Showcase Schedule

All times are in Pacific time

Pre-Showcase website launch

Saturday, April 3rd @ 5:00pm – Registration closes

Tuesday, April 6 @ 10:00am – Open Board Meeting

Showcase launch day schedule

The 2021 Online Tutor Showcase website will go live on Saturday, April 10th, 2021. Presenters’ work will be hosted at The infographic here overviews what you can expect the day of the showcase and how this year’s event differs from a typical “conference.”

To celebrate our tutors’ work, SoCal WCA is also offering 2 live Zoom sessions (registration is now closed) during the showcase, which are intended to continue the association’s growth.

  • From 10-11am PST, SoCal WCA President, Percival Guevarra, will be hosting the Writing Center Professionals’ meeting, which will offer 2 breakout room activities that will help us brainstorm and develop ways to use the Showcase.
  • From 11am-noon PST, SoCal WCA Vice President, Kim Arbolante, will be hosting a Tutor Alumni panel (click for additional info). She’s invited several former tutors who will answer some questions about the theme “Change” as well as questions from attendees.

Links to both Zoom events were sent to the contact email provided during registration. If you registered a group of attendees, please forward the Zoom information to your group.

Showcase lineup

Tutor Alumni Q&A Panel

We’ve invited several tutor alum from SoCal colleges and universities to be part of a Zoom Q&A session where they’ll be answering questions about what the theme “change” has meant to them as they transition from writing center tutoring to the next chapter in their work and school lives. Attendees will also have an opportunity to ask questions. We’ll be adding introductory clips to the panelists here, so check back for updates!

Panelists in alphabetical order (more panelists and video intros to be added; last updated on 2/23)

Max Castro – California State University of Channel Islands, Writing and Multiliteracy Center

Chelsea Kerford – San Diego State University, Writing Center

Stephanie Lai – California State University of Los Angeles, Center for Academic Success

Amy Windham – Pasadena City College, Writing Support Center