Earlier this week we held Dessert-a-rama — our first ChattState Foundation Annual Fund impact event for donors. Our 2013-14 Annual Fund Chair and Foundation Board member extraordinaire Edna Varner thanked our donors for their terrific support this year! The ice cream social (with ice cream donated by Blue Bell!) featured two scholarship recipients,
Billboards have been spotted around town promoting our new Global Scholars honors program at Chattanooga State Community College. Learn more here about this exciting initiative designed to challenge honors students to change the world.
We are pleased that one of the Chattanooga State Foundation’s Jim and Carlydia Berry Scholarship recipients has been honored this Spring as the 2014 Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) Outstanding Student of the Year for the entire state (and received a new car as a result!).
When it came time to enroll at ChattState last fall, Karlie Zimmerman realized that medical assisting was her passion. She shares, “It spoke to me and I wanted to honor
According to 2013 data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, Community Colleges save time and money, and an Associates Degree increases student transfer success!
What you don’t know could cost you!
As the use of social media becomes more commonplace, the barrier between personal time and the workplace is quickly disappearing. Employers are being faced with a barrage of questions as to how they can address workplace issues caused by social media use, while avoiding legal exposure at the same time. Most business owners tell us
Congratulations to the Chattanooga State Lady Tigers Softball team for earning the Region VII/TCCAA Tournament title earlier this year the 19th time in 22 seasons. Season highlights include:
- Record of 51-6
- Going into the Regions seeded #1
- National NJCAA ranking #6 (as of May 3, 2014)
- Softball team GPA average of 3.4 this past semester
- Coach Blythe Golden named TCCAA Coach Of The Year
Global/Cultural Awareness: Students, as citizens and educated members of their communities, need to know and appreciate their own human cultural heritage and its development in a historical and global context. Through the study of other cultures, students develop an understanding, which they otherwise would not have, of the present as informed by the past. Students develop skills that allow them to understand and
I am excited to feature one of the newest departments within the Engineering Division at Chattanooga State Community College–the Institute of Material Joining and Testing (IMJAT). Catherine Bovell, IMJAT Career Counselor, shares with us the exciting Associate’s degree programs offered within IMJAT that provide rapid training and retraining designed to meet the needs of area employers and employees. The two career pathways are Welding Engineering Technology and Non-Destructive Testing (NDT), both high-demand and high-wage fields in advanced manufacturing.