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Santa Monica College Speakers Bureau

Check this link for a list of speakers and topics

About the Santa Monica College Speakers Bureau

The Speakers Bureau is a community service of Santa Monica College . We believe our speakers provide insightful and entertaining presentations on a broad variety of subjects. Some presentations include slide or other audio-visual aids.

How to Use this Guide

Topics are listed under main subject headings alphabetically. Some topics are listed under more than one related subject heading and each topic lists one or more experts qualified to discuss that subject. The names of speakers are listed alphabetically at the back of this publication.

How to Arrange for a Speaker

All speaking engagements are by appointment only. Requests are accommodated only if the speaker is available for the requested time and date. To arrange for a speaker, please contact Community Relations Director Wendy Zahler at (310) 434-4303 or

Facts about Santa Monica College

Santa Monica College is a public, two-year community college founded in 1929. With more than 30,000 students, SMC is a leader among the state's 108 community colleges in transferring students to the University of California and other four-year institutions. It is also a major job-training center in such fields as nursing, computer technology, new media, accounting, photography, and graphic design.

SMC – which Rolling Stone magazine rated as one of 10 of the best community colleges in the nation – prides itself on its accessibility. With its low tuition of $26 a unit for most students, the college provides a higher education opportunity to thousands of economically deprived people who might not otherwise have it.

SMC's special and innovative programs include the Academy of Entertainment & Technology, Women's College, Scholars Program for honors students, Emeritus College for older adults, and Office of Workforce & Economic Development.

KCRW (89.9 FM), the college's radio station, is the award-winning flagship affiliate of National Public Radio.

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