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  • Community First Award Winners Announced
    Posted on February 24, 2017

    The results are in! The Community First Awards Committee received approximately 75 nominations seeking to honor individuals across nine categories. Nominations were judged based on the nominees’ extraordinary commitment of time, talent or treasure to the community. There were a total of nine winners for the individual categories.
  • CSCC’S ECED Program Celebrates 13 Years of Dr. Seuss
    Posted on February 24, 2017

    CSCC will host the 13th annual Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss celebration on Saturday, March 4. The event will take place from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. in Cleveland State’s Library and is sponsored by the Early Childhood Education program and the Library. The celebration is organized by students in the language and literacy development class.
  • College Students Bearing Guns Will Ruin Education Environment
    Posted on February 15, 2017

    The following is an article written by Dr. Bill Seymour and published in the Cleveland Daily Banner on Wednesday, February 15, 2017. http://clevelandbanner.com/stories/college-students-bearingguns-will-serve-to-ruineducation-environment,52449?
  • Cleveland State Students Sing at Carnegie Hall
    Posted on February 10, 2017

    Cleveland State students Seth Bush and Christopher Kennedy were recently chosen to participate as finalists at the Young Adult Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall.
  • CSCC’s Partnership with The Refuge Changes Lives
    Posted on February 10, 2017

    Before he enrolled in Cleveland State Community College’s welding boot camp, Joshua Brooks had never even watched a welder at work. But two weeks after the five day boot camp at the college, Brooks was employed with Miller Industries bringing home almost $800 a week not counting his overtime pay.
  • CSCC Expands Medical Assisting Program
    Posted on February 10, 2017

    From student to adjunct to director, Karmon Kingsley, CMA (AAMA), MSAH, has served in many roles in Cleveland State’s Medical Assisting program seeing many changes along the way. She has served as the Director of the program since 2005, and since that time, the program has grown significantly—so much so that the college will be adding another full-time faculty member in an effort to double the enrollment in this highly successful health-care program.
  • CSCC’s Dedicatoria Completes Solo Art Exhibit on Cultural Diversity
    Posted on January 30, 2017

    As a child, CSCC student Bianca Dedicatoria was bullied, and after working on her recent art exhibition, she realized she wasn’t alone. After interviewing 40 students and faculty members, Dedicatoria discovered that almost all of those interviewed had experienced some form of discrimination because of their ethnicity.
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