Prante (Economics), Laura Scott (Sociology), and Darby Southgate (Sociology). Welcome to all of the new full-time faculty members!
Introducing Eloy Retamel—LAVC’s New Construction Project Manager Los Angeles Valley College proud to welcome Eloy Retamal as its new Construction Project Manager, Yang Management, LAVC Bond Projects. Mr. Retamal is a Senior Program/Construction Manager with more than 24 years of professional experience in project/construction management and structural engineering, including contract administration, project controls, project and construction management, programming, design and construction. He is noted for his ability to respond to and work within the guidelines and regulations established by governmental agencies, including DSA. His unique ability to excel in both the engineering and management fields has assured his quick advancement from lead structural engineer, to project manager, to program director at California State University, Northridge (CSUN), the second largest applicant for public assistance funding in the history of FEMA. In fact, Mr. Retamal brought to closure the $407 million dollar earthquake recovery at CSUN. Welcome!
Check Out the Family Resource Center Blog The LAVC Family Resource Center has recently launched a new blog on its programs and services. This blog provides students and parents in the community with the latest news regarding the Family Resource Center. The blog now features stories on the CAST Program, the new Parenting 20CE (formerly known as Parent & Baby Sessions), the P-CAT Program, the free baby clothes exchange program, and more. To read the entire blog, visit http://lavc-frc.tumblr.com.
Project GRAD Looking for Student Tutors at LAVC Project GRAD Los Angeles in partnership with LAVC is hiring tutors for the following LAUSD Schools: Pacoima Middle School, San Fernando Middle School, Maclay Middle School, and San Fernando High School. Tutors will earn between $11.04-$13.25 per hour. To be eligible to be a tutor, students must be attending college full-time (at least 12 units) with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Applications are available in the Office of Academic Affairs in the Administration Building, Room 101, or by contacting Nona Matatova, project coordinator, at (818) 947-2622.