We offer workshops to our students in order to provide them with resources necessary to be a successful college student. We host our own academic strategy workshops as well as host on campus professionals who can provide information to our KEAS Students. Students are encouraged to let us know when workshops on campus interest them so that we can plan future workshops around their interests. Students looking to attend KEAS Workshops can RSVP ahead of time by visiting the KEAS Program in the Student Activities Center, Room AC170.
As part of the KEAS Program, students are required to attend at least two on-campus workshops per semester. While there are workshops offered by the KEAS Counselors and Staff, a KEAS Program Workshop Credit Form can be used to receive credit for other on campus workshops.
For a list of acceptable workshops, or to inquire about a workshop that are not posted, please visit the KEAS Program in the Student Activities Center, Room 170.
A Way To Wakanda: Allyship As A Path To Freedom
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Tuesday, March 27
An educator and activist, Amreen Karmali is passionate about helping people start conversations around the most difficult of topics such as race, gender and sexuality. She envisions a world where people no longer suffer from the wounds of oppression and believes that through these conversations we can create communities in which everyone can be free to be themselves!
To RSVP to this workshop, you must sign up ahead of time at the KEAS Program or by filling out this online form: http://bit.ly/keas-workshop-rsvp
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Other On-campus Workshops
Our mission is to offer quality comprehensive career counseling and services to all students. The Career Center faculty and staff aims to encourage and inspire students to achieve career and life goals by exploring their values, interests, personality traits, aptitudes and skills. Students have the opportunity to learn about career opportunities and current economic trends to be better informed before making a career choice.
Reading Success Center
At the RSC, we know students want to success academically no matter their professional goal. The RSC is a resource center designed to support all ECC students with the reading load in all their classes. The RSC is a partnership with dedicated faculty, staff, and our campus community to support and improve the quality of academic advancement of all students. We aim to provide an atmosphere that is academic, professional, secure, and confidential.
The RISE Center is committed to being an active participant in the student's educational experience so he or she receives the support and attention necessary to be successful academically. With other academic and student support services, the RISE Center offers a variety of services and activities to support student success such as workshops, academic counseling, a computer lab and referrals to on- or off-campus resources.
The Transfer Center provides services and activities to help you through the process of transferring to a university. Understanding university admission requirements can sometimes seem complicated and overwhelming, but we can help you prepare and work towards becoming an eligible applicant to the university. We can help you look at all of your university options, make a good decision on where to transfer, and plan a road map to the university of your choice. It can be a smooth and easy process if you have all the information you need. By utilizing Transfer Center services and attending our activities, you will become aware of potential transfer institutions, gain knowledge of transfer admission requirements, and will increase your motivation and intent to transfer.