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Single Week Scholarships ($250 each) are Available Now for the Upcoming Summer of Science Programs at Cape Cod Community College
Cape Cod Community College’s WERC program is pleased to present two hands-on week-long science and technology programs for students entering grades 6, 7, and 8. Art/Tech Program: August 3–7, 2015 Cost: $250 The Art/Tech program will focus on developing cutting edge technology skills in Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Adobe software basics will be covered, including...
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Area Registered Nurses Are Welcomed to CCCC’s West Barnstable Campus Thursday, July 30 to Explore Entering the UM-Boston RN to BSN Program
Representatives of the UMass-Boston Bachelor of Science in Nursing at CCCC program will meet with potential enrollees Thursday, July 30, from 4:00–6:00pm in rooms 101-102 of the Lorusso Applied Technology Building on the West Barnstable campus of Cape Cod Community College. On-site applications will be available, and advisors will be on hand to discuss the admissions process for their...
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Free Twitter Workshop at Cape Cod Community College’s Plymouth Center Open House, August 6, at Plymouth North High School
Cape Cod Community College kicks off its Plymouth Center Open House, Thursday August 6, 2015 from 4:00–7:00pm, with a free one-hour workshop: “Twitter – It’s Not Just What’s For Breakfast.” Anyone interested in the “Twittersphere”, college courses, workforce training, and/or business development is welcome to this free open workshop. Participants...
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UMass-Boston Welcomes RNs to CCCC’s West Barnstable Campus Monday July 13 to Explore Entering the UM-B RN to BSN Program
The working environment for today’s Registered Nurse is becoming more and more complex as they deal with increasingly more sophisticated technology and highly complex treatment plans for hospitalized patients and those undergoing rehabilitation, and residing in long-term care facilities. Many healthcare providers are seeking to hire the Nurse who has earned the Bachelor’s Degree, and...
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CCCC & UMass-Boston Create Pathway to the Bachelor of Science in Nurising for CCCC Nursing Program Graduates
Acute care nursing is becoming more complex every day. In response, many hospitals and other acute care facilities are making the Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing (BSN) the minimum requirement for their nursing staff members. Supporting the Commonwealth of Massachusetts efforts to increase the percentage of baccalaureate educated registered nurses practicing in the state, the University of...
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