HECUA Information Session
HECUA is a social justice based program where students take courses in the community paired with an internship. HECUA is great for students:
HECUA has four main tracks:
Inequality in America; students explore the history between the rich and the homeless and intern at community sites actively working to combat poverty through policy and advocacy. Taught by Phil Sandro and Julia Dinsmore.
Environmental Sustainability; students use a community based lens to explore ways to improve our environment and how to build equity for people of color and indigenous peoples, emphasis on field experiences such as trips to Lily Springs Farm and aquaponics farms. Taught by Sam Grant.
Art for Social Change; students learn to use art to explore their identities and to create social change. Students develop an art portfolio and have one public art show. Taught by Marcus Young.
Making Media, Making Change; students become more aware media makers and consumers by exploring the dominant narratives and how to disrupt stereotypes. Open to all skill level of interested media makers, students take an equipment and editing workshop throughout the semester. Taught by Erin Walsh and D.A. Bullock.
Learn more about HECUA at hecua.org