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Campus Connection - May 14, 2018

Jannet Malig

Jannet Malig to Lead the State as Sector Navigator

The California Community Colleges Workforce and Economic Development Division named Jannet Malig as the state’s new Sector Navigator for Advanced Transportation & Logistics. Malig currently serves as director of the Advanced Transportation Technology & Renewable (ATTR) Center at Cerritos College... Link to the full story about Jannet

Boy holding his drawing

College for Youth Program Offers New Classes in Science, Computers, Professional Cooking, Baking and More

Registration for the summer 2018 College for Youth program is now open at Cerritos College. Classes begin June 18 and continue through August 10. The College for Youth program offers classes for kids grades 1st through 12th in reading and writing, math, science computers, college prep, career exploration, enrichment, music, art, athletics, and swimming... Link to the full story about College for Youth

Dental assisting students

Dental Assisting Students Provide Free Care to People in Need

The Dental Assisting students volunteered at the California Dental Association Cares event for people in need that do not have access to dental health care all day on April 27, beginning before sunrise at 5:30am. The students assisted in the pediatric area, restorative dentistry (fillings), oral surgery, x-ray, translation, and triage departments. Students putting their skills to good use for a great cause!

Miles Aiello

Former ASCC President Miles Aiello Giving Back to Community

Former student body president Miles Aiello, now studying at UC Berkeley, founded a company that raises scholarship funds for immigrant high school students. He recently raised $2,000 for four $500 scholarships to be awarded to students at Oakland International High School on May 30... Link to the full story about Miles (external link)

New Product Development students

New Product Development 101 Students Pass New Additive Manufacturing Associate Certificate Exam

Seventeen students in Dr. Miodrag Micic’s NPD 101 class are one of the first in the world to take the newly established Additive Manufacturing Associate certification exam by SolidWorks. The new certification tests basic knowledge of today’s 3D printing technologies needed for rapidly growing job, additive manufacturing technician. Congratulations to the first cohort of Cerritos College Certified SolidWorks Additive Manufacturing Associates!


College Honors 73 Retirees

Cerritos College honored 73 retirees who accepted the PARS Supplementary Retirement Plan and retires from Cerritos College this summer. Cerritos College appreciates all of your years of service and tremendous contributions to the College. Best wishes in your retirement!

DREAM Club members

DREAM Club Students Presents at Conference

Students from Cerritos College DREAM Club presented at the third annual Supporting Access to Higher Education for Immigrant & Undocumented Students Conference at San Diego State University in April. DREAM Club advisor Dr. Lynn Wang and the students co-presented on her research on how front-line student services professionals affect college access for undocumented students. In addition to presenting at the conference, students attended workshops on immigration 101, scholarship search, and how colleges can continue to support immigrant and undocumented students.

Woodworking Celebration

Woodworking to Host the Annual Woodworking Celebration

The 12th Annual Woodworking Celebration on Saturday May 19, 10am-2pm will feature student gallery, raffles, award presentations, live demos, silkscreen printing, and free tacos. On Friday, May 18, the Preview Event for Cerritos College faculty and staff will feature free root beer floats. Come see excellent student work. View flyer

Evening child care for kids ages 3-5

Evening Child Care Available Beginning Fall 2018 Semester

The College's Child Development Center will offer evening child care for Cerritos College students taking credit courses and faculty members, beginning August 13. For more information, contact the Child Development Center at (562) 860-2451 ext.2589 or 2590.


Stay Informed

Shared Governance Committee Meetings: May 14 - 18

Monday, May 14
3:30 p.m. - Student Learning Outcomes (SS 140)

Tuesday, May 15
10 a.m. - DEEOAC (H.R. Conference Room)
11 a.m. - Facilities Planning (Board Room)
2 p.m. - Developmental Education (LC 62)

Wednesday, May 16
1 p.m. - Safety (LC 62)

Thursday, May 17
10 a.m. - Outstanding Classified Employee Selection (HR Conference Room)
2 p.m. - Planning and Budget (Board Room)

*Meeting date may change. Please contact committee chairs to confirm meeting schedule. List of committees
Committee Chairs, please notify us when your meeting schedule changes from your committee webpage.


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