Our Work / / Multicultural Community Center

Vision 

A student-won, student-led space since 2007, the Multicultural Community Center strives to integrate student-driven and community oriented management, decision-making and visioning in everything that we do. The MCC facilitates students’ greater involvement in multicultural-related education, collaborations, and cross/inter-cultural community building by providing: an educational space for the critical study and practice of multiculturalism, a welcoming and inclusive space for students, an alternative space for cultural expression and identity exploration and by building community among Berkeley’s diverse students

Our Work

Projects and responsibilities may vary from intern to intern, and semester to semester, depending largely on students’ interests and personal development goals. This year, there will be a particular emphasis on wellness, sustainability, and capacity building. MCC commitees include: Art & Beautification, Campus & Community Outreach, Programming, Library & Archival, Curriculum & Pedagogy, Community-based Media.

Core Values

 

Our Goals

We strive to provide an educational space for the critical study and practice of community-based solidarity and to foster a welcoming, inclusive space for students. We also aim to provide an alternative space for cultural expressions and identity exploration and to build community among Berkeley’s diverse student population.