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This month Dr. Reber is joined by Dr. Ara Karakashian, Associate Dean, Business, Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management, and Paula Pereira Hartmann, HCCC Alumna (Class of 2020), Owner of Peanut Butter Jelly Pastries.
This month Dr. Reber is joined by Sheree Hicks, Project Manager from YearUp, and HCCC Student, Kevin Gajraj to discuss the YearUp Program.
In this episode, Dr. Reber is joined by Eric Adamson, Assistant Professor of English, and HCCC’s first-ever Student Poet Laureate, Natalie Akel.
In this episode, Dr. Reber is joined by Willie Malone, HCCC Veterans’ Certifying Official and Bennie Garner, U.S. Army veteran and HCCC alumnus, to talk about the HCCC Veterans' Program.
In this episode, Dr. Reber is joined by Lori Margolin, Associate Vice President for Continuing Education and Workforce Development, and Abdelys Pelaez, a student in HCCC's Hemodialysis Technician program, to discuss HCCC's programs in workforce development.
In this episode, Dr. Reber is joined by Dr. Burl Yearwood, Associate Dean - STEM and Lacy Shelby, HCCC STEM Student, to discuss the HCCC STEM Programs.
This month, Dr. Reber is joined by Phi Theta Kappa, Beta Alpha Phi officers Sofia Pazmino and Pedro Moranchel, who discuss how membership in PTK contributed to their success at HCCC.
This month, Dr. Reber is joined by Professor Elana Winslow and Alumna Betsy Apena to discuss the HCCC A.S. in Business Degree and Women in Business.
In this episode, Dr. Reber is joined by student leaders Crystal Newton and Tyler Sarmiento to discuss their experiences with Achieving the Dream (ATD), a national initiative to remove barriers to education and help community college students succeed.
HCCC President Dr. Chris Reber and his guests – Assistant Professor Joseph Gallo, and student/playwright Rossella Lopez – put the spotlight on the College’s exciting Theatre Arts program in this episode of "Out of the Box."
In this episode, Dr. Reber is joined by Yeurys Pujols, Executive Director, North Hudson Campus and Lilisa Williams, Director, Faculty and Staff Development to talk about the President's Advisory Council on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - PACDEI.
HCCC President Dr. Chris Reber discusses the College's Return to Campus with Lisa Dougherty, Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment, and Lori Margolin, Dean of Continuing Education & Workforce Development.
Dr. Reber and his guests – HCCC chef/instructor Kevin O’Malley, and HCCC graduate chef/Instructor/TV cooking show host Rene Hewitt – discuss the College’s award-winning Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management programs and students’ success stories while showing how to prepare a delicious hors d’oeuvre.
Discover how HCCC’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter and STEM Club joined forces to build a “greenhouse” that produces food for the Hudson Helps pantry! Dr. Reber’s guests – President of the HCCC Phi Theta Kappa chapter Christine Tirado, STEM Club President Anass Ennasraaoui, and STEM Club member David Martinez – detail the project and future plans.
Learn about the College community’s efforts to address students’ needs beyond the classroom by providing vital resources and comprehensive information through “Hudson Helps.”
Learn about the exceptional HCCC Nursing Program! Over 94% of HCCC Nursing Program graduates passed the NCLEX first time out, placing the program’s graduates in the top tier of two- and four-year nursing programs nationwide. Dr. Reber talks with HCCC Nursing Program Director, Carol Fasano, and nursing student, Sindy Sierra, about the College’s Practical Nursing and Registered Nursing programs.
Peer Leaders Have A Vital Role at HCCC! They’re role models, customer service representatives, and walking information centers who are dedicated to heling current and prospective HCCC students with just about everything that’s HCCC-related. Learn all about Peer Leaders as Dr. Rebert talks with Koral Booth and Bryan Ribas.
The HCCC Early College Program saves time... save money!
In this episode of “Out of the Box,” Dr. Reber talks with HCCC Vice President of Academic Affairs Christopher Wahl and HCCC 2019 Graduate Ianna Santos about the Early College Program and all it’s benefits.
Dr. Chris Reber talks with Department of Cultural Affairs Director Michelle Vitale about the development of the HCCC Cultural Affairs program, and the exhibitions and events planned for Fall 2019.
Dr. Chris Reber puts the focus on the HCCC Radiography degree program and the wide range of career paths available. Joining him are Radiography Program Director Cheryl Cashell and 2019 Radiography graduate Gabriela Sanchez Relova.
Dr. Chris Reber speaks with 1999 HCCC graduate, now Biology Professor Dr. Nadia Hedhli, and HCCC 2018 Culinary Arts graduate René Hewitt, who is now a student in the Fairleigh Dickinson University bachelor’s degree program on the HCCC Campus. Learn how HCCC transformed their lives, and how, as a result, they are paying it forward.
HCCC President Dr. Reber is joined by Phi Theta Kappa officers and scholarship recipients Sarra Hayoune and Abderahim Salhi for a discussion about their emigration to the United States, and the College’s role in achieving their dream of a higher education.
HCCC President Dr. Chris Reber has an engaging and enjoyable discussion with Foundation Art Collection Coordinator Dr. Andrea Siegel, and HCCC graduate and Art Collection Assistant Darius Gilmore.
Watch as HCCC President Dr. Chris Reber conducts a lively and informative discussion with Professor and Coordinator of Studio Arts Laurie Riccadonna, and HCCC Fine Arts graduate Melany Mayorga.
HCCC President Dr. Chris Reber, is joined by HCCC Dean of Instruction John Marlin, Dean of Continuing Education & Workforce Development Lori Margolin, and Eastern Millwork President/Owner Andrew Campbell in a discussion about advanced manufacturing and the new apprenticeship program between HCCC and Eastern Millwork.
HCCC President Dr. Chris Reber, is joined by HCCC Dean of Enrollment Lisa Dougherty and Student Government Association Vice President Warren Rigby in a discussion about the free tuition, Community College Opportunity Grant.