Programs and Events

The CoCo sponsors many excellent programs and events throughout the year. Our student staff and volunteers have the opportunity to plan and implement programs and installations that reflect both the theme of College Ten, Social Justice and Community, and their interests. Click on the links to your left to learn more about our larger annual events such as: debates, the Multicultural Community Weekend (MCW), Cesar Chavez Convocation, and the Practical Activism Conference.

Scroll down to see some examples of the different college-wide and campus-wide events our students have planned in the past.



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Grill to Give 
Students part of the Social Justice Issues Workshop (CLTE85) organized and led a Carnival event to create awareness around homeless youth while fundraising to purchase housing supplies for former foster youth in transitional housing.

National Coming Out Day
A booth with interactive activities and eductional resources to celebrate National Coming Out Day and LGBTQQIA pride. 

Locked Up: A Look Inside the United States Prison System
Student event to provide a deeper understanding of the problems that plague the prison system in the U.S. The event included speakers from Barrios Unidos's Prison Project, a gallery of artwork, discussion, personal stories of experiences within the prison system as well as tours of the Barrios Unidos prison simulation model. 

Uncovering Islam: Exploring Beyond the Veil 
An event focusing on Muslims in America, specifically Muslim Women and the effects of Islamaphobia. Event included speaker Maha Elgenaidi from the Islamic Network Group. 

See What I'm Saying: The Deaf Entertainer's Documentary  
A film screening of See What I'm Saying, personal stories and experiences around the intersections of deaf culture and the entertainment industry.