In partnership with the Black Student Union, Classified Staff, Faculty, and Administrators, the Associated Students of Ventura College invite you to participate in Black History Month programs this February 2021, at Ventura College. To celebrate and advocate for Black Culture, Traditions, Education, History, and Arts, we invite our students and campus community to attend our weekly webinar series every Thursday during Black History Month.
Week 1: Thurs, Feb 4th at 12 PM: Celebrating and Highlighting VC Black Leadership
Week 2: Thursday, Feb 11th at 12 PM: History of Black History Month
4: Thursday, Feb 25th at 12 PM: Highlighting Local Black Musicians & History of Hip Hop
For more information regarding Black History Month programming at VC, please reach out to Student Activities Specialist Libby Fatta at email@example.com
The Associated Students of Ventura College would like to invite Students and our Campus Community to our virtual Student Life Day this semester on Wednesday, February 10th, 2021, from 11a-1p via zoom. We will showcase our Student Clubs and Organizations to new and returning students! We are doing things a little differently this year to highlight our Clubs at our virtual Student Life Day. Each Club will be presenting information on their clubs regarding club activities, meetings, and initiatives and how students can get involved at VC. Students who attend Student Life Day will also get the opportunity to win a Fire TV Stick 4K streaming device with AlexaVoice Remote or an All-new Echo Dot (4th Gen) Smart speaker with Alexa in Glacier White.
Join VC’s Virtual Student Life Day on Wednesday, 2/10/21, from 11a-1p:
In partnership with Classified Staff, Faculty, and Administrators, the Associated Students of Ventura College invite you to participate in Latinx Heritage Month this Sept. 15, 2020- Oct. 15, 2020, at Ventura College. To celebrate and advocate for Latinx Culture, Traditions, Education, History, and Arts, we invite our students and campus community to attend our weekly webinar series every Wednesday during Latinx Heritage Month.
The first weekly webinar will be on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020, at noon via zoom to highlight VC Latinx Leadership. The Speakers will be made up of VC Leadership that will share their personal and professional background, challenges they faced and how they overcame them, how they got to their leadership roles, and what advice they have for students. The remainder of the weekly webinar topics will be based on History of Latinx Culture, Movements in Hispanic and Afro-Latinx Communities, This History of the East Campus and Santa Clara Valley, and Celebration & Art: Poetry, Music, Dance.
Week 1: September 16th, 2020: Latinx Leadership at VC
Week 2: September 23rd, 2020: History of Latinx culture
Week 3: September 30th, 2020: Movements in Hispanic Communities
Week 4: October 7th, 2020: This History of the East Campus and Santa Clara Valley
For more information regarding Latinx Heritage Month programming, please reach out to Student Activities Specialist Libby Fatta at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Latinx Heritage Month Week 2 Webinar:
Learn more about Latinx Heritage Month in this Webinar which focuses on Race, Ethnicity, Language: Identity Hispanic Heritage vs. Latinx Heritage and Chicano Student Movements.
Latinx Heritage Month Week 3 Webinar:
Listen to a Ventura College Webinar for Latinx Heritage Month. Our Week 3 Webinar focuses on Movements in Latinx Communities through a sociology perspective and Ventura College HSI Initiatives.
Latinx Heritage Month Week 4 Webinar:
Ventura College presents Week 4 of their Latinx Heritage Month Weekly Webinars. This week's topic is The History of the East Campus and Santa Clara Valley. Local leaders from the Santa Paula area and Ventura College East Campus share their experiences in leadership roles relating to Ventura College East Campus and the Santa Clara Valley.
To celebrate Constitution Day on September, 17th, 2020, the Associated Students of Ventura College (ASVC) and Political Science Club is interested in planning an informative, interactive, and nonpartisan Virtual Panel Discussion on Thursday, September 17th, 2020, at 11:30a-1:00p via Zoom for the VC Community. We would like to focus the conversation around the Constitution, voter registration, the importance of voting and the impact of the 2020 Census to our community and families.
For more information regarding the VC Constitution Day Panel Discussion please reach out to Libby Fatta, at email@example.com.
Ventura College invites you to listen to a non-partisan panel discussion presented on Constitution Day 2020.
The Associated Students of Ventura College in partnership with our VC Student Clubs host a Student Life Day celebration every semester. For the Fall 2020 Student Life Day, Student Clubs and Organizations did things a little differently this year to highlight our Clubs at our virtual Student Life Day. Each Club presented information on their clubs regarding club activities, meetings, and initiatives and how students can get involved at VC. Some students who attended Student Life Day also won giveaways for items such as wireless headphones, Alexa Fire Sticks, Echo Dot Smart Speakers, Wireless Mice, and Pebblebee wallet and key finders!
For more information regarding Student Life Day, please reach out to Student Activities Specialist Libby Fatta at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the Associated Students of Ventura College and the Ventura College Political Science Club Thursday, November 5th from 12-1 via Zoom for a Reflection on the Election Student Forum. This is a forum to help students dealing with anxiety, nervousness, and depression surrounding the Election. We think it is important to host a virtual space for students to ask questions and share their voices. The VC Student Health Center Nurse Coordinator, Mary Jones and VC Mental Health Counselor, Andrew Nelson will be addressing concerns related to anxiety, nervousness, and depression during the event. VC Political Science Faculty Kenyon Callahan and Corinna McKoy will facilitate a dialogue around the presidential elections. We think it’s important to provide students with a space to express their voices, especially as we continue to remain virtual due to COVID-19! For more information, please contact Colin Braza at ASVCdea@vcccd.edu or Libby Fatta at email@example.com.