Klamath Community College is pleased to announce it has received a generous $100,000 donation from former Hewlett-Packard president, John Young, to help fund construction of an Apprenticeship Center that will house apprenticeship and training facilities for skilled trades at KCC.
A recent study conducted by Emsi, a company specializing in analyzing labor market data, shows that Klamath Community College continues to be an economic driver in Klamath County.
Klamath Community College is pleased to announce that the Wendt Family Foundation has generously donated $250,000 to the college to help fund construction of an Apprenticeship Center.
Community members in Klamath Falls and surrounding areas are invited to attend a virtual open house to learn how to become a licensed teacher without leaving Klamath Falls.
Klamath Community College congratulates the college’s 2020 registered nursing graduates for earning a 100 percent pass rate on their national board exams.
Congratulations to all summer term 2020 students!
Figuring out how things work has been a lifelong passion for Derek Kindt. When he was a child, his curiosity inspired him to take his toys apart. He often then used the parts to build a new toy from the toys he had. As an adult, he took to woodworking and home repair.
Klamath Community College is holding a two-day College Info Drop-in event next week to answer questions new or returning students have about registering for classes and fall term course options.
Klamath Community College’s proposed plan for resuming in-person instruction fall term was approved by the KCC Board of Trustees at a special meeting Aug. 19.
Klamath Community College is pleased to announce the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) has awarded KCC a $3 million grant to fund construction of an Apprenticeship Center.