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“Play With Your Food” at CCCC Returns Spring 2015 – Submissions Now Being Accepted
Cape Cod Community College’s Department of Arts and Communication is accepting submissions for the spring 2015 “Play With Your Food” series. The theatre program will continue its tradition of featuring local playwrights’ original scripts for workshop readings on consecutive Friday evenings in late February and early March. The readings will take place in the...
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President John L. Cox Now in India Growing Linkages with India and America's Community Colleges
A Process That Could Create Similar Colleges in that Country Cape Cod Community College President John Cox is just starting a week-long mission to India, at the invitation of the US Department of State, to participate in India’s Higher Education Dialogue on the Joint Task Force on Community Colleges. The dialogue, led in part by the Under Secretary of State and the Secretary of Higher...
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CCCC Nursing Students Play “Victims” in National Guard Disaster Drill at Massachusetts Military Reservation – October 23-24, 2014
CCCC Nursing students, most in just their 7th week of nursing classes, along with faculty and a volunteering highly-trained spouse, spent hours in the cold and damp of Thursday and Friday October 23-24, 2014 acting as victims for a National Guard Disaster exercise on the Massachusetts Military Reservation. First wrapped in Tyvek disposable suits, and then “dressed” in old clothes...
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CCCC Receives $525,000 in U.S. Dept. of Labor Funds to Help Students Achieve Success in STEM Career Courses/Programs
Participating in a state-wide consortium of community colleges, Cape Cod Community College (CCCC) has received a three-year U.S. Dept. of Labor grant of $525,000, to enhance student support in STEM-based (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programs. The goal is to accelerate student completion rates in programs that help graduates meet critical employer needs, both locally, and beyond. ...
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CCCC Receives $2,471,478 U.S. Dept. of Labor Grant to Create Accelerated Training Program in Aviation Maintenance and Certification
College Targets First Enrollees – Fall 2015 In ceremonies at The White House in our nation’s capital, Cape Cod Community College President John Cox, and Dean Robert Cody accepted a U.S. Department of Labor workforce training grant totaling $2,471,478. Awarded by Vice President Joseph Biden, and Secretary of Labor, Thomas E. Perez, the grant will enable the College to immediately...
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