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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.
Klamath Community College will host a recruitment event later this month for seasonal wildland firefighting positions. The Oregon Department of Forestry Klamath and Lake District event is Feb. 16 from noon to 7 p.m. on campus in Building 4.
 
KLAMATH FALLS – Oregon Gov. Kate Brown traveled to Klamath Falls to meet Tuesday with local education, business, and government leaders.