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1. Can you tell us about the duties and responsibilities associated with your role as Director of Emergency Planning, Safety & Security Services? Hobert at her USCG Officer Candidate graduation. [...]
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By Caitlin Beckner - Marketing Specialist, The Virginia Foundation for Community College Education Lawson Now in its 14th year, the Chancellor’s Award for Leadership in Philanthropy recognizes outstanding leaders who [...]
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The State Board for Community Colleges met on March 20 and 21 at The Madison Hotel in Harrisonburg, continuing the tradition of holding the March meeting in the Board chair’s [...]
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Fifteen young people in Petersburg are training for a high-demand career in emergency service response, thanks to a new a partnership supported by the Virginia Community College System’s Young Adult [...]
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VCCS Registered Nurse training programs have earned high marks in a new ranking of nursing programs across Virginia. Compiled by California-based RegisteredNursing.org, the rankings were based on pass-rates for the [...]
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"We bounced from motels to homeless shelters and were even forced to sleep in our car during my sophomore year in high school.” Niketas Koussis doesn’t hold back when asked [...]
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Imagine a scenario where Virginia’s Community Colleges work directly with local businesses to train workers for their growing business demands, and then guarantee all of those trained an interview with [...]
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An organization that promotes the use of drone aircraft by public safety agencies has commended Piedmont Virginia Community College’s unmanned aircraft training program for its leadership in the nascent field. [...]
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By Caitlin Beckner, Marketing Specialist, VFCCE Fourteen colleges in Virginia’s “rural horseshoe” may be eligible for funding for career coaches and other initiatives to promote high school graduation rates, higher [...]
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“Meeting face-to-face for a whole day made a tremendous difference,” said Patricia Parker, project director for Transfer Virginia. Parker says she was thrilled at the enthusiasm and commitment she witnessed [...]
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