Strong partnerships among Klamath Community College, regional high schools, and Southern Oregon communities are producing results. Recent data from KCC shows the percentage of developmental education credits attempted by KCC students fresh out of high school has been slashed by more than half in the past four years.
Klamath Community College is excited to announce the 2017 Commencement keynote speaker will be Joe Max Higgins, Jr., an economic developer known for his bulldog approach to revitalizing business and building new economies. Commencement will take place at 6 p.m., June 16, at the KCC Klamath Falls campus.
In April, Gov. Kate Brown recognized KCC students Jared Boyer and Jaebyn Drake at a luncheon for the 2017 All-Oregon Community College Academic Team at the Salem Convention Center in Salem.
Tickets for a fun-filled night at Klamath Community College’s sixth annual Foundation Gala fundraiser are available for purchase. The headline show for the May 6 gala is, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to College … Part 2,” a comedy show led by Leif Skyving and Rick Pulido, two professional stand-up comedians from live-entertainment company Michael Jenkins Comedy of Portland.
More than 25 employers hiring summer staff will be on hand to meet with job seekers at a Klamath Community College job fair April 26.
Klamath Community College is offering its first non-credit phlebotomy training in Lakeview. The 10-week, 80-hour training will prepare students to pass the National Healthcareers Association certification exam as a phlebotomist.
Klamath Community College is offering its first-ever course dedicated to preparing students for exciting careers assisting physicians, providing patient care and ensuring clinics and hospitals operate efficiently.
Starting April 18, students can embark on a 20-week course that will prepare them to become certified medical assistants.
KLAMATH FALLS – Klamath Community College is offering its first-ever course dedicated to preparing students for exciting careers assisting physicians, providing patient care and ensuring clinics and hospitals operate efficiently.
KLAMATH FALLS – The priority deadline for young adults hoping to take advantage of Oregon Promise is just weeks away.
KLAMATH FALLS – The winning bid for constructing Klamath Community College’s new one-stop student center, Founders Hall, was awarded Tuesday during the College’s monthly Board of Education meeting.