The PCC Sylvania multicultural center (MC) serves as a resource center for PCC’s students of color. Each of PCC’s campus has a multicultural center with a mission “to support the recruitment, retention, and holistic (academic, leadership, professional) success of
Have you ever heard of the Illumination Project? It’s okay if you haven’t. But I’m glad you’re reading this now so you can learn what it’s all about and ideally come be a part of this impactful theatrical learning experience.
The Cascade Multicultural Center’s Equity & Diversity Advocate applications deadline has been extended! The Equity & Diversity Advocate Program is designed to build culturally responsive Student-Leaders dedicated to empowering PCC students and serving their community. These students, help further the Multicultural Center’s mission by coordinating campus & community events, staffing the Center, as well as
Submit to Participate in the Cascade Multicultural Center’s spoken word event! To recognize the unique needs, experiences, and desires of the PCC community in regard to the setting of our campus, we should provide a platform for everyone to tell
PCC SE Women’s Resource Center welcomes you to Winter at the SE WRC We have big plans! The SE WRC is finding our feet! We have new staff and new ideas. We wanted to give you an overview of what
“Whiteness: The construction of the white race, white culture, and the system of privileges and advantages afforded to white people in the U.S. (and across the globe) through government policies, media portrayal, decision-making power within our corporations, schools, judicial systems,
The Cascade Multicultural Center has begun its Trail Blazers Fundraiser! Please help support us as we team up with the Portland Trail Blazers for two exciting nights of basketball against the NBA Campion Golden State Warriors on October 8th and again on October 18th vs the Utah
The Southeast Multicultural Center and Southeast Counseling are collaborating to bring to students the SE Sisters in Strength (SIS) Support Group. SIS is a psycho-educational support group for PCC students who are self-identified women of color experiencing the effects of experiences