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James G. Hill, an award-winning journalist and public relations writer, is the Public Relations Manager at Portland Community College. A graduate of Portland State University, James has worked as a section editor for the Newberg Graphic, Woodburn Independent, Clackamas Review, Oregon City News, The Dalles Daily Chronicle and the Associated Press. Born in Hillsboro, James is a native Oregonian through and through, having lived in Portland and Sunriver most of his life. Today, he manages the PCC website content, the college magazine "Communities" and public relations and crisis communications projects.
Virtual Preview Days provide peek into college world for high school students Recruiting staff have adapted to provide information online to prospective students
Posted January 21, 2021
Students, staff invited to 2021 MLK Virtual Racial Justice Teach-in The Portland Community College community is invited to attend "From Resilience to Black Liberation: Uprooting Systems of Inequity."
Posted January 19, 2021
Message from the President: Attack on the U.S. Capitol Mark Mitsui discusses the impacts and ramifications of the D.C. riot and intrusion into the U.S. Capitol
Posted January 7, 2021
In the end, readers just needed a ‘Pinball Wizard’ to get through 2020 In part two of our countdown, we unveil the top PCC story of the year, which features a 'Pinball Wizard'
Posted December 28, 2020
When the pandemic hit, PCC pivoted to serve and support students In the first of two parts, we countdown the year's best PCC stories
Posted December 21, 2020
PCC’s training helped Elizabeth Gomez create a bridge to a more sustainable future After her job became obsolete, alum Elizabeth Gomez changes career plans to architectural drafting
Posted December 7, 2020
PCC Foundation, Central City Concern receive $400,000 from Bank of America The Neighborhood Builders award includes leadership resources to amplify nonprofits’ impacts in the Portland Metro area
Posted December 3, 2020
U.S. Department of Ed awards PCC $1.27 million to guide under-served students to success The funding will guide low-income, first-generation students to college success
Posted November 19, 2020
PCC Foundation receives $1 million gift from Anne Naito-Campbell The Portland philanthropist is helping to support job training and education at the college
Posted November 12, 2020
HECC grants PCC $90,000 to support key collaboration that is closing equity gaps Oregon's Talent, Innovation & Equity (“TIE”) sub-grants promote partnerships that bolster success for underrepresented students of color
Posted November 11, 2020