You can grow from here.
Welcome to the Equity Center at Mt. San Antonio College! We aim to create an inclusive
space where students can thrive and aim for success. We are the home to four programs:
Arise, Dream, First Peoples Native Center, and Reach/Guardian Scholars.
The Equity Center is currently hiring for the following positions:
First Peoples Native Center:
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-APIDA Mental Health Resource Specialist
-APIDA Community Outreach Specialist
-Grant Project Coordinator
-Grant Project Administrative Support III
-APIDA Mental Health Peer Advocates
-APIDA Outreach Ambassadors
-Transfer Collaborative Manager
-Transfer Collaborative Liaison
- All Arise program positions Job Postings-Click Here
Arise is a community of students from diverse cultures coming together to lift up
one another and rise above all sorts of challenges to reach their fullest potential.
An Asian American and Pacific Islander student support service, we have a dedicated support
team empower Arise students to achieve success academically and personally. Click here to visit the ARiSE website.
The Dream Program provides support services to DREAMers (undocumented students) at
Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC). Its purpose is to increase the personal growth
and development of DREAM students through academic, career, and personal counseling;
peer mentoring; assistance in applying for the California Dream Act/Financial Aid
and scholarship opportunities (TheDream.US); and workshops regarding DACA and other
issues relative to this student population. Click here to visit the DREAM website .
- First Peoples Native Center
Through the efforts of Native students, faculty, and administrators, the First Peoples
Native Center (FPNC) was created in order to raise awareness of the contributions
and continued presence of Native American and Indigenous peoples of the region. The
FPNC works to serve our diverse Native and Indigenous student populations by preparing
them to become lifelong learners, providing access to support services to increase
retention and successful transition rates, creating traditional and culturally relevant
programming, and guide students to career paths that will enable them to enrich their
lives and the lives of their communities. Click here to visit the FPNC website.
- Reach/Guardian Scholars
REACH is an educational program designed to assist current and former foster youth.
REACH is designed to provide assistance and support to our Foster Youth students in
their transition into college, at Mt. SAC and as they graduate or transfer to a university. Click here to visit the REACH website.
Services available in the Equity Center Winter 2023:
Winter 2023 hours: Monday - Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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