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Video gallery is a new biweekly feature of the Community College Times that highlights videos from two-year colleges across the country covering an array of topics, from workforce development and student success, to infrastructure and sustainability.
To encourage an interdisciplinary style of learning, faculty at Hagerstown Community College routinely hold a "criminal response emergency assessment scenario," in which graduating students from the registered nursing, practical nursing, radiography and medical imaging and paramedic emergency services programs are brought together for a day of intense training based on real-life scenarios.
Tallahassee Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing Training Center offers Manufacturing Fundamentals, a course targeted at career changers and displaced workers.
Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) graduates Charles Brown and Rosie Tangtrakul talk about their experience at RVCC and how it helped them succeed.
Kelley McDonald, a students at Dakota County Technical College, discusses her interest in nanotechnology.
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