The Treasure Valley Community College Foundation's Third Annual Garden and Outdoor Living Tour, featuring seven lovely area gardens and outdoor living spaces, will take place Saturday, June 18. Tickets for the self-guided tour can be purchased at Red Apple Marketplace, Amai Medspa, Andrews Seed, Four Rivers Cultural Center Gift Shop, Jolts & Juice and Salon Salon.
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Working to Help Ugandan Children
Members of Phi Theta Kappa at TVCC collected used denim clothing from students, faculty and staff, and held a day-long "cutting" event, to cut the denim to be used for shoes for Ugandan children, to protect them from jiggers, a parasite that burrows into the skin on the childrens' feet.. The cut pieces were then shipped away to be manufactured into shoes.
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At TVCC, we know learning takes place inside - and outside - the classroom. Field trips, experiential learning, internships and cooperative learning classes enhance your academic opportunities. Real world experience - taught by faculty who really know their subjects - makes TVCC the right choice.
Four employees in Treasure Valley Community College's IT department got their start in the cooperative work experience program, working in the department for college credit.
Playing in the sandbox, or learning? One TVCC program allows students to do both simultaneously.
Oregon middle- and high school students will have the opportunity to experience hands-on learning with Aerospace Technology during an Aerospace Technology Camp to be held on the Ontario campus Aug. 1-12.
Single father Jeremy Johnson is grateful for the support he's received from the TVCC Foundation, and once he's settled in his nursing career, hopes to help students himself.