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James Hill

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James Hill

James G. Hill, an award-winning journalist and public relations writer, has been the Communications Specialist for the Office of Public Affairs at Portland Community College since November of 1999. A graduate of Portland State University, James has worked as a section editor for the Newberg Graphic, Woodburn Independent, Clackamas Review, Oregon City News, The Dalles Daily Chronicle and the Associated Press. Born in Hillsboro, James is a native Oregonian through and through, having lived in Portland and Sunriver most of his life. Today, he writes the college's official communications that includes news releases, PCC web features and stories, and MyPCC announcements.

Articles (4163):

Industry leaders talk Swan Island workforce development with PCC Industry leaders talk Swan Island workforce development with PCC
The workforce needs of Portland’s manufacturing center were front and center at the Swan Island Trades Center Posted February 8, 2016
More than 60 volunteers help honor MLK Day as part of Oregon Campus Compact effort More than 60 volunteers help honor MLK Day as part of Oregon Campus Compact effort 1
The service projects helped to prompt student volunteers to reflect on the teachings of Dr. King, the value of education and community, and how they as students can help strengthen the relationship between schools and community Posted January 28, 2016
Love of teaching philosophy, working in classical radio come together for PCC instructor Love of teaching philosophy, working in classical radio come together for PCC instructor 2
Philosophy instructor Brandi Parisi used her radio and teaching backgrounds for recent NPR appearance Posted January 25, 2016
Real Steele: Nothing can slow down Ellie Steele in his quest of an automotive career Real Steele: Nothing can slow down Ellie Steele in his quest of an automotive career 8
Tough-minded Ellie Steele didn’t let a car accident ruin his hot pursuit of an automotive service career Posted January 18, 2016
PCC is a big focus of Southwest Corridor Plan PCC is a big focus of Southwest Corridor Plan
he Southwest Corridor Steering Committee, made up of city councilors and mayors from affected jurisdictions in Southwest Portland as well as state transportation leaders, listened to testimony provided by PCC staff and students at its monthly hearing Posted January 11, 2016
PCC’s medical assisting leader wins national educator of the year from AAMA PCC’s medical assisting leader wins national educator of the year from AAMA 11
The American Association of Medical Assistants awards instructor Virginia Chambers with its top educator distinction Posted January 11, 2016
Intel workshop allows 18 high school girls to get hands-on work with 3-D printing machines Intel workshop allows 18 high school girls to get hands-on work with 3-D printing machines
The workshop was a collaboration with Adelante Chicas, which is a branch of the non-profit organization Adelante Mujeres Posted January 8, 2016
Swan Island Trades Center opens up the world of building construction to Salvador Castañeda Swan Island Trades Center opens up the world of building construction to Salvador Castañeda 3
For trades students like Salvador Castañeda, scholarships bring unexpected opportunities Posted January 4, 2016
Karen Kervin. PCC Foundation welcomes U.S. Bank’s Karen Kervin to its 14-member board
Kervin is the bank’s Northwest region vice president and community relations manager Posted December 22, 2015
Popular PCC powwow at Sylvania Campus to feature drums, dancing and more on Jan. 23 Popular PCC powwow at Sylvania Campus to feature drums, dancing and more on Jan. 23
Large crowds are anticipated for the annual event that supports the college’s Native American Student Scholarship Posted December 21, 2015