News Index / February 2007
Visiting Author Series
COOLIDGE, Ariz. – Oprah Winfrey recommended her book and Central Arizona College is getting her experience on Wednesday, March 7, when noted author Aurelie Sheehan comes to the Signal Peak Campus for a writing workshop that is open to the community.
COOLIDGE, Ariz. – The 32nd Annual Pinal-Gila Senior Fair & Bazaar is set to take place Saturday, March 10, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Central Arizona College’s Signal Peak Campus.
Community Education Programs (Superstition Mountain)
APACHE JUNCTION, AZ – There is still time to register for Central Arizona College’s unique equine classes designed to keep participants safely traveling along happy trails.
JACKSON, MS – Six of Central Arizona College’s outstanding students have etched their names on the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society All-Arizona Academic Team.
Media Relations Services
COOLIDGE, AZ – From Vaquera women’s basketball to the Magic of Lyn Dillies, Central Arizona College offers an array of educational cultural, community, athletic and family-oriented events at affordable rates throughout Pinal County.
Athletics - Women's Basketball
APACHE JUNCTION, AZ – Although it is tempting to think Arizona’s Grand Canyon is the only gorge of its kind in the world, there is a series mountain ranges and rivers that form a canyon complex as deep and vast as our own treasure.
C.A.L.L. & "Promise for the Future"
APACHE JUNCTION, AZ – Many came for the soup – 32 homemade varieties in all – that filled up the eastern most wing of Central Arizona College’s Superstition Mountain Campus.
APACHE JUNCTION, AZ – While children may be the best subjects to imprint a second language, it is the adults who search for a greater personal marketability and resume boost by spending millions on foreign language CDs played during commutes and piped through headphones while sleeping.
Small Business Development Center
PHOENIX, Ariz. - Jan Gradle toyed with the idea of starting her own business for three years. As a certified pediatric nurse practitioner, she had the healthcare experience to open her own practice but felt she lacked the business background to ensure its success.
CASA GRANDE, Ariz. – Although she doesn’t want to admit it, almost two decades have gone by since Ronny Douglass began helping the citizens of Casa Grande and the outer regions of the city pass their General Education Development tests and take the first steps toward a better life.