Capital Community College Responds To State’s Need For First Responders Trained In Mental Health First Aid

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 Hartford, Conn. (November 22, 2019) – Capital Community College has responded to new legislation requiring emergency medical services providers complete mental health first aid training by offering the only program in the state that will ‘train the trainers’ needed to deliver this critical – and mandated – professional instruction.   When the Connecticut General Assembly passed Public Act 19-191 – An Act Addressing …

Capital Community College Launches New Equity, Diversity And Inclusion Center

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 Hartford, Conn. (November  25, 2019) – Capital Community College will celebrate the opening of its Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Center (EDI) with a community breakfast to be held on Thursday, December 5, 2019, 8 a.m.-9:30 a.m. on the college campus.    The theme of the breakfast is “Want to Boost U.S. Productivity? Tackle Inequality!” The featured speaker is Anna Stansbury – an Economics …

Registration Now Open For Winter And Spring Classes At Capital Community College

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 Hartford, Conn. (November 22, 2019) – Students from throughout the greater Hartford area can now register for a wide variety of classes offered by Capital Community College for the winter and spring semesters.   Capital’s three-week accelerated term starts December 26 and ends on January 17.  Weekday courses, offered both online and on-campus, are only $641 for three credits. They can be applied …

Future Entrepreneurs From Capital Community College Win Big At State Competition

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Hartford, Conn. (December 10, 2019) –  Students in Capital Community College’s management and entrepreneurship programs won top awards at a recent entrepreneurship competition held at Central Connecticut State University.   Cheered on by Nancy P. LaGuardia, Professor of Management and Marketing, and Merilee Roussat,   Instructor of Marketing, Mycah Johnson of West Hartford won a cash prize, Matthew Mitchell of Bloomfield, won a $500 scholarship …

Free Fafsa Help Offered At Capital Community College

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 Hartford, Conn. (December 9, 2019) – As deemed by the Connecticut General Assembly, December is Financial Aid Month at Connecticut’s colleges and universities, and Capital Community College will be participating by offering workshops for high school students and the general public throughout the month.    Attendees will receive assistance in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), from which the college can determine …

First Cohost of Enhanced CNA Program Graduate Lauded at Capital Community College

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Hartford, Conn. (December 6, 2019) – Earlier this month, Capital Community College celebrated the graduates of its 1199 Enhanced Nurse Aide Certification Program. The non-credit program is a partnership of Capital Community College, 1199 Training Fund and Capital Workforce Partners.   Over 100 attendees commended the successful inaugural venture with the SEIU Healthcare 1199NE union to advance the education of its Personal Care Attendant (PCA) members by training them as Certified Nurse Aides. Family and friends, along with …

Capital Community College Names Two New Associate Deans And Dean Of Academic And Student Affairs

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Hartford, CT – Capital Community College is pleased to announce the selection of the college’s Associate Dean of Student Affairs, the Associate Dean of Campus Operations and the Dean of Academic and Student Affairs. Jason Scappaticci will serve as the Associate Dean of Student Affairs, after working as Director of New Students and First Year Programs at Manchester Community College …

Capital Community College Announces New Theatre Program Coordinator

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Hartford, CT – Capital Community College (CCC) is pleased to welcome Julia Rosenblatt as the college’s new Theatre Program Coordinator and Assistant Professor. Julia was an adjunct professor at CCC last year and one of the moving force behind the college’s first play, Lysistrata, this past spring. For 16 years she has served as artistic director of HartBeat Ensemble, a …