various theme parks and attractions.  You may contact the office at (310) 660-3414.  Discount movie and theme park tickets (with an ASB sticker) are also available at the cashier window.  

 


 

Credit Union

The El Camino College Federal Credit Union is located at 15706 Crenshaw Blvd., Gardena, California, the telephone number is (310) 323-9800.  Normal working hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Hours and days may change during the summer and holidays.  Any employee of El Camino College is eligible to become a member of the Credit Union.  The ECC Federal Credit Union offers ATM machines on campus, banking services and free notary service to ECC employees.

The Credit Union is not an official branch of the college, and its employees are not college employees.  It operates as an independent service to the college.

 


 

Fitness Center

The Fitness Center (located in PE-32) houses workout equipment which can be used by employees.  Call x. 3667 for hours.

 


 

Anthropology Museum

The Anthropology Museum is located on the third floor of the Art and Behavioral Sciences building.  It features annual shows with a theme and regional focus.  Gallery exhibits are designed and installed by Museum Studies students enrolled via the Anthropology Department.  

 


 

Community Education

The Community Education department offers not-for-credit classes in a variety of areas, including arts & hobbies, business, computers, emergency preparedness, health and well-being, languages, travel and writing.  For more information, call (310) 660-6460 or visit the Web site at www.eccommunityed.com.    

 


 

Planetarium / Observatory

The South Bay Astronomical Society meets in the Planetarium on the first Friday of each month.  Admission is free and students and the public are welcome.  Also, the Astronomy Department hosts several Planetarium shows each semester which are also free and open to the public. Concurrent with the Planetarium shows (and on other nights as well), observing sessions are held in the Observatory on the roof of the Mathematics building via a Celestron 16 inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope.  The Observatory is also equipped with a Hydrogen-Alpha Solar filter for viewing solar prominences and flares during the day time.   For more information on the Planetarium show schedule or to arrange a private show for schools or clubs, call:  (310) 660-3373.  For Observatory Open House information, call (310) 660-3246.  

 


 

< Prev