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
students unloading produce Basic Needs Fair Proves Popular
The fair connected students and the public with a variety of resources from nine PCC programs and more than 20 community partners Posted May 23, 2024
closeup of hands planting tree Reconnecting With The Land
A $167,000 Metro Grant is helping to improve trail accessibility, provide space for gathering and art, and support first food gardens at the Rock Creek Campus Posted April 11, 2024
Foundation Earns $250,000 for Support Programming
The Johnson Charitable Trust gave its Award for Excellence and quarter of a million dollars in funding to PCC for key student support programs Posted March 17, 2024
Grads Coffee Creek: Creating Opportunity Behind Bars
Students at the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility are benefitting from a Future Ready Oregon grant that will connect them to Pell Grants and more robust education programming Posted January 16, 2023
PCC’s Advanced Manufacturing Focus Pays Off
Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici champions $910,000 for PCC’s semiconductor and advanced manufacturing workforce training Posted January 12, 2023
Shawn Forde Addiction Counseling Faculty Proud of Cohort Diversity
PCC's Addiction Counseling Program, the largest in the state, is offering full scholarships to underrepresented communities Posted January 5, 2023
Cara Tang pointing at board Cybersecurity Degree a Pathway to Top Jobs
Addressing the shortfall in qualified workers, PCC's cybersecurity accreditation creating more training options for students Posted November 21, 2022
Mass timber PCC to Train Future Workers in Mass Timber
The state’s largest institution of higher education will get $1.3 million to provide training and support for the mass timber industry Posted November 10, 2022