Mercy ship with students Ship Ahoy! Students Tour PDX Dockyard
Eleven lucky students toured Vigor Industrial and the Swan Island shipyard to showcase the rewarding careers that await them in the manufacturing industry Posted July 11, 2024
MT cover Driving the Semiconductor Revolution
Due to a major need for more workers, PCC is working hard to connect young students and under-served communities to semiconductor education Posted July 3, 2024
Alissa Leavitt A Mission Focused On Lifelong Learning
Health Studies instructor Alissa Leavitt is always learning and finding better ways to engage her students Posted July 1, 2024
Sylvania Students Focused On Internationalization Rewarded
PCC Focus Awards recognize students who are well-prepared in international studies, political science or communications Posted June 27, 2024
Quick Start To A Career
Emily Peng's journey to Intel made possible by PCC's semiconductor short-term training and support programs Posted June 24, 2024
Group photo of Future Connect students and leadership First-Year Experience Fueled By Big Gift
Tenfold Senior Living founder Brigid Flanigan pledges $1 million to help create better support for new students Posted June 20, 2024
Sean and Mackenzie Hotchkiss Graduation A Family Affair
Father-daughter tandem Sean and Mackenzie Hotchkiss overcome tragedy to earn their associate degrees Posted June 17, 2024
PCC's Literary Scene Hits Milestones
Two of PCC’s literary magazines hit impressive anniversaries, showcasing the college’s strong commitment to the literary arts Posted June 11, 2024
Peer Navigators Become Trail Blazers
First-ever basic needs peer navigator interns distribute care and resources around PCC as they earn degrees Posted June 7, 2024
Scene from 2023 graduation PCC Celebrates Class of 2024
Thousands of newly minted graduates will celebrate earning their degrees and certificates with family and friends Posted June 3, 2024