Students save time, money becoming teachers with new Fresno Pacific University program

Future teachers can save a year going from sitting in a classroom to leading one of their own with Fresno Pacific University’s newest education initiative. The Integrated Teacher Education Pathway (ITEP) combines the excellent preparation and reputation of an FPU education degree with a way to save time and money for new educators. The program […]

Lemoore College celebrates gold, silver recognitions in Best of the Central Valley People’s Choice Awards

Lemoore College is proud to announce its recent honors in the Fresno Bee’s Best of the Central Valley People’s Choice Awards. The college has been awarded gold in the College/University category and silver in the Trade/Technical School category. These prestigious achievements are a testament to the college’s unwavering dedication to excellence in education and its […]

Lemoore College celebrates recognition in Fresno Bee’s Best of the Central Valley People’s Choice Awards

Lemoore College is proud to announce its recent honors in the Fresno Bee’s Best of the Central Valley People’s Choice Awards. The college has been awarded gold in the College/University category and silver in the Trade/Technical School category. These prestigious achievements are a testament to the college’s unwavering dedication to excellence in education and its […]

Tulare County Library announces 2024 Summer Reading Challenge

Tulare County Library’s annual Summer Reading Challenge is almost here. The Challenge begins Tuesday, June 11 to Saturday, July 20, 2024. Pre-registration for all ages starts Tuesday, June 4, 2024. Simply sign up on Beanstack to register the whole family at tularecountylibrary.beanstack.org or download the Beanstack Tracker in an app store. Registration is also available […]

Helen Milliorn-Feller, Ed.D., selected as University Preparatory High School’s new principal

Helen Milliorn-Feller, Ed.D., is no stranger to University Preparatory High School (UPHS). She has been with the school even before it was a school. In 2007, she met John Kelly, the school’s founding principal, at Eleanor Roosevelt Community Learning Center, where Feller was homeschooling her daughter, Alexandra. Kelly shared his vision of creating a charter […]

COS welding professor Randy Emery advocates for trades as a valuable option

In a recent conversation with News Nation, Randy Emery, a distinguished community college welding educator and American Welding Society District Director, emphasized the importance of considering trades as a viable post-high school option. Emery, drawing from his 25 years of experience, highlighted the numerous benefits and opportunities available in pursuing a career in the trades. […]

COS’s Dr. Jennifer Vega La Serna selected for Aspen Institute’s Rising Fellowship

The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program (Aspen) announced today that Dr. Jennifer Vega La Serna, Assistant Superintendent/Vice President, Academic Services at College of the Sequoias, is one of 40 leaders selected for the 2024-25 Aspen Rising Presidents Fellowship. Applying lessons from over a dozen years researching exceptional community colleges, the Aspen fellowship aims to select […]