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In the Spotlight

Monday, August 24, 2009

Need Textbooks for Fall Quarter?

Our bookstore is located in the Sharon McGavick Student Center Bldg 23.

*New Students*

For Agency funded students, your funds are available 1st day of class
September 28, 2009

*Continuing Students*

For continuing students, who are funded your funds are available
September 21, 2009

Here is a list of agencies, industry partners, and employers listed below:

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation of the State of Washington (DVR)
Labor and Industries (L&I)
Division of Social Health Services (DSHS)
Work Source (throughout Washington State)
Employment Security

State, County, and local government agencies:
Private Industry Council
Vocational Rehabilitation Consultants
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
Centro Latino
Strategic Consulting Services Inc.
Educational Opportunity Center (EOC)

For more information contact:
Cindy Rainier
Principal Accountant
Agency Funded Student Accounts
Ph: (253) 589-5663
Fax: (253) 589-5716

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Hungry? Try this!

Custom salads – the way you want, sandwiches made on the spot, breakfasts you’ll enjoy and a staff who loves to serve. The Cascade Café is the place on campus to hang out and eat.

New or returning students, faculty and staff – everyone agrees it’s one of the most important places on campus! Check out the weekly menu at the café.

No time to eat?

Swing by the Clover Perk Corner for a custom drink and a pre-made sandwich. With so many choices, hunger doesn’t stand a chance!

Located in the Sharon M. McGavick Student Center, Building 23

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Summer Vacation

Maximize your summer vacation, keep your mind moving, prepped for fall classes.

Summertime means enjoying some time off from school.

During your break, be sure to keep your mind working so fall classes don’t seem so overwhelming. Here are three helpful hints to keep your mind moving:

Number 1 - make studying fun. Stay on your ‘game’ through show and tell. Talk to others (family, friends) about what you have learned or demonstrate your knowledge/creativity through a fun summer activity.

Number 2 - play like a kid, think like an adult. Kids love playing games, parents love it when their children learn. Combine the two – especially with subjects like math and english. Sharing your abilities with pint sized students benefit everyone involved.

Number 3 – attitude is everything. Maintain a positive attitude during your summer break and be open to practicing healthy study habits. Keep up the hard work your efforts are paying off.

Monday, August 3, 2009

Reminder for Fall of 2009

"Classes start September 28"

Sign up now for fall classes, programs fill up fast. Stop by and check out the book store for your supplies, books, flash drives and more. Now is a great time to visit Expressions uniform store for most of your program needs. You will find both of them in the “Sharon McGavick Student Center” Bld.23.

Our counselors can help you with your scheduling needs. Thank you for choosing Clover Park Technical College for your avenue to success.
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