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Kate Chester

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Articles (273):

PCC President Mark Mitsui and Executive Vice President Sylvia Kelley announce plans to retire
Kelley to depart in December 2021, and Mitsui to follow in June 2022 Posted April 16, 2021
solar array at Rock Creek. Investment in green workforce training leads to a more sustainable, equitable economy
Funding in community colleges now for renewable energy training will prevent equity and skills gaps later Posted March 8, 2021
AI, Artificial Intelligence concept,3d rendering, conceptual image President Mitsui talks artificial intelligence and its potential in a post-pandemic world 3
Artificial Intelligence businesses are coming to Oregon, and PCC looks to develop the talent pool they need Posted February 15, 2021
COVID testing Portland Community College, Multnomah County partner on flu shot, COVID-19 testing clinic 6
The Multnomah County Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) Program, in partnership with Multnomah County Communicable Disease Services […] Posted November 24, 2020
Update regarding recent spate of spam text messages
On Nov. 14, PCC management learned that individuals posing as potential PCC students had fraudulently obtained PCC-issued email addresses, and […] Posted November 18, 2020
PCC supports Portland Metro Council’s decision to acknowledge Indigenous Peoples’ Day
The resolution also acknowledges the United States’ history of violence against Indigenous People, including forced migration, broken treaties and relocation. Posted October 11, 2020
Lend your voice to PCC’s Climate Action Plan 1
It’s time to update the College’s Climate Action Plan, and we want to hear from you! While significant progress has […] Posted June 1, 2020
PCC’s Strategic Planning efforts gain steam with launch of key survey
The college has opened an online survey as part of its strategic planning process, and invited key internal and external stakeholders to participate Posted January 23, 2020
PCC obtains land in Columbia County, set to begin construction on facility
College secures 17 acres to build a training center focused on advanced manufacturing Posted December 6, 2019
Sylvia Kelley listens to a staff member discuss strategic planning. Strategic planning rolls out across the college 4
PCC embarked on the strategic planning process this fall, to create a tangible path forward that ensures the college delivers on its commitment to opportunity and equitable student success for the students and communities it serve Posted November 15, 2019