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RCC culinary program gets training grant

Riverside City College’s Culinary Arts program has received a $100,000 grant from the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Division of Workforce and Economic Development. That money will be used to develop a two-year  apprentice program in which employers sponsor apprentices, curriculum development, equipment purchases and apprentice recruitment, according to a statement …

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MSJC students receive scholarships

More than 100 Mt. San Jacinto College students nave received an estimated $115,000 in scholarship funds.  One hundred and twenty three scholarships were presented to 111 students at the Mt. San Jacinto College Foundation’s Fall Scholarship Foundation Reception, which was held Oct. 24 on campus, according to a statement. Among …

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UC Riverside to train agricultural scientists

UC Riverside has started a program that will train students to deal with farming problems caused by global warming Plants-3D “will train students to discover, design, and deploy biology and engineering solutions to the projected problem of massive-scale food insecurity due to climate change,” according to a statement on the …

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SB County students show academic improvement


San Bernardino County students have again shown year-over-year improvement in English language arts and math testing. Students in seven grades – three through eight and 11 – improved by one percentage point in those categories during the 2018-19 academic year, according to the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress. …

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New housing for UC Riverside

UC Riverside has broken ground on the first phase of a 6,000-bed housing development for students. The university is developing the project with American Campus Communities in Austin, Texas, a developer, manager and owner of high-end student housing communities, according to a statement. The project will be the second American …

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SB Community College District to make partial move

The San Bernardino Community College District will move several departments into a building at 550 E. Hospitality Lane. Several offices will occupy the second floor of the three-story building, including business services, human resources, facilities planning, public affairs, technology, research planning, and the chancellor’s office, according to a statement. The …

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