A family that studies together graduates together, at least this is the case for the Gardners this Friday at Klamath Community College’s commencement ceremony.
A career fair and open house at Klamath Community College Friday, May 20, for students and the community welcomed a large crowd once more to the campus to explore the college’s programs, services, and facilities, fresh on the heels of the KCC Comic Con with several thousand people participating just a week earlier.
A move years in the making, Klamath Community College’s (KCC) Board of Education formally approved the transfer of northern Lake County into the KCC Service District from Central Oregon Community College (COCC).
The Klamath Community College Small Business Development Center was recently honored with the U.S. Small Business Administration Pacific Northwest SBDC Excellence and Innovation Award for 2022 during an awards presentation ceremony at KCC honoring the organization.
The keynote speaker for Klamath Community College’s 2022 commencement ceremony will be David Cauble, chief executive officer for Sky Lakes Medical Center
IF YOU GO:
WHAT: KCC Open House, Career Fair
WHEN: Activities begin at 9 a.m., Friday, May 20
WHERE: Klamath Community College, 7390 S. Sixth St.
COST: Free, with food available for purchase
The construction site of Klamath Community College’s Apprenticeship Center served as a backdrop for the kickoff of a community capital campaign organized by the KCC Foundation, featuring speeches by community leaders and donors Friday, April 29.
Get out your mask and press your cape, the first Comic Con in the Klamath Basin in nearly three years is coming to Klamath Community College. Sparked by a desire to host a large-scale open house for the community, the college will host its first KCC Comic Con from 3 to 8 p.m. Friday, May 13.
“One of the things I like about KCC is students present prototypes that are tangible and show how they will impact the community – that is a big difference. Something that shows tangible results and could go to market quickly and have an immediate impact on the community.”
– Juan Barraza, InventOR director
A popular restaurant in Klamath Falls that fell victim to pandemic closures has re-emerged in a new location at Klamath Community College.