Virtual December 2020 Commencement Messages

Portland Community College celebrates the accomplishments of our 2020 graduates with this virtual Commencement ceremony.

Source: Portland Community College

  • 4 Tips for Student Loan Repayment
    There are a lot of choices when it comes to student loans, especially repayment. Here are 4 key steps to help you get started when repaying your student loans. Learn more about how to repay your student loans at: https://www.collegeavestudentloans.com/blog/how-to-repay-student-loans/ For […]
  • CCC Board Of Governors Meeting | September 2020 Part A
    The California Community Colleges Board of Governors sets policy and provides guidance for the 116 colleges that constitute the system. The 17-member board is appointed by the governor and formally interacts with state and federal officials and other organizations. The board selects a chancellor […]
  • Veterinarian Reduces Her Student Loan Payment By 600$
    To schedule a one on one call with a tutor you can contact us at: contact@studentloantutor.com 510-900-6360 facebook.com/studentloantutor Mention that you came from YouTube for a 20% discount on your personalized repayment plan strategy. Refer a friend and we’ll refund you the entire cost! […]
  • Register now for Winter 2021 classes at Everett Community College
    http://everettcc.edu Registration is open for new and returning students for Winter quarter. Get your classes now at http://EverettCC.edu/Classes. Winter classes start Jan. 4. Source: Everett Community College […]
  • Dr. Chris Colgin on Student Loan Strategies & Pandemic Assistance
    Learn about: how the Covid forbearance period is ending soon, how to remove the federal student loan debt burden long term and a few tips for navigating the complicated processes of Pandemic Assistance. Join Student Loan Tutor’s Michael Cundick (Director of Operations) & Past President of […]
  • Ryan Ackerman 11/16/2020
    Ryan Ackerman, Senior Pastor, Cornerstone Church – Pray & Don’t Lose Heart, Luke 18: 1-8 – Gordon College – Monday, Nov 16, 2020 Source: Gordon College […]
  • Make the Most of Your Winter – Online! De Anza College Winter Quarter 2021 | De Anza College
    Enroll now and make the most of your time – online! All classes will be held online in fall quarter 2021 at De Anza College, the college that’s always Tops in Transfer – and more! deanza.edu/apply-and-register De Anza College is always • Tops in Transfer: Always at or near the top statewide in […]
  • Portland Community College President Mark Mitsui’s Election Day Message
    PCC President Mark Mitsui addresses the college community about the importance of this moment and underscores the significance in an inclusive democracy of the right to vote. Source: Portland Community College […]
  • De Anza College 2020 Commencement: Orrin Mahoney
    #deanzagrad2020 #deanzacollege De Anza College is • Tops in Transfer: Always at or near the top statewide in community college transfers to the University of California, California State University and private universities • Tops in Career Training: Award-winning programs designed by industry […]
  • Defending Our Den: “But still try, for who knows what is possible.”
    Mark Schneider, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean of the College and leader of the COVID-19 Virus Taskforce, shares the strategy used the fall semester and how we kept our students, faculty and staff safe. The extraordinary measures undertaken by the college have required significant […]
  • CAN/DID: Inclusion in Practice at De Anza College: Intercultural Studies Part I | De Anza College
    CAN/DID: Standing Against Racism and Injustice CAN/DID is an ongoing multimedia series that explores equity and social justice issues – including lessons we can all learn from the struggles of different groups and individuals – by drawing on the knowledge and experience of De Anza College students, […]
  • Between Spring And Summer Movement 2
    Composer: Daniel Powers Performing group: Blinn College Saxophone Quartet- Under the direction of Mr. Brian Klekar Performers: Denzel Blackmon- Soprano Saxophone Kyle Truss- Alto Saxophone Michael Yocum- Tenor Saxophone Ohany Acosta- Baritone Saxophone Source: Blinn College […]
  • How to Ace Your First Job Interview After College
    Getting the opportunity to have an in-person interview is a big deal, so be sure you don’t take it for granted. According to Career Sidekick, the average hiring manager will only invite 2-4 candidates for an in-person interview. Starting the next step in life – your career – can be scary, but don’t […]
  • In-Person Career Technical Education Returns to CCC!
    Online learning is still going strong at Clackamas Community College—and we’re excited that certain in-person Career Technical Education classes are back! These classes and programs require masks and social distancing measures. Learn more: https://www.clackamas.edu/return-to-campus Discover […]
  • She Saved Over $50 Thousand With a Private Student Loan Settlement
    Source: #1 Student Loan Lawyer | Tate Law […]
  • 1040Now Review | Misses The Mark in 2021
    1040Now is again a tax software program that most people should avoid in our opinion. Here’s our full 1040Now review: https://theci.co/1040nowreview Here’s what we’re talking about in this video: ▶︎ How 1040Now says free file, but we couldn’t find any free pricing tiers ▶︎ […]
  • Kurt Lange Feb 17, 2021
    Kurt Lange, Lead Pastor, East Coast International Church, Lynn, – Living a Faith-Filled Life, John 4 – Gordon College Chapel – Wednesday, February 17, 2021 Source: Gordon College […]
  • Portland Community College President Mark Mitsui’s Election Day Message (ASL version)
    ASL interpretation of PCC President Mark Mitsui’s address to the college community about the importance of this moment and underscores the significance in an inclusive democracy of the right to vote. Source: Portland Community College […]
  • What does “community” mean to you?
    What does “community” mean to you? We recently interviewed a student at St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Steven K., who is a chapter leader of the National Black Deaf Advocates (NBDA) organization. Steven is dedicated to supporting Black Deaf and Hard of Hearing Americans by ensuring they have access […]
  • Feeling Frustrated About Your Student Debt? Here’s the High Cost of Student Loan Complexity
    It’s no secret that student loan debt affects people’s lives — and not in a good way. The ever-increasing student loan debt is a major cause of frustration and stress for many college graduates in America. Why is that? Who benefits from student loan complexity? Join me as I discuss why you need to […]
  • Ericka Huggins – Voting
    Ericka Huggins, educator, advocate and former Black Panther Party Leader, spoke with De Anza College students at the Euphrat Museum of Art on Feb. 20, 2020. Her talk was sponsored by the Office of Equity, Social Justice and Multicultural Education. Ericka Huggins https://www.erickahuggins.com/ Us […]
  • Strategy for Paying Off Massive Private Student Loan Debt
    Irritated by the conversation I had with the young lady earlier today who makes $40 thousand per year and owes $270 thousand in private student loans, I recorded this video. In it, I break down your options, as I see them, for dealing with that massive amount of private student loan debt with a […]
  • Will Coaches Hold It Against Athletes Who Did Not Hold a Season?
    Our experts break down if college coaches will hold it against athletes who did not have a season for their sport? RESOURCES Keep track of all NCAA recruiting updates – https://www.ncsasports.org/coronavirus-sports/ncaa-recruiting-suspended NCAA recruiting rules – […]
  • How to be Coachable and Why it Matters to College Coaches
    A student-athlete’s character and coachability factors high in what college coaches are looking for in recruits. Our experts discuss how to be coachable and why being coachable is so important. RESOURCES: ===================== For more on coachability, check out: […]
  • $100 Million Donation Committed to California Community Colleges
    Historic philanthropic gift will support California community colleges who are most in need. Charitable gifts of any size can help provide our students with the financial aid they need to achieve their educational goals and build a better life for themselves and their families. To find out how you […]
  • Late Night Breakfast!
    Near the end of each term, on a surprise date, Bennington students are treated to Late Night Breakfast—a welcome break from their studies and stress. The ringing of the Commons bell summons them to the Dining Hall, where faculty and staff serve up breakfast food, and all unwind with music and […]
  • Myth: You Don’t Need to Use a College Recruiting Service
    Our recruiting experts address why student-athletes, their families, and college coaches should use a college recruiting service like NCSA. For more on this topic, check out: https://www.ncsasports.org/articles-1/recruiting-services Have a question you want answered? Comment below or send an email […]
  • NCSA Reviews | Volleyball Parent Scott Fuller
    Former volleyball parent Scott Fuller shares his review of NCSA as a college recruiting service. RESOURCES: ===================== NCSA Volleyball Reviews from Parents, Athletes and Coaches https://www.ncsasports.org/ncsa-reviews/volleyball-reviews Do college coaches use NCSA? In short, Yes! […]
  • DeJardin Hall time-lapse
    In November 2014, voters in the Clackamas Community College district approved a $90-million bond measure that is being used to update and expand college classrooms and labs and modernize equipment to meet industry standards. Passage of the bond also results in CCC receiving $32 million in state […]
  • What Is Cost of Attendance? | College Ave Student Loans
    One of the most confusing things about going to college is figuring out how much it’s going to cost. You may have heard about "cost of attendance", but what does that mean? Find out the answers from College Ave Student Loans. Learn more about cost of attendance: […]
  • Building Connections at CCC
    Not only does Clackamas Community College build connections for our students, but we are also building connections between our actual buildings. On Jan. 19, 2021, we broke through a wall to connect our new Wacheno Welcome Center to the Bill Brod Community Center. The new building will house most of […]
  • Making a Football Kicker, Punter Skills Video During COVID-19
    Learn how to make a football kicker or punter skills video during COVID-19 and what college coaches are looking for at your position/level. Watch our football kicker and punter expert analyze skills footage and get actionable tips for showcasing the skills coaches want to see in your video. NCSA […]
  • Jemar Tisby Feb 26, 2021
    Jemar Tisby, co-founder of The Witness: A Black Christian Collective – Truth-telling as Healthy Prophetic Living – Gordon College – Friday, Feb 26, 2021 Source: Gordon College […]
  • Why is Haverford a good choice for underrepresented students?
    Source: Haverford College […]
  • Visiting College – Navigating College Admissions
    Quadrangles, libraries, classrooms . . . oh my! We all have a picture in our minds of what a college campus looks like. We sat down with Zach Evans, Deputy Director of Admissions at UChicago, to talk about why you should visit a campus yourself before you apply. Source: UChicago College Admissions […]
  • UCARE’s Katie Turek on Community Service During a Pandemic
    Katie Turek, associate director of UCARE (Ursinus Center for Advocacy, Responsibility and Engagement), discusses the importance of community service and the innovative ways students can help others even while being remote. Source: Ursinus College […]
  • Between Spring and Summer Movement 1
    Composer: Daniel Powers Performing group: Blinn College Saxophone Quartet- Under the direction of Mr. Brian Klekar Performers: Denzel Blackmon- Soprano Saxophone Kyle Truss- Alto Saxophone Michael Yocum- Tenor Saxophone Ohany Acosta- Baritone Saxophone Source: Blinn College […]
  • Art & Sciences
    Mike chats with Director of Arts & Sciences Kendra Bergenske about general education and exploring your options. Source: Western Iowa Tech Community College […]
  • Will President Biden Make College Free?
    Read the full article: https://www.studentloanplanner.com/biden-changes-student-loans/ Source: Student Loan Planner […]
  • How To Apply for the FAFSA
    One of the most important things you can do is filling out the FAFSA to apply for college financial aid. Watch to see the simple steps to applying and why the FAFSA is the cornerstone of determining you’re best path to pay for college. Learn more about applying for the FAFSA: […]
  • Virtual Opening Day 2020 | De Anza College
    #deanzacollege This is an edited version of the original video. JUMP TO A CHAPTER: 0:00 – Pre-roll 15:00 – Introduction Lloyd Holmes President, De Anza College 19:09 – Equity Video Series Trailer 21:08 – Employee Anniversaries 25:26 – Katelyn Pan President, De Anza […]
  • How has Haverford Helped You Grow?
    Source: Haverford College […]
  • 5 FREE minutes of THERAPY as you head into 2021
    Do you feel like you could use five free minutes of therapy as you kick off the new year? Maybe you’re a current student preparing for the return to campus, or maybe you’re a high school senior in the midst of your college search. In either case, you’re about to experience transition. And as Reid […]
  • Sophia Kovalevich – Everett Clinic Foundation Scholarship
    Source: Everett Community College […]
  • Counseling and Student Success
    Welcome to Everett Community College Counseling & Student Success. Source: Everett Community College […]
  • Dr. Andy Owen Interview
    How Dr. Owen went from paying around $1800 a month to ZERO dollars a month on his student loans. Source: Student Loan Tutor […]
  • Getting Started on Your College Essays | College Covered
    In many ways, the most important conversation a school has with you comes in the form of your essay. Sure, SAT® and ACT® exams and transcripts provide an outline of your credentials, but it’s the essay that colors the application with your hopes, dreams and strengths. Think of it as your pitch: […]
  • Filling Out the FAFSA | College Covered
    Every year, high school grads walk away from billions — as much as $2.7 billion in 2015 — in free federal grant money that could help pay for college, according to NerdWallet. Why? Because they don’t fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, aka the FAFSA®. With nearly 130 questions […]
  • 10 Interesting Ways You Can Make Money Driving
    If you’re looking for ways to make money, driving is a great way to boost your income. Read the full article here: https://theci.co/makemoneydrivingyoutube Here’s what we’re talking about in this video: ▶︎ Ride-Sharing ▶︎ App-Based Delivery ▶︎ Renting Your Car ▶︎ Helping People […]
  • Growth Investing | What It Is And How To Start
    What do Tesla and Amazong stocks have in common? They’re growth stocks. Here’s what that means: https://theci.co/growthinvesting Here’s what we’re talking about in this video: ▶︎ What is growth investing? ▶︎ Growth Investing vs. Value Investing ▶︎ How to evaluate potential […]
  • High School vs. College Sports: The Major Differences
    What does life after high schools sports look like for those that want to continue to play in college? How are college sports different than high school sports? Our recruiting experts discuss the key differences. TIMECODES 1:08 Show Outline 1:55 High school vs. college sports 2:54 Training is more […]
  • The Wisdom of Fools: Christianity and the Break in the Classical Tradition
    Shadi Bartsch, the Ann L. and Lawrence B. Buttenwieser Professor of Classics, presents her lecture at the 33rd annual Humanities Day. She examines the clash between Greco-Roman philosophy and the beliefs of early Christian scholars. Source: UChicago College Admissions […]
  • ESCAMAS IV. Carreteros
    Source: Blinn College […]
  • Congratulations to Class of 2020!
    In advance of Bennington College’s 85th Commencement and first-ever virtual ceremony, faculty and staff offer their congratulations to the bold, brilliant, and resilient Class of 2020. All Commencement exercises will be posted on: […]
  • Joining a Study Group
    How to join online study groups put on by PCC’s Academic Support Centers. For more information: pcc.edu/tutoring Source: Portland Community College […]
  • Jose Marroquin Ruiz – Pride Scholarship
    Source: Everett Community College […]
  • Why did you choose Haverford?
    Source: Haverford College […]
  • We are the Fighting Scots: Gordon Athletics
    Whether you’re a spectator or a competitor, Gordon Athletics gives you athletes and teammates to be proud of. Step onto the track, the field or the court and you’ll see that our student-athletes strive for sportsmanship just as much as they strive for excellence. Like lacrosse player Matthew […]
  • Make the Most of Your Fall – Online! De Anza College Fall Quarter 2020 | De Anza College
    Enroll now and make the most of your time – online! All classes will be held online in fall quarter 2020 at De Anza College, the college that’s always Tops in Transfer – and more! deanza.edu/apply-and-register De Anza College is always • Tops in Transfer: Always at or near the top statewide in […]
  • Cross Entropy as it Relates to Entropy
    A UChicago Professor guides students through a proof showing cross entropy as being greater than entropy. Source: UChicago College Admissions […]