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Trang Huynh, P.E., adjunct faculty member at Cambridge College - Southern California, was the winner of the 2014 Inaugural Turning Red Tape into Red Carpet Award given by the Inland Empire Economic Partnership (IEEP) recently. Mr. Huynh used his...
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Congratulations to Rudy Thomas for being accepted into the Associates Program at The Partnership, Inc. This highly reputable training is focused on developing leadership capacity by creating professional and civic opportunities in the early stages of the participant's career. Rudy is the Administrative Manager for the School of Undergraduate Studies. He has been with Cambridge College for more than 4 years. Congratulations, Rudy!
Events
February is Black History Month and to kick it off, we were honored to have K-Rahn Vallatine, an educator, motivational speaker, and author speak at Cambridge College – Southern California on February 1. Vallatine, once a rebellious teen himself, works with at-risk youth assisting them with better decision-making and positive self-empowerment. His goal is to motivate and promote positive character development in young people affected by drug and gang life.