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Posted in October 2011

CLIMB picked to aid East Portland
PCC's CLIMB Center will help Multnomah County Chair Jeff Cogen and Portland Mayor Sam Adams' new initiative to infuse resources into underserved Portland-area neighborhood business districts Posted October 19, 2011
In 2007, this sculpture by Mylan Rakich was installed at Cascade for Art Beat. Artist returns to Cascade Campus
Rakich's works are primarily large scale steel fabrications that are lyrical and incorporate the industrial and natural worlds Posted October 18, 2011
Campus Roadshows in October share next phase for bond improvements at Rock Creek
The last months of 2011 promise to be  busy at PCC’s Rock Creek Campus as the Bond Project Team moves […] Posted October 18, 2011
Newberg grand opening Saturday
PCC invites the community at large to celebrate the grand opening of the PCC Newberg Center (135 Werth Blvd., off 99W, near Brutscher St. and Fernwood Rd.) from 3-6 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 22, (the program begins at 4 p.m.) Posted October 18, 2011
50th campus kickoff schedule set
After a successful district 50th anniversary kickoff celebration in Pioneer Courthouse Square on Oct. 7, PCC campuses are now getting into the act Posted October 17, 2011
ETAP to honor graduates
The ceremony will honor the latest group of students to complete the program’s intensive pre-apprenticeship training program Posted October 17, 2011
PCC began at a school called 'Failing' 2 comments for "PCC’s origins started with a Failing school"
When the college was formed by Portland Public Schools, it began in a building known more for its funny name than being the flagship for Portland’s first community college Posted October 17, 2011
Grand Opening for PCC’s newest center in Newberg
It’s here – the Newberg Center, that is! After years of planning, discussion and community outreach efforts, Portland Community College’s […] Posted October 13, 2011
PCC sponsors Middle East scholar
On Thursday, Oct. 20, Portlanders will get the chance to better understand the complexity and impact of current events with the help of award-winning scholar and journalist Rami George Khouri Posted October 12, 2011
Margaret Carter gets own building
The festivities will begin with a program in Cascade’s Moriarty Auditorium with a slate of guest speakers that includes U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden; U.S. Reps. Earl Blumenauer and Kurt Schrader; former Margaret Carter Skill Center student Tamiko Phillips (who is now attending the University of Nevada at Las Vegas on a scholarship); Oregon Historical Society Director Kerry Tymchuk; and Sen. Carter herself Posted October 10, 2011