Clatsop Community College, with sponsorship from Columbia Memorial Hospital, Providence Seaside Hospital, Northwest Senior and Disabilities Services and ENCORE, will host its second annual Conference on Extraordinary Living addressing the interests and challenges of adults in our community.
Fall term at Clatsop Community College will start September 28 and it’s now time to register for the classes that are the most convenient for your schedule. Beat the September rush and find the classes that best meet your needs.
You can find help for many of the challenges to starting or returning to CCC. Contact Student Services to make an advising appointment or to get help with admission; call 503-338-2411. Scholarship funds and financial aid are still available; call 503-338-2322.
CCC Seeks National Workforce Training “Center of Excellence” Designation
Clatsop Community College (CCC) is applauding Representative Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR) for her co-sponsorship of federal legislation entitled the “Maritime and Energy Workforce Technical Training Enhancement Act,” H.R. 2923.
This new, bipartisan legislation would create grant programs through the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to help train workers in the maritime and energy sectors, and would create a first-ever community and technical college Centers of Excellence program.
Clatsop Community College in Astoria, Oregon, announces the 2016 International Juried Exhibition, Au Naturel: The Nude in the 21st Century, and invites entries. This special tenth anniversary show will be held in honor and memory of Royal Nebeker, internationally renowned artist and beloved instructor who taught at CCC for over 30 years and who served as the first juror for the competition. The 2016 Au Naturel exhibit will open on Thursday, January 21, 2016 and continues through March 10, 2016.
The demolition phase of the Patriot Hall Redevelopment Project will begin this week, with heavy demolition work expected to be complete by the end of August. Contractors will remove the building’s top floors as well as its south and east walls. Portions of the north and west walls will be retained and incorporated into the new construction. Completion of the Patriot Hall Redevelopment Project is expected by fall 2016.
Students in the Upward Bound Summer Academy at Clatsop Community College will be conducting their project presentations on Thursday, July 30 at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the CCC Performing Arts Center (PAC), 16th and Franklin, Astoria. This event, free to the public, enables the students to make formal presentations on what they accomplished in each of five projects completed during the academy.
Clatsop Community College has been selected by the U.S. Department of Education as one of several Oregon colleges to receive funding under the TRIO Student Support Services Program. The grant will be in the amount of $292,379 for 2015/2016, and annual funding will continue for an additional four years.