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How Much Inequality is Acceptable?

A number of prominent economists have recently suggested that we, in America, are now living with the largest income gap in the history of the world. Is inequality an incentive for hard work and invention? At what point, if ever, is the gap too large? Join the discussion at, “How Much Inequality Is Acceptable?” a free event at Rogue Community College with prominent writer and educator Julia Hammond

RCC Launches New Cohort to Meet Medical Assistant Shortage

There is a shortage of certified medical assistants in southern Oregon. In order to meet employer need, the College is offering a second cohort, beginning spring term 2016 in addition to the fall 2016 cohort. Attendance at an information session is required as part of the application process for the program.

Learn About the New 2016 Employment Laws that Will Affect Your Business

Learn how new employment-related state and federal legislative changes and recent interpretations to existing wage and hour laws affect your business. Attend an informative 3-hour course at the Rogue Community College (RCC) Small Business Development Center that will include a 2016 employment law update and review of wage and hour laws affecting business.

RCC Begins Search for new President--Selections Made for Search Advisory Committee

The Rogue Community College Board of Education has assembled a broad-based search advisory committee of some of the best qualified people in the region to assist in the selection of a new College president to replace the outgoing president Peter Angstadt.

Veteran advisors help returning troops reintegrate

RCC students Josh Strasburg and April Brennan (right) say that vet’s advisor Nikki Johnson (center) is helping them thrive in college.Without the guidance she received at Rogue Community College, April Brennan says she probably wouldn’t have stayed in school.

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