Housatonic Community College (HCC) hosted a Careers in Manufacturing Expo 2022 on May 4, connecting 28 manufacturing firms from Connecticut with those interested in the field and prospective employees.

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Alexandros Valiantis has a long history with Housatonic Community College and the Bridgeport area. Alexandros is a first generation American of Ecuadorean and Cypriot heritage born and raised in Queens, New York where Alexandros parents met then raised a family before relocating to Connecticut in 2002. Alexandros recalls exploring the city of Bridgeport after school post moving to Connecticut with his parents who were both in real estate and would bring their kids along for showings all around the city.

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On Wednesday, May 4, Housatonic Community College (HCC) invites job seekers to Careers In Manufacturing Expo 2022. The free event is an opportunity to discover in-demand manufacturing positions, learn about the industry, meet employers, and explore the HCC advanced manufacturing technology center. Refreshments provided, including caterng from Taco Loco’s taco truck.

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The Housatonic Community College Foundation (HCCF) announces the appointment of two new members to its Board of Directors: Willie McBride, Jr. and Ramon Peralta. These appointments bring the total number of current HCCF Board members to eighteen.

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On Wednesday, May 4 Housatonic Community College (HCC) invites the community to the 22nd annual Sidewalk Art Festival. The free event is an area favorite, taking place from 11am – 2pm in the college’s courtyard.

A variety of artists will display their unique talents using only chalk media. Graffiti artists, performances by Live World Band, spin art, food and refreshments add to the festive atmosphere.

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Housatonic Community College (HCC) showed its support for the environment with an outdoor Earth Day celebration on Thursday, April 21. The annual event offered students, faculty and staff hands-on opportunities to renew their respect for the planet.

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On Saturday, April 23 Housatonic Community College (HCC) will host a fundraiser for Ukraine featuring a craft fair, art auction and culturally immersive event.

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Currently on exhibition at Housatonic Community College is a wide variety of work by full- and part-time art faculty members. The show is entitled ‘Portes Ouvertes’, or open doors in French, to reflect that the COVID shutdown is largely ending.

An opening reception was held on April 5 in the Burt Chernow Gallery, located in Lafayette Hall on the Housatonic Community College Campus. The exhibit features the work of 17 artists, and will offer a range of artwork, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, digital, and installation.

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Evie Gard entered Santa Monica College as a young mother with three children. Like many of our Housatonic students, she would work and take care of her children during the day and take classes at night. Evie’s dedication to her education allowed her to transfer to Mount St. Mary’s University where she earned her B.A. in liberal arts.

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Housatonic Community College (HCC) and Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) are pleased to announce a new partnership that will allow HCC students to earn a SCSU bachelor of science degree in Healthcare Studies without leaving the HCC campus. A memorandum of understanding signing took place with leaders of both colleges yesterday, March 23, 2022, at HCC in Bridgeport, CT to formalize the agreement.

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In conjunction with its current exhibition “Of Woman Born”, the Housatonic Museum of Art presents a free public lecture entitled, FROM DANGER TO DIGNITY: The Surprising (and Convoluted) History of U.S. Abortion Politics.

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In conjunction with its current exhibition “Of Woman Born”, the Housatonic Museum of Art presents a free public lecture entitled, FROM DANGER TO DIGNITY: The Surprising (and Convoluted) History of U.S. Abortion Politics.

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