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I'm Talking about You. Really, I am

The one thing I absolutely love about my job as an instructor is the ability to share my experiences working in corporate America, starting an open source community for IBM, producing a podcast, owning a successful software startup and being involved with social media since 2002. 31 more words

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Troy Uyan: Beginning a Web Development Career in the Public Sector

This week’s speaker is a Clark College Alum success story. A few years ago, Troy Uyan was a Clark Running Start student exploring career options.  He is currently employed as a web developer for the government of Clark County. 40 more words

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Business Web Practices Speaker Series Week Two

When: Wednesday, September 28
Where: Clark College, Foster Hall Auditorium 4:30 pm
Session Title: Beginning a Web Development Career in the Public Sector… 182 more words

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The New Faces of ASCC

President Sarah Moe
Pursuing Accounting

Sarah Moe said that becoming the president of ASCC didn’t even cross her mind until fellow students began tossing the idea to her. 958 more words

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New Athletic Director Has Big Cleats to Fill

It’s a common belief that hard work and dedication will eventually pay off in a career. However, for new Clark College Athletic Director Chris Jacob, the payoff came much sooner than expected. 505 more words

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College 101 Class Seeks to Build Student Confidence

The crunch of autumn leaves. The soft padding of small steps. New pens, new friends and new fears. On the first day of kindergarten students take the first small step in their own big adventure. 544 more words

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Clark Embarks On Pathways Plan to Boost Student Success

Clark administrators, faculty and staff kick off a five-year effort this Fall to streamline course offerings and boost the school’s 26 percent completion rate.

According to the Vice President of Planning and Effectiveness Shanda Diehl, the Guided Pathways model will have students choose between eight to 10 “pathways,” which are sequences of required and elective courses focused on the program of their choice. 324 more words

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