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									February 9, 2009



         THE HUSKY HERALD
                  ELAC Faculty & Staff Announcements

     INSIDE THIS ISSUE


Faculty/Staff & Student
Announcements                               Welcome to the
                                             Spring 2009
  Wireless Campus and
   Student Survey Info       2
  ELAC Foundation—
   Searching for Alumns      2
  LACCD Interns Program
  Library Workshops
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  ELAC Child Development Center
                                              Semester!
   Immediate Openings        4
  Huskie Sports             5
  Winners—
   Creative Arts Contest     5
  Amusement Park Tickets    6
  AMC & Regal Tickets       6


                                              Standard Mileage Rates:
      Bulletin submission info         For use of employees automobiles in conducting
Requests for Weekly Bulletin must be
submitted to Catalina “Cathy” Medina    authorized District business will be changed to
      in the President’s Office,
            no later than                fifty-five cents ($0.55) per mile for all miles
     Wednesday, 12:00 noon.                        effective January 1, 2009.
   You may submit your request in
  person, by fax (323) 265-8763 or
    e-mail at medinac@elac.edu




       * East Los Angeles College * 1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez, Monterey Park, CA 91754 *
          ELAC Faculty, Staff, & Student Announcements




      Wireless Internet is now available throughout the campus
     Provides access to e-mail, web portal, college website, and Internet
We are inviting students to complete an online technology survey for a chance to win fabulous prizes*. Surveys
will be conducted February 23-27, 2009 (5-Apple iPod Touch, 5-HP laptops), and May 11-15, 2009 (10-Acer
Aspire laptops). Visit http://go.elac.edu for more information.

*One entry per student. Survey open to all ELAC students. Chances of winning depend on your participation.
Winners will be notified via their ELAC student e-mail account.
Courtesy of InfoTech




As you may know, the ELAC Foundation has been challenged to raise almost 1 million dollars within
the next 3 years. There are several strategies that we are executing, but we need your help. We at
ELAC want to re-connect and re-engage our former students. All we ask is that you forward your
database of Alumnae, and we’ll do the rest…no more no less.

We hope that you are able to assist in this challenging endeavor as $1 million dollars will go a long way
for our students.

For more information or to submit databases contact: Heidy Peralta at (323) 260-8901.




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We work with a variety of employers in order to provide students with the best opportunities and experience. Our
internship opportunities offer paid experience in professional offices, with flexible hours to accommodate student
schedules!

Please encourage those students who are interested and may be qualified for any of these opportunities to visit our
website at www.laccdinterns.org

Students that are interested to participate in the interns program are required to complete the following;

1) On-line application ~ 2) Complete an online resume ~ 3) Obtain a Faculty Referral

All these steps are explained in details at the website.




               Spring 2009 Library Workshops
South Gate and ELAC campus libraries will continue to offer library workshops during the 2009 spring semester.
The workshops help students achieve information competency, prepare for transfer, and become lifelong learners.
Please encourage your students to attend. Descriptions of our six workshops are listed below. Visit the respective
library websites for more detailed information:

South Gate Educational Center Library:
http://www.elac.edu/departments/library/SGEC/Workshops_Spring2009.html
ELAC Library:
http://www.elac.edu/departments/library/library/Workshops_Spring2009.html

Get Started with Research: This workshop is geared toward students who are writing speeches, research papers,
and argumentative essays for courses like English 101, 102, and 103. Students learn how to select a topic, narrow
a topic, write a preliminary research question, and select keywords to use in searching library databases. The
workshop also introduces students to library sources that provide background information on their topics.

Online Library Catalogs: Students learn how to search for library books and other materials in the ELAC
Library Catalog and in the CSU-LA Library Catalog. The workshop helps students become independent
researchers capable of navigating online catalogs in any library.

Journals, Magazines, and Newspaper Articles: Students learn the major differences between scholarly journals
and popular magazines and the function of scholarly journals in academia. Students also learn how to use
keywords to find and access scholarly journal, magazine, and newspaper articles in the ProQuest Database.

Credible Sources on the Web: Students learn how to evaluate Websites for credibility and how to find credible
Websites using subject directories and Google’s advanced search features.

Cite Your Sources and Avoid Plagiarism: Students learn how to recognize and avoid plagiarism and practice
citing sources on an MLA “Works Cited” page.

Critical Thinking about Information: This more challenging workshop teaches students to think critically about
information and how to verify information using government documents.



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            For children 2.6 to 10 years of age
           Evening Program: accepts children through the
                3rd Grade (Fall,Winter,Spring)
(Children must be 3.0 years old by December 2nd of the current year)




  ☺ Developmentally appropriate practices
  ☺ Excellent Teacher/Child Ratios
  ☺ Experienced and Caring Professional Staff
  ☺ Nutritional Meals and Snack Program Provided
  ☺ Financial Assistance Available If Eligible
  ☺ Fee Rate Starting at $1.00 - $5.00 per hour

               For more information contact the
 Child Development Center (A-1 Bldg.) or call at (323) 265-8788
              or visit us on the web @ elac.edu



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                     East Los Angeles College Athletics
                      Date           Day           Opponent                 Location              Time

Badminton             Feb. 25        Wed           Irvine Valley            ELAC                  3:00 pm

Baseball              Feb. 13        Fri           Grossmont                Grossmont              2:00 pm
                      Feb. 14        Sat           San Diego City           SDC/Southwestern     10am/2pm
                      Feb. 15        Sun           Southwestern             Southwestern           2:00 pm

Women’s Basketball    Feb. 11        Wed           Pasadena City            Pasadena              5:30 pm
                      Feb. 13        Fri           L.A. Trade Tech          L.A. Trade Tech       5:30 pm

Men’s Basketball      Feb. 11        Wed           Pasadena City            Pasadena              7:30 pm
                      Feb. 13        Fri           L.A. Trade Tech          L.A. Trade Tech       7:30 pm

Softball              Feb. 9         Mon           Riverside                Riverside             3:00 pm
                      Feb. 11        Wed           Rio Hondo                Rio Hondo             3:00 pm
                      Feb. 13        Fri           L.A. Mission             ELAC                  12 pm

Track and Field       Feb. 13        Fri           South Coast Conference   Mt. S




             “Love’s Not Supposed to Hurt”
                 Creative Arts Contest
Congratulations to the following students for their participation and placement in the October 2008
“Love’s Not Supposed to Hurt” Creative Arts Contest. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
and these students submitted winning entries to help bring awareness to this vital issue.

1st Place:    Damaris Enriquez ~ $200 ELAC Bookstore Voucher
2nd Place:    Evette Enriquez ~ $100 ELAC Bookstore Voucher
3rd Place:    Denise Gallardo ~ $50 ELAC Bookstore Voucher

Again, congratulations to the winning students and we would like to thank all the students who
participated in the contest.

Contest sponsored by LACCD HART Healthy Advocacy Response Teams and ELAC Violence
Intervention Team


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AMC and Regal
Theatre tickets                            Amusement park tickets sold for all faculty, staff, and students at the Student
        (unrestricted)
                                           Activities Office G8-119. Tickets sold on a cash basis only, except for faculty
Now available at the Student               and classified staff who are able to write checks with proper ID. Tickets are
Activities Office, G8-119 on a             sold between the hours of 8:00 am ~ 7:30 pm, M-TH and until 3:30 pm on
cash basis only. Faculty and               Friday. If you have any questions, please call Selina Beltran at ext. 3795.
staff can pay by check with
employee ID. Any questions,                                                   ASU/Employee                Non-ASU
please call Selina Beltran at ext.
3795.                                      Magic Mountain:                    Adult $27/ea                Adult $28/ea
                                                                              Child $16/ea                Child $17/ea
                                                                              (Child Tickets are for children under 48”)
AMC                                        Universal Studios:                 General $50/ea              General $51/ea
$8.50/ea. Flat Rate                                                           No separate child tickets

                                           Aquarium of the Pacific:           Adult $16.95/ea            Adult $17.95/ea
Regal Theatres                                                                Child $10.95/ea. Flat Rate, Ages 3-11
$8.00/ea. Flat Rate
                                           Knott’s Berry Farm:                Adult $30/ea              Adult $31/ea
ALL MOVIE TICKETS                                                             Junior $21/ea             Junior $22/ea
ARE UNRESTRICTED!                                                             (Junior Ticket Ages 3 & up, Under 48”)




           Requests for Weekly Bulletin must be submitted to Catalina “Cathy” Medina in the President’s Office,
                                         no later than Wednesday, 12:00 noon.
              You may submit your request in person, by fax (323) 265-8763 or e-mail at medinac@elac.edu




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