LCC affiliated student organization resources
LCC affiliated student organizations receive the following resources listed below:
• Open House at the LCC
Participate in our open house designed for your organization to network. Sign up at the start of each Fall and Spring semester on a first come, first serve basis.
• LCC website
We’ll feature your organization’s contact information on our website. Make sure to update your organization’s contact information after each e-board transition.
We’ll help promote your organization’s upcoming events through our community Avisos sent out on Monday mornings to over 7,000 listserv members. Deadline for submissions are Friday mornings to email@example.com.
• Mural tours and arts-based civic dialogues
Learn more about our history on campus and connect social & environmental justice past and present. Sign up for a tour or dialogue through our website.
• Co-sponsor LCC public programs
Take the opportunity to connect a social and/or environmental issue to the work of your student organization.
Noche de Poetas
• The LCC hosts monthly open mic nights with 3 student organizations. Request your student organization be featured as a guest.
Día de los Muertos
• An annual communal altar installation, workshops, and a performance are part of the LCC public programs. Talk to us about how we can collaborate!
• Meeting space
The LCC’s gallery is one of the few spaces on campus available at no charge. Visit our website and submit a space request form.
• Student organization leader internship
This internship is open to all LCC affiliated student leaders to apply. Selected leader will receive a $200 stipend and their organization a $200 voucher after completing the semester in good standing.
Internship structure and requirements:
Interns act as the primary liaison with LCC Affiliated Student Organizations to engage them in opportunities with the LCC;
Interns are assigned a project and a staff supervisor who will oversee their progress;
Interns focus 50% of their time completing their project-based assignments, and 50% participating in work-based learning day-today logistics;
Interns work 10 - 15 hours per week for 13 weeks per semester and are expected to follow an assigned schedule.