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SMC Update

This winter, Santa Monica College is offering free Online Sustainability Certificate Programs. The noncredit programs offer training to become a Sustainability Assistant and Sustainability Services Technician. Winter classes begin January 4, 2021.

In the Sustainability Assistant program, students develop a general understanding of  sustainability principles and help  identify potential career opportunities in industry and government, like community engagement representative, sustainability assistant or coordinator, project manager assistant.  

In the Sustainability Services Technician program, participants  will receive an introduction to careers in clean technology to help prepare for careers such as recycling coordinator, waste management technician, resource recovery assistant, environmental assessor, sales & operations and management assistant.  

Students will have access to academic and career counseling and SMC’s Chromebook lending program. Students who complete the program will be connected to JVS West Los Angeles Work Source to receive assistance in looking for jobs in the field and will be invited to participate in SMC’s graduation.  

For more information call 310-434-3399 or email

Theatricum Carol Sing-Along

December 20th at 4pm on Zoom

FREE tickets available at

The holidays are a time for family and friends, even though this year looks quite different. At Theatricum, we’re gathering together on Zoom for an afternoon of festive carol-singing and a very special screening featuring our founder, Will Geer. 

In 1977, Emmy award winning television broadcaster and historian Keith Berwick embarked on an interview unlike any other. In a three part conversation he speaks with Santa Claus, Saint Nicholas and actor Will Geer about the historical origins of Christmas, the state of humanity, and the fate of the world moving forward. This rare glimpse into Geer’s personal essence is delightful and thought provoking. It reminds us, as an organization, where our roots began and solidifies our mission to elevate, educate and entertain. 

Please join us for some heart warming caroling and then settle down to watch this exclusive master class in historical, improvisational performance all as a part of Theatricum’s Holiday Fundraiser. 

Donations for Theatricum are gratefully appreciated during these uncertain times. We wish you all a safe and happy holiday season.

The Theatricum Jazz Brunch (BYO) Postponed

This event scheduled for December 5th, 11am to 2pm has been postponed due to new public health orders issued in Los Angeles County prohibiting gatherings with the exception of faith-based services and protests. 

Theatricum supports these measures to curtail the spread of Covid-19 and keep our community safe. As the musicians slated to perform at the Jazz Brunch belong to different households, the show has been postponed until we are able to produce the event safely and in compliance with local ordinances. Theatricum values your support. Stay healthy.

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