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GUAM GREAT SHAKE OUT! EARTHQUAKE DRILL!

Guam Great ShakeOut! Let us join the international community in the Great Shakeout day, October 21, 2021, at 10:21 AM

Our response to the drill is: DROP!, COVER!, and HOLD ON for ONE minute. Please assist anyone who may need further assistance during the drill. Please be aware of your surroundings, above and below. 

Please do not forget to send your team's drill action photos to: gcc.pio@guamcc.edu and gccsafety@guamcc.edu
 

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POST Commission Meeting

The Guam P.O.S.T. (Peace Officer Standards & Training) Commission will hold its next meeting on Friday, October 15, 2021, 9:30 AM at the Guam Community College in Room 112, Learning Resource Center (GCC Library), Building 4000.
 

Supervision and Management Donation Drive

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GCC Culinary Bake Sale

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Culinary Class Bake Sale

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Human Services Student Organization General Membership Meeting

Please join us for the Human Services Student Organization General Membership Meeting
Friday October 1st, 2021 @ 5pm
All are welcome! Looking forward to seeing you there!

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The Need to Lead Student Conference

You are cordially invited to participate in "The Need to Lead" Virtual Student Conference to be held on Friday, October 1, 2021 via Zoom from 8:30am to 12:30pm. 

Please see the attached flyer for more information and to register online. The number of participants is limited, so register today!

Registration is open to all GCC Postsecondary and Adult High School students.
Registration: www.bit.ly/3h8EEix



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19 Boot Camps in Seven Months

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 

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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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The Need to Lead Student Conference
Event Date: Friday, October 1, 2021 - 08:30



You are cordially invited to participate in "The Need to Lead" Virtual Student Conference to be held on Friday, October 1, 2021 via Zoom from 8:30am to 12:30pm. 

Please see the attached flyer for more information and to register online. The number of participants is limited, so register today!

Registration is open to all GCC Postsecondary and Adult High School students.
Registration: www.bit.ly/3h8EEix


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Human Services Student Organization General Membership Meeting
Event Date: Friday, October 1, 2021 - 17:00



Human Services Student Organization General Membership Meeting

Hafa adai, GCC! 
Please join us for the Human Services Student Organization General Membership Meeting
Friday October 1st, 2021 @ 5pm
All are welcome! Looking forward to seeing you there!

Join with Google Mee
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Email GCC.HSSO@gmail.com for more information

Human Services Student Organization - Students Empowering Families and Communities through Human Services! 

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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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Culinary Class Bake Sale
Event Date: Tuesday, October 5, 2021 - 11:30



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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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GCC Culinary Bake Sale
Event Date: Thursday, October 7, 2021 - 16:45



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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
###

 
 
Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
###

 
 
Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
###

 
 
Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
###

 
 
Supervision and Management Donation Drive
Event Date: Wednesday, October 13, 2021 - 12:00



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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
###

 
 
National Depression Screening Day
Event Date: Thursday, October 14, 2021 - 08:00



 
Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
###

 
 
POST Commission Meeting
Event Date: Friday, October 15, 2021 - 09:30



The Guam P.O.S.T. (Peace Officer Standards & Training) Commission will hold its next meeting on Friday, October 15, 2021, 9:30 AM at the Guam Community College in Room 112, Learning Resource Center (GCC Library), Building 4000.
 
Agenda Highlights: 

 Old Business
a. POST Decertification. Development of Rules.
b. Medical Profiles. Discussion on how to deal with extended medical profiles.

 
 New Business
a. Budget allocation for GCC for $72,121.00 for FY22 to fund a Program Specialist to "establish a Standardized and Uniformed Law Enforcement Officer General Force Leadership Structure Tier and General Pay Scale Plan for Category 1 Peace Officers”
b. Plan on the authorization given to POST to establish a Standardized Uniform LEO General Force Leadership Structure Tier and General Pay Scale Plan  
c. The way ahead regarding the Guam P.O.S.T. Executive Director Position.
d. POST endeavor with POLICEONE.
e. POST Certificate. Draft of actual Certificate after POST Certification approval. Expiration?
 
 
All attendees will be required to wear a mask at all times and to practice appropriate social distancing on the GCC campus.
 
INDIVIDUALS REQUIRING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS, AUXILIARY AIDS, OR SERVICES SHOULD CONTACT 735-5597.




 
Come and support the GCC Administrative Professionals Society
Event Date: Friday, October 15, 2021 - 11:00 to 19:00




 
 
Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
###

 
 
Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
###

 
 
Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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GUAM GREAT SHAKE OUT! EARTHQUAKE DRILL!
Event Date: Thursday, October 21, 2021 - 10:20



GUAM GREAT SHAKE OUT! EARTHQUAKE DRILL!

Guam Great ShakeOut! Let us join the international community in the Great Shakeout day, October 21, 2021, at 10:21 AM. 

Our response to the drill is: DROP!, COVER!, and HOLD ON for ONE minute. Please assist anyone who may need further assistance during the drill. Please be aware of your surroundings, above and below. 

With the COVID-19 pandemic, we have many adaptations at home, work, and school - all while learning a lot. As we participate in this Great Shakeout, Earthquake Drill, let us continue to be mindful of our COVID-19 measures. The 3Ws [ wear face-covering - mask, wash hands, and watch your distance].

We want your feedback!
Please kindly watch the video below and provide feedback.
GUAM GREAT SHAKEOUT VIDEO

Please do not forget to send your team's drill action photos to: gcc.pio@guamcc.edu and gccsafety@guamcc.edu

Thank you for your participation in the GUAM GREAT SHAKE OUT DAY! It would be/ is greatly appreciated!

 
Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
###

 
 
Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
###

 
 
Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
###

 
 
Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
###

 
 
Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
###

 
 
Posting Events and Announcements
Event Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 11:50 to Friday, December 31, 2021 - 17:00



Need help spreading the word for an upcoming event or meeting for your student organization?

Email your announcement to gcc.pio@guamcc.edu


*Must use your guamcc.edu to submit your announcement 


IMPORTANT: Please allow 1-2 weeks in advance before your event/meeting date. This allows your audience to plan ahead.

Announcements must be approved by your Student Organization Advisor or Supervisor before submitting. Other obligations, such as event approval from the Center for Student Involvement, is your responsibility.


 

Announcement/Event Email Template 


*WHERE DO YOU WANT THIS POSTED?
MyGCC Portal  /  GCC Website  /  Social Media



*WHO IS YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE (MyGCC PORTAL)
Campus-Wide  /  Students  /  Employees  /  Faculty (Instructors)  /  Staff  /  Administrators

 

*TITLE
Sample: GCC Health Club:  Free Online Pilates Sessions


 

*DESCRIPTION

(If you have a flyer, attach it)
 

Who? 
What / Purpose
When / Date / Time /Deadline
Where / Location
Who is allowed to participate?


Other information you may need to include: Website Links / Registration / Deadlines / Run Dates / Open to the Public / Students Only / Who & Where to Submit / First Come, First Served / Pricing / Attire / Meeting Area / Show-Up Time /  Entrance Area / Parking / Delivery & Drop-Off Location or Time / Things To Bring / Restrictions / Accommodative Services

 

Sample Description: Get fit with the Health Club as we host a FREE weekly online Pilates Session for ONLY GCC Students on Google Meet. We will be meeting every Thursday at 5:00 – 6:00 PM in this link (www.sample link). Registration is not required but please show up 10 min. early. Dress comfortably and keep a bottle of water nearby. This is an online virtual session, so reliable internet is required.


 

*Who can people contact for more information about this event?
 

Name: Bob Burger, Health Club Vice-President

Email or Number: bob.burger8@guamcc.edu   |    (671) 555-5555

 

 
19 Boot Camps in Seven Months
Event Date: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 - 08:00 to Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 17:00



NINETEEN BOOT CAMPS IN SEVEN MONTHS!

GCC Ramps Up Workforce Training Programs to Upskill Jobless Residents for In-demand Jobs.
 
During a presentation to the Rotary Club of Guam, Dr. Mary Okada, Guam Community College President, announced GCC’s initiative to offer 19 job training boot camps through the remainder of 2021. The boot camps will cover a variety of critically needed areas for employment in Guam’s economy.
 
In September 2020, Guam Community College, in partnership with the Guam Department of Labor, hosted the Workforce Opportunities Reimagined Conference (WORC), to identify areas of greatest need in Guam’s economy within a post-COVID environment. Then, in November, GCC hosted WORC2 to provide an opportunity for the diverse economic sectors to examine the training needs and economic potential as Guam rebuilds after the COVID-19 economic shock, and to create an Action Plan to launch workforce initiatives.
 
As a result of the WORC conferences, GCC has developed and is rolling out 19 boot camps over the next seven months to help individuals who were left jobless or with reduced work hours. The boot camps will focus on areas of critical need, which were identify as a result of the WORC conferences.
 
Starting with the recently announced Information Technology Boot Camp,  GCC will be standing up a series of boot camps through December of this year:
 
 
·Information Technology
·Caregiver / Medical Home Health Aide x 2
·Medical Coding & Billing x 2
·Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
·Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
·Surveyor Technician
·Ship Repair IV
·Construction III
·Diesel Mechanic
·Ship Repair V
·Safety Officer
·Heavy Equipment
·Truck Driving III
·Welding
·Cyber Security
·EMT
·Security
 
 
Information on each program will be released as it becomes available.
 
“We have been working closely with the Guam Department of Labor and private sector partners to build programs that can have immediate impact for the participants and the economy. We took the information we gained from the WORC conferences and used it to identify areas of immediate need and have designed the boot camps based on that information,” according to Dr. Mary Okada, GCC President. “I want to encourage anyone who is unemployed, or looking to advance beyond an entry-level job, to apply for our boot camps. These are skills in high demand today and will be in demand for years to come.”  
 
“Those who are currently unemployed because of COVID could qualify for federal assistance, “ according to David Dell’Isola, Director of the Guam Department of Labor. However, funds are limited so he is encouraging people to get prequalified early. Dell’Isola has also encouraged people to participate in programs, like GCC’s job-ready boot camps, and gain new skills in areas that are currently needed. 


GCC’s boot camps have helped people start new careers industries that continue to grow, even in this COVID environment.
 
 
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