GRCC In the News, 11-12-18

Exclusive Interview with RC Caylan: New York Fashion Week SS19

Nov. 9, 2018; Fashion Week Online

RC Caylan is a fashion designer to watch out his exquisite collections are a mixture of classic romance and modern-day fairytale. His vast array of creations ranges from fashionable red carpet gowns, bridal gowns, bridesmaids dresses and contemporary suits for men. Everything is handmade, and custom made making his designs remarkable and one-of-a-kind.

Caylan started to love fashion designs at an early age of 9 through the influence of her grandmother who was a uniform seamstress in the Philippines, where he grew up. He graduated Fashion Designs in Grand Rapids Community College in 2015, the same year when he had his first big fashion show at San Francisco Bay Area Fashion Network. His success is unstoppable that he opened his studio in 2016, RC Caylan Atelièr, located at Suite 308 80 Ottawa Avenue, Grand Rapids in Michigan.

Morning News

Nov. 12, 2018; WZZM

Even though yesterday was officially Veterans Day, it is still being observed today by many places. There will be ceremonies today in Wyoming and Grand Rapids Community College.

Change Ups: God’s Roamin’ Kitchen will focus on rural areas

Nov. 9, 2018; Grand Rapids Business Journal

… AWARDS

Grand Rapids Community College professor Charlotte Pease’s work developing a sustainable design course in partnership with Grand Rapids Public Schools earned her the Green Schools Champion Award from the U.S. Green Building Council of West Michigan.

New Administrative Posts at Colleges and Universities for a Half Dozen African Americans

Nov. 9, 2018; The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education

B. Afeni McNeely Cobham has been named chief equity and inclusion officer at Grand Rapids Community College in Michigan. She was an associate dean of institutional equity and inclusion at Connecticut College.

Hands-on career exploration via Future Focused Fridays

Nov. 9, 2018; schoolnewsnetwork.org (KISD newsletter)

Senior Ainsley Carter slipped on a pair of safety goggles, a hardhat and a tool apron and paid close attention as Steven Ray led her and 15 classmates, step by step, through assembly and disassembly of construction scaffolding.

“Now let’s get into four teams and do this yourselves,” said Ray, an instructor at Grand Rapids Community College’s Leslie E. Tassell M-TEC program.

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