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College and community leaders celebrated the opening of Klamath Center for Education & Training (K-CET) with a ribbon-cutting at Klamath Community College Thursday. The K-CET center opened in September and already has more than 100 students enrolled in GED, college prep adult basic education and English as a second language classes.
 
Klamath Community College is proud to announce it has earned the 2017 Military Friendly School designation by Victory Media. The Military Friendly designation, which identifies KCC as a school that supports military veterans, will be provided to service members and their families to promote education opportunities that can better help them pursue a civilian career.
Klamath Community College will host its first Wildland Firefighter Round-Up, Monday, Nov. 14, from 3 to 7 p.m. on the KCC campus to help potential applicants learn how to navigate the USAJOBS application system.
 
Congratulations to the following students for their accomplishments at KCC! 
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High school students can now launch careers in technology by earning a specialized computer network certificate at Klamath Community College. The one-year Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification program gives students hands-on experience building and repairing computer networks, preparing them to immediately enter the job market after high school or setting them on a pathway to transfer to the Oregon Institute of Technology.
The 2016-2107 KCC Student Handbook is in! 

Starting this fall, men and women enlisted in the U.S. Air Force can take aim at a bachelor’s of applied science in business administration. This “Base to Bachelor’s” opportunity for active duty airmen is a collaboration between Klamath Community College and Eastern Oregon University in La Grande. 2016 is the first year this partnership-based program is being offered.
 
Klamath Community College is proud to announce its first-ever registered nurse pinning ceremony.
“This ceremony signifies a milestone in our nursing program and shows that KCC and our students continue to be leaders in rural education,” said KCC President Roberto Gutierrez.