Cascade Campus

People at the Job Fair Seeking Employment 1
Numerous big-name employers will be on hand when the PCC Job Fair returns for its 21st year Posted April 16, 2018
h Students Host TEDx Part 2
Portland Community College students are organizing the TEDxPCC 2018, a "Collective Genius" event from 6-9 p.m., April 19, in the Performing Arts Center, Sylvania Campus Posted April 13, 2018
Teresa Wolfe looking into a microscope Medical Lab Gets Results 1
The Medical Laboratory Technology Program has a remarkable 100-percent passing rate for students in the national certification exam Posted April 2, 2018
Eastland recalled that while the Civil Rights Movement was in full swing, she and her fellow young people were kept on the sidelines due to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s wish that no children should risk possible imprisonment. Civil Rights Hero Shares Her Story
Sandra Eastland recalls her Civil Rights days for students, faculty and staff at Cascade Campus Posted March 29, 2018
Student wearing a hard hat and holding a hand tool Fair Trades
Career Pathways Program connects youth to industry jobs through Swan Island career fair Posted March 19, 2018
Portland firefighters testify before the Portland City Council on the legacy of Gus Waterford. Photo by Christina Kline. Foundation Honors First Black Firefighter
In the history of any city, there are trailblazers whose courage and resolve help to pave the way for those who come after them Posted March 12, 2018
holi Holi Holiday! Students Get Festive 4
The Cascade Campus student leadership as well as other campuses throughout the week have been getting a taste of the […] Posted March 6, 2018
Mohsin Hamid. Everybody Reads Focuses on 'Exit West' 3
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 Telling Their Stories
PCC’s popular ‘Day at the Capitol’ gives supporters chance to demonstrate college’s impact Posted February 12, 2018
Studies show that students are 11 times more likely to persist fall-to-fall if they meet with advisors regularly. Community Colleges Need $32M 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