• Experiential learning
    Experiential learning, deep reflection and practical skills create change agents for life.
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Our Vision

We envision a multi-ethnic, multi-racial, equitable, and sustainable society where justice triumphs over exploitation.  Toward achieving a just, humane and healthy world, we are expanding community change education for all. 

Student Stories

  • IMG_1884Guadalupe Vidal, on Refusing to Watch History Repeat Itself

    Guadalupe Vidal never thought much about community organizing. That quickly changed, however, when President Obama created the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which provides protections to undocumented students.

    “I realized it was through movements that DACA passed,” Guadalupe said. “It passed because people fought for it.  It didn’t pass because Obama woke up […]

  • IMG_4967Yatziri Tovar, on Finding Fellow “Dreamers” Through Organizing

    Yatziri Tovar was not a novice to community organizing when she enrolled in the “Community and Political Organizing” course taught by Professors Hillary Caldwell and Susanna Blankley at City College during the Fall 2016 Semester. In fact, she had been organizing in support of comprehensive immigration reform at both the national and local levels for […]

  • View More: http://kelseyhoule.pass.us/ashley-2016Student Spotlight, Ashley Freitag, MCTC

    Ashley Freitag, On Rising to New Leadership Challenges
    Ashley Freitag first came by her interest in social change work through an unlikely source—photography. “I enrolled at MCTC in the journalism program,” she explained. “I saw photo journalism as a way to give a voice to the voiceless.”

    A few semesters into her program, however, she […]