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KEAS Program

SEA Village Events/ Workshops

We offer workshops to students in order to provide them with resources necessary to be a successful college student.

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.

 

UPCOMING KEAS EVENTS

KEAS Program

WEDS, AUG 21, 2019
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
SEA Village: Student Services Building, Room 100

This is a special meeting for students in the KEAS Program and SER Learning Communities only.

It is an opportunity for you to get a head start on the semester. If you cannot make it, it's okay, however, there will be no make-up sessions. Refreshments available.

PLEASE RSVP: https://goo.gl/forms/f0RX72orfRnb5vdq1
or call (310) 660-3593 x7716.


PAST KEAS EVENTS

KEAS Program

The unTalent Show
Guest Emcee: Mele Makalo

TUES, MAY 7
1:00 pm-2:00pm
KEAS Program: Student Activities Center, Room 170

We've flipped our traditional talent show to an UNtalent show — “un” meaning uninhibited, unforeseen, unexpected, unconventional talent emerging unlike any other. Our Untalent Show is when all bars are removed and all stops are let out regardless of "talent".

 

KEAS Program

If R. Kelly, Cardi B and Billy Porter Walked into a Room:
GENDER NORMS IN A NEW WORLD
Guest Speaker: Amreen Karmali of The Real Talk Project

TUES, MARCH 19
1:00 pm-2:00pm
KEAS Program: Student Activities Center, Room 170

Amreen Karmali is an educator, activist, consultant and founder of The Real Talk Project. She has a Masters Degree in Education from Cal State Los Angeles and has presented her work at conferences around the nation. Dedicated to helping educate and empower children, youth, and adults around the most difficult of topics, Amreen's educational approaches focus on inclusive, experiential learning, with a full embrace of the culture and priorities of her partners. She proactively integrates with existing communities to serve students, parents, and educators of all ages and genders.

 

KEAS Program

Power in the Pattern: How Story Quilts Reflect Identity & Culture
Guest Speaker: Sidney Hurd

TUES, FEB 26
1:00 pm-2:00pm
KEAS Program: Student Activities Center, Room 170

Ms. Sidney Hurd of the African American Quilters of Los Angeles will speak about how Story Quilts reflect identity and culture. She will have some of her own quilts on display.

 

 KEAS Program

TUES, FEB 5, 2019
Session One: 9:00am-10:30am | Session Two: 11:00am-12:30pm
KEAS Program: Student Activities Center, Room 170

This is a special meeting for students in the KEAS Program and SER Learning Communities only.

It is an opportunity for you to get a head start on the semester. If you cannot make it, it's okay, however, there will be no make-up sessions. Refreshments available.

PLEASE RSVP: https://goo.gl/forms/f0RX72orfRnb5vdq1
or call (310) 660-3593 x7716.

 

 KEAS Program

Thurs, Nov 29, 2018
12:30-1:30pm
KEAS Program: Student Activities Center, Room 170

All are invited to participate in the celebration of our KEAS students.Awards will be presented to students in recognition of their dedication and postitive contributions to the KEAS Program at El Camino College.

This is a free event, open to all students. 

Refreshments available.

 

 KEAS Program

Thurs, Oct 25, 2018
12:30-1:30pm
KEAS Program: Student Activities Center, Room 170

Join us as we transform the KEAS Study Lounge into a stage to celebrate the incredible talent, original poetry, music, and performances by KEAS students.

Sign up today! 

This is a free event, open to all students. 

Refreshments available.

 

 
KEAS Program
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Tues, Sept 25, 2018
12:30-1:30pm
KEAS Program: Student Activities Center, Room 170

Join us for a very special KEAS Workshop with KEAS Counselors Chris Hurd & Robert Williams

What is Code-Switching? - Code switching is the ability to recognize that different scenarios require a change in speech among groups. A person must identify that a change in a social situation has occurred in order to switch codes.

This is a free event, open to all students. 

Refreshments available.

 

 KEAS Student Summit 2018 logo

Monday, August 20 and Tuesday, August 21, 2018
KEAS Program: Student Activities Center, Room 170

* NOTE: If you are in two or more KEAS classes, you only need to attend one session.

Get a head start on the semester. Come sign your KEAS Contract for Success, meet KEAS staff, counselors, instructors and other students.

This is a special meeting for students in the KEAS Program only!

 

Spring 2018: A Way To Wakanda: Allyship As A Path To Freedom

KEAS Program
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Tuesday, March 27, 2018
1:00-2:00 P.M.
KEAS Program: Student Activities Center, Room 170

 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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Spring 2018: Jamming Talents in the Glass House – A Talent Showcase of KEAS students

KEAS Program
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Tuesday, May 1, 2018
1:00-2:00 P.M.
KEAS Program: Student Activities Center, Room 170

Join us as we transform the KEAS Study Lounge into a stage to celebrate the incredible talent, original poetry, music, and performances by KEAS students.
We will have popcorn and light refreshments.

All are welcome.

COST: Free

 

 

Other On-campus Workshops

Student Health Center

http://www.elcamino.edu/student/studentservices/health/workshops.aspx

Our goal is that students will utilize our medical services, workshops and community outreach programs throughout the academic calendar year to help maintain optimum mental and physical wellness. The Student Health Center is solely supported by your student health fee. At the Student Health Center, you will find an integrated approach to health care, where the whole person is evaluated and treated.

Career Center

http://www.elcamino.edu/student/studentservices/careercenter/

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

http://www.elcamino.edu/student/academicsupport/rsc/index.aspx

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.

Rise Center

http://www.elcamino.edu/student/studentservices/rise/

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.

Transfer Center

http://www.elcamino.edu/student/studentservices/transfercenter/

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.