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Posted in August 2016

College Advances Familiar Faces
Each individual will serve in a college-wide capacity Posted August 30, 2016
Rachel Hodgson, Medical Assisting student Healthy Rewards 2 comments for "Rachel Hodgson is parlaying medical assisting degree into nursing career"
Rachel Hodgson is parlaying medical assisting degree into nursing career Posted August 29, 2016
LITE Applications Due Sept. 7 2 comments for "Interested in becoming a LITE listener? Applications due Sept. 7"
Conflict resolution, compassion, skill-building. . . all are part of a novel new resource coming to PCC this fall: the […] Posted August 26, 2016
Board Names New Leaders
The PCC Board consists of seven members elected by zones to four-year terms Posted August 25, 2016
PCC Honors Radiography Grads
Twenty-eight Radiography Program students celebrated their completion ceremony on Thursday, Aug. 11, at the Sylvania Campus Posted August 24, 2016
College Scores Awards, Grants 1 comment for "Portland Community College garners multitude of honors and awards"
A summary of news, awards and grants from the college Posted August 22, 2016
QRC student advocate Ryley Ha'o-Magno Brave Spaces 6 comments for "PCC’s growing Queer Resource Centers serve students of all identities"
PCC’s growing Queer Resource Centers serve students of all identities Posted August 22, 2016
Keeping the Oregon Promise 1 comment for "Oregon Promise Day at Rock Creek Campus draws large crowd, State Sen. Mark Hass"
Nearly 100 students and parents attended the new student welcome day that introduced them to college resources and advising Posted August 17, 2016
High Schoolers Fabricate Skills
The Sylvania Campus, with the help of local school districts and a grant from the Oregon Department of Education, hosted a four-week, dual credit Digital Fabrication Camp for high school students ages 14-18 years old this summer Posted August 16, 2016
RC Solar Report a Click Away 1 comment for "Online monitor keeps great work of Rock Creek’s solar array on everyone’s minds"
Solar panels are becoming more and more part of the landscape, but unlike wind turbines or dams, their work is invisible to the naked eye – that is unless you use a nifty online monitor that measures the panels’ energy generation and demand Posted August 15, 2016