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Students to network with professionals in upcoming healthcare job fair

Students who want to pursue a future in the healthcare industry are encouraged to explore career options at the Healthcare Career Exploration and Job Fair on March 1 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Great Hall. Students who attend the event will have the chance to meet with healthcare professionals, shop around for […]

Educational tours offer potential transfers chance to visit historically Black universities

Students will have the opportunity to explore and discover historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) on an all-expense-paid trip from April 2-7. Participants will visit eight schools during the six days and five nights. Expenses paid include hotel stay, food and airfare. Dillard University, Xavier University, Southern University at Baton Rouge and Tougaloo College are […]

Location of the 2017 Graduation in discussion

The Academic Senate had its first meeting this semester on Monday Feb. 13 to discuss the location of the upcoming commencement ceremony. Shepard Stadium at 7 p.m. or Rocky Young Park at 6 p.m. were suggested as possible locations for the graduation ceremony on Thursday, June 8. Senate Treasurer Angela Belden said that using Shepard […]

Brahmas can link up with LinkedIn Workshop

LA Regional Career Pathways and LA HI-TECH Grants are hosting a LinkedIn workshop on Wednesday Feb. 15, in the Great Hall from 1-3 p.m. to teach students how to use the networking site and market themselves and their work. To be competitive in today’s job market, students are advised to start developing a professional profile […]

Campus Wi-fi turned off for security updates

Campus Wi-fi turned off for security updates

Pierce College open access Wi-Fi has been turned off for security upgrades, according to a post on the Pierce College Facebook page. The issue is expected to be resolved this month. According to Pierce College librarian Clayton Gediman, the computers in the library are available for students Monday through Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. […]

Judicial internships available at Van Nuys courthouse

Prospective students in the field of political science get hands-on experience with an internship that takes them into the courtroom. Pierce College Associate Professor Denise Robb has been helping students interested in law fields, and continues to advise students on what courses to take to transfer. “I wanted to start a judicial internship program,” Robb […]

Pierce College a “White House Healthy Campus”

Pierce College was declared a “White House Healthy Campus” and three delegates were selected to travel to the White House to participate in the ceremony. First Lady Michelle Obama will speak at the event later today. The three representatives include: President Kathleen Burke, Director of the Student Health Center Beth Benne, and Vice President of […]

Strive for an eco-friendly campus

Due to a lack of recycling bins available on campus, ASO senators are urging for a change in the recycling system by getting a third party contractor to pick up recycling items such as batteries, electronics, chemicals, oil and newspapers to make it convenient for members of the local community. Each ASO member had expressed […]

Progress in IT

In the past, there have been many disputes that the school struggles with technology, but what most people don’t know is that it is slowly progressing. According to Associate Vice President, Larry Kraus the IT department has a number of challenges but are constantly working to fulfill the needs of faculty and students. Some challenges […]

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