The annual Trafficking Summit held an online seminar on Sunday dealing with the steps needed for survivors of human trafficking to properly enter the workforce.
With the announcement of CoC continuing its online education through the 2020 many students or contemplating if this new format of learing is worth the money
To provide as little of a disruption as possible for students, faculty and staff, College of the Canyons has announced that the fall 2020 semester will be primarily remote and online.
“If online classes are the only way though, then I have to suck it up and do my best.”
Academy of the Canyons seniors voice opposition to the Hart District’s pre-recorded graduation plans amidst COVID-19 and Spring 2020 school cancellation.
College of the Canyons is giving aid to the community to help them cast their ballots for the 25th congressional district special election in the midst of the shelter-in-place order. COC will be providing a mobile voting center in parking lot No. 8 of their
By Priscillia Mugwa, Veronica Secchi, Jessie Abarques, Daniela Torres, Sarah Perez Students are beginning to feel the impact of COVID-19 and the major transitions it has brought to their college education, but for international students, the choices they have faced have not been easy. College
College of the Canyons has opened up a survey to help students during this time of social distancing. Vice President, Public Info, Advocacy & External Relations, Eric Harnish believes that the survey can help COC focus on specific needs for students like basic internet, laptops
It may have been easier to cancel the production, but the theatre program at COC is dedicated to giving the students in the cast of Pippin the most they can get out of this less than ideal situation.
Following the statewide shutdown, all schools have been converted to online learning.