Art allows people to express themselves and their voices in their hearts to be heard. Join the Chicana/o Latina/o Student Resource Center and the Dreamers Resource Center as we learn what it means to be AB540/Dreamer through our poetry workshop series.
Attention all ECST, B&E, and A&L students! Are you thinking about applying to an internship, but don’t know where to start? Look no further than our own campus! Join us as we showcase how these team projects can lead to your next internship. Featuring: the CSULA Formula SAE racing team, EcoCar, Mini Baja, Concrete Canoe, and much more!
Emotional Wellness group therapy session at CAPS with Jackie Meltz, LCSW, PSY.D.
Explore strategies that can build your professional network and brand on LinkedIn.
Presented by Cesar Gonzalez and Lynne Osborne
Join us for a powerful evening of spoken word and poetry. The Gender & Sexuality Resource Center and Pan African Student Resource Center proudly present spoken word artist Kavindu Ade, activist, poet, artist, and performer. Best known for his gender identity poem, “IT,” Kavi’s work centers on navigating intersections of Blackness and Trans* identities, beauty, wonder, and becoming.