Join Chattanooga State Community College to kick-off Hispanic Heritage Month as the 5th Annual Latin Festival will be Saturday, September 14 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at a new location: Chattanooga State Main Campus located at 4501 Amnicola Highway, Chattanooga. Continue reading Save the date for 5th Annual Latin Festival
The Michael P. Hennen Hospitality and Culinary Center at Chattanooga State is pleased to announce the Culinary Student Capstone Lunches. Each week will feature a different menu created and prepared by one of our chefs-in-training. Open to the public, tickets are $12 per person, and the lunches will be served in the Hennen Center located in the CBIH Building on the main campus.
Lunches are served at 11:30 a.m. and last approximately one hour. Upcoming lunch dates are:
- Thurs., March 14
- Thurs., March 21
- Thurs., March 28
- Thurs., April 4
- Thurs., April 11
- Thurs., April 25
- Thurs., May 2
You may purchase tickets at Chattanooga State’s online MarketPlace.
For more information, please contact Chef Matthew Williamson, Director of the Michael P. Hennen Hospitality and Culinary Center at 423-697-3340 or email: Matthew.Williamson@ChattanoogaState.edu.
New logo honors namesake: The new logo for the Michael P. Hennen Hospitality and Culinary Center reflects not only the uniqueness of the center, but the specialness of Michael–his passion for learning, support of employees, a flair for hospitality and wanting to do his best while encouraging others to do the same. The flame within the H within the M represents Michael’s inner fire to be his best, his inner light of being.
In the hectic hustle of the holidays, moments of reflection are rare, but I invite you to pause a few minutes to bask in another year of achievements made possible by many individuals and partners who are making brighter futures for our students. Continue reading Holiday Thanks & Giving
Please save the date and makes plans to join fellow alumni and some of your favorite faculty and staff for the Fall Alumni Reception on Campus, Wednesday, October 10, 2018, from Continue reading Fall Alumni Reception Oct. 10
For #GivingTuesday 2018 on Nov. 27th, the Chattanooga State Foundation is raising funds to support students in crisis. When unforeseen financial emergencies occur, it often Continue reading Chattanooga State Honors #GivingTuesday by Helping Students in Crisis
Enjoy highlights below from Convocation 2018. Let’s have a great year! Continue reading Convocation 2018 Highlights
If you have children at home, or even in your family you spend time with, you understand the importance of the word “Why.” It is one of the first words or concepts a toddler learns to use consistently. Author Simon Sinek penned an entire book based on the concept of why entitled: Start with Why, How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action. In his book, he encourages individuals, organizations, and corporations to not only understand why they do what they do, but then to capitalize on that understanding. Continue reading ChattState Alumni Engagement Survey Underway
Chattanooga State’s International Community Outreach Office, in partnership with the Chattanooga Market, City of Chattanooga and Hamilton County, will co-host Chattanooga’s 19th annual Culture Fest, the area’s premiere showcase of international communities and largest annual celebration of local cultures.
The event will take place Sunday, Oct. 7 from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at the First Tennessee Pavilion, located at 1801 Carter Street, downtown Chattanooga. Admission is free. Continue reading Save the Date for Culture Fest
Now celebrating its seventh year, the Chattanooga State Foundation’s Dinner of Firsts is the signature “FUNdraising” event for Chattanooga State Community College. A community leader is honored each year who is the first in their family to attend college. Continue reading Chattanooga State Dinner of Firsts to Honor David Wade