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Trustee Kenneth BrownFriday, May 27th, 2016 at 2:58am
Hundreds of Classes Added for Summer at El Camino College
We Saved a Seat for You!

Spend the summer at El Camino College where you can complete your educational goals in an affordable and convenient location. Whether you are a new or returning student working toward degree or transfer goals; an adult learner seeking job training; a high school student looking to get a jump on college; or a UC/CSU student looking to complete a class requirement—El Camino College has a summer schedule of classes to fit your needs.

Registration is in progress for three summer sessions with hundreds of classes available. The first six-week summer session begins May 31, the eight-week session begins June 20 and the second six-week summer session begins July 12. The June and July summer sessions provide a perfect opportunity for recent high school graduates to jump-start their college education.

Even students who are still in high school can get started on their college education at El Camino College this summer – for FREE. That’s right; fees are waived on summer classes for eligible juniors and seniors who want to earn college credits while still in high school. Students must be California residents to be eligible for a fee waiver. For more information on how to earn college credits while enrolled in high school, go to: www.elcamino.edu/studentservices/highschool/.

Summer classes are a great option for all students and adult learners, regardless of where they are in their educational journeys, whether they are working toward an associate degree or certificate, are planning to transfer to a four-year university, or want to get job training for good paying careers. Class offerings are abundant and include a variety of subjects, including high-demand core classes in English, math and sciences, as well as Career and Technical Education.

Registration is now available for both new and continuing students. For new students, it takes four easy steps to apply online and enroll at El Camino College. Apply and register online, 24 hours per day at www.elcamino.edu. Fees are only $46 per unit.

The most up-to-date list of summer classes is available online at: www.elcamino.edu/searchclasses.html. The searchable class schedule gives students the opportunity to search for specific classes that begin May 31 or later. For more information, go to www.elcamino.edu or call toll free 1-866-ELCAMINO.
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Trustee Kenneth Brown shared HBCU Buzz's video.Thursday, May 26th, 2016 at 8:37am
FAMU in the house! Love this tribute to Prince at their Commencement this year!
Trustee Kenneth Brown
Prince's Purple Rain Tribute at Florida A&M University Spring 16 Commencement #FAMU #PurpleRain #Prince #HBCU
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Trustee Kenneth BrownThursday, May 26th, 2016 at 1:53am
ECC Foundation Announces John Featherstone Endowed Football Scholarship

The El Camino College Foundation recently introduced a new endowed scholarship created to honor ECC alumnus and longtime football head coach John Featherstone, who retired at the end of 2015.

The announcement was made at the 27th El Camino College Athletic Hall of Fame celebration on May 5. The venerable coach made history that evening, becoming the first ever two-time El Camino College Athletic Hall of Fame inductee, named as a player in 2005 and this year as a coach.

The John Featherstone Endowed Football Scholarship honors the impact “Coach Feather” made at El Camino College and the athletic program, while recognizing young athletes who are pursuing their academic and athletic goals. The endowment will allow for annual scholarship(s) for an incoming or current El Camino College football player and will cover tuition, books and fees for one year.

“This scholarship is a lasting tribute to this Warrior, who devoted his career developing confident and successful student-athletes,” said El Camino College President Dena P. Maloney. “This scholarship will ensure that Coach Featherstone’s legacy will support El Camino College students well into the future.”

A South Bay native and ECC graduate, Coach Featherstone completed 31 seasons with the Warrior football program. When Featherstone arrived at El Camino College in 1985 as a coach, he made a promise: to keep the winning tradition alive. He retired with the highest winning percentage of any active coach in the Southern Section of California, which includes 37 community colleges from Bakersfield to San Diego.

Whether on the field, in the classroom, or in the community, Coach Featherstone always encouraged his players to strive for excellence athletically and to pursue a college education, while representing ECC in a first-class professional manner. He was steadfast in his commitment to his students’ success, on and off the field.

To join past players, family, friends, and colleagues in making a donation in honor of Coach Featherstone’s years of service or for more information, contact Andrea Sala at the El Camino College Foundation at foundation@elcamino.edu or 310-660-6040. Learn more about the El Camino College Foundation Scholarship Program at www.elcamino.edu/foundation/.
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Trustee Kenneth BrownTuesday, May 24th, 2016 at 11:23am
Great launch, bad landing for UCSD rocket
Student engineers at UC San Diego have become the first to successfully use a 3-D printed engine to launch a small rocket. But most of their Vulcan-1 missile was destroyed on Saturday when it crashed in the Mojave Desert after its parachute failed to deploy correctly.
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Trustee Kenneth BrownTuesday, May 24th, 2016 at 7:33am
Undocumented Ph.D. Makes History at UC Merced
But Aguilar’s future is uncertain. She came to California from Mexico with her farmworker parents when she was 5. None of them have immigration papers. “Everybody has the American dream,” Aguilar says. “They think, ‘We’re going to strive, we’re going to have our own homes, our own businesses.’ My parents have not been better off economically. But they see the American dream fulfilling in me. That keeps me going.”
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