Student Activities

Haru Hoedown

Doors @ 5:30pm // Show @ 6:00pm
$2 Admission for EvCC Students, Staff & Faculty
$5 Admission for Community Members

Japanese Club invites you to an enchanting evening of spring themed entertainment. There will be Mythpunk music by Dogwood & Nathaniel Johnstone, concessions, vendors, and otherworldly tales from Japan told by librarian Heather Jean Uhl. 

The Japanese Club welcomes all students interested in learning more about Japanese culture, language and people through participation in events, workshops and activities

East County Campus Blood Drive

If you don’t know your blood type now, here is your opportunity! Schedule an appointment to donate blood in East County Campus’ first ever Blood Drive with Bloodworks Northwest and help save lives!

Mystical Masquerade Ball - Dance

FREE VIP Mask for First 50 people. Live KISS 106.1 DJ & Light Show. More info to come!

For more information on this event, please contact Abigail Skinner, Special Events Coordinator, at (425) 388-9505 or Student LIFE Advisor, Lindsay Hudson, at (425) 388-9508.

If you are a person with a disability and need an accommodation in connection with this event, contact the Center for Disability Services at least 5 days in advance at 425-388-9273 or cds@everettcc.edu.

Black Legacy Month: A Journey Through Time

EvCC Black Student Union (BSU) will be hosting Delbert Richardson, a local Seattlen resident, who brings the Black experience to life with his traveling museum. 

Check out: "Delbert Richardson's American History Traveling Museum"  at https://youtu.be/zj-m4oTvutg

Undoing Racism Community Organizing Workshop - Application Due

The People's Institute for Survival and Beyond presents

Undoing Racism & Community Organizing

Thursday – Saturday, January 26-28, 2017

Henry M. Jackson Conference Center - Senate Room

Download Application
 

Dear Student,

Sex Week: Sex Fair!

The Sex Fair is an event held in Jackson Center that is open to all and features local organizations that will each have their own booth and will provide resources and information about different aspects of sex education and sexuality. This event includes multiple on and off campus organizations such as Planned Parenthood, Babeland and Safe Zone, among others. Student LIFE will also have a booth that includes a trivia game with giveaways and will be handing out goodie bags with condoms and various other items.

Sex Week: "Let's Talk About Sex" Workshop with Stella Haioulani

The Let’s Talk About Sex workshop presented by Stella Haioulani is open to all and addresses the intersection between public health and social justice. People of color make up a small population in Washington State; however, they are becoming HIV-infected at alarming and disproportionate rates. This workshop will challenge the attendee to creatively develop and maintain resiliency and awareness through personal action and social change. Other topics such as STIs and birth control usage will also be talked about in this workshop.

Sex Week: "Sex, Intimacy, & Relationships" Workshop with Allena Gabosch

Sex, Intimacy and Relationships is a workshop that is open to all and is presented by Allena Gabosch from the Center for Sex Positive Culture that dives into the details of what sex, intimacy and relationships truly are. This workshop will teach the differences between sex, intimacy and relationships and will present a newfound understanding of those commonly used terms. Topics such as asexuality and abstinence will also be explored within the context of sex, intimacy and relationships.

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