On March 5, 2019 Councilmember Sylvia Arenas and Mayor Sam Liccardo, presented EVC Womyn’s Center and Women and Gender Studies Program the City of San Jose’s 2019 Women’s History Month Proclamation.In attendance was Chancellor Byron Breland, EVC President Keith Aytch, Charlie-Kahn-Lomax, Co-Chair of Women and Gender Studies Advisory Board, Maniphone Dickerson, Dean of Business and Workforce, and Marjorie Clark, Founder of the Women and Gender Studies Program and Womyn’s Center.
The Women and Gender Studies Program at Evergreen Valley College is committed to preserving, expanding, and transmitting knowledge about women and gender. The program offers an academic curriculum informed by feminist theories, while providing students an opportunity to:
The Women and Gender Studies Program provides courses from a variety of disciplines leading to an Associate of Arts degree with a concentration in Women’s Studies. The program promotes a learning model and a safe environment where students are encouraged to think critically, collaborate, and problem solve.
Members are committed to social justice and equity, striving to provide a campus environment free of sexism, racism, damaging stereotypes, and other forms of discriminatory treatment.
Marjorie Clark CoordinatorEmail: Marjorie.Clark@EVC.Edu Phone: 408-
Womyn’s Center Acacia Building A8-232
EVC Women and Gender Studies Program Evergreen Valley College3095 Yerba Buena RoadSan Jose, CA 95135
Attn: Marjorie Clark