e-Headlines

California college students’ biggest struggle is juggling jobs to pay for food and housing, survey finds
Los Angeles Times
Nearly two-thirds of California students say their biggest obstacle to succeeding in college is costs — including food and shelter — and juggling jobs with school, according to a survey from the California Student Aid Commission.

Plant Services 2019 Workforce Survey: What have you done for me lately?
PlantServices.com
For all of the growing national discussion about bolstering support for trade schools and community college-based manufacturing training programs, Plant Services workforce survey respondents indicate that four-year colleges and universities are the largest targets of their organization’s education outreach efforts.

New Hampshire creates Career Academy at community colleges
Seacoastonline.com
Students in New Hampshire will now be able to simultaneously achieve a high school diploma, associate degree and industry credential – what Gov. Chris Sununu hailed Friday as a model both regionally and nationally.

County gets latest state Center of Excellence
The Columbian
The new center in Washington state focuses on semiconductors and electronics, due to the presence of several big electronics companies such as silicon wafer manufacturer SEH America, a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Shin-Etsu Handotai Ltd.

Kansas Board of Regents launches military portal
Leavenworth Times
The portal provides a central resource for military members and veterans to explore course credits available to them at public postsecondary institutions in Kansas.

Attorney General Jim Hood reveals plans for workforce training and community college tuition
WJTV.com
Attorney General Jim Hood sees himself as an advocate of the working class in Mississippi, which is why he said he is dead set on making sure that there are robust alternatives to getting a four-year degree in Mississippi.

About the Author

Daily Staff
CCDaily is published by the American Association of Community Colleges.