SCCAP's Empowerment Department seeks to engage the Santa Clara University community in advocacy and activism for current social justice causes.
Department Coordinator Massiel Rivera: firstname.lastname@example.org Major: Studio Art and Sociology
Labor Action Committee LAC is a community of dedicated students committed to working in solidarity with workers on campus, locally, and around the world. We collaborate with USAS (United Students Against Sweatshops) a national organization of student activists defending the rights of workers.
Program Coordinator Ciaran Freeman: email@example.com Major: Studio Art, Art History
Bronco Leaders for Environmental Justice Investigating Truth (BLEGIT) BLEJIT strives to educate people about environmental injustices that occur both around the world and in our own community. We maintain relationships with SCU administration, staff, and faculty to keep an open dialogue about divestment and environmental inequalities while volunteering in our community to help combat environmental racism and inequity. You don't have to know about environmental issues to join!
Program Coordinator Marisa Rudolph: firstname.lastname@example.org Major: Environmental Science & PoliSci
Gay and Straight People Educating for Diversity (GASPED) G.A.S.P.E.D. (Gay and Straight People Educating for Diversity) is a group of LGBTQ individuals and allies who aim to create a more inclusive campus by educating themselves and the SCU community and advocating for equality for individuals of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
Program Coordinator Adrian Chavez: email@example.com Major: Computer Science, minor in Mathematics
Worker's Connection Workers' Connection is dedicated to learning about the lives, struggles, hopes, and respective cultures of those at the Day Workers Center of Mountain View, most of whom are Latin American immigrants. Come join us on Saturdays as we spend a couple hours sharing stories, playing board games or sports, and/or bonding over a meal. Spanish speaking ability is helpful but by no means required!
Program Coordinator Kim Grandi: firstname.lastname@example.org Major: Environmental Studies, Spanish, Minor in Latin American Studies
Feminists For Justice (FFJ) FFJ is an organization focused on developing a society wherein there is widespread gender equity, as well as addressing intersectional feminist issues in a local and global context. Program Coordinator Sarah Locklin: email@example.com