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Child Care Needs, Student Success at Heart of $242K in Federal Aid
Child Care Needs, Student Success at Heart of $242K in Federal Aid

Grant will alleviate child care costs for low-income students, help launch Little Kits Early Learning & Child Care Center

Welding Tools, Fire Boots and Teaching Supplies
Welding Tools, Fire Boots and Teaching Supplies

The Roundhouse Foundation awards $30K grant to support career, technical non-tuition costs

Lecture Program Announces New Name and Fall Events
Lecture Program Announces New Name and Fall Events

The Nancy R. Chandler Lecture Series will look at the fresh vs. frozen debate, climate change in Central Oregon and the border crisis

COCC to Recognize Indigenous Peoples' Day
COCC to Recognize Indigenous Peoples' Day

Board of directors makes Indigenous Peoples' Day an official day of recognition and celebration

Construction Training Program Partnership
Construction Training Program Partnership

COCC joins with Facebook and Fortis Construction to offer a new local construction training program

Grant Helps COCC Reimagine
Grant Helps COCC Reimagine "History of Islamic Civilizations" Course

A $9,000 grant from the University of Washington Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, Middle East Center, was awarded to COCC and associate professor of history Jessica Hammerman, Ph.D.

COCC Announces Incentives for Fully Vaccinated Students and Employees
COCC Announces Incentives for Fully Vaccinated Students and Employees

Fall 2021 term students and employees have a chance to win gift cards valued at $500, $250 and $100

Training to heal with hearts and minds
Training to heal with hearts and minds

COCC's addiction studies program combines clinical experience and close-knit training for a rewarding, in-demand career.

COCC President Appointed to State Workforce Board
COCC President Appointed to State Workforce Board

Dr. Chesley will help identify future workforce needs, communicate a long-term vision for Oregon

Grant Supports Summer Learning at COCC Madras
Grant Supports Summer Learning at COCC Madras

With funds from the Oregon Community Foundation, summer program helps high schoolers earn college credit

Disbursals Begin for $7 Million in HEERF Funds
Disbursals Begin for $7 Million in HEERF Funds

Enrolled COCC students eligible to receive federal aid based on need

Opportunities Abound for Nursing Graduates
Opportunities Abound for Nursing Graduates

Central Oregon Daily highlights the local need for nurses, health care workers

The Broadside Wins Best Website
The Broadside Wins Best Website

Student newspaper wins best website and other honors from Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators

Pharmacy technician program is a fast path to a career
Pharmacy technician program is a fast path to a career

COCC’s one-year program offers the only accredited training east of the Cascades in Oregon.

Advocating for Health Equity
Advocating for Health Equity

Public Health program now offers community health worker training that leads to state certification

COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Policies
COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Policies

COCC's updated vaccination and testing protocols will be effective beginning fall term

Grant to Bolster Native American, Afrocentric Programs
Grant to Bolster Native American, Afrocentric Programs

Central Oregon Health Council supports COCC's high school college prep equity outreach

A Mural of Connection
A Mural of Connection

Latinx program's ¡AVANZA! students help bring art and awareness to an overlooked underpass in Bend

In-Person Services to Resume Aug. 23
In-Person Services to Resume Aug. 23

Buildings and offices in Bend, Redmond, Madras and Prineville will be open and staffed

Where There's Smoke
Where There's Smoke

Fighting wildfire is a narrative shared by many students and staffers at COCC.