The people of HEP
These profiles tell the story of our founders, our students and our graduates. Come make your story part of ours!
- PCC’s $3 million in federal grants target farmworkers, first-generation students
- The High School Equivalency Program was awarded a $2.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education. It is one of two five-year grants that the college received this summer. Read the full story »
- First PCC HEP graduate says it's just the beginning
- Hillsboro resident and Mexico native Luis Moreno tells everyone that this isn't the end; it's the beginning to a college degree and a new job. Moreno is the first to graduate from the new HEP program, based at PCC Rock Creek. Read Luis's full story »
- Rock Creek leaders and their HEP roots
- As the HEP program is established at Rock Creek, Dean Narce Rodriguez and others discuss their roots in the HEP program and their hopes for the future of the program at Rock Creek. Read Dean's full story »