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Cape Cod Regional STEM Network at 4Cs Looks to Pair Pre-K-12 Educators with “Teacher-in-Residence” Opportunities

The Cape Cod Regional STEM Network at Cape Cod Community College is seeking applications from local Pre-K through 12 STEM teachers across Massachusetts as part of their “Teacher-in-Residence” program. Offered via a grant from the Woods Hole Sea Grant, the Teacher-in-Residence program pairs a STEM teacher with a marine science or technology host institution in their region for a two week externship. In addition to a $1000 stipend for completing their externship, a transportation stipend is also available to alleviate the cost of travel.

February 24, 2021

Cape Cod Community College Awarded TRAIN Grant for Addiction Recovery Coach Precertification and Google IT Support Programs

Cape Cod Community College has been awarded $97,364 from the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education (DHE) as part of the ongoing Training Resources and Internship Networks (TRAIN) Program. The Center for Corporate and Professional Education at Cape Cod Community College (CCAPE) will administer two grant-funded career-training programs in the spring of 2021 utilizing this funding: the Addiction Recovery Coach Pre-Certification and Wellness Training Program and the Google IT Support Professional Certificate Program.

February 22, 2021

90.7 WKKL Welcomes Back Alumni, Special Guests for Station Re-Launch

Starting this Tuesday, February 2, 90.7 WKKL at Cape Cod Community College is celebrating its return to the airwaves with the help of radio station alumni who have found radio success on the national and local stage. Like Bill Murray’s “Groundhog Day”, expect to flashback to a different WKKL alumni each hour playing Cape Cod’s Classic Alternative music in a return to WKKL’s roots. Check out 90.7 WKKL on the air and over the brand new live stream at capecod.edu/wkkl

January 29, 2021

Led by 4Cs Students, Change to Student Trustee Statute Becomes Law

Last week, Governor Charlie Baker signed the Fiscal Year 2021 budget into law, bringing with it a change in eligibility requirements for Student Trustees at community colleges and state universities in Massachusetts. The effort to change the decades-old law, and address the significant equity issues it has caused in recent years, was led by Cape Cod Community College’s Student Government Association (SGA) President, Caitlin Marotta, and Vice President, Lindzie White.

December 18, 2020