Multicultural Center

We are hiring for student positions for the 2021-22 school year!

Purpose Statement

The Multicultural Center celebrates the diversity of our students and staff and provides support services and educational opportunities to our college community. We strive to bring awareness and support for all underrepresented groups at Clackamas Community College, including international students, students from racial and ethnic minorities, undocumented students, first-generation students, and LGBTQIA+ students. The Multicultural Center educates the college community about different cultures through monthly events and activities. Students from underrepresented populations are especially encouraged to join a leadership role within the Multicultural Center and use the center as a safe and welcoming space to gather, study, pray and learn.

Value Statement

The Multicultural Center values all peoples of the world, both as individuals and in community. We encourage individuals to explore the world and in doing so, learn more about themselves and others. In our space, we value mutual respect, communication and international understanding which celebrates a dynamic global perspective.

Goals

  • Encourage minority leadership engagement
  • Establish a safe and confidential place for students to gather, study, pray and learn
  • Provide services and support for underrepresented populations
  • Educate the college and community about different cultures through monthly events and activities
  • Promote awareness of the positive value of cultural diversity
  • Ensure that students have varied opportunities available through which to immerse themselves in diverse cultures

Multicultural Center Events Calendar

 

  • Oct 1
    To Feb 13

    OMSI Field Trip: Mandela Exhibit

    Join the Multicultural Center in celebrating Black History Month by visiting the Nelson Mandela exhibit at OMSI! We are providing one free ticket per student to visit this exhibit on your own time. The Mandela exhibit is available for viewing at OMSI through Feb. 13, 2022. Request your free ticket!

  • Feb 4
    To Mar 5

    32nd Annual Cascade Festival of African Films

    Friday, Feb. 4 through Saturday, March 5
    A virtual online festival that is free and open to the public. Learn more or view the film schedule. This event is not hosted by CCC. Send any questions to info@africanfilmfestival.org.

 

  • The Multicultural Center is hiring for student positions for the 2021-22 school year!

    Work with fellow student leaders to plan educational and social events for the college community; serve as a resource and advocate for underrepresented students.

    Visit the Associated Student Government or Peer Program pages to apply or for more information.

Multicultural Center Video Playlist

Zoom Backgrounds

A brown-grey backdrop behind flowers in the bottom-left and top-right corners. Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15-Oct. 15
A wine-colored backdrop behind various flowers of yellow, white, pink and orange. Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15-Oct. 15
A tan-to-greeng radient followed by an outline of Central America, South America and Spain, each nation represented with their unique flag. Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15-Oct. 15
A tan-to-greeng radient followed by an outline of Central America, South America and Spain. Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month, Sept. 15-Oct. 15
A mostly neon pink background with a card to the right of stenciled Native American faces with the phrase You Are On Native Land
A white background with an outline of the state of Oregon to the top right and the phrase Indigenous Land in front of an orange and red arrow
A blue background with flowers to the bottom right and the phrase Native American Heritage Month to the top left in a mix of sans-serif and cursive font
A blue background with the CCC logo to the top left and a statement from CCC acknowledging that the college resides on traditional homelands, extending respect and gratitude to the indigenous people who have lived here
A tan background with the phrase Native American Heritage Month to the top-right and an image of an elderly Native American proudly raising their fist, wit the phrase We The Resilient Have Been Here Before above them
A minimalist map of different types of trees on different terrain behind the phrase You Are On Native Land in exaggerated font
A black background with the words Black Lives Matter in strong, red and white font

Multicultural Events for Fall Term

Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month
National Coming Out Day
Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead
Native American Heritage Month
International Thanksgiving

Multicultural Events for Winter Term

Lunar New Year
Black History Month
Women's History Month

Multicultural Events for Spring Term

Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Heritage Month
LGBTQIA+ Pride Month
Ramadan

If you want to be notified of upcoming events, have suggestions for events we should host, or wish to help in the planning of events with the Multicultural Center Team, please stop by our office or contact us below.

Cougie!

CONTACT

Multicultural Center
Community Center, room 122
Oregon City campus
503-594-3923
mcambassadors@clackamas.edu

Multicultural Center Assistant
Beau Gilbert
503-594-1823
beau.gilbert@clackamas.edu