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Cal Poly hospitality program recognized

Cal Poly Pomona’s hospitality program has been ranked among the best programs of its kind in the world by CEO World Magazine. The Collins College of Hospitality Management ranked 19, up from 32 last year, according to a statement released by the university. CEO World based their ranking on quality …

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Foundation receives BofA grant

The Riverside Community College District Foundation has received a $25,000 grant from Bank of America that it will use to help individuals and families secure financial stability. The grant will help veterans, foster youth and disabled individuals interested in pursuing a career in one or more of the STEM fields: …

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Cal State SB online MPA program earns recognition

Cal State San Bernardino’s online Master’s of Public Administration program has been ranked one of the best values among programs of its kind in the United States. The program, which offers online and hybrid degrees, was ranked 20th in the country for 2019 by www.valuecolleges.com, which ranks colleges and universities …

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Foundation will enhance Cal Poly’s fundraising

Cal Poly Pomona has established the Cal Poly Philanthropic Foundation, a nonprofit that will expand the school’s fundraising. The foundation, which is part of the university’s strategic plan, will be able to accept gifts and grants that will help pay for scholarships, facilities, academic priorities and strategic programs, according to …

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MSJC to offer private security course

Mt. San Jacinto College this fall will offer a course on private security. The new class, Introduction to Private Security, is being offered through the school’s Administration of Justice program and will meet Monday evenings at the Temecula Higher Education Center this fall, according to a statement. The introductory course, …

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Inland Center Mall raises money for schools

Inland Center Mall recently donated $11,350 to 20 local elementary schools. The money, which was raised through the mall’s annual Schools Cents programs, helps schools buy supplies, according to a statement. The first place winner was St. Adelaide Academy in Highland, which received $2,000. Other recipients were Holy Rosary Academy, …

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