The African American Employees Network (AFAM) is the reconstitution of a former support group for African American employees at El Camino College. The main purpose is to allow African American employees to network, be in community, and assist and support our students. We also work with campus officials in increasing African American faculty and employees. Given the political implications that surface after the George Floyd murders, AFAM established ourselves as leader on campus in dismantling institutional and structural racist practices.
To serve as a resource for staff, faculty, managers, administration, and students in its pursuit to achieve a visible and institutionalized commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion, support and recognition of all African American/Black employees and students at El Camino College.
Through relationship-driven strategies with college leaders and the community, AFAM will increase engagement opportunities, raise critical consciousness, and empower the community of African American/Black employees and students at El Camino College.
Beautiful Black Women of El Camino... and then there is Chris!.April 26, 2022
It's the library crew: Carla and Erika! Styling and profiling!April 26, 2022
EOPS/CARE/CalWORKs/Guardian Scholars is representing! I'm on the phone!April 26, 2022
The African American Employees (AFAM) Network contributed to the campus with several endeavors.
We said it last year, and we will say it again, we are El Camino College’s African American Employees Network and we are not taking our foot of the gas!