Community Events

STEM & Humanities Café: FIRE! (Biology-Environment-Culture)

One in a series of interdisciplinary lectures by EvCC faculty, this event is presented by the Humanities Alliance and is generously sponsored by the Office of the Vice President of Instruction. These lectures are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Cynthia Clarke, Anthropology

Jan 13 2015 - 12:15pm
Snack & Chat

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

Jan 14 2015 - 11:30am to 2:30pm
Pre-Employment Info Session

Pre-Employment Info Session

Jan 14 2015 - 3:00pm
Last Day to Register, Add or Drop With No Record for Winter

You must drop your class in person at Enrollment Services, located in Parks 201, by 4:30 pm.

Jan 16 2015 - 9:00am to 4:30pm
Club Council Meeting

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

Jan 16 2015 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
College closed for Martin Luther King Day

Campus is closed on Monday, January 19, for Martin Luther King Day. Campus will open again on Tuesday, January 2.

Jan 19 2015 (All day)
STEM & Humanities Café: Genetics & Aesthetics

One in a series of interdisciplinary lectures by EvCC faculty, this event is presented by the Humanities Alliance and is generously sponsored by the Office of the Vice President of Instruction. Today's lecture will cover the topics of artificial selection, eugenics, and gene therapy. These presentations are free and open to the campus and the community. Presenter: Dr. Fayla Schwartz, Biology

Jan 20 2015 - 12:15pm
Stir Fry Seminars: "An Unfinished Conversation" with Lee Mun Wah

What is the difference between a diverse environment and a community inclusive of diversity? Are you willing to connect with people? Have you ever had trouble accepting people or judge someone based off of face value? In order to break down these barriers and solve the disconnect between one another, we must be aware of the social influences which have unconsciously been instilled through modern day society. “An Unfinished Conversation” will be a seminar/guided discussion to help you and our campus community grow together on a path to Multi-Cultural competence and acceptance.  
StirFry Seminars & Consulting is an organization that bridges attitudes and values to reflect and honor differences through dialogue. Their mission is to support communities to view diversity as a gift and a contribution. Together, in partnership, they create safe, authentic environments where trust is experienced and relationships are transformed. StirFry Seminars is represented by a multicultural staff of trainers and facilitators from a variety of professional backgrounds and diversity expertise. They each have years of experience working with corporations, government agencies, educational institutions and various social agencies.
Lee Mun Wah, the founder of StirFry Seminars received a Master’s Degree in Education, as well as an M.S. Degree in Counseling, a B.A. Degree in Child Psychology, History and Political Science from San Francisco State University. Since its founding in 1994, StirFry Seminars & Consulting has revolutionized the field of diversity through its internationally acclaimed documentary films and seminars. Millions of viewers worldwide have seen The Color of Fear, as well as many of the other groundbreaking films produced and directed by Lee Mun Wah, StirFry’s founder, CEO and Master Trainer. In 1995, Oprah Winfrey produced a one-hour special on Lee Mun Wah’s life and the impact of The Color of Fear. In the words of Lee Mun Wah, “I believe that what community is truly all about is when it is practiced in our daily lives with those we love and with those we have been taught to fear. It is my belief that when we value others for their uniqueness and differences, we enhance the possibilities for our children and for ourselves.” For more information please visit his website at: http://www.stirfryseminars.com/ 
Thousands of participants from educational, government, corporate and social service agencies have taken StirFry’s trainings and seminars so that they could then begin facilitating discussion groups in their agencies, schools, and communities and learn to engage in authentic and healthy multicultural dialogue. The company is recognized by many of the top 500 corporations as having one of the most outstanding cross-cultural and communications training programs for managers, supervisors, H.R. and top administrative executives. Clients have relayed that their participation in our workshops has been life changing, powerful and applicable to their personal and professional lives.
EvCC Students! Come for your exclusive session with Lee Mun Wah and experience a facilitated seminar and workshop discussion from 1:00-4:00pm. It will begin with a Keynote “Only a World Away” followed by a facilitated Student Dialogue Group “How to Have Dialogue Across Cultures”. We ask those who participate to remain fully committed in the seminar and finish each session in its entirety.

EvCC Staff and Students as well as community members are invited to a Special Evening engagement. The evening will begin with light refreshments at 5:30pm. The Evening Film Showing of “If These Halls Could Talk” followed by a guided Discussion will start at 6:00pm-9:00pm. Don’t miss out on this Special Experience with Lee Mun Wah. 

Early arrival is encouraged. Space is limited.  Please RSVP by email to studentdiversity@everettcc.edu, or contact Lindsay Hudson at 425-388-9508. Please note: Seating is not reserved and on a first come first serve basis.

If disability accommodations are needed, please contact the Center of Disability Services at (425)-388-9272.

For more information contact Monica Colbert-Kelly, Diversity and Intercultural Awareness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505, or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson at (425) 388-9509.

Jan 20 2015 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Precision Machining Info Session

Precision Machining Information Session

Jan 20 2015 - 3:00pm
Stir Fry Seminars: "An Unfinished Conversation" with Lee Mun Wah, Evening Film Program

What is the difference between a diverse environment and a community inclusive of diversity? Are you willing to connect with people? Have you ever had trouble accepting people or judge someone based off of face value? In order to break down these barriers and solve the disconnect between one another, we must be aware of the social influences which have unconsciously been instilled through modern day society. “An Unfinished Conversation” will be a seminar/guided discussion to help you and our campus community grow together on a path to Multi-Cultural competence and acceptance.  
StirFry Seminars & Consulting is an organization that bridges attitudes and values to reflect and honor differences through dialogue. Their mission is to support communities to view diversity as a gift and a contribution. Together, in partnership, they create safe, authentic environments where trust is experienced and relationships are transformed. StirFry Seminars is represented by a multicultural staff of trainers and facilitators from a variety of professional backgrounds and diversity expertise. They each have years of experience working with corporations, government agencies, educational institutions and various social agencies.
Lee Mun Wah, the founder of StirFry Seminars received a Master’s Degree in Education, as well as an M.S. Degree in Counseling, a B.A. Degree in Child Psychology, History and Political Science from San Francisco State University. Since its founding in 1994, StirFry Seminars & Consulting has revolutionized the field of diversity through its internationally acclaimed documentary films and seminars. Millions of viewers worldwide have seen The Color of Fear, as well as many of the other groundbreaking films produced and directed by Lee Mun Wah, StirFry’s founder, CEO and Master Trainer. In 1995, Oprah Winfrey produced a one-hour special on Lee Mun Wah’s life and the impact of The Color of Fear. In the words of Lee Mun Wah, “I believe that what community is truly all about is when it is practiced in our daily lives with those we love and with those we have been taught to fear. It is my belief that when we value others for their uniqueness and differences, we enhance the possibilities for our children and for ourselves.” For more information please visit his website at: http://www.stirfryseminars.com/ 
Thousands of participants from educational, government, corporate and social service agencies have taken StirFry’s trainings and seminars so that they could then begin facilitating discussion groups in their agencies, schools, and communities and learn to engage in authentic and healthy multicultural dialogue. The company is recognized by many of the top 500 corporations as having one of the most outstanding cross-cultural and communications training programs for managers, supervisors, H.R. and top administrative executives. Clients have relayed that their participation in our workshops has been life changing, powerful and applicable to their personal and professional lives.
EvCC Students! Come for your exclusive session with Lee Mun Wah and experience a facilitated seminar and workshop discussion from 1:00-4:00pm. It will begin with a Keynote “Only a World Away” followed by a facilitated Student Dialogue Group “How to Have Dialogue Across Cultures”. We ask those who participate to remain fully committed in the seminar and finish each session in its entirety.

EvCC Staff and Students as well as community members are invited to a Special Evening engagement. The evening will begin with light refreshments at 5:30pm. The Evening Film Showing of “If These Halls Could Talk” followed by a guided Discussion will start at 6:00pm-9:00pm. Don’t miss out on this Special Experience with Lee Mun Wah. 

Early arrival is encouraged. Space is limited.  Please RSVP by email to studentdiversity@everettcc.edu, or contact Lindsay Hudson at 425-388-9508. Please note: Seating is not reserved and on a first come first serve basis.

If disability accommodations are needed, please contact the Center of Disability Services at (425)-388-9272.

For more information contact Monica Colbert-Kelly, Diversity and Intercultural Awareness Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505, or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson at (425) 388-9509.

Jan 20 2015 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm

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