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Archive for April, 2012

Cascade Job Fair set for April 24
The event, sponsored by Brooks Staffing and OregonLive.com, places job-seekers face-to-face with employers from a wide range of industries in both the public and private sectors Posted April 13, 2012
The exhibit, “Data Systems Plaza,” by Damien Gilley ends April 27 at the Sylvania Campus’ Northview Gallery. 'Data' overload at art gallery
Gilley’s show has transformed the gallery into a temporary showroom exhibiting sculptural experiences from a fictitious company. Posted April 12, 2012
PCC Hillsboro Center Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary  Hillsboro Center turns 10
Students, faculty, staff and invited guests will gather at the center for an informal celebration Tuesday, April 24, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Posted April 12, 2012
Official artwork depicting Hispanic leadership for this year's Semana de la Raza by student Alejandra Dominguez. Semana de la Raza starts April 23
With the theme “Unidos tenemos el poder,” or “United we have the power,” the sixth annual event is set for the Rock Creek Campus from April 23-27 Posted April 11, 2012
Last year, Rock Creek went bananas for herbs, plants and Earthen oven cookies. Earth Week to shine bright
From interactive workshops to keynote speakers to hands on planet-friendly events, PCC’s Earth Week will shine on all campuses April 16-22 Posted April 11, 2012
China art symposium coming up
This symposium is part of a three-year faculty and curriculum development initiative funded by a Title VI grant from the U.S. Department of Education Posted April 11, 2012
Trainees take part in a fire extinguisher drill at the Columbia County academy. Columbia County fire academy
The Fire Protection Technology program at Portland Community College’s Cascade Campus has a well-earned reputation as one of the strongest programs of its kind in our region. This spring, however, the program is trying something different Posted April 9, 2012
Winona LaDuke. Environmental activist to present
A graduate of Harvard and Antioch universities, LaDuke is a former board member of Greenpeace USA and serves as co-chair of the Indigenous Women’s Network Posted April 9, 2012
Visiting professor, scholar to speak on the politics of the Kashmir Valley Scholar to give Kashmir talk 1
Nyla Khan, a visiting professor at the University of Oklahoma and scholar of Kashmir, will visit the college on April 12-13 to give the presentation, 'Kashmir: The Politics and History of a People' Posted April 6, 2012
Sylvania lockdown drill April 11
The Sylvania Campus will hold its spring term 2012 “lockdown drill” on Wednesday, April 11 at 2 p.m., using its Mass Notification and Alert System Posted April 6, 2012


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