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Calling All Colors Club

Calling All Colors Club

Calling All Colors Club

Calling All Colors is open to ALL students. Modeled after the Native American Way of the Council, the club has one overall chair and the members alternate in positions of responsibility as committee chairs, thereby promoting leadership skill building. The club's goals are to create a sense of belonging and to develop unity through diversity. This is done via community service, fund raising, social activity planning, community event programming and attending conferences throughout the Northwest. The club meets every Tuesday from 12:20 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Lewis Hall Room 225.

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Click Here   for KSVR Radio Show on Calling All Colors(mp3).

For information, contact:
Yadira Rosales, Advisor
Calling All Colors Club
(360) 416-7838



Maestros Para el Pueblo Club

Maestros Para el Pueblo es un programa que motiva y guia a estudiantes Latinos y a sus familias a realizar sus metas de educacion superior, para certificarse como maestros y asi ser un modelo a seguir en nuestra comunidad de Skagit.

Maestros Para el Pueblo promueve el exito de sus estudiantes y concientiza la necesidad de maestros biculturales/bilingues especialmente en los distritos de Mount Vernon y Burlington.

Sus juntas son los Martes de 12:30-1:20pm en Lewis Hall 225

What is Maesros Para el Pueblo?

Encourages and supports Latino/a students and their families to fullfill their higher education goals of becoming a certified teacher and a role model for our Skagit Valley Community.

Maestros Para el Pueblo promotes Latino/a student success and increases awareness and the need for bilingual/bicultural diverse teachers, especially in Mount Vernon and Burlington Edison School Districts.

Para mas informacion, contacte a:

Daisy Padilla, Advisor 



First Nations Club

The First Nations Club supports the academic and personal success of American Indian/Alaska Native students, with an emphasis on preserving and promoting traditional knowledge and culture.

We are reaching out to all American Indians and Alaska Natives! Come join us. We meet from 12:30-1:20pm on Fridays in Lewis Hall Room 204.

For more information, contact:

Glenda Landon, Advisor