Working with our neighbors to build a strong community

L.A. officials recognize USC Black History Month project

At a City Hall celebration, Mayor Eric Garcetti and council members hail the groundbreaking project that created the stunning banners lining Trousdale Parkway. Fifteen local high school students worked with acclaimed muralist Noni Olabisi to create custom images that capture the African-American experience.

HS students test their paper airplanes.

Paper airplanes give future engineers a “lift”

More than 100 students from STEM Academy of Boyle Heights, STEM Academy of Hollywood and Diamond Bar High School visited the USC Viterbi School of Engineering to compete in a “paper airplane” challenge—a contest bridging theoretical math and physics with a physical test: Hopeful teams plotted out their calculations to ask perennial question of aeronautical engineers everywhere: will it fly?

Spring has Sprung at USC Headstart

After a morning of painting, building, cleaning, and community engagement–volunteers left teachers and preschoolers with an upgraded learning facility.

Join us at the Univision Health Fair

Saturday, March 31, 2018
11 am – 3 pm
East Los Angeles College (ELAC)

Young people press ahead, testing their journalistic skills at USC event

Trojans advise young people eager to learn about health, medicine, energy, technology and more

USC Headstart opens in Lincoln Heights

USC School for Early Childhood Education (USC SECE) has served more than 5,000 neighborhood children from 4,600 families, and this year have expanded their services to the eastern part of Los Angeles.