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Hubbard Street Summer Intensive

As part of USC Kaufman’s dynamic partnership with Hubbard Dance Chicago, the dance company will host its Pre-Professional Summer Intensive program on campus at the University of Southern California. The two-week intensive will be held in the state-of-the art Glorya Kaufman International Dance Center, home of the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance.

Dancers will attend daily ballet and supplementary Somatics classes, which will prepare them to spend the day with choreographers Penny SaundersPablo Piantino, Kidd Pivot's Jermaine Spivey, and Spenser Theberge.  Dancers will work with Penny Saunders and Pablo Piantino or Jermaine Spivey and Spenser Theberge to create original works, which will be shared in a showing at the conclusion of the two-week intensive.

For complete program details including fees, payment information and daily schedules, please visit the Hubbard Street Dance Chicago website.

USC Trojan Kids Camp 2017

The University of Southern California is proud to announce the return of USC Trojan Kids Camp for another year of service to the Los Angeles Community. The USC Trojan Kids Camp Program is designed for economically disadvantaged youth living around the USC campus. The program provides an opportunity to promote a healthy and active lifestyle to youth 9-15 years of age. Each camper will be provided a FREE snack and lunch each day and will be given one FREE camp T-shirt.  We will enroll up to 225 participants.


Trojan Kids Camp will be held June 19 – July 14, 2017.


Kids Camp Application for Campers:  2017 Camp ApplicationVoucher Application (due 5/22) & Application Information

Kids Camp Application for Staff: Counselor & Specialist Application


After School Sports Connection (ASSC)

ASSC is a part of the overall USC Family of Five Schools (USC-FFS) community outreach effort. ASSC offers after-school sports instruction to students in third through fifth grades (8-11 years of age) at the following FFS schools: Norwood Street Elementary, 32nd Street, L.B. Weemes Elementary, Foshay Learning Center and Vermont Avenue, plus the two Catholic schools, St. Agnes and St. Vincent. ASSC also offers summer swim lessons through a partnership with Kids in Sports of Los Angeles.

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Volatile Demographics: How High and How Low?

28th Annual Demographics Workshop


The Southern California Association of Governments and the USC Price School of Public Policy are hosting the 28th annual Demographic Workshop on June 26 at the University of Southern California campus.


The Demographic Workshop has for decades been a significant resource for policymakers and business leaders to better understand the populations they serve. This year’s conference, "Volatile Demographics: How High & How Low?" will address the extraordinary volatility and uncertainty of the post-recession demographic and economic trends, accentuated by new policies of the Trump Administration. The workshop will be held on Monday, June 26, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Ronald Tutor Campus Center at USC.


This year’s conference will address the extraordinary volatility and uncertainty of the post-recession demographic and economic trends, accentuated by new policies of the Trump Administration. Concerns include the puzzling failure of fertility to rebound from its recession lows, as well as the uncertain course of immigration that had begun to rebound but now is being shifted by major policy changes.


The program also highlight the emergence of robotics in the employment picture. Our panel of engineering and industry experts will share an eye-opening presentation on the current use and potential of robotics, along with implications for the regional economy. The program will also feature a special luncheon keynote from Dr. Elizabeth Rhodes of Y Combinator Research on her work to pilot the concept of a universal basic income, a system which would give an unconditional minimum amount of economic support to all Americans. This idea could be applied as a strategy to mitigate the economic impacts of artificial intelligence on the workforce.


Please join SCAG and the USC Price School for Public Policy at the workshop on June 26 for this vital conversation about the forces shaping the region’s future. Early registration is $75 until June 12. Tickets for students are available for $25. The event is free for elected officials. AICP CM credits also are available. To reserve your seat and for more information, visit: www.scag.ca.gov/demographics


Supporting Partners:

  • U.S. Census Bureau
  • California State Census Data Center
  • California Department of Finance
  • California Department of Housing and Community Development
  • USC Population Dynamics Research Group

$75, $25 for students