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Posted in February 2020

Meet PCC's Diamond Winners
Three Portland Community College alumni have been named 2019-20 Diamond Alumni winners by the PCC Foundation Posted February 26, 2020
Allia Smith in lab The Test of Time 3 comments for "From Dartmouth to PCC, Allia Smith’s journey goes through Medical Lab Technology"
No matter where she’s been, medical lab student Allia Smith is going places Posted February 24, 2020
telling her story Southeast Campus Welcomes Back cultureSEast
The three-day series seeks to bridge identity, culture and community through storytelling, visual arts, workshops, and conversations Posted February 19, 2020
Mark Mitsui Mitsui Named to National ACE Board 1 comment for "PCC President Mark Mitsui elected to American Council on Education board of directors"
ACE is the major coordinating body for the nation’s colleges and universities Posted February 18, 2020
Salomon working on a car Repairing His Education 3 comments for "Student Salomon Luna is using Auto Service’s green tech classes to his advantage"
Salomon Luna is driving toward a PCC auto service degree in green technology Posted February 17, 2020
The ASPCC Legislative Interns at the Capitol Legislative Interns Focused on Learning the Process 3 comments for "PCC’s 2020 legislative interns are learning the governmental ropes"
The Associated Students of PCC Legislative Intern Program is an opportunity for students to learn first-hand how laws are made and what careers in government are like Posted February 14, 2020
MWESB event PCC Outreach Event For Minority Firms
COBID-certified contractors and consultants can learn about opportunities with the college Posted February 14, 2020
Cascade Campus Cascade Skill Center Open House Feb. 21
The Community Arts and Technology Studio (CATS), which is part of the Margaret Carter Skill Center at Portland Community College’s Cascade Campus in North Portland, is holding an open house from noon to 7 p.m., Friday, Feb. 21, in the Technology Education Building Posted February 13, 2020
Early Child Development staff with kids. Kresge Foundation Gives Student Families a BOOST
The college and its partner Albina Head Start are receiving $495,000 to connect low-income residents to services Posted February 12, 2020
Community Colleges Talk CTE with Leaders
On Feb. 5, Oregon's 17 community colleges met at the Capitol Building to show off to legislators their diverse range of career-technical education programs Posted February 11, 2020