The CCCC Foundation’s President’s Circle offers a unique opportunity to join a select group of like-minded people united to make dreams come true for others.
On Tuesday, April 23rd, a group of people with a common goal joined together to hear directly from students on their research at Cerro Coso.
Special thanks go out to representatives in attendance from Coso Operating, Ridgecrest Regional Hospital, Saalex, Jacobs, Alta One, Searles Valley Minerals, and Desert Valley’s Federal Credit Union.
“As part of the President’s Circle, you share a special place of distinction in shaping the Cerro Coso community through your boundless generosity,” said College President Jill Board.
Attendees had the opportunity to hear from Phi Theta Kappa Officers on the results of their Honors in Action project, and a few presentations by Honors students on their research recently presented at the Honors Transfer Council of California (HTCC) Research Conference at the University of California, Irvine.
President’s Circle members invest in world-class teaching, cutting-edge academic programs, and distinguished research designed to deliver the knowledge and tools that will positively impact the student experience, meet local workforce needs, and improve the community. By becoming a leadership supporter, with a $1,000 donation or more, President’s Circle members ensure that Cerro Coso Community College continues building its academic strength, elevates its services to the profession, and increases the financial security of its students.
Anyone interested in joining the Cerro Coso Community College Foundation’s President’s Circle is encouraged to contact Natalie Dorrell, Director of Institutional Advancement at 760-384-6260.
Picture Caption: Presenters at the CCCC Foundation’s Spring President’s Circle brunch included students l to r: Gideon Ondap, Rachel Quan, Michael Skipworth, Cameron Reese (in front), Nicole Hu, Carol Blair, Emma Gilmartin, and Abigail Voigt.