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Multicultural Center celebrates national tutoring week

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In recognition and appreciation of National Tutoring WeekTutoring Services Open HouseMonday October 4 & 510a.m.-1p.m.CC Upper Mall Enter to win Tutoring Services Raffle Drawing for $250.00 tuition bucks courtesy of the Dean of Student Development. Entry forms available during the Open House or visit the following locations: Writing Center – HT 311/HT 311A, Multicultural Center – CC 202, Student Success Center – CC 204, ENNL Tutoring Center – CT 208, and Computer Resource Center – CC 206 The Sylvania Multicultural Center welcomes you to Fall term.Our mission:Founded over a decade ago to address the cultural needs of students of color, the Sylvania Multicultural Center provides services that support academic achievement, leadership development, and the retention of students of color.The Center’s mission is to support multi-racial students in receiving academic, social and cultural support. The Center is a central place that nurtures learning and the achievement of personal and educational goals through cultural enrichment, peer tutoring, and mentorship. The Center is dedicated to developing multicultural student leaders and raising awareness of issues related to race and culture on campus through the Multicultural Leadership Program.In collaboration with the PCC community, the Multicultural Center is committed through its program and practices to increase the campus awareness of oppression in all forms particularly racism, sexism, and classism. Our Services and Programs: Provides personalized assistance with entering college Provides one-on-one peer tutoring in math, chemistry, physics, and computer information systems. Peer Tutoring begins Monday October 4, 2004. Stop by for a schedule. Provides scholarship search assistance Provides referrals to campus and community services Sponsorship of performances and special events, lectures, exhibits, films, and conferences

About 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, J... more »

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