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On Saturday, June 10, the College of Marin Registered Nursing (RN) Program held its 50th Anniversary Celebration. The afternoon festivities began at the Kentfield Campus where current nursing faculty, students, and the simulation coordinator hosted visitors with tours of the new facilities inside the Science, Math, Nursing Building.
You Shop. We Give Back. 5% of the sales from Whole Foods Market Novato will benefit the Indian Valley Organic Farm and Garden. Founded in 2008, the Indian Valley Organic Farm & Garden is a certified, organic, year-round teaching farm and living laboratory which supports the educational and career training goals of its partners throughout Marin County.
COM Alumnus John Carroll is the Superintendent of the Bolinas-Stinson & Lagunitas School Districts. COM set me up for success for my post-secondary journey. Instruction at College of Marin was consistently excellent and more personalized than anywhere I have been since.
KENTFIELD, CA—December 15, 2016—This week College of Marin (COM) and scholarship donors celebrated a record number of scholarships awarded to students, helping them overcome personal and financial hardships and pursue their academic dreams. The student scholarship reception highlighted the tremendous impact of financial support to the College.
This year #GivingTuesday will be held on November 29, 2016. We affectionately refer to as #GivingCOMday! #GivingTuesday inspires people to take collaborative action to improve their local communities, give back in better, smarter ways to the charities and causes they celebrate and help create a better world. #GivingTuesday harnesses the power of social media to create a global moment dedicated to giving around the world.
Kudos to College of Marin Drama alumna Ariel Harrison who is starring as Annelle in the Hope Theatre’s production of Steel Magnolias in London. Early on, the review calls out Harrison as the new hire, later praising her performance by noting that she makes for a wonderfully jumpy Annelle, a character that—while desperate to prove herself—is reluctant to speak her mind.
After two years of rigorous study, 38 students in the Registered Nursing (RN) Program stood for their Pinning Ceremony, an annual celebration of students’ accomplishments and readiness to sit for the national licensing exam.
On May 20th, College of Marin (COM) honored 350 graduates receiving a total of 425 degrees and certificates at the 89th Commencement Exercises. Approximately 128 students walked in the ceremony in the Diamond Physical Education Center, Kentfield Campus.
Class of 1960 alumnus Louis Bershad returned to College of Marin to see the campus, speak to COM students and meet the Drama and Business students who each received the Ro and Louis Bershad Scholarship.
The first Jack Eldridge Book Grants were awarded to three COMPASS program high school students