Spotlighting Desiree Dotterman
Nov17

Spotlighting Desiree Dotterman

Fullerton College students come from all walks of life – each one with an individual story of how they arrived at FC, challenges and achievements they’ve experienced along the way, and most importantly, a goal of where they’re headed beyond Fullerton College. Their stories help connect us, inspire us, and give meaning to the fact that Community Lives Here. Meet Desiree Dotterman! Dotterman arrived at Fullerton College by way of...

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Automotive Technology Hosts Career Fair with Top OC Dealerships
Nov17

Automotive Technology Hosts Career Fair with Top OC Dealerships

Fullerton College students in the Automotive Technology Department had the opportunity to network with some of Orange County’s top dealership service directors and shop managers during the Dealership Career Event held at Fullerton College on November 14. Through a partnership with Orange County Automobile Dealers Association (OCADA), more than 30 students participated in the event, which hosted representatives from Rennick Suburu,...

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Teacher Pathway Program Hosts High School Visits
Nov14

Teacher Pathway Program Hosts High School Visits

This fall, the Orange County Teacher Pathway Partnership at Fullerton College hosted visits for Katella, La Habra, and Sunny Hills high school students interested in becoming teachers. The Teacher Pathway Partnership is a program that guides high school and college students to explore and pursue the many opportunities available in the education profession. More than 80 students and their advisors toured Fullerton College on September...

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Communication Studies Department Hosts Career Pathway Forum
Nov13

Communication Studies Department Hosts Career Pathway Forum

The Fullerton College Communication Studies Department hosted a Career Pathways Forum for Communication Studies majors on November 8 in the College Center. The forum included five panelists from various career fields who all shared the importance of developing strong and effective verbal communication skills for today’s competitive job market. Many also expressed the relevance of obtaining a Communication Studies degree and the...

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Banned Books Contest, Three Finalists Selected
Nov09

Banned Books Contest, Three Finalists Selected

Three students have been selected to receive cash prizes for the Banned Books Essay Contest which took place from early September to October 13. The Banned Books Essay Contest coincided with Banned Books Week, a national annual celebration spearheaded by the American Library Association that celebrates the freedom to read. Students who submitted essays were asked to answer one of three essay prompts regarding controversial books....

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Veterans Day Events This Week

Several activities will take place this week in recognition of Veterans Week. The Wall of Remembrance traveling memorial arrived on campus Monday morning and is located in the quad. On  Wednesday, Nov. 8,  Circle up in the VRC With Dr. Snetter is at  12:30 p.m. And on Thursday, Nov. 9 the  Veteran Appreciation BBQ is in the quad from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Vets eat for free.  The campus will be closed on Friday, Nov. 10 in observance of...

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