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MAR

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Understanding Job Applications

Attend our webinar event focused on Understanding Job Applications. This event will be presented by Rosa Hernandez, from EOPS Counseling, and Mary and Kaitlyn from Career Services. To register, please click on the link below. Understanding Job...

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MAR

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Disability in the Workplace

Attend this webinar event focused on Disability in the Workplace. This event will be presented by Candice from DSPS, and Mary and Kaitlyn from Career Services. This webinar will be helpful for students majoring in psychology, human services,...

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MAR

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How to Win Over an Employer in 5-10 Minutes

Attend our webinar event focused on How to Win Over an Employer in 5-10 Minutes. This event will be presented by Mary and Kaitlyn from Career Services. A link to join the zoom meeting will be included in your confirmation once you register....

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APR

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Virtual Job Fair

Attend the Columbia College Virtual Job Fair, which will be conducted over Zoom. Students, alumni, and community members are welcome to join. Student/Job Seeker Registration | Employer

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APR

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Finals Week April 26 – May 1, 2021

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Speakers explore today’s Native American experience

WHERE:     Via Zoom https://cconfer.zoom.us/j/91605881020 WHEN:      Wednesday, January 27, 6pm The Columbia College Foundation will host a discussion of Native life in a special presentation Wednesday evening January 27. A regional panel of spiritual, cultural and literary leaders will offer a range of perspectives on current issues, such as urban versus rural Native life, governance structures and efforts to revitalize language and cultural traditions. Speakers include nationally acclaimed Calaveras County author Tommy Orange (Cheyenne and Arapaho), Carlos Geisdorff (Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk), Cultural Coordinator of the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk, and Mother Lode tribal elder Bill Leonard (Southern Sierra Miwuk). Each...

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COLUMBIA COLLEGE GRADUATES FIRE ACADEMY STUDENTS

Columbia College’s Fire Academy would like to announce the graduation and Certificates of Completion to the successful students of the Fire Technology Program.  The certificates are awarded based on the student’s successful completion of the academic and manipulative training as mandated for a California Firefighter 1 Certification. The students must still complete six months of full-time or one year of part-time field experience before applying to the state for Firefighter I Certification. “Some of the graduates will apply or continue with reserve, intern, and volunteer in positions at local fire departments since entering the academy” said Chief Shane Warner, Columbia...

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