Monthly Archives: October 2016

Certified Nursing Aide program gains state DPH approval through 2018

The Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) training program, a key component at the School of Workforce and Continuing Education, has been approved by the state Department of Public Health (DPH) through September 2018. DPH found Capital’s CNA training in compliance based … Continue reading

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Resiliency Consortium Webinar Features Capital’s Community Health Worker Training

Capital’s Community Health Worker (CHW) program — developed through the federally funded Northeast Resiliency Consortium — has been featured in a recent  roll out of a U.S. Department of Labor webinar series on training initiatives made possible by grants from … Continue reading

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Student Senate Hosts Presidential Debate Watch Party Wednesday October 19th; Capital Is Part Of “All In” Democracy Challenge

Capital Community College’s Student Senate is hosting a Presidential Debate Watch party on Wednesday, October 19th in Centinel Hill Hall auditorium at the 950 Main Street campus. The third and final Presidential Debate will be held at the University of … Continue reading

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Young Leaders Scholarship and Grant Opportunity: Applicants (18-30) Invited To Submit Four-minute Videos on Community Involvement 

Everyday Democracy, a nonprofit organization established to promote public dialogue and civic involvement in communities, invites eligible student leaders ages 18-30 to submit applications for grant awards and attendance at a national convening conference December 8-10 in Baltimore. Applicants are … Continue reading

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