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Three current vacancies for zones representing Crook, Jefferson and Deschutes County residents
College Now gives high school students a jump on their future with low-cost, career-sampling college credits
President Laurie Chesley shares gratitude for the dedication and sacrifice of those who have served and continue to serve our nation
Dr. James Middleton, COCC’s 4th president, to be honored for service and legacy
Pursuant to Oregon Revised Statute 279C.335(5), this Public Notice is for the purpose of taking comments
New COCC Public Health program gets coverage from Oregon Public Broadcasting's "Think Out Loud"
An education in COCC’s Forest Resources Technology program includes open-air learning, an on-site arboretum and career inroads
Funding from National Science Foundation will provide 45 scholarships of $10,000 each, develop new career-connected training
New 15,000-square-foot facility, to open in the fall of 2024, will house a range of new education opportunities to meet workforce needs
The COCC board of directors elected member Bruce Abernethy of Bend to serve as chair for the 2022-23 year
A story in The Oregonian covers the successes and future plans of COCC's Early Childhood Education Business Accelerator
COCC is now authorized to offer the state of Oregon’s certified Peer Support Specialist training
Jim Wilcox honored by Oregon's Small Business Development Center network
Former English professor and instructional dean at COCC, Dr. Annemarie Hamlin selected for role of vice president of academic affairs
The Redmond choir, a unique experience in COCC's community education learning lineup, will be back on stage this September
Designation from the Xerces Society recognizes efforts toward improving landscapes for pollinators
A collaboration with Think Wild allows veterinary technician students to perform clinicals while learning about wildlife rehabilitation
The graphic design and illustration training programs provide a launchpad for artistic careers
Center will offer diverse skill-building courses, entrepreneurial assistance, customized trainings and many other specialized business services
Special four-credit offer provides in-district, class of ‘22 graduates a chance to try a college class completely free