Custodians that work while the rest of us are home in bed, were honored for their years of service to GRCC at a reception held for them at 10 p.m. on Wednesday, May 4. Recipients were John Hunt & Tommy Brown with 5 years of service; Zeke Cortez, Don Dykstra & Tine Bouchard with 10 years of service and Steve List was honored for 20 years of service. Also, as part of the celebration, 3 teams competed in a Minute to Win It type toilet paper game winning prizes and lovely trophies made of sponges. If you have the opportunity, please congratulate these folks.
Superintendent Bernard Taylor interviews Tuesday for Cleveland job
Published: Saturday, May 07, 2011, 9:29 AM | Monica Scott | The Grand Rapids Press
GRAND RAPIDS – On Tuesday, a Cleveland schools’ search committee is scheduled to interview Superintendent Bernard Taylor for its chief executive officer post. […] Voters elected Dr. Monica Randles, a pediatrician and Raynard Ross, director of Grand Rapids Community College’s Upward Bound program, a pre-college program for low-income and potential first generation students. (More)
Ferris State University working with The Rapid for service to Big Rapids campus
Published: Friday, May 06, 2011, 3:54 PM | Dave Murray | The Grand Rapids Press
BIG RAPIDS – Ferris State University students could have bus service between downtown Grand Rapids and the Big Rapids campus. […] Trips would originate from The Rapid’s central station in Grand Rapids, stopping near Grand Rapids Community College and Ferris’ Kendall College of Art and Design, as well as the park-and-ride public lot at the M-57 exit along US 131. (More)
Open Source Innovation: Keller Futures Center Honored for Community-Driven Innovation Process
MiBiz | Joe Boomgaard | May 2, 2011
Grand Rapids – Chalk up another honor for West Michigan as the region positions itself as an innovative and sustainable community. In April, Grand Rapids Community College accepted a silver Edison Award for living, working and learning environments for the Keller Futures Center process for community-based innovation rooted in sustainability. (Read More or View a PDF)
Pickup: Items available for pick up beginning the next day (Friday) after the sale from 9AM to 4 PM at GRCC, 133 Winchester Place NE, Grand Rapids, MI. After Friday pick up by appointment only @ email@example.com See http://www.grcc.edu/onlinestore for pick up details.
This sale will contain limited computers, electronics, technology, books, lost & found, etc. Grand Rapids Community College cannot guarantee complete sets. All items will be sold as is. Purchased items must be removed from the college campus within two weeks from date of sale as indicated above (by appt). Purchased items not picked up will be returned to stock.
Questions should be directed to, Mansfield Matthewson, Director of Purchasing at (616) 234-3850 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grand Rapids Community College has the right to reject any or all bids as deemed necessary in the best interest of the college.
The programming schedule slated to start on Monday, May 9th. Included in this round is Musical Moods, the GRAHEN awards, the Innovation Awards Final Presentation and much more. Live streaming of the College Channel and the attached listings can be found at www.grcc.edu/channel28 and most of our programming can be found on our Youtube Channel at www.youtube.com/grcc.