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Employees
January 30, 2023

All Campus Kick-Off to the Spring 2023 Semester

On January 12, Crafton Hills College held an all-campus in-service day for employees to kick off the spring 2023 semester.

Cadets on stage
January 30, 2023

CHC Fire Academy's Class 107 Celebrates Triumph Through the Storm

For Grace Shumate, becoming part of the fire service is not just a career, it’s her calling.

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January 30, 2023

EOPS Holiday Party

Crafton Hills College hosted a holiday celebration for EOPS and CalWORKs students and their families on December 16.

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January 30, 2023

"Disrupting Inequality in the System" Keynote Address on In-Service Day

At the all-day faculty and staff in-service on January 12, keynote speaker Dr. Regina Stanback-Stroud spoke on the complex reality of inequity in higher education and how to reduce such unfairness.

Steven Soliman
January 30, 2023

Crafton Hills College Alumnus Shares How a Conversation with a Faculty Member Started Him on the Path to a Successful Career in Law

Some would think that everyone has a plan after graduating from high school: go to college and start a career. For Steven Soliman, it was a pact between friends that led him to apply to Crafton Hills College, although he had no specific career goal.

Revealing the sign
January 30, 2023

CHC Hosts Naming Ceremony for the Kirsten Greek Respiratory Care Classroom

When respiratory care students at Crafton Hills College enter room PSAH-115, Kirsten Greek’s name will now be there to permanently remind and inspire them to continue their passion for helping others as they pursue their careers.

Program Graduates
January 30, 2023

Crafton Hills College Celebrates the 'Heroes' of Paramedic Class #98

A “victorious” Crafton Hills College Paramedic Class #98 was celebrated at an enthusiastic graduation ceremony on Friday, January 20.

American Medical Response Staff with dog
January 30, 2023

Public Safety Career Day

On January 12, the Crafton Hills College Paramedic Program and Fire Academy partnered in hosting a Public Safety Career Day for representatives from several first responder agencies.

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January 27, 2023

Regional Occupational Program Field Trip Brings Students to Crafton

On January 20, students from Grand Terrace, Colton, and Citrus Valley High Schools visited Crafton Hills College to learn about public safety and allied health careers as a part of the Colton-Redlands-Yucaipa Regional Occupational Program (CRY-ROP)

People holding a giant check
January 26, 2023

CHC Breaks Ground on New, $9.5 Million Public Safety Training Center

A year from now Crafton Hills College’s Fire Academy and public safety programs will have a new home on campus. This state of-the-art facility ensures the program’s reputation as one of the premier public safety academy in the Nation.

Training Center
January 13, 2023

SBCCD, CHC to Hold Groundbreaking Ceremony for Regional Public Safety Training Center

The San Bernardino Community College District (SBCCD) and Crafton Hills College (CHC) invite the public to a groundbreaking event, kicking off the Measure CC projects at the Yucaipa-based college.

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December 22, 2022

Honors Luncheon

The College Honors Institute held its fall luncheon celebration in Crafton Hall. College Honors Institute ambassadors welcomed students and faculty and lead the group in fun ice breaker activities.

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December 22, 2022

Remembering Mike Horton: His Commitment 'Was Second to None'

The Crafton Hills College community is mourning the loss of its longtime Fire Academy mainstay and instructor, Mike Hor ton.

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December 22, 2022

Gratitude Event

On Nov 29 and 30, the CHC Student Senate invited students to enjoy treats, hang out, and add their thoughts on a poster with messages and drawings of gratitude for the work of college staff. A giant-sized horizontal poster, markers, crayons, cookies, and giveaways were offered to students as they wrote, doodled, and drew their expressions of gratitude on the poster.

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December 22, 2022

Equity and Inclusion Open Forum

Crafton Hills College held an all-campus virtual Equity Plan Open Forum for students and employees to discuss its equity plan. Dr. Delmy Montenegro-Spencer, Vice President of Student Services, moderated the discussion. Discussion questions included: What is missing from the Equity Plan? Does the Plan identify equity gaps? and Do you understand what the action steps are?