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Diversity on Campus

 

PVCC Clubs:

PRIDE Club

Josh Moss
joshua.moss@paradisevalley.edu


Razas Unidas/M.E.Ch.A
Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán 

Ivette Quintero 602-787-6717
ivette.quintero@paradisevalley.edu


Women’s Rising
Co-Advisors:
Norma Chandler 602-787-7073
norma.chandler@paradisevalley.edu

Christine Berry (602) 787-6842
christine.berry@paradisevalley.edu

Registration Link: https://forms.gle/K9NxfXAJVgdzKD5V8

Women's Rising Program -  Primary goals of the Women's Rising Program are to:

  • Promote empowerment, leadership, and sisterhood/community
  • Provide opportunities to support student success through: chapter meetings, networking, academic and career development, professional development activities, cultural events and activities, and university transfer support.
  • Increase the access, persistence, and graduation rate of Black, Hispanic, Native American, and Asian female students
  • Connect Black, Hispanic, Native American, and Asian female students with academic and professional support resources and services
  • Create a culture of success and empowerment amongst  Black, Hispanic, Native American, and Asian female students
  • All currently enrolled PVCC students are welcome to participate

Male Empowerment Network

Advisor:

Christine Berry (602) 787-6842
christine.berry@paradisevalley.edu

Registration Link: https://forms.gle/whgpmYyY188q6Fgg8

MENs Program (Male Empowerment Network) - Primary goals of the MENs Network are to: 

  • Promote empowerment, leadership, and community
  • Provide opportunities to support student success through: chapter meetings, networking, academic and career development, professional development activities, cultural events and activities, and university transfer support.
  • Increase the access, persistence, and graduation rate of Black, Hispanic, Native American, and Asian male students
  • Connect Black, Hispanic, Native American, and Asian male students with academic and professional support resources and services
  • Create a culture of success and empowerment amongst  Black, Hispanic, Native American, and Asian male students
  • All currently enrolled PVCC students are welcome to participate

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Center for International Studies

Michele Marion
Michele.marion@paradisevalley.edu


“Working in a diverse, multicultural environment challenges us to move beyond acceptance and respect to recognizing that we need to negotiate our relationships with others differently.  That all of us are coming from different experiences and perspectives so that in each encounter we need to observe the interaction as we engage in it, and modify our styles as they modify theirs to come to better understanding. 

The value of sharing school and work and our lives with diverse peoples allows us to keep looking through new eyes, to continue growing, to really model what Maricopa is about -- being lifelong learners -- about each other, ourselves and the world." 

 Rory Gilbert, Employee and Organizational Learning DSSC