The Chapter President, Cara Krueger, designed some awesome t-shirts for the chapter to sell. Through booster.com, we are able to sell these shirts at a reasonable price while making some money in the process. She designed two different shirts.
Tuition and fee rate changes will be considered by the Board of Education at their next meeting held April 14, 2015 at The Dalles Campus at 6 pm. The meeting will include time reserved for public comment.
VetsWork is a career development program for military veterans, ages 21-35, interested in the public lands / natural resources management / environment sector. Members serve with local, state, federal land, conservation agencies throughout Oregon and Washington.
A group of three workshops, each including a presentation and a field trip are offered by Barbara Robinson at the Discovery Center. Barbara has been in charge of restoration on the grounds of the Discover Center since 1997.
The newly formed Columbia Gorge Internship Network is hosting a free and informal workshop to answer questions from local business owners and managers considering an internship program at their company.
Students can now complete a course evaluation for any class taken at CGCC. A general survey has been set up to allow students to provide feedback on their class experience. The link to access the survey will be located in two places. Students can find a link on the course evaluation page or the landing page when they sign in to MyCGCC. Just click on the link, fill in the course/instructor information and complete the survey. The survey will be available from Friday, March 13th to Friday, March 27th.
Columbia Gorge Community College invites artists of the Gorge to submit original artwork to Finding Peace: Art Show and Conversation. This event will consist of three parts: a community art show, a community conversation project, and a community tour of prize winning pieces from the show. The art show will take place at The Dalles Civic Auditorium - Community Room on May 8th and 9th with the subsequent art tour running through June 30.
Dr. Toda, President of Columbia Gorge Community College announced staff reductions in a college-wide message last week. In the announcement, the President wrote, "It is with a heavy heart I inform you that we have begun layoffs which will extend through June." The initial layoff included five college employees across multiple departments.