Approximately 75 high school students from the Gadsden, Attalla and Etowah County school systems will be spending a portion of their summer at Gadsden State Community College participating in the Upward Bound Program. The program begins June 7 and will conclude July 16.
Archive for May, 2010
Students from five Calhoun County high schools will participate in the Upward Bound Program at the Ayers Campus of Gadsden State Community College this summer. Program Director Sharon McGruder said that students from Saks, White Plains, Wellborn, Anniston and Oxford High Schools will participate in the program, which begins June 6 and concludes with a three-day trip to Tennessee July 14.
Gadsden, Ala.–The Gadsden State Community College Health Sciences Division recently received a donation of six acute care beds from Riverview Regional Medical Center. The beds will allow Gadsden State nursing instructors to provide students with hands-on experience while training for clinical care.
Gadsden, Ala.–Gadsden State Cherokee will hold a signing ceremony June 2 at 2 p.m. to commemorate the forthcoming endowment of the new Clemis L. Bailey Nursing Scholarship, which will be awarded to incoming nursing students. Gadsden State President W. Darryl Harrison, Representative Richard Lindsey and Chairman Melvyn Salter of the Cherokee County Commission will be present to witness the authorization of an endowment donation to Gadsden State Community College by retired businessman Ed Bailey.