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Health & Resource Fair
March 28, 2024

Health & Resource Fair Invites Students and Staff to Get to Know Available Services

On March 28, CHC Health & Wellness staff, Student Accessibility Services, and the Basic Needs Center along with various vendors hosted a fair to provide information and showcase the services they and other agencies provide to the campus community.

Counselors Conclave
March 12, 2024

Inland Empire/Desert Regional Consortium's Counselor Conclave 2024

Approximately 250 college and high school counselors gathered at the Riverside Convention Center on March 7 for the 2024 Annual Counselor Conclave organized by the Inland Empire/Desert Regional Consortium.

A2MEND Attendees
March 11, 2024

The importance of 'connection': Roadrunners attend annual A2MEND Conference in Los Angeles

Four Black/African American students from Crafton Hills College were among the more than 1,000 invited to attend the 2024 A2MEND Conference held March 6-8 in Los Angeles. The annual event connects African American male students to groups working collaboratively to eliminate barriers they face while working to obtain a higher education.

June Yamamoto
March 10, 2024

Foundation Director Receives Volunteer of the Year Award

June Yamamoto, who served as CHC’s dean of career education and human development and continues to serve on the CHC Foundation Board of Directors, has won the Highland Area Chamber of Commerce’s Volunteer of the Year award.

March 8, 2024

Annual Crafton STEM Career Fair connects Roadrunners to employers

Crafton Hills College’s annual STEM Career Fair is all about connecting Roadrunners to the people and organizations that offer employment or educational programs in STEM-related fields. This year’s event was held on Feb. 21, when dozens of students interacted with reps from the likes of University of California, Riverside, San Bernardino County Fire, Garner Holt Productions, and Esri, to name a few participants.

Amanda Ward
March 7, 2024

Crafton Hills College paramedic program director to receive Distinguished Service Medal

Amanda Ward, the Director of Emergency Medical Services at Crafton Hills College (CHC), has been honored with the 2023 Distinguished Service Medal by the California Emergency Medical Services Authority (EMSA) in acknowledgment of her dedicated service.

9th annual ASL Educators Conference
March 5, 2024

Celebrating 9 years of Success and Growth in Sign Language Education

CHC and SBVC joined forces for the 9th annual ASL Educators Conference on March 2. This collaborative effort drew 111 participants, exceeding expectations. The event focused on professional development and networking for American Sign Language educators, featuring diverse workshops, dynamic presentations, and interactive networking sessions.

Herberth “Alex” Jaco
March 2, 2024

Crafton Hills College counselor invited to take part in CALPRO webinar on student success

A special panel discussion highlighting the role college career navigators and transition specialists play in helping adult learners succeed was the focus of a Feb. 27 California Adult Literacy Professional Development Project (CALPRO) webinar.

Crafton Hills College EMT Students
March 1, 2024

Transforming EMS Education: Prof. Laurie Green's Innovative Approach to Increase Student Success

High drop-out (attrition) rates in emergency medical services (EMS) programs challenge program directors at community colleges across the state, however at CHC, EMS Program Director Laurie Green is using research to help students successfully complete the program.