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Cerro Coso College Late Start Classes Provide Knowledge and Skills in Information Technology

Technology touches every aspect of our lives today.  From downloading music, playing games, banking, to communication, and driving a vehicle….technology drives it all.  As information technology continues its rapid change, businesses and organizations need professionals with the right skills and training to help them meet their needs and lead technology initiatives. Whether you’re just starting […]

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Cerro Coso offering late start classes this Spring

Cerro Coso Community College is offering a number of late start classes this Spring. In addition to taking late start classes to pursue a degree, students can also opt to take late start classes for professional development and personal enrichment. Twelve-week late start classes will begin February 16, and 8-week late start classes begin March […]

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CCCC names Griffin interim dean of Career Technical Education (CTE)

Cerro Coso Community College has named Nicole Griffin as the interim dean for Career Technical Education. Griffin has served as the Program Manager for the college’s Incarcerated Student Education Program (ISEP), and the high school dual enrollment program since 2017. Prior to that, she served as a CTE liaison for Cerro Coso in the Tehachapi […]

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Cerro Coso College to Host Virtual Open House Nov. 19

Open registration for the Spring 2021 classes at Cerro Coso Community College begins November 18, 2020.  Class schedules are now available online at www.cerrocoso.edu. A Virtual Open House is being held on Thursday, November 19TH at 6 p.m. via Zoom that will include resources, application process, counseling, financial aid, scholarships, dual and concurrent enrollment, and more.  […]

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Cerro Coso Honors Program Recognizes Graduates

The Cerro Coso Community College Honors program hosted its first virtual recognition for program graduates on the college website at 2020 Honors Program Graduates. Graduates and their instructors reflected on the hard work the students put into the rigorous program. Students received their Honors chords and tassels to wear in the college-wide commencement ceremony during the […]

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Betsy Truax named MLF’s Development Director

Press release Mammoth Lakes, Calif. – The Mammoth Lakes Foundation (MLF) is pleased to announce Betsy Truax as the new Development Director. “Betsy’s passion for our community and her strong belief in the mission of the Mammoth Lakes Foundation, combined with her diverse experiences in higher education and community leadership made her ideal for the […]

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Ormat commits $45,000 to Mammoth Lakes Foundation

Press release Mammoth Lakes—Mammoth Lakes Foundation is pleased to announce a new partnership with Ormat Technologies. Ormat recently made a commitment of $45,000 over the next three years to support Dave McCoy’s vision of enabling higher education and cultural enrichment in the Eastern Sierra. “The Mammoth Lakes Foundation wishes to express its gratitude to Ormat […]

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ESF Scholarship passes 1,000 mark

– Press release On May 8th, 2015, Cerro Coso Community College’s Eastern Sierra College Center celebrated the graduation of the class of 2015. The ceremony was the largest ever held at the Bishop campus; over 600 people attended to show support for family and friends among the graduates. Over 60 students accepted their diplomas, comprising […]

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State budget crunch hurts Cerro Coso

(PRESS RELEASE FROM CERRO COSO) AS CERRO COSO COMMUNITY COLLEGE BEGINS THE NEW ACADEMIC YEAR, IT ALSO FACES THE UNCERTAINTY OF THE CALIFORNIA EDUCATION BUDGET.  IN A STATEMENT SENT TO COLLEGE STAFF, KERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT CHANCELLOR, SANDRA SERRANO, STATED “WE’VE PLANNED FOR THE WORST-CASE BUDGET SCENARIO AND HAVE BEEN REDUCING EXPENDITURES THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT.” […]

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