Gilbert Rivera, Publications Supervisor
PCC's Public Relations Office produces communications materials for both on and off-campus audiences.
To inform the community about PCC’s quality educational programs, the Public Relations Office sends news releases to local, national and international media. The area incoroprates 21st century communication techniques as well and employs social networking mediums, viewbooks, and blogs. These announcements help publicize campus events, support enrollment needs and relate interesting stories about our students and staff.
Free Online Tutoring Available 24/7
The Pasadena City College Learning Assistance Center, in partnership with Smarthinking, Inc., is offering free, online tutoring services to students 24 hours a day, seven days a week.9/15/14 ... Full Story
College to Host Veteran Suicide Awareness Workshop
Twenty-two veterans take their own lives every day, which amounts to a suicide every 65 minutes. That sobering statistic, released from the Department of Veterans Affairs last year, may even be higher as some of the deaths go unreported.9/12/14 ... Full Story
PCC Again Tops List of Top Associate Degree Producers in the Nation
For the second consecutive year, Pasadena City College has been named the top producer in the nation of associate degrees in multi/interdisciplinary studies, according to data recently released by Community College Week.9/11/14 ... Full Story
California Superintendent Torlakson helps launch LA HI-TECH Consortium, a recipient of a $15 Million California Career Pathway Trust grant for an unprecedented regional effort to prepare tomorrows tech workforce
Los Angeles, Calif., Today, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson helped launch the High-Impact Information Technology, Entertainment-Entrepreneurship, and Communication Hubs (LA HI-TECH) Regional Consortium, a recipient of a $15 million California Career Pathway Trust grant. ?"The way for our students to succeed is to be sure they graduate with skills they can apply in the real world of college and a career. California is expanding career training to prepare students for the future by giving them a taste of the working world before they leave school, and the programs we're highlighting today are great examples of that work," said State Superintendent Torlakson.
Torlakson was joined by Dr. Francisco Rodriguez, Chancellor of the Los Angeles Community College District, along with Dr. Robert Miller, Interim President/Superintendent of Pasadena City College; Dr. Chui L. Tsang, President/Superintendent of Santa Monica College; Ms. Reneé D. Martinez, President of Los Angeles City College; Dr. John E. Deasy, Superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District; Mr. David Rattray, SVP of Education and Workforce Development at the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce; Ms. Joni Topper, Pacific Regional Head of Government, Nonprofit, and Healthcare Banking at JPMorgan Chase & Co., Los Angeles; and Steven Glyer, Chair of the Los Angeles Orange County Regional Consortia.9/8/14 ... Full Story
Exhibit: "Localized Urban Environments of the Post Globalized World: Recent projects by the students of the Pasadena City College Architecture Program."
"Localized Urban Environments of the Post Globalized World: Recent projects ...
Monday, Aug. 25 to Friday, Sep. 19 , 11:00 AM - 7:30 PM
'Localized Urban Environments of the Post Globalized World'
Recent projects by the students of the PCC Architecture Department
Reception: Thursday, September 4, noon-1pm
Gallery hours ...
Monday, Sep. 15 to Thursday, Sep. 18 , 11:00 AM - 7:30 PM
Boone Family Art Gallery, Center for the ArtsOpen To: Public
Tuesday, Sep. 16 , 1:00 PM - AM
Cuyamaca College, El Cajon
Santa Barbara City
Tuesday, Sep. 16 , 7:30 PM - AM
Santa Barbara City College