Caribbean American Heritage Month, celebrated in June, was established in 2006 to create and disseminate knowledge about the contributions of Caribbean people to the United States. The month-long observance promotes the rich culture and heritage of the Caribbean American people and their contribution to this country.

Event List

Date | Time Event Name Event Registration
June 16 | 2 PM

Guess that Caribbean Song 

Students will sign into Zoom to participate in this social event and compete with other students to guess the correct name of a popular Caribbean tune.

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June 17 | 11 AM

Juneteenth with Professor Balkaran

Dr. Stephen Balkaran will help us celebrate Juneteenth by providing a historical overview of this significant day in history.

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June 28 | 10 AM

'Mas: A Carnival Story' with Professor Rhonda Bobb and Jessy Schuster

Jessy Schuster will engage the college community as she shares her latest documentary, ‘Mas: A Carnival Story’, retraces the common links between Caribbean Carnival traditions with an emphasis on Trinidad & Tobago and Guadeloupe.

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Passcode 535590

June 30 | 10 AM

Carnival!: The South Florida Experience with Professor Rhonda Bobb

The Caribbean islands share one common culture: the celebration of carnival. Although carnival shares similar historical roots throughout the Caribbean and the world, the difference often lies in the manifestation of the celebration - this event will explore the South Florida experience.

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Passcode 535590

Gaming Stream Every Thursday at 3 PM

Live on Twitch

Summer CCN Workshops

Resume Building, LinkedIn Workshops, Career Exploration, and more!

Career Center

Student ID Dates

Wed, June 9 - Thurs June 10

9 AM - 4 PM
North Campus | Bldg. 46 Rm. 126

Wed, June 16 - Thurs June 17

9 AM - 4 PM
South Campus & Partnership Centers | Bldg. 68 Rm. 190

Wed, June 21 - Tues June 22

9 AM - 4PM
Central Campus | Bldg. 19 Rm. 101

 

 

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