Guam – Guam Community College will hold its EXPRESS REGISTRATION for new and returning students from Wednesday, January 12 – Friday, January 14, from 9 A.M. – 5 P.M. in the GCC Multipurpose Auditorium. Express Registration combines all aspects of registration – academic departments, counseling, financial aid, health requirements, and cashier, in one area for the convenience of students.
Registration for Spring semester classes is currently ongoing in the Student Services & Administration Building (Bldg. 2000) from 8 AM – 5PM. Classes start on January 19, 2011. For more information about registering for GCC classes, call 735-5531.
BASIC PROJECT MANAGEMENT COURSE
January 18 – March 17, Tu-Thu 6-8:30 PM.
Instructors: Dr. Karri Perez, University of Guam; and Clarence V. Lagutang, Project Manager/Mechanical Engineer for Capital Improvements at NAVFAC. Call GCC’s Office of Continuing Education & Workforce Development at 735-5574 to register or for more information.
GCC’S Basic Project Management Course is designed for employees who will need Project Management certification in order to remain competitive for military buildup jobs, or who want to strengthen their project management skills or credentials. “This course is ideal for professionals who wish to pursue Project Management Professional (PMP®) designation or Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) from PMI® (Project Management Institute)” said Victor Rodgers, GCC Asst. Director for Continuing Education and Workforce Development. Rodgers notes that this is the credential in Project Management for those who possess a high school education or an associate’s degree. “It puts you in a better position to meet federal contract requirements, and be more competitive for those buildup jobs,” Rodgers said.
COLLEGE ACCESS CHALLENGE GRANT PROGRAM (CACGP)
FREE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Saturday, January 22 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM Multipurpose Auditorium (Bldg. 400)
College Access Challenge Grant Program is inviting ALL high school students to attend a Professional Development Day, where they will learn about team building, setting career goals, leadership, making the right life choices, self-management, and college preparation. Topics will include how to afford college and obtaining financial aid. 100 slots available on a first come, first serve basis. SAVE YOUR SPOT TODAY! To register or for more information, students can go through their respective school counselor, or they or their parents can call CACGP Program Specialist Millie Lujan Afaisen or Program Coordinators Lila L. Cruz or Pascual S. Artero II at 735-5565/0221 or email email@example.com