Posted in October 2004

A gem of a business
Small business classes at Portland Community College have helped transform a company created in the wake of the plunge into a business dedicated to beauty and fashion. Posted October 27, 2004
Entry-level training available for microelectronics
BEAVERTON, Ore. - The Portland Community College Microelectronics Technology department, is currently recruiting for an upcoming Microelectronics Employment Skills Training certificate program that begins Jan. 3, 2005. Posted October 27, 2004
PCC-Sylvania unveils Technology Classroom Building
SYLVANIA CAMPUS - Portland Community College will officially open a brilliantly designed "green" building, which includes an indoor garden courtyard that is passively cooled and heated by nature, in addition to many other sustainable design elements. Educationally, the new Technology Classroom Building will provide a boost to distance learning, advanced technology and video production programs at the Sylvania Campus. Posted October 27, 2004
AmeriCorps volunteers help restore campus creeks
SYLVANIA CAMPUS - The Sylvania Campus of Portland Community College will host a team of AmeriCorps volunteers to perform restoration work done in North and South Upper Ball Creeks. Posted October 27, 2004
Medical-oriented sketches on exhibit at Rock Creek
ROCK CREEK CAMPUS - The medical illustration sketches of local artist Becky Slemmons will be on exhibit from Nov. 1 to 26 at the Rock Creek Art Gallery, 17705 N.W. Springville Road. Posted October 27, 2004
New online service helps PCC job postings
PORTLAND, Ore. - The Human Resources department at Portland Community College will have a new online job posting system, beginning Monday, Nov. 1. Posted October 27, 2004
Faculty In-Service Day
Due to PCC’s faculty in-service day, there will be no classes from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday, October […] Posted October 22, 2004
Grant helps PCC target, train rural educators
PORTLAND, Ore. - Portland Community College is the recipient of a Helping Hands grant from the Northwest Health Foundation. Posted October 21, 2004
PCC's Theater arts department presents 'Nora' play
PORTLAND, Ore. - The Theater Arts Program is kicking off celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Sylvania Campus Performing Arts Center this year with Henrik Ibsen's classic play "A Doll's House." Posted October 21, 2004
Microelectronics Technology poised for the future
Industry support keeps the Microelectronics Technology program on the leading edge. A move to the new facility at the Rock Creek Campus this fall means the program can double in size. Long-time partner Intel Corp. and robotic manufacturer Brooks Automation have recently invested more than $520,000 in equipment and cash this past year. Posted October 20, 2004