RSVP to e2 Grad
e2 Grad is engaging education’s end of the year ceremony. We want to take the time to recognize and appreciate the knowledge shared and work done throughout the year by our community. It is also a time in which we celebrate e2 graduates as they begin the next chapter of their lives.
Join us in our celebration!
Click the image above to RSVP to our event.
If you are a graduate who needs to register for the ceremony, please register at here. If you have any questions or comments, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
e2 is Hiring!
e2 is a Student Initiated Outreach and Retention Center that focuses on increasing the diversity of hxstorically underrepresented and under-resourced students within higher education while promoting a critical student politic through engaged dialogue on a wide spectrum of social justice issues.
Summer & Academic Year Job Openings for engaging education are now open. Scroll down and click on the position(s) to see more information about the open positions.
Deadline: Monday, April 29th, 2019 by 5pm
** Please submit a hadcopy to the engaging education center by 5pm. e2 willl NOT accept any late applications.
When applying for a position please fill out the addition e2 Application.
Applicants need to submit the following items with their application in person:
Resume and Cover Letter (example)
e2 Application found attached
3 Strong Refereces (names, phone, emails to serve as references regarding abilities [Not letters of Recommendations])
Current Schedule of Availability and Finals Schedule
If applying to JUSTICE CEM, applicants need to include 5 page minimum writing sample of their best work*
Thank you to all of our participants and volunteers that helped and participated in SIO Weekend 2019!
Stay tuned for more information and footage about the weekend!
Campaign for Student Leadership
The following is the resolution e2 created for the Campaign for Student Leadership. To see the full resolution clearly, click the link below to be directed to the PDF version. e2 BoD has outreached to student organizations and faculty, based on their assessments, to gain support through endorsements.
For more information about the Campaign for Student Leadership and e2, we created flyers to make sure you get easy quick and accessible knowledge of what this campaign entails and who we are. Click the link below to access the flyers. Feel free to share on social media and with other folx.
Call to Action!
e2 is gathering petitions from students at UCSC to show a physical representation of how many students support this campaign. Come to e2 located in the Quarry above the Bike Coup to sign one and show your individual support.
If you would like to help collect more let a staff person know we can get you set up!
Follow e2 on Instagram (@e2.ucsc) to keep updated with the campaign, the space and the programs students in the space create and facilitate.
e2 wants to thank and appreciate the student organizations, councils , colleges, faculty, and alumni that have supported the campaign for Student Leadership through their endorsement. To see the full lift of endorsements, the flyers, and resolution click the different links below. Thank you all, we look forward to building and collaborating with one another in the future. Solidarity, e2 BoD.
SIO Weekend 2018 Highlights
Click the picture to watch the video!
Thank you to all of our participants and volunteers of SIO Weekend 2018! Thank you City on a Hill Press for the video!
Stayed tuned for more info about SIO Weekend 2019.
Check out more info about SIO 2018 here.
YIELD - ASF / DHE / ORALE
NON-YIELD - MC / ISHE / RAINBOW THEATER / AATAT
ChALE / UMOJA / CUSN / KAMP
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Representatives from e2, SIO, and retention programs
E2 was a space in which I was able to work with others to develop grounding principles that helped me navigate my position as a community organizer as well as my life. I was able to build with others by having conversations that were both difficult to have and also transformative. Often times, the university does not provide the support to have conversations about racism, empowerment and what it means to be a student of color in academia; so having e2 as a space where we could have those conversations and to also do something about the injustices that happen within the university and outside of it taught me that I, along with others, have a duty to be protagonists in the movement for liberation.