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- Bookstore open from 9:00am - 1:00pm  M-F

- WLAC Bus Service on summer vacation June 10 - August 30 

 


 

PS-MAPP Training (Foster Care Ed)  | 6:00pm   | ATA 210

 

  

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MEETINGS: 2:00 WLAC Toastmasters - B4 202; 12:00 Divisional Council Committee - HLRC 4th Floor

  


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PS-MAPP Training (Foster Care Ed)  | 6:00pm   | ATA 210

 

MEETINGS:  10:00 Enrollment Management - Winlock

 


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MEETINGS:  1:30 Exec. College Council Meeting - PCR

 


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MEETINGS: 9:30 Academic Affairs Staff Mtg - PCR

 


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IMPORTANT DATES

  • THURSDAY, Aug 27: Mandatory Flex Day

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IN THE NEWS

West Dr. Seiver and Football Coach Miller were featured in recent editions of the Culver City News and Observer.

 

ACT Director Patricia G. Siever Speaks at Awards Ceremony

History professor and ACT Director Patricia G. Siever participated as a speaker at the 9th Annual John W. Rice Diversity and Equity Award Ceremony in Sacramento on July 13.  The former Vice President of the Board of Governors(BOG) of the California Community Colleges (CCC), Siever was invited by the BOG to deliver her remarks alongside other speakers such as Dr. Rice's daughter, The Honorable Condoleeza Rice.

 

The John W. Rice Diversity and Equity Award represents the CCC's commitment to diversity and equity.  It is a celebration of Dr. Rice's lasting contribution to California's community colleges.

 

West LA Football Eyes Winning Season

When Coach Miller became head football coach at West a year ago he inherited a program that had produced three wins and 27 losses in the previous three years.  But last season the team won five games, and 17 players received scholarships to four-year colleges.  Fifteen had grade point averages of 3.0 or better.

 

"Marguet established a great foundation featuring academics first and a positive work ethic," said Athletic Director Steve Aggers.

 

The team will begin the season with road games the first  two weeks - Sept. 5 at Glendale and Sept. 12 at Moorpark. Following a bye on Sept. 19 the home opener is scheduled for Sept. 26 at 1 p.m. against Long Beach City College.

 

Speak Out! Join the New Faculty/Staff Toastmasters Chapter

Since 1924, Toastmasters International has assisted millions of men and women become more confident in front of an audience.  In a friendly club format, members learn how to enhance skills in:

  • Presenting prepared speeches

  • Speaking extemporaneously

  • Leadership  Listening  

  • Conducting effective meetings

  • Giving constructive feedback

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Interested? Call:Maria Mancia at (310) 287-4530 or 4317

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

West Named a "Great College to Work For" by The Chronicle of Higher Education

July 09 Edition: West Los Angeles College was one of only a handful of 2-year colleges recognized in the Chronicles' 2009 survey of Great Colleges to Work For.

 

 

EAP '09 NEWSLETTER

JUNE 09: Internet Addiction; Kids & Internet Safety; Aging - Internet Basics; Understanding Copyright Law; Affording a Computer; Computers & Your Health;
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Academic Support Group w/ Cultural Flavor

UMOJA
Building A12-100

(310) 287-4462

The Umoja Program is a community of Instructors, Counselors, Students and Support services Staff that are committed to the academic success, personal and professional growth, and self-actualization of African American students and others. The Umoja Program currently offers English and Math, and Personal Development.
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THE PUENTE PROGRAM
For more info call

(310) 287-4451

Puente has successfully helped students at California Community Colleges achieve their transfer goals through a combination of coursework, support programs and focus on Latino and Hispanic culture.

 

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