The six-week course is offered at no cost to students. It starts Monday, October 5 and runs through Wednesday, November 11. To be eligible, students must be at least 18 years old with a high school diploma or GED, and their employment must have been adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
These short-term courses – some are just two sessions — run through December on an ongoing basis. They are designed to provide people interested in shifting careers or boosting their current employment with a quick path to in-demand computer skills.
Sara Vincent, director of strategic enrollment management, defended her doctoral dissertation in June and was awarded her Ed.D. in August. The title of her dissertation is Understanding the image of Higher Education in the Twenty-First Century. 09.22.2020
Associate Professor Patricia Carrigan’s latest artwork is part of a collection of new exhibitions at Five Points Center for the Visual Arts in Torrington. Her work will be exhibited July 17 through August 22. Five Points’ missionRead more kudos
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