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PCC IN THE NEWS: CAMP program featured in The Oregonian
Photos and Story by James Hill
Here is a recap of the media stories involving PCC during the month of July.
July 9, The Oregonian featured the background of Teresa Alonso of the CAMP program.
July 9, The Oregonian profiled Jack Kent Cooke scholar Nikki Hurtado.
July 12, The Oregonian featured a student who got clean from drugs, helped by taking GED classes at PCC.
July 12, The Oregonian showcased a Roosevelt High mentor who changed his life by attending PCC.
July 12, The Oregonian featured a Newberg High student who won a big private aviation scholarship and plans to attend PCC.
July 12, The Oregonian highlighted a Portland Teachers Program graduate, who teaches at Boise-Eliot Elementary.
July 12, PR Newswire announced the $25,000 Caregiving Project for Older Americans and MetLife Foundation grant to PCC.
July 20, Newport News Times spotlighted a former PCC student’s artwork in watercolor.
July 23, The Skanner spotlighted the college’s 16 Ford scholars.
July 29, the Salem Statesman Journal highlighted music instructor John Mery’s free performance.
July 31, the Philadelphia Daily News featured the Gateway to College’s replication site in that town.
July 31, Corvallis Gazette-Times showcased professional music instructor Carl Thor’s music group.
July 31, Willamette Week profiled Dana Haynes coming to PCC after years in journalism.