News Index / July 2008
Registration now taking place for free High School Counselors Workshop at Signal Peak
Students choose many different paths to reach their goal of a college education, but the most successful journeys usually begin with a planning session involving a well-informed high school guidance counselor.
Central Arizona College helping Pinal County residents earn GED with free test prep classes
Central Arizona College is gearing up for another year of helping students earn their General Educational Development (GED) diploma at locations throughout Pinal County this fall semester.
68 participants splash College for Kids attendance mark at Aravaipa Campus
The best way to lure young students toward a college education is by floating out exciting programs like College for Kids offered by Central Arizona College.
Central’s Conversational Spanish at the Corporate Center teaches basics, fosters cultural understanding
For more than 20 years Mary Marrinan-Menchaca has created a comfortable atmosphere for second-language learners by serving cookies instead of tests to her students.
Central Arizona College’s residential building inspector course laying foundation in Pinal County
In an effort to lay a solid foundation of qualified residential building inspectors in Pinal County and the greater Phoenix and Tucson areas, Central Arizona College is training a workforce that the community desperately needs.
City of Coolidge helps CAC Foundation secure $1 million grant from Gila River Indian Community
Central Arizona College Foundation’s Promise for the Future Scholarship program is receiving a $1 million boost thanks to the Gila River Indian Community.