News Index / October 2008
Central Arizona College offering free financial aid workshops on Nov. 12, Dec. 3 at Signal Peak
Central Arizona College will be offering a pair of free financial aid workshops on Nov. 12 and Dec. 3 at its Signal Peak Campus to help relieve the stress students and parents may feel when filing for higher education financial assistance.
Want free tickets to see a show at The Pence? CAC is recruiting volunteer ushers for 2008-09
Central Arizona College’s Community Events Office is recruiting community members who are interested in seeing great entertainment for free at the institution’s Don P. Pence Center for Visual and Performing Arts on the Signal Peak Campus.
CAC helping fight against breast cancer with Pilates for Pink event on Sunday, Oct. 26
Central Arizona College in conjunction with Shape magazine is supporting the fight against breast cancer on Sunday, Oct. 26, with a pair of special Pilates for Pink workout sessions at the Signal Peak Campus.
Accessibility for Pinal County residents is what defines Central Arizona College
For nearly 40 years, Central Arizona College has served Pinal County by providing high-quality, affordable educational programs.
Jeff Ross & Irena Levy team up to teach the teachers with their innovative tutoring activity
During their years of teaching English, Jeff Ross and Irena Levy have impacted the lives of students with a caring attitude and a set of stellar teaching skills.
Central Arizona College massage clinic reopens Oct. 20 at Superstition Mountain Campus
Central Arizona College’s soothing massage clinic at its Superstition Mountain Campus will reopen the week of Oct. 20 for the residents of Pinal County and surrounding area to enjoy.
C.A.L.L. unveils journey around the world without ever leaving Central Arizona College
The Central Arizona College Lifelong Learners (C.A.L.L.) program has a virtual ticket for vicarious travel during its Around the World Series this fall.
Freeheld documentary, discussion comes to CAC’s Signal Peak Campus October 20
Central Arizona College is sponsoring an evening of film and discussion on Monday, Oct. 20, when the Academy Award-winning documentary Freeheld is shown on the Signal Peak Campus.
C.A.L.L. unearthing spies, colorful characters at CAC Corporate Center
Arizona’s history includes Syrian camel drivers, female stagecoach robbers, Civil War spies, and a cast of colorful characters that make today’s eclectic personalities seem rather vanilla.
Meet a smart car or drive on corn: C.A.L.L. offering environmentally friendly classes
From shedding plastic bags in favor of reusable cloth in grocery stores, to purchasing more fuel- efficient vehicles, members of the public are choosing the environment.
Walt Disney World Internship program recruiting students at CAC Oct. 14-15
The Walt Disney World Internship program will be making its recruitment stop at Central Arizona College Oct. 14-15 at three locations around the Pinal County Community College District.