Seven LA County college promise programs will work together to share resources and ideas to improve students' education outcomes.
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A new partnership with hotel operator Singpoli Group gave 14 students the skills to run a boutique hotel.
The college's 2016-17 annual report to the community has been released.
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The college has named Salvatrice Cummo as executive director of economic workforce and development, PCC's liaison to the business community.
PCC's nonprofit charitable arm aims to raise $10-12 million in coming years to support academic programs at the college.
In a statement to the campus community, PCC Superintendent-President Rajen Vurdien highlighted the campus' commitment to marginalized communities.
More than 100 students make up the initial class of the PCC Promise, which grants one year of tuition-free college to eligible students.
Rajen Vurdien, PCC's 15th president, announced his retirement effective June 30, 2018.