virtual Workshops/ Special Events

These in person events are currently postponed until further notice, we hope to return in 2021!

However, we are hosting online workshops! Visit our portal to view our schedule.

Our workshops and special events are planned and facilitated by the CEPI team alongside the program manager. 

What's unique about these activities is that they are based on the interests of the adults that participate in CEPI. The CEPI team will ask the adults what kinds of things they're interested to make sure that they take part in the decision making, since this is their program. We want to provide as much ownership and autonomy as possible.

These events are free to CEPI adults and we encourage many to come and participate!

The last couple projects have included:

  • Nuestro Arte Exhibit at Whittier City Hall-November 27th, 2018

  • Historias del Corazón Movie Screening at Ruth B. Shannon Center for the Performing Arts at Whittier College-May 10, 2018

  • Historias del Corazón Book Premier at Whittier Public Library-March 23, 2018

  • Mi Inspiración Tecnologica Movie Screening at Whittier College Hartley House- May 5, 2017

  • Nuestro Arte photo exhibit- Whittier Public Library- December 9th, 2016

what recent events can we include?

March 29, 2019

Podcast & Digital Stories

VOCES

The Community Education Program Initiative is honored to present Voces. A film where CEPI members from the local Whittier community share their voices and stories, just as they have been with their podcast. This film will have you pause and think about life in different ways and think about the little things in life that need to be embraced rather than forgotten. It will bring you laughter, joy, empowerment, and admiration

amongst other feelings.

May 10, 2018

Historias del corazón 

Stories from the Heart

Historias del Corazón is a collection of stories that were written by 16 strong women from the Whittier and surrounding communities. 

Historias del Corazón is the name of the book. 

May 5, 2017

Mi inspiración Tecnologica

This was an event where the CEPI students presented their digital stories to their community at the Hartley House at Whittier College. Ranging from different themes such as family, childhood, and their passions. 

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December 9, 2016

Nuestro Arte

The “Nuestro Arte: Community & Photography” project began from of a series of workshops on learning about digital literacy and talking about our roles as digital citizens. 

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