PDX East of 82d Av is Poorer than West Virginia: The story in Graphics

By Bridge Staff|November 6, 2017

Jessica Howard, the President of the Southeast Campus shared this information at the SE Campus Inservice.  The data was compiled with the assistance of PCC’s department of Institutional Effectiveness and drawing from research available from Multnomah County.The map to the left

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Associated Students of PCC Hiring for Next Academic Year

By Bridge Staff|April 3, 2017

PCC’s student government for Cascade Campus has announced it is hiring for next academic year. This is a chance to get involved with student leadership and get paid to work on campus. Applications are now being accepted, but the deadline

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Julie Keefe Sends Messages to Mr. Trump

By Joe Riedl|January 31, 2017

Text and Photos by Joe Riedl On the Wednesday before the inauguration, student assistants by her side, Julie Keefe marched into Building 5 at Rock Creek and enlisted passersby to participate in her newest project, Messages to the President. Keefe

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The Big One: PCC preparing for Distaster

By Mountain.Barber|November 4, 2016

At this point, hopefully everyone in the region has had their ear talked off about the giant earthquake threatening the Pacific Northwest. Unfortunately, though, while it’s been in the media quite a bit since the big New Yorker article last

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PCC Entrepreneurs Advance in “Cleantech Challenge”

By Carolina Selva|May 14, 2016

PSU announced today that one of four teams from PCC’s SE Campus will advance to the second round of the Center for Entrepreneurship’s highly competitive Cleantech Challenge – a contest for clean technology innovators and entrepreneurs across the state.  The

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Apply now for ASPCC Jobs! Deadline is May 1.

By Bridge Staff|April 22, 2016

The Associated Students of Portland Community College is the official name for PCCs student government.  It is seeking students to work in Leadership for the 2016-2017 year. These Student Leadership jobs can help you learn leadership skills, make a difference, have

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“The Bridge” is Recruiting Editors for 2016-2017.

By Bridge Staff|April 7, 2016

PCC’s student newspaper, The Bridge is recruiting editors for the 2016-2017 academic year.  This is a great opportunity to have interesting work, meet fun people, report on stories that won’t appear elsewhere, and contribute to the life of Portland Community

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Cascade TRIO ROOTS Program is accepting applications

By Bridge Staff|April 5, 2016

The Cascade TRIO ROOTS Program is accepting applications!   TRIO Student Support Services, also known as ROOTS at PCC, is a federally-funded TRIO program dedicated to helping students achieve their educational goals. Students in the program benefit from: * Individualized academic advising * 7 FREE

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Apply Now to Serve on the District Student Council

By John Ostgarden|March 28, 2016

Applications are now open for District Student Council Chair for Portland Community College. Students looking for an opportunity to develop and demonstrate exceptional leadership skills are encouraged to apply by April 8th. The mission of the District Student Council is

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ASPCC Job Openings At SE, 2016-2017

By Charles Claringbold|March 16, 2016

ASPCC – Southeast Now Hiring for the 2016 – 2017 Academic Year! Applications are available from March 28th – April 15th Applications are due by 3pm on April 15th in Mount Tabor 152 Positions Available: President Vice President – Director

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SE Multicultural Radio Hour Winter Term Finale

By Charles Claringbold|March 4, 2016

As finals creep closer, we might all feel our stress increasing. The Multicultural Center would like to invite you and your students to join our Multicultural Radio Hour Winter Term Finale. We will be hosting a mix of Pilates/ Yoga/ Zumba to

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Jessica Johnson Nominated Oregon Book Award Finalist

By Charles Claringbold|February 26, 2016

PCC’s Southeast campus English Department Head, Jessica Johnson has been nominated for the Oregon Book Award. The Oregon Book Award selects five finalists each year for the finest accomplishments in writing, for those who work in genres of poetry, fiction,

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