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Cal Poly to add evening child care

Starting next spring, Cal Poly Pomona will offer night child care. The service, which will be available from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m Monday through Thursday, will be paid for with a four-year, $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education, according to a statement. Currently, the university’s Children’s …

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University of Redlands partners with member of Claremont Colleges

The University of Redlands has partnered with the Keck Graduate Institute that will allow for a “seamless transition” for Redlands students interested in pursuing courses on Keck’s Claremont campus. Keck, which teaches careers in healthcare and life sciences, will offer classes to Redlands students at its Henry E. Riggs School …

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Norco College among best for veterans

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Norco College has been ranked among the best community college’s in the United States for military veterans, the fifth time in six years the school has received that distinction. Military Times magazine ranked Norco College the 17th best two-year college in the country on its recent “Best for Vets” list, …

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RCC District receives GO-Biz grant

The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development has provided $17 million in grants to nearly 70 recipients of the California Small Business Technical Assistance Expansion Program. The GO-Biz money will allow technical assistance centers to expand their business consulting and training services to businesses and communities that have traditionally …

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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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