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 (4339):

Mohsin Hamid. PCC, Multnomah County libraries join forces for Everybody Reads campaign 1
The PCC Library has again partnered with Multnomah County Library for Everybody Reads, a citywide community reading project Posted February 12, 2018
Day at the Capitol group in front of the Oregon Capitol building ‘Day at the Capitol’ gives students, staff and faculty avenue to show PCC’s worth
PCC’s popular ‘Day at the Capitol’ gives supporters chance to demonstrate college’s impact Posted February 12, 2018
Sonja Johanson Talented rock climber, budding academic star earns national research opportunity with respected PSU professor 2
Sonja Johanson is climbing up the academic mountain thanks to a national research award Posted February 5, 2018
Funding levels have impacted advising and support services at Clackamas CC as well. Community colleges to ask legislature for $32 million to mitigate tuition increases 2
This legislative session, the state’s 17 community colleges will ask the Oregon Legislature to allocate an additional $32 million to the Community College Support Fund (CCSF) to mitigate tuition increases and restore funding for student advising in the second year of the 2017-2019 biennium Posted January 31, 2018
dream A ‘dream’ opening for PCC’s newest resource center for undocumented students, families 10
It’s been a long time coming; now, the college’s DACA program recipients have a place to call home - the DREAM Center Posted January 26, 2018
luis. Five PCC Public Safety officers recognized with Heartsaver Awards
The American Heart Association awarded five PCC Public Safety Officers with its Heartsaver Hero Award this month Posted January 25, 2018
Luis PCC secures funding for pathways to jobs for underrepresented students, small business and veterans
Three critical grants will help fund numerous career pathway projects Posted January 23, 2018
Robert Steinmetz. Students encouraged to attend ‘listening tour’ to help shape their future
Vice President of Student Affairs Rob Steinmetz and Vice President of Academic Affairs Katy Ho are hosting a “listening tour” that will stop by each campus Posted January 16, 2018
Ekubo Student Ekubo Sawaura builds her English skills at PCC to pursue dream at Cornell 8
Ekubo Sawaura plans to carry on the family farming tradition with a career in agriculture Posted January 15, 2018
BofA Bank of America gives Future Connect funding a boost with $25,000 check
Bank representatives present a check for $25,000 to the PCC Foundation Posted January 9, 2018