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A blog dedicated to the latest news and information about Virginia’s Community Colleges. We have a stable of great contributors who will offer legislative updates, workforce updates, and an inside look at Virginia’s Community Colleges and the work we do.

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Posted on Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Strong Partnership Between VEDP & VCCS Key to Virginia’s Economic Future

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Positioning the commonwealth for healthy economic growth drives the work of Dr. Stephen Moret, President and CEO of the Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP). On the job for almost a year, Moret asks the same question across every region of Virginia – What should the economic and business-growth aspirations be for our state? “I have […]

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Posted on Wednesday, November 29, 2017

COLLEGE ROUND UP: PDCCC’s first student leadership conference includes 300 students and a surprise for Chancellor DuBois

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PDCCC’s first student leadership conference includes 300 students and a surprise for Chancellor DuBois Submitted by Wendy Harrison, Public Relations Specialist Paul D. Camp Community College A free event proved exceptionally successful as nearly 300 area students gathered at the Paul D. Camp Community College Regional Workforce Center to learn more about achieving their educational […]

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Posted on Wednesday, November 29, 2017

COLLEGE ROUND UP: NOVA and Old Dominion University sign guaranteed transfer partnership agreement, formalize 2+2 pathway program for cybersecurity

Posted By Laura Osberger | 0 comments.

NOVA and Old Dominion University sign guaranteed transfer partnership agreement, formalize 2+2 pathway program for cybersecurity Submitted by NOVA Media Relations; photo by NOVA Graphics  CAPTION: ODU Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Augustine “Austin” Agho and NOVA President Scott Ralls and sign a guaranteed transfer partnership agreement on Nov. 9. NOVA President Scott […]

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Posted on Wednesday, November 29, 2017

STATE BOARD RECAP

Posted By Laura Osberger | 0 comments.

On November 16, 2017, the State Board gathered for its third meeting of the fiscal year. Highlights of the meeting included: Credits2Careers Veterans Web Portal: Dr. Van Wilson, assistant vice chancellor for academic and student services unveiled the new C2C web portal that makes it easier for veterans and military students to earn academic credit […]

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Posted on Wednesday, November 29, 2017

INITIATIVE UPDATE: Shared Services Center News

Posted By Laura Osberger | 0 comments.

Since opening nearly 18 months ago, the Shared Services Center (SSC) has changed the way Virginia’s Community Colleges do business. With the modernization of back-end functions like travel and expenses, procure-to-pay, and time labor & absence management (TLAM), the VCCS has been able to focus efforts on realizing our mission of putting students first.To To […]

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Posted on Tuesday, November 14, 2017

COLLEGE ROUND UP: CVCC Named VMA 2017 Workforce Partner of the Year

Posted By Laura Osberger | 0 comments.

CVCC Named VMA 2017 Workforce Partner of the Year Submitted by Vanessa Rastberger, Workforce Solutions Director, Manufacturing Skills Institute, and Ken Bunch, PR/Marketing Coordinator, Central Virginia Community College The Manufacturing Skills Institute (MSI) selected Central Virginia Community College (CVCC) as the recipient of the 2017 Virginia Manufacturers Association (VMA) Workforce Partner of the Year for […]

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Posted on Tuesday, November 14, 2017

COLLEGE ROUND UP: PHCC Opens Manufacturing and Engineering Technology Complex

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PHCC Opens Manufacturing and Engineering Technology Complex Submitted by Amanda Broome, Communications Specialist and Social Media Manager, Patrick Henry Community College After 10 years of planning and fundraising, Patrick Henry Community College cut the ribbon on its new 53,000 square foot facility designed to train future leaders in advanced manufacturing and applied engineering. By combining $5.8 […]

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