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Inland school rated good for veterans

Norco College is apparently a good place to go to school if you’re a veteran. For the fourth time in five years, the school has been ranked “Best For Vets” by Military Times, an online publication that covers all branches of the U.S. armed forces. Nationwide, Norco College ranked 12th …

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State grant to help retrain local workers

California’s Employment Training Panel has signed a $1.8 million contract with the San Bernardino Community College District. That partnership will train more than 3,200 workers in Riverside and San Bernardino counties and is the largest retraining agreement ever approved by the training panel, according to  a statement. Since 2009, when …

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Garner Holt starts internship program

Garner Holt Productions, the Redlands company that makes animatronic devices used by amusement parks, is providing internships to Inland high school students. The company has partnered with the San Bernardino County Workforce Development Department to help local youth learn about potential careers in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math, according …

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CSUSB gets cybersecurity grant

Cal State San Bernardino has received a $749,869 grant from the National Science Foundation. The money is part of $4.3 million grant that will be used to recruit 30 students from local community colleges who will pursue a career in cybersecurity with the federal government, according to a statement. Cal …

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Grant will help Native American students

Cal State San Bernardino has received a $960,000 donation from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians intended to increase enrollment of Native American students. The three-year gift, which is part of the university’s Native American Enrollment and Achievement Initiative, requires school officials to hire a director of tribal relations …

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Chaffey College offers facilities management classes

Twenty five students have enrolled in Chaffey College’s facilities management program. Now in its second year, the program is a collaboration between the school, San Bernardino County and the International Facilities Management Association, according to a statement. “There is a tremendous need for skilled facilities managers,” said Diane Levine, the …

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