News Index / March 2009
Students, professionals can benefit from Central Arizona College’s Spanish immersion classes in Cuernavaca
Central Arizona College is offering a pair of two-week Spanish immersion courses in Cuernavaca, Mexico, to help improve language skills.
Students from Signal Peak, Superstition Mountain campuses now studying in China
Instead of heading to an exotic retreat for spring break, Central Arizona College students Ian Cockrill and Cori Villarreal packed their bags for the Far East to study in China this semester.
CAC’s SBDC offering American Recovery & Reinvestment Act information on April 8
Central Arizona College will become a resource center for American Recovery and Reinvestment Act information on April 8 when the United States Small Business Administration holds its stimulus meetings for small businesses.
Seminar at CAC helping small business owners navigate turbulent economic waters
Central Arizona College’s Corporate Center in Casa Grande will serve as one of four locations for the Arizona: Open for Business, How to Thrive in Tough Times seminars being held around the state next week.
Central Arizona College employee Stella Garcia jumpstarting attack against kidney failure
For more than 30 years as an employee at Central Arizona College’s Signal Peak Campus, Stella Garcia has repeatedly redefined the term “above and beyond the call of duty.”
5th Annual CAC Job & Career Fair at Signal Peak Campus scheduled for April 9
Employers still have time to register for the 5th Annual Central Arizona College Job & Career Fair scheduled for Thursday, April 9, at the Signal Peak Campus.
CAC’s Heavy Equipment Camp rumbling on Signal Peak Campus June 1-6
Many children plowed Tonka trucks over rough terrain or revved Matchbox cars through obstacle courses in their backyard while growing up.
CAC may be closed for spring break, but students still can register for classes
Even though Central Arizona College will be closed for spring break March 16-20, students can still register for class through the institution’s website.
Make reservations now to see the motel-inspired motif by Kate Emig
Central Arizona College invites the public to view Kay Emig: Selected Works at the institution’s Visual Arts Gallery March 11-April 24 on the Signal Peak Campus.
Employees capitalize on CAC’s family atmosphere to help meet community needs
For nearly 40 years, Central Arizona College employees have nurtured an environment of community and family throughout the Pinal County Community College District.