For those who are looking for ways to channel their inner activist, the Empowerment Department is the place for you! While some SCCAP programs are more service-oriented, Empowerment allows for the opportunity to learn about and advocate for different social justice topics such as immigration, labor, feminism, environmentalism, and LGBTQ+ rights. Explore one or explore all (since all of them are connected anyways through intersectionalities of oppression and liberation, right? ;) ) Did you know that the Empowerment department is responsible for some of the year's biggest events such as Rainbow Prom, Slut Walk, and Drag Show? Now you do! We look forward to seeing you there!
Kimy Grandi Soriano
Department Coordinator | firstname.lastname@example.org
Kimy Grandi Soriano has been described as many things – an awkward turtle, a potato, a curly headed weirdo, a lover of all things environmental justice, a passionate advocate for racial equity, a member of and ally within our LGBTQ+ community, a fighter for our (im)migrant brothers and sisters, but mainly a self-proclaimed loser who loves to laugh (or cackle, it's more of a cackle). In her unbiased opinion, Empowerment is by far the COOLEST and most FUN n' HIP department, as its intersectional take on advocacy and activism is unlike anything else in SCCAP. Kimy is beyond proud of her ALL WOMYN department of chingonas, and looks forward to fighting by YOUR side on and off campus in the name of all things social justice.
Worker's Connection Coordinator | email@example.com
Hola, my name is Daniela! I'm a sophomore majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Ethnic Studies. As an immigrant myself, I'm excited to be the Program Coordinator of Worker's Connection where I can learn more about people just like me.
Queers & Allies Coordinator | firstname.lastname@example.org
If you see a huge flaming dyke walking around campus, chances are it’s Tia Montes. Program coordinator for Queers & Allies (Q&A) and avid practitioner of lesbianism, she appreciates a good sex ed fact and loves chatting over LGBTQ+ lingo/politics. She wants you to know that you’re loved and accepted — and if you don’t feel like it, Q&A is every Tuesday from 7-8. #LOVEWINS