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Before stepping into limelight of their careers, CAC students looking for shadowing opportunity

To succeed in today’s job market, it’s not only who you know, but also what you know.

Central Arizona College’s Office of Career and Student Employment Services is currently seeking sponsors for a job shadow program geared toward helping today’s students learn all they need to know about their fields of interest.

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Be a Part of the Circle Cross K-8 Legacy of Art!

Circle Cross Ranch has a way for our students’ legacy to remain a part of our school forever!  Ms. Ross, our art teacher, is taking orders for our til...

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Be a part of Coolidge High School history!

Be a part of Coolidge High School history!  Buy your commemorative brick paver today.

Coolidge High School is selling commemorative brick pavers that you can have personally engraved. All proceeds will go towards the renovation of the CHS Roundhouse and new weight room equipment.

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BBQ, movie under the stars headline Welcome Week at CAC’s Superstition Mountain Campus

With Central Arizona College ready to unveil its new-look Superstition Mountain Campus, the college is welcoming its students and staff for the beginning of a new academic year.

Welcome Week, billed as an opportunity for attendees to make new friends, is a 10-day event full of activities open and free to all CAC students, faculty and staff. The event will take place Monday through Friday, Aug. 20-31, at the Superstition Mountain Campus in Apache Junction, Ariz., just north of U.S. Route 60 at the intersection of Broadway and Idaho roads.

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At the age of 15, Kimberly Koerth will collect her associate degree from Central Arizona College

Scholar, band member, honor society affiliate, club participant, intern, and scholarship recipient - Kimberly Koerth is the definition of an accelerated student.

Having skipped a grade back at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School, Koerth has always been younger than her classmates, but age isn’t the only thing that sets her apart.

The 15-year-old Koerth will be graduating this May from high school and also will be receiving her associate of arts degree from Central Arizona College.

Few students receive college acceptance letters before they are even old enough to drive.

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ASU Honors Combs High School

Arizona State University recently awarded Combs High School with the ‘Lead and Inspire Honorable Mention’ for the Rural High School Division. This is the third year this award is neing awarded and recognizes Arizona schools for their efforts to include more students in rigorous coursework and involve students in activities that can lead to success.

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Astronomy Night at J.O. Combs Middle School

J.O. Combs Middle School and the East Valley Astronomy Club partnered to host Astronomy Night on Monday, November 10.

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As the assistant director of admissions & recruitment, Coronel’s payday is helping students achieve their goals

Central Arizona College is proud to welcome back Sean Coronel as the new assistant director of admissions and recruitment.

Coronel has a long history with CAC, dating back to when he first began taking classes here.

As a first generation college student from Coolidge who graduated from Coolidge High School, Coronel’s family encouraged him to pursue a degree.

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Art Moncibaez, Coolidge's A+ School Employee of the Year

San Tan Heights Elementary School Principal Laurie Black, Art Moncibaez, Superintendent Dr. Cecilia Johnson and Governing Board Vice President Thomas Shope, Jr.

At Coolidge Unified School District’s December 14th regular Governing Board meeting, Art Moncibaez was recognized as Coolidge’s A+ School Employee of the Year.  

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Arizona photographer Gary Allen Brown’s work coming to CAC’s Visual Arts Gallery

As the desert summer begins, the Central Arizona College Visual Arts Gallery will host the work of another fresh artist.

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CAC adds 3 culinary classes at campus in Maricopa

Poston Butte teachers David Carpenter and Mary Ploense display their D’Backs pride after receiving a $5,000 grant from the D’Backs Give Back To School Challenge Program

Whether you enjoy cooking as a hobby, or you plan to pursue a career in all things tasty, Central Arizona College’s culinary arts program now is offering an outlet to all foodies within the city of Maricopa.

The program will be expanding its selection of classes to the college’s brand-new campus in the city of Maricopa for the upcoming spring semester.

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CAC & Rose Law Group team up for free Estate Planning & Asset Protection Workshop March 24

Central Arizona College and the Rose Law Group are teaming up to offer a free workshop on Estate Planning and Asset Protection this Saturday, March 24, from 12:30-1:15 p.m. at the Signal Peak Campus.

The 45-minute information session will take place in Room N125 of the Sizer Building at the Signal Peak Campus which is located at 8470 N. Overfield Rd. between the cities of Coolidge and Casa Grande.

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C.A.L.L. dials up Book Discussion Group

If you enjoy reading and discussing contemporary literature, then consider joining Central Arizona College’s Book Discussion Group at the Superstition Mountain Campus.

Offered by CAC’s C.A.L.L. program and facilitated by Carol Deike, the group will meet four Mondays throughout the spring from 10 a.m.-Noon. The dates of each meeting are Jan. 23, Feb. 20, March 19 and April 16. The cost for joining the group is $20.

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Brown Bag Talk Series rolls into Signal Peak Campus with Chinese Culture and Meet & Greet Aug. 31

Central Arizona College’s Brown Bag Talks Series invites the public to a Chinese Culture and Meet & Greet on Friday, Aug. 31, from 12-1 p.m., at the Signal Peak Campus.

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Brown Bag Talk Series kicks off Aug. 21 Chinese Culture and Meet & Greet at Casa Grande Center

To kick off its fall series of Brown Bag Talks, Central Arizona College invites the public to a Chinese Culture and Meet & Greet on Tuesday, Aug. 21, from 12-1 p.m., at the institution’s Casa Grande Center.

Visiting professor Hao Lixia will lead the event. Hao comes straight from Northeastern University in Shenyang, China, where she is a member of the university’s English faculty.

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Bron Thompson was honored as FUSD Certified (Teacher) Employee of the Month for December

Bron Thompson was honored as the Certified (Teacher) Employee of the Month for December. Thompson has been at Skyline Ranch since the school opened. "I have seen him develop his teaching skills over the years, and I am proud to share his success with you tonight," stated Principal Maribel Lopez.

"You can enter his classroom at any time of the day and you will find students who are ready and eager to learn.

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Bring your lunch to Insurance Brown Bag Talk March 9 at CAC’s San Tan Center

Continuing its series of Brown Bag Talks, Central Arizona College invites the public to Insurance 101 on Friday, March 9, from 12-1 p.m. at the institution’s San Tan Center.

This is a no-cost event and is open to the community.

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Bring your lunch for homebuyer’s Brown Bag Talk Sept. 11 at CAC’s Signal Peak Campus

Central Arizona College invites the public to bring its lunch to the Signal Peak Campus and enjoy How to Buy a House on Tuesday, Sept. 11, from 12-1 p.m.

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Bring your dinner to Social Media and Basic Computing Brown Bag Talk Sept. 13 at CAC’s Coolidge Center

Continuing its series of Brown Bag Talks, Central Arizona College invites the public to bring its dinner and enjoy a Social Media & General Computing Workshop on Thursday, Sept. 13, from 6-7 p.m. at the college’s Coolidge Center.

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Bingo for Books

On Wednesday, March 4, the Title One Program held Books for Bingo at Magma Ranch. This event was free to all students and parents. The purpose of the night was to inform parents on how they can help their children when reading at home, as well as help facilitate a love of reading for their children.

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