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APSU Club Meeting November 4
2:30pm
to
3:30pm

The goal of Asian Pacific Islander Student Union (APSU) is to organize and conduct activities related to Asian culture such as artists and lectures, promoting awareness and pride in our ethnic identities, culture and heritage.

Advisor: Marianne Le
Email: mle@everettcc.edu

Club Resource Room (inside the Paperclip), PSU 204 Clubs
APSU Club Meeting November 18
2:30pm
to
3:30pm

The goal of Asian Pacific Islander Student Union (APSU) is to organize and conduct activities related to Asian culture such as artists and lectures, promoting awareness and pride in our ethnic identities, culture and heritage.

Advisor: Marianne Le
Email: mle@everettcc.edu

Club Resource Room (inside the Paperclip), PSU 204 Clubs
APSU Club Meeting November 25
2:30pm
to
3:30pm

The goal of Asian Pacific Islander Student Union (APSU) is to organize and conduct activities related to Asian culture such as artists and lectures, promoting awareness and pride in our ethnic identities, culture and heritage.

Advisor: Marianne Le
Email: mle@everettcc.edu

Club Resource Room (inside the Paperclip), PSU 204 Clubs
Snack & Chat November 13
8:00am
to
10:00am

Join Student LIFE and EvCC’s Student Government Fall Quarter for four bi-weekly Snack & Chats. The Snack & Chat is a chance for your voice to be heard and for you to make a difference, as you chat with student senate members, ambassadors or club members, you will learn about what is happening on campus and be able to let Student LIFE know what you would like to see on campus, and you get a free snack!  So, stop on by and Snack & Chat with us.

For more information contact Nichols Eveland, ASB VP of Public Relations, at (425) 388-9317, or Jennifer Rhodes, Student LIFE Advisor at (425) 388-9509.

Parks Student Union Clubs, Student Activities
R.I.S.E. Conference November 22
7:00am

"Where are we Today? Creating a Better Tomorrow”

Everett Community College is proud to present the 2nd annual R.I.S.E. Conference. The R.I.S.E. conference aims to celebrate diversity and bring awareness to issues faced by underrepresented groups. It also provides a safe environment to learn about our own and others' cultures, develop heightened awareness of challenges that these cultures may face, and use newly acquired skills to begin moving forward with social activism. This unique experience brings together 300 students from higher education institutions from across Washington State. There will be workshops, a keynote speaker, and leadership opportunities. Students will also be able to connect and network together. R.I.S.E. stands for Resilient Intellectuals Seeking Equity. The conference experience includes attending educational workshops designed to inspire students to become more comfortable and change the world for the better. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided. Register as soon as possible, registration is on a first come first serve basis with limited availability!

R.I.S.E. will take place on Saturday, November 22nd, 2014. Sign in will take place starting at 7:00am with light refreshments available, and the conference will begin at 8:30am in Jackson Center. It will end at 6:00pm. Students from around the Puget Sound area are welcome to attend. We look forward to seeing you there.

Notice: Tickets for non-Everett Community College Students will cost $20. Current student ID cards are required at the door. ID cards for Everett Community are available in the Paperclip, Parks 203.
Register Here. YOU MUST REGISTER ONLINE.

For more information contact Gianna Sabini, Fine Arts/Lecture Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505, or R.I.S.E Advisor Abraham Rodriguez-Hernandez at 425-388-9997

Student Activities
Rethinking Thanksgiving November 19
2:00pm
to
3:00pm

1st Nations Club and the Diversity and Equity Center invite you to Rethinking Thanksgiving. A presentation by storyteller Rodger Fernandes.

For more information contact advisor, Paula Three Stars at pthreestars@everettcc.edu

Monte Cristo Hall 101 Campus Event, Clubs, Student Activities
Possession Sound Writers: Award-Winning Poet Ed Skoog November 17
1:00pm

Possession Sound Writers presents a reading by Ed Skoog from his Washington State Book Award- winning poetry collection “Rough Day.”  The reading will be followed by a reception and book signing.
Contact Kevin Craft, kcraft@everettcc.edu, 425-388-9395
 

JKC 101 Campus Event
National Geography Awareness Week Activities November 19
(All day)

The Social Sciences Department will be hosting events in celebration of National Geography Awareness Week (National GIS day is Wednesday, Nov. 19).   Story map presentations by students will be from 8:00am-10:00am on Nov.19.  Other events include talks and a brown bag lunch.  For details, please contact Kerry Lyste, geography instructor, 425-388-9381, klyste@everettcc.edu

Whitehorse Critique Space Campus Event
APSU Club Meeting November 13
3:00pm

The goal of Asian Pacific Islander Student Union (APSU) is to organize and conduct activities related to Asian culture such as artists and lectures, promoting awareness and pride in our ethnic identities, culture and heritage.

Gray Wolf Hall 166 Clubs
APSU Club Meeting November 20
3:00pm

The goal of Asian Pacific Islander Student Union (APSU) is to organize and conduct activities related to Asian culture such as artists and lectures, promoting awareness and pride in our ethnic identities, culture and heritage.

Gray Wolf Hall 166 Clubs
College closed for Veterans Day November 11
(All day)

Campus is closed on Tuesday, November 11, for Veterans Day. Campus will open again on Wednesday, November 12.

Holiday
Living Voices: Native Visions - Evening Perfomance November 3
6:30pm
to
7:30pm

Invite your friends, family, and neighbors to this FREE event for the community!

Have you ever wanted to experience history rather than just reading about it? Discover Living Voices, and the unique combination of Theatre, Video, and Live Interaction that creates a high impact experience and unforgettable journey through history. Living Voices, presents “Native Vision”,  the story of a Navajo girl who explores her family’s past while struggling to keep her culture in a government-run boarding school, all while dreaming of becoming a modern healer in a changing world. Her story is brought to life as her community joins the U.S in World War II. This dynamic solo performance, uniquely combined with archival film, turns the experience of Native Americans in the 1930’s and 1940’s into a moving personal journey. Come and join Everett Community College and surrounding community on Monday November 3rd at 6:30pm to experience an engaging and inspiring story that you will not hear in textbooks, brought to life before your eyes.

Please note, content may not be suitable for children below the fourth grade. Parental guidance is advised.

For more information contact Monica Colbert-Kelly, Diversity and Intercultural Awareness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505, or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson at (425) 388-9508

Jackson Center Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
Living Voices: Native Visions November 3
2:00pm
to
3:00pm

Invite your friends, family, and neighbors to this FREE event for the community!

Have you ever wanted to experience history rather than just reading about it? Discover Living Voices, and the unique combination of Theatre, Video, and Live Interaction that creates a high impact experience and unforgettable journey through history. Living Voices, presents “Native Vision”,  the story of a Navajo girl who explores her family’s past while struggling to keep her culture in a government-run boarding school, all while dreaming of becoming a modern healer in a changing world. Her story is brought to life as her community joins the U.S in World War II. This dynamic solo performance, uniquely combined with archival film, turns the experience of Native Americans in the 1930’s and 1940’s into a moving personal journey. Come and join Everett Community College and surrounding community on Monday November 3rd at 2:00pm to experience an engaging and inspiring story that you will not hear in textbooks, brought to life before your eyes.

Please note, content may not be suitable for children below the fourth grade. Parental guidance is advised.

Additional Evening performance: Monday, November 3, 2014 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm

For more information contact Monica Colbert-Kelly, Diversity and Intercultural Awareness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505, or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson at (425) 388-9508

Jackson Center Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
APSU Club Meeting November 6
3:00pm

The goal of Asian Pacific Islander Student Union (APSU) is to organize and conduct activities related to Asian culture such as artists and lectures, promoting awareness and pride in our ethnic identities, culture and heritage.

Gray Wolf Hall 166 Clubs
Last Day to Drop With a W or Change to Audit for Fall November 14
9:00am
to
4:30pm

Today is the final day students are able to drop a class or change from credit status to audit status for Fall Quarter. Changing from credit to audit status requires Instructor Signature.

Campus Important Deadline
Volleyball Tie Breaker (if needed) November 13
7:00pm

A tie breaker in the Northern Region will take place tonight, if two or more volleyball teams are tied for 4th place. The tie breaker will be played to see who will go as the 4th seed to the 2014 NWAC Championships that will take place at the Tacoma Convention Center on Nov. 20th - 23rd. Location of the match and the teams involved will be determined after the last regular season matches take place. This match may not be necessary if there are no ties for 4th place.

TBA Athletics
Aviation Info Session November 13
2:30pm

Aviation Info Session

Paine Field- Building C-80 Workshop and Info Sessions
College closed for Thanksgiving Day November 27
(All day)
to November 28
(All day)

Campus is closed on Thursday-Friday, November 27-28, for Thanksgiving Day. Campus will open again on Monday, December 1.

Holiday
Club Council Meeting November 14
1:00pm

Club Council meetings are designed to allow clubs to network with other clubs, share ideas and information and plan the quarterly Club Fest. Your attendance at Club Council meetings will provide you with information about Club Fest, fund raising ideas, project proposals and funding subject to affirmative vote of the Council members (quorum), and policies and procedures. The Vice President of Clubs organizes and chairs Club Council meetings

For more information Email Brittney Padgett bpadgett@everettcc.edu

GWH 166 Clubs
Composites Info Session November 4
3:00pm

Composites Information Session

Index 109 Workshop and Info Sessions
Deadline for New Students to Apply for Winter Quarter November 10
(All day)

Deadline for new or returning students (gone more than 2 quarters) to submit an online application or adjustment their status to receive an early registration access time and date to register for Winter.

https://www.everettcc.edu/admissions

Important Deadline
Visiting Artist November 3
1:30pm

Jack Southern, an artist and representative from the University of Gloucestershire, will be presenting on campus. 

Whitehorse Critique Space (2nd Floor) Workshop and Info Sessions
Cosmetology Information Session November 6
4:00pm

Learn all the details on career opportunities as a Cosmetologist. This information session will be held at our Marysville location at 9315 State Avenue in Marysville.

http://www.everettcc.edu/programs/bat/cosmetology/information-sessions

Workshop and Info Sessions
Manufacturing Pre-Employment Info Session November 12
3:00pm

Manufacturing Pre-Employment Info Session

Index 109 Workshop and Info Sessions
Manufacturing Pre-Employment Info Session November 19
3:00pm

Manufacturing Pre-Employment Info Session

Index 109 Workshop and Info Sessions
New Student Priority Registration Begins for Winter November 18
(All day)

New or returning students who applied online for Winter Quarter by November 10th are able to register today. Please check your Registration Access Date if you are unsure as to when you are able to register:

www.ctc.edu/~everet/waci004.html

To Register Online:
www.ctc.edu/~everet/webreg/waci221.php

Campus and Online Academic
Precision Machining Info Session November 4
6:00pm

Precision Machining Info Session

AMTEC Building, Room 132 Workshop and Info Sessions
Precision Machining Info Session November 18
3:00pm

Precision Machining Information Session

AMTEC Building, Room 132 Workshop and Info Sessions
SAMA Coat Drive November 10
8:00am

SAMA is collectiong coats, gloves, scarves, and hats for all ages. Children's clothing is encouraged. Donation bins can be found in Liberty Hall, Gray Wolf, and Parks Student Union from Oct. 30 to Nov. 10.

SAMA (Student Association of Medical Assistants) provides a place for students with an interest in Medical Assisting to expand their interest by participating in events such as discussions, projects, guest speakers and book discussions. 

For more information contact Advisor, Chris Clark at cclark@everettcc.edu or Advisor, Robb Etling at retling@everettcc.edu

Liberty Hall, Gray Wolf, Parks Student Union Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
SAMA Coat Drive November 5
8:00am

SAMA is collecting coats, gloves, scarves, and hats for all ages. Children's clothing is encouraged. Donation bins can be found in Liberty Hall, Gray Wolf, and Parks Student Union from Oct. 30 to Nov. 10.

SAMA (Student Association of Medical Assistants) provides a place for students with an interest in Medical Assisting to expand their interest by participating in events such as discussions, projects, guest speakers and book discussions. 

For more information contact Advisor, Chris Clark at cclark@everettcc.edu or Advisor, Robb Etling at retling@everettcc.edu

Liberty Hall, Gray Wolf, Parks Student Union Campus Event, Clubs, Student Activities
SEA Club Meeting November 3
1:30pm

SEA (Students for Environmental Action) is all about promoting environmental awareness and having fun while learning about current sustainability initiatives.

Index 101 Clubs
SEA Club Meeting November 10
1:30pm

SEA (Students for Environmental Action) is all about promoting environmental awareness and having fun while learning about current sustainability initiatives.

Index 101 Clubs
SEA Club Meeting November 17
1:30pm

SEA (Students for Environmental Action) is all about promoting environmental awareness and having fun while learning about current sustainability initiatives.

Index 101 Clubs
SEA Club Meeting November 24
1:30pm

SEA (Students for Environmental Action) is all about promoting environmental awareness and having fun while learning about current sustainability initiatives.

Index 101 Clubs
Film: Toxic Hot Seat November 17
1:30pm
to
4:00pm

SEA CLUB and Washington Toxics Coalition invites you to a special screening of Toxic Hot Seat. “This film follows a courageous group of firefighters and mothers, journalists and scientists, politicians and activists as they fight to expose the shadowy campaign of deception that left a toxic legacy in our homes and bodies – a campaign so cunning, it’s taken nearly 40 years to unravel.” 

This is Event is free for everybody.

For more information contact adivsor, Laura Wild at 425-388-9056.

 

Senate Room: Jackson Center Campus Event, Student Activities
Open Registration Begins for Winter Quarter for Admitted Students November 21
(All day)

Students who have an SID number may register now. If you do not have an SID please apply online:

www.everettcc.edu/admissions

To Register Online:
www.ctc.edu/~everet/webreg/waci221.php

Campus and Online Academic
Swing Dance Club Meeting November 3
4:00pm
to
6:00pm

Swing Dance Club practice and dance east and west coast swing to give students a better understanding of the American history of dance and give them a venue and method for social dancing. 

Student Fitness Center Room 231 Clubs
Swing Dance Club Meeting November 10
4:00pm
to
6:00pm

Swing Dance Club practice and dance east and west coast swing to give students a better understanding of the American history of dance and give them a venue and method for social dancing. 

Student Fitness Center Room 231 Clubs
Swing Dance Club Meeting November 17
4:00pm
to
6:00pm

Swing Dance Club practice and dance east and west coast swing to give students a better understanding of the American history of dance and give them a venue and method for social dancing. 

Student Fitness Center Room 231 Clubs
Swing Dance Club Meeting November 24
4:00pm
to
6:00pm

Swing Dance Club practice and dance east and west coast swing to give students a better understanding of the American history of dance and give them a venue and method for social dancing. 

Student Fitness Center Room 231 Clubs
Tea House November 12
10:00am
to
3:00pm

Tea house guests can enjoy information about Japanese holidays, sweets, music, and decorations. 

There will be Tea for $1 and Hot Cocoa for $1 on sale. 

Jackson Center Senate Room Clubs, Student Activities
Soccer NWAC 1st Round November 5
1:00pm

The 1st Round of the 2014 NWAC Soccer Playoffs begins today. #2 will host the #3 from another region with the winner advancing to play a #1 on Saturday, Nov. 8th at #1. Loser is out. If #2 is hosting one game, it will be at 1:00pm. If #2 is hosting two games game times will be 1:00pm and 3:15pm. #1 Team has a Bye until Nov. 8th. Game teams and location - TBA.

TBA Athletics
M. Basketball host Highline in Scrimmage November 7
7:30pm

The 2014-15 Men's Basketball Team host a scrimmage game tonight with the Thunderbirds from Highline CC in the Student Fitness Center. The game starts at 7:30pm. Admission is free to all.

Student Finess Center Athletics
Tied to the Community: We Are MPHS November 5
11:00am
to
1:00pm

The Counseling faculty in cooperation with Student LIFE would like to invite your students to a healing activity to recognize the tragic events at Marysville Pilchuck High School over a week ago.

On Wednesday, November 5 between 11am-1pm in Jackson 101 we will be cutting large red and white ribbons to hang around campus to show our support to our larger community. Counselors will be helping with the ribbon cutting and students will have an opportunity to talk and share their experience if they choose to and if it is helpful to them. When done cutting ribbons, groups of students may choose to then go out across campus to tie them where they would like to. Anyone is welcome to join us. Please tell your students about this activity as we believe many will appreciate an opportunity to do something active to support our local community.

We would also like to encourage our faculty to recognize that many of our students have been affected by this tragedy. We do not need to attend MPHS or be a Running Start student to have this impact our learning, concentration and ability to perform academically. If any of your students would like to talk with a counselor individually or in groups, we are here for them. 

Counseling, Advising & Career Center
Parks Student Union, 3rd Floor
425-388-9263, counseling@everettcc.edu

Jackson Center Campus Event, Community Events, Student Activities
Turkey Trot November 25
12:30pm

The EvCC Physical Education Health and Wellness Department and Student LIFE Programs Board would like to invite Everett Community College and friends to the 10th annual Turkey Trot. This event will raise much needed support for the local Volunteers of America Food Bank and to promote healthy living, fitness, and friendly competition. Predict your mile time and win a prize!
 
Drop off donations in designated bins at Student LIFE office, Liberty Hall 3rd floor, or EvCC Fitness Center.
 
The event will be held at the EvCC Fitness Center Tuesday, November 25, 2014; Sign in @ 12:30pm, Event starts @ 1:00pm, Award. Admission is free, so bring a friend!
 
Pre-register by email: sgrigsby@everettcc.edu

Fitness Center Campus Event, Student Activities
Algorithms Club Meeting November 4
3:00pm
to
4:00pm

The goal for Algorithms Club is to problem solve through computer science algorithm thinking. The practical application will be in various projects from application development to machine learning. 

Shuksen 132 Clubs
Algorithms Club Meeting November 18
3:00pm
to
4:00pm

The goal for Algorithms Club is to problem solve through computer science algorithm thinking. The practical application will be in various projects from application development to machine learning. 

Shuksen 132 Clubs
Algorithms Club Meeting November 25
3:00pm
to
4:00pm

The goal for Algorithms Club is to problem solve through computer science algorithm thinking. The practical application will be in various projects from application development to machine learning. 

Shuksen 132 Clubs
Society of Women Engineers Club Meeting November 12
3:00pm

The goal of the Society of Women Engineers is to provide a place for women in science and engineering to meet others with the same interests and learn more about the engineering field. 
For more information contact advisor, Kristine Washburn at kwashburn@everettcc.edu

 

Whitehorse Hall 238 Clubs
Society of Women Engineers Club Meeting November 19
3:00pm

The goal of the Society of Women Engineers is to provide a place for women in science and engineering to meet others with the same interests and learn more about the engineering field. 
For more information contact advisor, Kristine Washburn at kwashburn@everettcc.edu

 

Whitehorse Hall 238 Clubs
Society of Women Engineers Club Meeting November 26
3:00pm

The goal of the Society of Women Engineers is to provide a place for women in science and engineering to meet others with the same interests and learn more about the engineering field. 
For more information contact advisor, Kristine Washburn at kwashburn@everettcc.edu

 

Whitehorse Hall 238 Clubs
Tuesday Travelogue: Kenya & Tanzanian Islands November 18
12:15pm

The Humanities Alliance presents one in a series of travelogues for Fall Quarter. This event is free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Al Friedman

JKC 107 Campus Event
Tuesday Travelogue: Sedona AZ I See It November 4
12:15pm

The Humanities Alliance presents one in a series of travelogues for Fall Quarter. This event is free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Gretchen Rowe

JKC 107 Campus Event
Humanities Presentation: Making a Living as a Musician November 6
12:15pm

The Humanities Alliance, with the generous support of the EvCC Foundation, presents violinist Svend J. Rønning and pianist Lisa Bergman for a lecture with musical excerpts, as they discuss their own journeys in making a living as professional musicians.

Dr. Rønning is an Associate Professor of Music at Pacific Lutheran University, Concertmaster of the Tacoma Symphony Orchestra, and Artistic Director of the Second City Chamber Series.

Juilliard graduate Lisa Bergman is one of the Northwest’s most passionate advocates for classical music, serving as the Classical Music Program Advisor for the Icicle Creek Center for the Arts, Artistic Director of the Mostly Nordic Chamber Music Series, Executive Director of Northwest Opera in Schools, Etcetera, and radio announcer on Classic KING-FM in Seattle.

This event is free and open to the campus and the community.

BAK 120 Campus Event
International Club Meeting November 6
12:15pm
to
1:15pm

The International Club promotes friendship among international students and the college community by sharing customs, ideologies and cultural diversity. 

Club Resource Room Clubs
International Club Meeting November 13
12:15pm
to
1:15pm

The International Club promotes friendship among international students and the college community by sharing customs, ideologies and cultural diversity. 

Club Resource Room Clubs
International Club Meeting November 20
12:15pm
to
1:15pm

The International Club promotes friendship among international students and the college community by sharing customs, ideologies and cultural diversity. 

Club Resource Room Clubs
Volleyball @ Bellevue College November 11
7:00pm

The last regular season league volleyball match of the 2014 season will take place tonight when the Trojans travel to Bellevue, WA to play the Bulldogs of Bellevue College. The first set will start at 7:00pm. Directions to Bellevue College are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

Bellevue College - Bellevue, WA Athletics
Cross Country @ NWAC Championships November 8
11:00am

The Men's & Women's Cross Country Teams will participate in the 2014 NWAC Championship Meet hosted by Clark College. The Races will take place at Lewisville Park in Battle Ground, WA today. The Men begin at 11:00am and the Women at 12:00pm. The Park is located at 26411 NE Lewisville Hwy, Battle Ground, WA.  At the meet, NWAC will be collecting shoes and clothing to donate to the Janus Youth/Yellow Brick Road Organization to help homeless youth in the Vancouver, WA area. Last year, 2013, cross country athletes/teams and spectators donated close to 1,000 items for the organization.

Lewisville Park - Battle Ground, WA Athletics
M. Soccer @ Shoreline November 1
7:30pm

The Men's Soccer Team will play a league game with Shoreline CC tonight in Seattle, WA. The game will begin at 7:30pm. Directions to the game are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

Shoreline CC - Seattle, WA Athletics
Teachers of Tomorrow Club Meeting November 4
12:00pm
to
12:30pm

The purpose of this club is to provide support and learning opportunities for students who are entering the field of teaching. Special programs, group discussion, guest speakers and group projects are part of the club’s activities.

Club Resource Room Clubs
Teachers of Tomorrow Club Meeting November 18
12:00pm
to
12:30pm

The purpose of this club is to provide support and learning opportunities for students who are entering the field of teaching. Special programs, group discussion, guest speakers and group projects are part of the club’s activities.

Club Resource Room Clubs
Teachers of Tomorrow Club Meeting November 25
12:00pm
to
12:30pm

The purpose of this club is to provide support and learning opportunities for students who are entering the field of teaching. Special programs, group discussion, guest speakers and group projects are part of the club’s activities.

Club Resource Room Clubs
National Geography Awareness Week Activities November 20
(All day)

The Social Sciences Department will be hosting events in celebration of National Geography Awareness Week (National GIS day is Wednesday, Nov. 19).   Story map presentations by students will be from 8:00am-10:00am on Nov.19.  Other events include talks and a brown bag lunch.  For details, please contact Kerry Lyste, geography instructor, 425-388-9381, klyste@everettcc.edu

Whitehorse Critique Space Campus Event
Health & Wellness Fair November 20
10:00am
to
1:00pm

The Student Activities Programs Board would like to invite Everett Community College  and the surrounding community to the quarterly health and Wellness Fair. This fair will feature expositions from EVCC nursing students and limited free services from EvCC Cosmetology. Presenters will hold informational tables, providing knowledge, literature and/or suggestions to improve the overall health knowledge and awareness of the EVCC community.

The event will be held in Jackson Center from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Admission is free, so bring a friend!   

For more information on this event, please contact Gail Gutierrez, Health and Wellness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505 or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson, at (425) 388-9508

 

Jackson Center Campus Event, Student Activities
Triangle Alliance Club Meeting November 6
2:30pm

The Triangle Alliance provides a safe and welcoming environment for LGBTQIA+ students to build community, share experiences, and raise campus awareness of LGBTQIA+ issues. Allies are welcome. 

Rainer 112 Clubs
Triangle Alliance Club Meeting November 13
2:30pm

The Triangle Alliance provides a safe and welcoming environment for LGBTQIA+ students to build community, share experiences, and raise campus awareness of LGBTQIA+ issues. Allies are welcome. 

Rainer 112 Clubs
Triangle Alliance Club Meeting November 20
2:30pm

The Triangle Alliance provides a safe and welcoming environment for LGBTQIA+ students to build community, share experiences, and raise campus awareness of LGBTQIA+ issues. Allies are welcome. 

Rainer 112 Clubs
Volleyball @ Mt. Hood Tournament October 31
4:00pm
to November 1
8:30pm

The Trojan Volleyball Team will be in Gresham, OR today & tomorrow to participate in the 2014 Dorian Harris Halloween Tournament, hosted by Mt. Hood CC. Today, Everett will face Umpqua CC at 4:00pm and at 6:00pm they will face Tacoma CC. Game times & opponents for Nov. 1st are determined by how the games go today.  Directions to MHCC are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

Mt. Hood CC - Gresham, OR Athletics
W. Basketball @ Bellevue College Scrimmages November 8
(All day)

The Trojan Women's Basketball Team will be in Bellevue, WA to participate in the scrimmages that will take place all day at Bellevue College on Saturday, Nov. 8th. Directions to BC are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

Bellevue College - Bellevue, WA Athletics
Volleyball hosts Edmonds November 5
7:00pm

The Volleyball Team will host the Edmonds CC Tritons tonight in a league match. The first set beginst at 7:00pm and will be played in the Student Fitness Center. Admission is $5.00 per person, 12 years old and up or FREE for current EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty with Current EvCC ID shown at door for the free entry - MUST SHOW ID!!

Student Fitness Center Athletics
Diversity Career Fair November 15
8:00am
to
1:00pm

The Washington State Community and Technical Colleges are holding a Diversity Career Fair on Saturday, November 15th from 8 am to 1 pm.  We are looking for qualified diverse talent for jobs in instruction, counseling, library services and administration.

Learn about career opportunities for you at community and technical colleges, how to successfully apply for faculty and administrative jobs, and about the diverse students we serve. 

Date: Saturday, November 15th, 2014
Time: 8:00am - 1:00pm
Location: Cascadia Community College (Mobius Hall) 18345 Campus Way NE Bothell, WA
RSVP: recruiting@everettcc.edu

18345 Campus Way NE Bothell, WA Community Events, Workshop and Info Sessions
W. Soccer @ Shoreline November 1
5:15pm

The Women's Soccer Team will be in Seattle, WA to play a league game with the Dolphins of Shoreline CC tonight. The game will start at 5:15pm. Directions to the game are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

Shoreline CC - Seattle, WA Athletics
CDS and Veteran's Office Approved Registration for Winter November 6
(All day)

To view your registration access date:
www.ctc.edu/~everet/waci004.html

To register online on, or after, your registration access date:
www.ctc.edu/~everet/webreg/waci221.php

Campus and Online Academic
Current Student Registration Begins for Winter Quarter November 10
(All day)

To View Your Registration Access Date:
www.ctc.edu/~everet/waci004.html

To Register Online:
www.ctc.edu/~everet/webreg/waci221.php

Campus and Online Academic
Soccer Tie Breaker (if needed) November 3
1:00pm

Today at 1:00pm, if needed there will be a soccer game to determine who will advance into the playoffs for the year. Game(s) will only be played if needed. Location of possible games will be determined by who is involved. Game time is set for 1:00pm.

TBA Athletics
Volleyball @ Skagit Valley November 7
7:00pm

Trojan Volleyball will play a league match at Skagit Valley College in Mt. Vernon, WA. The match will start at 7:00pm. Directions to SVC are under the directions link on the athletics webpage.

Skagit Valley College - Mt. Vernon, WA Athletics
Winter Class Schedule Available on Campus November 3
(All day)

Winter Class Schedule Available on Campus

Academic
NWAC Soccer 2nd Round Playoff November 8
12:00pm

With Everett CC Women's Soccer Team taking 1st place in the Northern Region, they will host the 2nd round of NWAC Playoffs on Saturday, Nov. 8th. The game will take place at Kasch Park on Field #2. The Trojans will face the Bulldogs of Bellevue College at 12:00pm. The winner will advance to the semi-finals that will take place on Sat & Sun Nov. 15-16 at Starfire Complex in Tukwila, WA. The loser will have their season end. Directions to Kasch Park are under the directions link on the athletics webpage. Admission is free to all.

Kasch Park - Everett, WA Athletics