1 Killed, 2 Injured In Sacramento City College Shooting; Shooter Still At Large - http://www.morningnewsusa.com/1-killed-2-injured-in-sacramento-city-college-shooting-shooter-still-at-large-2335158.html

1 Killed, 2 Injured In Sacramento City College Shooting; Shooter Still At Large - http://www.morningnewsusa.com/1-killed-2-injured-in-sacramento-city-college-shooting-shooter-still-at-large-2335158.html

California Community College in Quincy, CA...about 1,000 student, reasonable tuition, wonderful outdoor life, small town feel, four seasons.....about 3 hours from Sacramento, CA and about 2 hours from Reno, NV......

California Community College in Quincy, CA...about 1,000 student, reasonable tuition, wonderful outdoor life, small town feel, four seasons.....about 3 hours from Sacramento, CA and about 2 hours from Reno, NV......

Best Design of a Parking Facility with More than 800 Spaces: American River College Parking Structure, Los Rios Community College District, Sacramento, Calif.

Best Design of a Parking Facility with More than 800 Spaces: American River College Parking Structure, Los Rios Community College District, Sacramento, Calif.

Community colleges changing career training for future jobs | The Sacramento Bee

Community colleges changing career training for future jobs | The Sacramento Bee

Ms. Katrina Salazar, CPA, Vice President of the CBA, was appointed to the CBA in December 2012 by Governor Brown, and served as Secretary/Treasurer prior to her election as Vice President in November 2014. She also served as the Executive Director of the Rotary Club of Sacramento, Chief Financial Officer at the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges and the American Red Cross Sacramento Sierra Chapter.

Ms. Katrina Salazar, CPA, Vice President of the CBA, was appointed to the CBA in December 2012 by Governor Brown, and served as Secretary/Treasurer prior to her election as Vice President in November 2014. She also served as the Executive Director of the Rotary Club of Sacramento, Chief Financial Officer at the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges and the American Red Cross Sacramento Sierra Chapter.

The two-year community college, Sacramento City College – formerly Sacramento Junior College – is Sacramento’s oldest institution of higher learning. Photo by Lance Armstrong

The two-year community college, Sacramento City College – formerly Sacramento Junior College – is Sacramento’s oldest institution of higher learning. Photo by Lance Armstrong

HAPPY COFFEE DAY AMIGOS!  I love coffee. More specifically, I love lattes. Like a lot. My college  pastime was visiting new coffee shops with friends and I tried to keep that  up once I moved back to the suburbs, but there just weren’t enough shops to  explore. Sacramento doesn’t have that problem. There are so many coffee  shops that last week, in anticipation for National Coffee Day (the best of  the made up holidays if you ask me), I decided to sip my way through my  neighborhood. I went…

Dear Sacramento, I Already Love You A Latte

HAPPY COFFEE DAY AMIGOS! I love coffee. More specifically, I love lattes. Like a lot. My college pastime was visiting new coffee shops with friends and I tried to keep that up once I moved back to the suburbs, but there just weren’t enough shops to explore. Sacramento doesn’t have that problem. There are so many coffee shops that last week, in anticipation for National Coffee Day (the best of the made up holidays if you ask me), I decided to sip my way through my neighborhood. I went…

Founded in 1989, the mission of the Center for International Trade Development (CITD) at State Center Community College District is to promote California’s international trade and competitiveness, assist exporters, grow sustainable farming operations, and advance economic and job growth. The CITD also assists California business with expanding internationally, as well as helps colleges become more globalized. Our free or low-cost programs and services include one-on-one technical assistance…

Founded in 1989, the mission of the Center for International Trade Development (CITD) at State Center Community College District is to promote California’s international trade and competitiveness, assist exporters, grow sustainable farming operations, and advance economic and job growth. The CITD also assists California business with expanding internationally, as well as helps colleges become more globalized. Our free or low-cost programs and services include one-on-one technical assistance…

Toohey-Maeda, 64, had worked for the Los Rios Community College district since August 1991. Maeda was 65 when he passed and had been a professor at City College since 1989. Maeda also a Sacramento State professor and, according to The Sacramento Bee, “was one of California’s leading voices on Japanese American history.”

Toohey-Maeda, 64, had worked for the Los Rios Community College district since August 1991. Maeda was 65 when he passed and had been a professor at City College since 1989. Maeda also a Sacramento State professor and, according to The Sacramento Bee, “was one of California’s leading voices on Japanese American history.”

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