Author: Colleen Cusumano

CC Employee Transitions – February 2018

In addition to our students and alumni, our employees are some of Columbia College’s biggest and best assets. Welcome to these employees who joined the college or changed positions in February. New Associates Jennifer Taylor, Shipping and Receiving Clerk – Mail, Imaging and Print Services, Columbia, Missouri – began 2/19/18 Jeremy Simkins, Temporary Business Analyst – Institutional Research, Columbia, Missouri – began 2/19/18 Melanie Hammons, Student Support Assistant, Whidbey Island, Washington – began 2/26/18 Elizabeth Garrett, Custodian – Custodial Services, Columbia, Missouri – began 2/26/18 Huy Trinh, Computer Programmer/Analyst – Technology Services, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/5/18  Transfers & New...

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CC Employee Transitions – January 2018

In addition to our students and alumni, our employees are some of Columbia College’s biggest and best assets. Welcome to these employees who joined the college or changed positions in January. New Associates Justin Burton, Custodian – Custodial Services, Columbia, Missouri – began 1/16/18 Debra Sanders, English Tutor, St. Louis, Missouri – began 1/22/18 Brian Moegling, Administrative Assistant, Campus Support – Adult Higher Education, Columbia, Missouri – began 1/29/18 Alyssa Reed, English Tutor, Kansas City, Missouri – began 1/29/18 Jason Balance, Custodian – Custodial Services, Columbia, Missouri – began 2/5/18 Sidney Crudup II, Online Test Proctor, Orlando, Florida – began...

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Redstone Arsenal CC 360 Spring Edition

Faculty spotlight – Glen Reese By Barbara Pounders, director, Columbia College-Redstone Arsenal Glen Reese, who teaches human resource classes at Columbia College-Redstone Arsenal, was recently promoted to supervisory organizational resource specialist with the US Army Garrison at Redstone Arsenal. He advises managers on specific governmental positions, educates employees on how to apply for government jobs and has extensive expertise on reviewing resumes and providing tips on how to apply for a government job. Here is a question-and-answer session with Mr. Reese: Q: What is your favorite part of your job? A: Customer service is my favorite part, working with...

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Moberly CC 360 Spring Edition

What’s next for you? Whether you are close to graduating, planning for graduate school, the next deployment or trying to decide on a major, “What is next?” is the overriding question. Take advantage of the many services available for nationwide students and alumni through Columbia College’s Grossnickle Career Services Center. The Career Services staff proudly offers a wide range of free, easy-to-use career research assistance. Below is a partial list of career services resources offered: Handshake: This is the college’s online job and resumé posting service. Available free of charge to all students and alumni, Handshake lists jobs and...

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Patrick Air Force Base CC 360 Spring Edition

Swipe it away By Suzanne DiCamillo, director, Columbia College-Patrick Air Force Base Nearly all computers and phones manufactured today have touchscreen capabilities, which offer the ability for the user to engage in gestures called “touch mechanics.” What would have been unheard of 20 years ago has now become commonplace. Slight movements with our fingers on the screen can instantly change what we see and hear and can enable or disable a specific application. As a student, time speeds by at a frantic pace, and you have to make an effort to stay focused on what needs to be done....

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