The Difficulty of February

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Authored by: Jessica Howard, Chemeketa president/CEO One thing that has always amazed me about working in community colleges is the difficulty of February.  Perhaps it is the persistence of cold and dreary weather; the recent holidays becoming a remote memory … Continued

What Equity in Practice Looks Like

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Staff, faculty, and administrators came together on Dec. 5 to put equity-mindedness into practice. As described by the Center for Urban Education, equity-mindedness involves calling attention to patterns of inequity in student outcomes, taking personal and institutional responsibility for student success, … Continued

Relaxation workshops Dec. 10

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Does this busy time of year, or any time of year, create stress for you? Would you like to learn some quick and easy ways to relax? If so, plan to attend the Relaxation Techniques workshop on Tuesday, December 10 in … Continued

Fudge Frenzy 2019

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Since 1997, Doug Moxley has been delighting friends, family and Chemeketa colleagues with the festive decadence that is Fudge Frenzy. Don’t miss this year’s fun on Friday, December 6 from 11 am- 2 pm in Salem 3/101. What began as … Continued

Holiday Social happening Dec. 5

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Now’s the time to purchase tickets for the merriment that is Chemeketa’s annual Holiday Social. Back again in Salem’s festively-dressed Building 2 lobby, the Holiday Social will be held from 8:30-10 am on Thursday, Dec. 5. Ticket sales start Nov. 25 … Continued