James Hill

Contact info: jghill@pcc.edu

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James Hill

James G. Hill, an award-winning journalist and public relations writer, has been the Communications Specialist for the Office of Public Affairs at Portland Community College since November of 1999. 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 writes the college's official communications that includes news releases, PCC web features and stories, and MyPCC announcements.

Articles (4388):

President’s Circle reception shows how donors can make a difference for students
The PCC Foundation thanked more than 70 of its most generous donors within its "President's Circle" with a warm reception featuring College President Mark Mitsui and inspirational student speakers Posted December 12, 2018
Lilly Boone in the auto shop at PCC Have automotive certification, will travel: Student wants to help those on the move 4
Lilly Boone wants to travel the world while providing auto repair services to people who need it Posted December 10, 2018
Group shot of pre-apprentice students. Pre-apprenticeship class gives elderly resident’s home a needed upgrade
On Thursday, Dec. 6, almost two dozen pre-apprentice students were given a field trip to Beaverton from their base at the Swan Island Trades Center Posted December 7, 2018
Black and white photo of student looking at x-rays Before it was a college, PCC’s ancestry started as a vocational program within PPS 2
The college's history is built on serving the career-technical training needs of Oregon Posted November 26, 2018
#GivingTuesday banner. Staff and faculty fund-raising campaign sets goal of $10,000 for Giving Tuesday
With a goal of $10,000, organizers are asking that people participate in this event by donating to “Save a Seat: So Hunger Doesn’t Hold Our Students Back” drive Posted November 20, 2018
John B. King PCC is the driving force behind statewide project to make education equitable
Former President Obama's U.S. Secretary of Education John B. King explored how Oregon can close the achievement gap Posted November 12, 2018
Peter Gramlich Regional organization celebrates (and rewards) PCC faculty for their global competency
Four instructors have earned competitive grants to give their classes an international boost Posted November 5, 2018
Dr. Chris Villa New Rock Creek leader wants to inspire others like him to dream of higher degrees 8
Chris Villa wants to be an inspiration to students at PCC Posted October 29, 2018
OMICwelding PCC pursues property in Columbia County via purchase and sale agreement 1
Property to serve as site for the Training Center as part of regional Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center project Posted October 22, 2018
Poppie holding non-perishable food Panther Pantries provide needed catalyst for food insecure students to succeed 7
The college is coming up with new ways to help hungry students succeed at school Posted October 22, 2018