5022001000_n3_hmchigh

ECC Trustee Kenneth Brown

Home Page

El Camino College Campus

El Camino College District

Located just miles from sunny So Cal beaches in the heart of Los Angeles' South Bay.

ECC-2-(1140×500)

El Camino Community College District

Aspen Prize Nominated as one of the Top 150 Community College in the country.

Trustee Selfie
ECC Grad
marsee1-(1140×500)
chem-courtyard-1-(1140×500)

El Camino College Campus News

Latest News

Trustee Kenneth Brown
Trustee Kenneth BrownFriday, February 16th, 2018 at 4:30pm
ECC Community Education Wins Excellence in Community Education Award

The El Camino College Community Education department recently received the 2018 Association of Community and Continuing Education (ACCE) Excellence in Community Education Program Award.

The award recognizes ECC Community Education’s “Art of Science/Science of Art” event series. This innovative and successful multilayered programming series of special events, exhibits and workshops received praise and positive feedback from community members, ECC faculty and staff, and the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, which twice awarded the department with a Community Impact Arts Grant.

The second installment of this season’s Art of Science/Science of Art events continues on Feb. 17 with “Bass Cave Soundscape” and concludes on March 11 with “Women at the Villa Diodati.” The upcoming events correspond with the theme “Frankenstein 200,” a six-month bicentennial celebration of the January 1818 publication of Mary Shelley’s gothic romantic novel, “Frankenstein.” Other activities in the cultural series included a ghost writing contest, art/writing workshops, an art installation room inspired by the Villa Diodati in Switzerland where Shelley wrote “Frankenstein,” and an evening event featuring a movie screening and panel discussion.

ECC’s Community Education department was awarded its first Community Impact Arts Grant in 2016, supporting the launch of the event series. This three-part “Art of Science/Science of Art @The Planetarium” series invited the community to visit El Camino College to “Lounge, Listen, & Learn.” Participants assembled in the college’s Planetarium, which was set with beanbag chair seating for lounging and learning while attendees enjoyed planetarium shows, music, photography, and 3-D video art (with 3-D glasses!) projected onto the full dome and the surrounding walls of the Planetarium. The Observatory was also open; art displays, music and refreshments were also part of the series.

Due to its resounding success, “Art of Science/Science of Art” is now an annual event series and part of the El Camino College Community Education department’s ongoing programming. As a quintessential community education experience, the events bring many groups together to the El Camino College campus, providing an opportunity where faculty members, artists, business owners and families can collaborate and enjoy a shared learning experience.

For more information about upcoming events, call the Community Education office at 310-660-6460 or visit http://www.elcamino.edu/community/communityed/.
Trustee Kenneth Brown
Trustee Kenneth BrownThursday, February 15th, 2018 at 3:43am
El Camino College Baseball Team Named “Scholar Team”

Prestigious award recognizes academic achievements of top-ranked team

The El Camino College baseball team was recently selected to receive a Scholar Team Award by the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA). One of 18 programs statewide to receive this award, the team will be honored at the annual CCCAA Convention in March.

The Scholar Team Award is the highest academic team achievement given annually by the CCCAA. All team members must show academic excellence, with a total GPA of 3.0 or higher. The teams must also demonstrate better than average accomplishments in intercollegiate athletic competition.

The ECC Warriors baseball team opened the season last month ranked No. 2 in Southern California and is now looking to capitalize on the energy created via its state Final Four appearance last season. After winning an amazing 25 games in a row in 2107, the team claimed its first South Coast Conference championship since 2010. The team then competed in the CCCAA State Championships, eventually finishing third.

The Warriors also sent 12 players on to the next level, including SCC Pitcher of the Year Taylor Rashi (144 strikeouts) to the University of California, Irvine and standout catcher Trevor Casanova to California State University, Northridge. Academically, the team also excelled, with a team GPA of 3.4 last spring.

For more information about the 2018 Warriors baseball team, including the season schedule, view http://www.eccwarriors.com/sports/bsb/index.
Trustee Kenneth Brown
Trustee Kenneth BrownTuesday, February 13th, 2018 at 2:46pm
We still have work to do, but this is great news!
Trustee Kenneth Brown
Trustee Kenneth BrownSunday, February 11th, 2018 at 9:54am
What's up CC??? Glad to be back!!
Trustee Kenneth Brown
Parliament Chocolate City
Chocolate City
youtube.com
Trustee Kenneth Brown
Trustee Kenneth BrownSunday, January 28th, 2018 at 12:10pm
Listening to Compton College President Keith Curry talk about the Govenor's Community College Budget and its fiscal impact.
Trustee Kenneth Brown
Trustee Kenneth Brown shared The Root's video.Wednesday, January 17th, 2018 at 9:12pm
Muhammad "The Greatest" Ali would have been 76 today.
Trustee Kenneth Brown
The Root
Muhammad "The Greatest" Ali would have been 76 today. His family speaks on his how committed he was to helping others as well as how they believe he will be remembered:

Close
Close

Please enter your username or email address. You will receive a link to create a new password via email.

Close

Close