Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Putting it all on the line

Briana Hicks
August 23, 2016
Filed under Board of Trustees, News

Board of trustee hopefuls showed many different characteristics aspiring to be endorsed by the Cerritos College Faculty Federation (CCFF).Area 4 trustee member Marisa Perez, kicked off the lobbying campaign to earn support from the CCFF on Thursday, Aug. 18.Perez addressed the small crowd of faculty... Read more »

Tentative agreement established for CCFF

Tentative agreement established for CCFF

Briana Hicks
August 23, 2016
Filed under Board of Trustees, News

After long drawn out months of nonstop back-and-forth negotiations and contract proposals between the District representatives and Cerritos College Faculty Federation (CCFF), the two have finally reached a tentative agreement. A tentative agreement is an agreement that is not certain or fixed, but i... Read more »

Forum showcases trustee hopefuls battling to get union endorsement

Forum showcases trustee hopefuls battling to get union endorsement

Karla Enriquez
August 23, 2016
Filed under Board of Trustees, News

For the incumbent trustees and their challengers, the future holds an upward battle as the November election process kicks off with four chairs up for re-election.The Faculty Union hosted the first of two forums to get to know the incumbent and challenging candidates before the Committee on Political... Read more »

One year later, Fierro continues to progress

Terrel Emerson
August 23, 2016
Filed under News

An increased graduation rate, an increased number of degrees and certificates and the largest commencement class in Cerritos College history are just some of the milestones President Dr. Jose Fierro has accomplished in his first full year on the job. The graduation rate increased 1.7 percent in ... Read more »

First-time winners of Outstanding Manager Award celebrate

First-time winners of Outstanding Manager Award celebrate

Perla Lara
August 19, 2016
Filed under News

Exemplary and outstanding service are just two of the requirements for the Outstanding Manager of the Year Award. On Wednesday, Aug. 17, Director of Information and Technology Patrick O’Donnell and Director of Educational Partnerships and Programs Sue Parsons were acknowledged among family, friends... Read more »

Firing of five Child Development teachers protested at board

Firing of five Child Development teachers protested at board

Terrel Emerson
July 28, 2016
Filed under News, Showcase

It didn’t take much time for the board of trustees meeting to get straight to the topic teachers and parents were at the meeting for, the controversial firings of five teachers from the Child Development Center. On the July 20th meeting, former teacher Brisa Ocean revealed, the five teachers were... Read more »

Clinton visits Plaza Mexico

Clinton visits Plaza Mexico

Karla Enriquez
June 14, 2016
Filed under News, Politics

Hillary Clinton gave a speech at a "Get out the vote" event at Plaza Mexico in Lynwood on Monday, June 6 at noon. About 200 supporters gathered in front of "La Fachada", a building that is modeled after the government building from the state of Jalisco, Mexico. The center stage adorned with American... Read more »

Clinton makes late rush into California ahead of primaries

Clinton makes late rush into California ahead of primaries

Terrel Emerson
June 10, 2016
Filed under News, Politics, Showcase

In hopes to send Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders packing to setup a fall showdown with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made a final push through California. On Monday, June 6, Clinton had her busiest day, as she made three stops in Lynwood, Long B... Read more »

Clinton rallies in California ahead of primary

Terrel Emerson
June 7, 2016
Filed under News, Politics

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Financial Aid Department wins food drive contest

Janel Oliver
May 18, 2016
Filed under News

For the second year straight, the Financial Aid Department has won the food drive contest. The contest began in April and lasted to May 6 with over 3000 total items being collected. The Financial Aid Department’s work will be rewarded with a pizza party and a honorary trophy. 14 groups participated in the ... Read more »

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