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CLEVELAND, TN. – A plaque presentation was recently held at Cleveland State Community College to recognize the support of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s Hunter Education and Firearms safety program.
Presenting the award to Cleveland State President Carl Hite and Continuing Education Coordinator Barbara Werenko were Volunteer Instructor Ted Keirn and Bradley County Wildlife Officers Ben Davis and Brandon Lee.
CLEVELAND, TN. –Cleveland State Community College recently hosted a Service-Learning Mini Summit on its campus for community colleges throughout the state. The event was co-sponsored by CSCC and the Tennessee Campus Compact, whose mission is to provide leadership, resources, and advocacy to enhance student learning by increasing the capability of Tennessee institutions of higher education to embed civic engagement.
CLEVELAND, TN.- The recent annual meeting of the trustees for the Cleveland State Community College Foundation was filled with the abundance of good news. The 30+ trustees assemble once a year to receive reports on the financial progress of the Foundation and to conduct official business. This year’s agenda included some policy changes and vision setting; however, the meeting was overwhelmed by positive news that has come from the work done in 2012.
CLEVELAND, TN. – When Oleg Kashin was told he should consider enrolling in a cooperative education course at Cleveland State Community College, he was not too excited about it—something he is not ashamed to admit looking back.
CLEVELAND, TN. – Cleveland State Community College’s Advance Accelerated Program is offering an Electrical Maintenance Certificate that will begin in January 2013 and end in August 2013.
The Electrical Maintenance Certificate will be a true cohort program for the spring semester. Classes will be taught on Saturday mornings from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Advance benefits include a fast paced environment, classes one day a week, personalized one on one time with the instructor and working with the same group of people throughout the program.
CLEVELAND, TN. – Representatives from EUC-Syd in Sonderborg, Denmark recently visited Cleveland State Community College in an effort to set up an exchange program.
Both colleges are members of the Transatlantic Technology and Training Alliance, or TA3. This is a membership consortium of more than 30 leading community and technical colleges, and several state system offices in the U.S., Europe and South Africa that promotes community colleges’ efforts to support their regional economies, and promotes the value and importance of a global perspective on community college missions.
CLEVELAND, TN. – Cleveland State Community College is pleased to announce its official launch of its Sports Hall of Fame.
“We are celebrating 45 years of men’s basketball this year, so we thought this would be a good time to recognize athletics at CSCC and people who have made an impact on athletics by beginning a Sports Hall of Fame,” stated Mike Policastro, Athletic Director. “There are not many junior colleges that do this, but it has been in discussion for the past couple of years and with the anniversary coming up, we felt like it was the perfect time to do it.”
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