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City to give $2 million to companies that hire City Colleges gradsChicago Sun-TimesChicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has announced a $2 million stipend for companies willing to hire City Colleges of Chicago graduates.
Trip to China puts Mont. college in global limelightDaily Inter LakeFlathead Valley Community College President Jane Karas recently returned from a conference in Beijing, China, where she was invited to serve as an education expert with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s delegation.
Mass. bill would allow vocational schools to offer degreesMetroWest Daily NewsA provision in the fiscal 2013 state budget calls for the creation of a commission to study the feasibility of vocational-technical schools issuing associate degrees in occupational training or applied sciences.
Largest U.S. community college district chooses Microsoft Live@eduThe Seattle TimesMicrosoft has announced that the Los Angeles Community College District, the largest community college district in the U.S., has chosen Microsoft Live@edu over Google Apps for Education.
College students produce educational videos for state agency Hartford CourantThe Connecticut Insurance Department and Capital Community College have partnered on a series of brief consumer education videos regarding insurance.
Fla. community College student win $1 millionFlorida TodayBrevard Community College's Christopher Gilmore may be a diehard Boston Red Sox fan, but the New York Yankees are making him smile today.
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