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Introduction to SCORE!

Hello again! Today I’ll introduce you to a wonderful resource at Scripps called SCORE. SCORE stands for Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment and the office aims to “build an inclusive community through social justice programming with an emphasis on intersectionality”. SCORE houses many clubs and organizations on campus that unite students along identities of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, class, and ethnicity. I will now introduce you to all the currently active clubs and organizations within the SCORE office:

 

Asian American Sponsor Program (AASP)

The Asian American Sponsor Program (AASP) is a mentorship program at Scripps that provides resources and mentorship to first-year students who identify as Asian American/Pacific Islander/Asian (API/A).

Contact Info:

Email: aaspiration1@gmail.com

Website: scrippsaasp.wordpress.com

Instagram: @kickaasp

 

Asian American Student Union (AASU)

The Asian American Student Union (AASU) is an organization for Asian American, Pacific Islander, Native Hawaiian, and Alaskan Native Students at Scripps.

Contact Info:

Email: aasu@scrippscollege.edu

Website: unboundspaces.wordpress.com

Instagram: @scrippsaasu

Facebook: AASU (Asian American Student Union)

 

Blend

Blend is an organization for students who identify as multiethnic and/or multiracial. Blend seeks to provide a “safe, supportive space to explore social and political issues” related to these identities.

Contact Info:

Email: scrippsblend@gmail.com

Instagram: @blendscripps

Facebook: Blend

 

Café con Leche

Café con Leche is an organization aimed at serving the Latinx community at Scripps. They “intend to raise awareness of diversity and its implications in [the] community and surrounding areas”.

Contact Info:

Email: cafeconleche@scrippscollege.edu

Instagram: @cafeconlechescr

 

Family

Family is Scripps’s Queer-Allied Student Union. They provide space for queer students as well as allies to support each other and celebrate their identities.

Contact Info:

Email: alavongt7348@scrippscollege.edu

Instagram: @scrippsfamily

Facebook: Family: Scripps’ Queer-Allied Student Union

 

Scripps International Community (SIC)

Scripps International Community (SIC) is an organization dedicated to help self-identified international students transition into college life in the United States and promotes inclusivity across international students on campus.

Contact Info:

Instagram: @scripps.international

 

Kehillah

Kehillah is a space for Scripps students who identify or have identified as Jewish in the past. Kehillah provides a space to foster the Jewish community at Scripps.

Contact Info:

Instagram: @scrippskehillah

Facebook: Scripps College Kehillah

 

Scripps Quest Scholars Network (QSN)

The Scripps College QSN is a small community of Questbridge Scholars on campus  who also provide space and resources for first-generation and low-income students at Scripps who are not Quest Scholars.

Contact Info:

Email: scripps.chapter@questbridge.org

Instagram: @scripps_questbridge_

 

Watu Weusi

Watu Weusi is the Black Student Association at Scripps that aims to unite and uplift Black students on campus through events and meetings.

Contact Info:

Email: watuweusiscripps@gmail.com

Instagram: @watu.weusi

 

If you have any questions about SCORE in general, you can contact the SCORE Dean, Dr. Marissiko Wheaton (mwheaton@scrippscollege.edu). Until next time!

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