- Provide an honest assessment of your information technology operation
- Offer executives a “plain English” explanation of technology
- Provide you a motivated and expert speaker for company events and conferences
- Personalized executive technology coaching and training
- Help you answer the question “IT tells me everything is perfect but is it really?”
- Offer you the cold hard facts about social media
- Provide opinions and constructive feedback for new software and hardware initiatives
- Help you learn more about the “cloud”, its benefits and how it can be implemented
- Assist you in determining if your company’s data is secure
SEATTLE — Nine Washington community colleges, including Clark College in Vancouver, are on list of the 150 best in the nation.
The Aspen College Excellence Program picks its top 150 by doing a data review. It picks the schools that show the most student success, in term of persistence, completion and transfer.
The program wants to see consistent improvement over time, as well as equity in outcomes for students of all racial/ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.
This web development insructor is very proud of Clark’s students, administration, staff and faculty.
Recent Clark College Web Development graduate Troy Uyan was part of a five person team that designed and developed the new Clark County website.
Troy’s role in the project was that of front end developer and co-designer of the site. Troy also produced all of the training videos and other resources.
I’m super proud of Troy and what he has accomplished.
You can check out the new Clark County site here.
Startup Weekends are open to all!
They are 54-hour events designed to provide superior experiential education for technical and non-technical entrepreneurs.
Beginning with Friday night pitches and continuing through brainstorming, business plan development, and basic prototype creation, Startup Weekends culminate in Sunday night demos and presentations. Participants create working startups during the event and are able to collaborate with like-minded individuals outside of their daily networks.
All teams hear talks by industry leaders and receive valuable feedback from local entrepreneurials. The weekend is centered around action, innovation, and education. Whether you are looking for feedback on a idea, a co-founder, specific skill sets, or a team to help you execute, Startup Weekends are the perfect environment in which to test your idea and take the first steps towards launching your own startup.
When: January 29 – January 31
Where: Clark College – Vancouver, Washington
Learn more about Startup Weekend >
Registration for the Winter 2016 quarter at Clark College is now open. If you are a current student I highly encourage you to register for your classes sooner rather than later.
If you are new ew to Clark and are thinking about taking some classes this Winter, I suggest that you visit the college and meet with an adviser.
Not sure what courses are available? Start here.
Cristi Jenkins and Anni Becker, Clark College students and friends of mine, created the video “Craig’s Smile”. This video was their final project in the Clark College, CGT 201 Video Web Production class, taught by my friend Chris Martin. Born with cerebral palsy, Craig Bond has lived an exemplary life where he has not let his disabilities define who he is.
Just be yourself…
CGT 201 is a required course in the Web Development AAT program at Clark College.
Earlier today I was talking with one of my web developments students who came across the “Innovators of Vancouver” video series produced by Chris Martin owner of Vancouver, Washington’s “Chris Martin Studios“. She noted how lucky she was to have a person like me as one of her instructors. It has been awhile since I watched this video and I am truly blessed by what Gayle, Matt and I were able to accomplish.