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Fall Break: Campus Closed November 24-25

Kodiak College will be closed Thursday and Friday November, 24 and 25 for Fall Break. There are no classes on Wednesday, November 23.

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Earn While You Learn CNA Program

Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center is offering a Certified Nurse Aide training program in partnership with Kodiak College. Applications are due November 28

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History, Historical Trauma, & Healing Event

Hosted by Cama'i Club & KANA Prevention, all are welcome to this evening event Friday, November 18 from 6-8 pm in Benny Benson Building room 130. Learn about the Refuge Rock site and watch the film "Finding Refuge" in person or via Zoom.

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  Kodiak College Strategic Plan 2020 - 2025

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Spotlight invites you to learn about Kodiak College employees--who they are, what they're up to when they aren't teaching, how they engage in the community, what favorite books, music, podcasts or shows they recommend, what inspires and motivates them, and what strengths and experience they bring to campus.  

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With a shortage of qualified Early Childhood (EC) educators, the Occupational Endorsement Certificate (OEC) is an easy entry to the university where students earn a workforce development certificate in infant and toddler development with only 18 credits. These credits lead to the AAS in Early Childhood Development (birth-age 8). The AAS then leads into the BA in Early Childhood Education as a 2 + 2 model.

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Early Childhood Education

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It's the number one question when deciding to go to college: what's it going to cost? We're here to support you and offer solutions to make sure that you can balance your busy life and go to school. For any questions on what documents to bring, please call Nancy Castro at 486-1214.  Hablamos espaƱol.

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By the Numbers

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Number of Computers Available for Student Use
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Number of Graduates in the Last 3 years
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Degrees and certificates

Bachelor's degrees in Nursing, Elementary Education and Special Education. Associate degrees in Business, Accounting and Welding Technology. Certificates in Welding, Alutiiq Language, and Certified Nursing Assistant.

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