Wear Jeans With a Purpose on Denim Day - Wednesday, April 25

  Unfortunately, sexual violence is still a reality in our society. News headlines of sexual violence in the music and entertainment industries, USA Gymnastics, the workplace, and on college and university campuses across the country are too common. Take a stand against rape culture of men, women, and children worldwide. Here's What Yo ...


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Looking for a Full-time Paid Apprenticeship?

The Diversity Apprenticeship Program (DAP) is a new initiative by The Broad and is looking for art handlers. There is no previous experience required or educational requirement. DAP encourages all students to apply. Apprenticeship Benefits: $16/hour, plus benefits Training with experienced art handlers Rotation assignments an ...


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STEM Week

STEM Week The STEM office and faculty will be hosting STEM week. STEM Week is designed to give all students an opportunity to explore exciting knowledge building sessions associated to the Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, and Health fields. It will feature workshops, demonstrations, presentations, and info sessions from ...


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Register for Spring Late-Start Classes

It’s Not Too Late, Register for Spring Late-Start Classes Classes begin April 9, 2018 If you need help adding a late-start class, contact the office of Outreach and Recruitment at 818.364.7779. They are located in the Campus Center on the Lower Level. Their hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.–5 p.m. ANATOMY 001 – I ...


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Theatre Announces Associate Degree for Transfer, New Course and More!

  Spring is shaping up to be an exciting semester for Theatre. The department has announced their new Associate Degree for Transfer, the new Intro to Stage Craft (Theater 300) course, the 2018 Stage & Screen Fest and the highly anticipated return of Peter and the Starcatcher (March 15-24). Associate in Arts Degree for Transfer in Theate ...


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Child Development Hosts Quality Counts Conference

The Quality Counts Conference on Saturday, March 17th was a cross collaboration between Mission, Pierce, and Ventura Community Colleges. There were over 220 students, teachers and faculty attendees comprised from sister colleges and the surrounding community as far away as Ventura and Antelope Valley. The day was spent understand the important role ...


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Jamba Juice Fundraiser - Support ASO

ASO’s Jamba Juice Fundraiser Come out and support the Associated Student Organization’s (ASO) efforts to raise funds for students on Monday, March 26. Smoothies are only $3.00 and you can choose from strawberry or mango. Proceeds will go towards ASO’s future De-Stress Finals Activities event. Proceeds will go towards ASO& ...


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Join a Campus Club and Get Involved

The Associated Student Organization (ASO) Inter Club Council invites you to take part in Club Rush activities. This is your chance to meet with the clubs on campus and get involved with student life. Clubs provide an opportunity for students with a common interest to form a membership group and develop activities and events that form a sen ...


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Don't Miss the Return of 'Peter and the Starcatcher'

After their wildly popular run in the fall, Los Angeles Mission College Theatre Arts is proud to present a two-week revival of Peter and the Starcatcher, a play by Rick Elice with music by Wayne Barker, and directed by Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts, Robert Cucuzza.  This Tony Award-winning play with music will be presented in L.A. Mis ...


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