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Posted in December 2001

Media Advisory: Paco Padilla to Give Free Concert at PCC
ROCK CREEK CAMPUS International musician Paco Padilla will appear live in concert at Portland Community College in January. The Mexican singer and songwriter is scheduled to give a free concert at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 9 at The Forum in Building 3 at the Rock Creek Campus, 17705 N.W. Springville Road. Posted December 21, 2001
PCC-Sylvania to Host 'Day of Dialogue' on Terror Issues
SYLVANIA CAMPUS - A group of Portland Community College faculty has put together an exciting and timely educational experience for staff, students and the public. The event is a daylong dialogue; "Beyond the Headlines: War, Peace, Terrorism, Security, Freedom"will go from 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 15 in the Performing Arts Center on the Sylvania Campus, 12000 S.W. 49th Ave. Posted December 21, 2001
Media Advisory: A New Year and New Term as PCC's Starts Classes Jan. 7
PORTLAND, Ore. - The New Year will bring not only renewed optimism but also an exciting winter term of events and classes at Portland Community College. The term officially starts on Monday, Jan. 7 and students can register for classes on the touch-tone phone system, TRAIL, at 503-977-5000, or toll-free at 1-866-822-1010. Posted December 21, 2001
River Boat Music and More on PCC Senior Studies Institute Winter Term Schedule
PORTLAND, Ore. - There are informative and intriguing topics available in classes through the Portland Community College Senior Studies Institute (SSI) this winter term, beginning Jan. 7. Posted December 21, 2001
PCC Instructor Wins Honor at World Ceramic Exposition
ROCK CREEK CAMPUS - Wally Schwab, visual arts instructor at Portland Community College, won honorable mention from the inaugural World Ceramic Exposition in Korea. Posted December 21, 2001
New Alliance at PCC Provides Workforce Services
ALOHA, Ore. - Portland Community College and its partners have created a one-stop resource for business and industry. The newly developed Workforce Alliance, located at PCC's Capital Career Center One Stop (185th and Walker Road), is a partnership of local employment and training organizations whose goal is to provide an efficient, easy-to-access connection to customized recruitment, training, retention and outplacement services for businesses. Posted December 12, 2001
PCC Offers Italian and German Classes
PORTLAND, Ore. - Get a jump on New Year's resolutions by learning a new language. Portland Community College offers low-cost, step-by-step instruction to learning Italian and German with its winter slate of non-credit classes in northeast Portland. Posted December 10, 2001
PCC Offers Conversational Spanish Classes
Learning Spanish is in high demand these days, particularly for small business owners, teachers, and employers who seek to meet the needs of the growing Hispanic population in Yamhill County. Posted December 10, 2001
PCC Offers Health and Fitness Classes
This winter, Portland Community College will offer opportunities to ring in the New Year with a renewed commitment to staying in shape. Posted December 10, 2001
Dress Up Your Writing with a PCC Class in Calligraphy
Portland, Ore. - Swirls and graceful lines have marked the writing of calligraphy masters for centuries; now Portland residents can sign their signatures with style in an upcoming non-credit calligraphy class. Posted December 10, 2001