Category Archives: Workforce Development

Town & Legislative Forum To Be Held At Capital’s Downtown Campus Wednesday, March 7th

The Capital Community College Foundation & Advisory Council will host a Town and Legislative Forum on Wednesday March 7th from 12 to 1:30 p.m. at the campus’ Walter J. Markiewicz Community Room, 950 Main Street in downtown Hartford. State legislators … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget To Vote! Travelers EDGE Video Up For Corporate Citizenship Award At Boston College Film Festival

  A video marking the 10th anniversary of Travelers nationally recognized higher education program EDGE – Empowering Dreams for Graduation and Employment — is under consideration for corporate citizenship honors at the 2018 Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship Film … Continue reading

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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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Capital CC On List Of Two-Year Institutions Where Grads Earn Higher Salaries

Homeroom, the official blog of the U.S. Department of Education, has cited Capital Community College as one of 45 institutions across the country where graduates can expect higher career earnings. In a recent blog post  the Education Department based the … Continue reading

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Capital Grads Start Nursing Careers At Saint Francis Hospital

Fourteen members of Capital Community College’s (CCC) 2015 graduating class began their nursing careers this week at Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, Director of Nursing Cynthia Adams RN, MSN, EdD, announced. Capital and five other Connecticut community colleges offer … Continue reading

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Responses To President’s Free Community College Initiative

I Owe It All to Community College: Tom Hanks on His Two Years at Chabot College “President Obama hopes to make two years of free community college accessible for up to nine million Americans. I’m guessing the new Congress will … Continue reading

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