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First Ever Student Trade Show Competition Held in San Diego

San Diego CA— On December 2 in San Diego, over 700 ambitious students flocked to compete in California’s first ever, live Virtual Enterprises International (VEI) regional Trade Show ...

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Biz Kid$ Returns as San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl Beneficiary

San Diego County CA— Biz Kid$ has been named the beneficiary of the 2016 San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl, which means $1 from each ticket sold ...

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C2 Education Shares Steps to Succeed with College Admissions

Tutoring experts say high school students should follow this timeline to attend the college of their dreams San Diego County CA— Throughout November and December, high school students ...

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MiraCosta College Secures a $6 Million Federal Grant to Spur Workforce Development

Development will take place throughout San Diego County and the Inland Empire Oceanside CA— MiraCosta College will drive an ambitious workforce development program that partners industry leaders with ...

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Local Grant From Nordson Corporation to Help MiraCosta College Establish a STEM Learning Center

Oceanside CA— Nordson Corporation Foundation has awarded MiraCosta College a $150,000 grant to develop a STEM Learning Center. STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating ...

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Oceanside Chamber and Genentech Partner to Promote STEM Education

Oceanside CA— The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce and Genentech have collaborated to provide $20,000 in classroom grants for Oceanside Unified School District. The grants were awarded to more ...

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MiraCosta College Offers Spring Credit Courses in Anthropology

Oceanside CA— MiraCosta College is offering Spring, 2017 credit courses in Anthropology at the Oceanside Campus. Spring classes begin January 23. Enroll online at www.miracosta.edu. ANTH 104 Native ...

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MiraCosta College Schedules Information Sessions for Bachelor’s Degree Program

Oceanside CA— MiraCosta College’s new bachelor’s degree program in biomanufacturing starts fall 2017, and those interested in the program will want to attend one of the following information ...

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Club Line Dancing, Belly Dancing Among Community Workshops at MiraCosta College

San Diego County CA— MiraCosta College’s Community Education and Workforce Development Program is offering the following not-for-credit community workshop courses this fall: Sewing the Special Occasion Dress All ...

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MiraCosta College President Appointed to National Science Board

Oceanside CA— MiraCosta College Superintendent/President Dr. Sunita Cooke was recently appointed to the National Academy of Science Board of Science Education. The three-year term begins in January 2017. ...

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Career Technical Training Courses at MiraCosta College

Carlsbad CA— MiraCosta College’s Community Education and Workforce Development Program is offering the following not-for-credit career technical training courses this fall: OSHA 30 The OSHA 30-hour general industry ...

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MiraCosta College Offers Career Workforce Technical Training Courses

San Diego County CA— MiraCosta College’s Community Education and Workforce Development Program is offering the following not-for-credit career technical training courses this fall: Machining: Wall Art This 45-hour ...

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MiraCosta College Named ‘Military Friendly Institution’

Oceanside CA— MiraCosta College is proud to announce it has been designated a “Military Friendly Institution” by Victory Media, a veteran-owned company that publishes GI Jobs magazine and ...

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MiraCosta College Offers Community Workshop Courses in North County

San Diego County CA— MiraCosta College’s Community Education and Workforce Development Program is offering the following not-for-credit community workshop courses this fall:  Sewing the Special Occasion Dress All ...

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MiraCosta College Doing Even More to Keep College Affordable

Oceanside CA— MiraCosta has been awarded a $50,000 grant that will enable the college to convert 50 core classes to a low/no-cost textbook format by 2018. Those classes ...

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