Join us for this series. L.E.A.P. is a program offered by the Center for Student Involvement that aims to engage Cal State LA students in the discovery of personal leadership identities through interactive sessions. Participants will be exposed to the Social Change Model and explore its application for the settings student leaders will encounter: the classroom, clubs and organizations, the workplace and the larger community. Session 6 participants in L.E.A.P. will be able to login to a community event to celebrate the end of the series and highlight moments of importance.
A monthly virtual mixer with the PASRC that will highlight the joys and contributions of Blackness across the diaspora. Join us to connect with students, staff and faculty committed to Black empowerment at Cal State LA. Each month we'll play games, build community and connect. Visit the CCC Linktree for Zoom information.
Luis J. Rodriguez, the author of Always Running - La Vida Loca: Gang Days in L.A., will be visiting Cal State LA for a virtual author talk. Rodriguez will be joined by Bidhan Roy, professor of English at Cal State LA. A Q&A session with the Cal State LA community to follow.
A monthly program from the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center that invites students to reflect on the complexity, joy and beauty of LGBTQIA+ identity in everyday life. Visit the CCC Linktree for Zoom information.
The Men of Color Success Network (MOCSN) at Cal State LA is a brotherhood and community for men of color student scholars. The MOCSN promotes opportunities for identity development, brotherhood, leadership, holistic well-being and retention, and career development. Join us for a MOCSN gathering! Visit the CCC Linktree for Zoom information.