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Oceanside, CA. (October 19, 2022) – WRC announced Stephanie Miller, LMFT as the organization’s new CEO as of September 6.
MiraCosta College has received a state grant of almost $2.9 million that will be used to offer internships, mentoring, and financial support to encourage students to pursue careers in stem cell research and manufacturing.
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OCEANSIDE, Calif,: Congratulations to October’s Rising Stars: Thomas Carramusa from Surfside Educational Academy, Elizabeth Danielson from Oceanside High School, Alejandra Santos from El Camino High School
The MiraCosta Community College District maintains the highest credit ratings from both Moody’s Investors Services (Moody’s) and Standard & Poor’s Global (S&P), receiving a AAA from Standard and Poor's Global and a AAA from Moody’s. This is the third time MiraCosta has received each agency's top rating, having also earned the same ratings in 2017 and 2020.
TrueCare Special Event to Address the Youth Behavioral Health Crisis and Introduce New Programs to the Community on Wednesday, October 19 at 8:00 a.m.
Dr. Benjamin Maxwell, Rady's Children’s Hospital To Keynote the Event
The focus of this special community event, held on the heels of October 10 World Mental Health Day, will be a discussion about the crisis and presentations of the services and programs TrueCare and its community partners are initiating to address this critical area of need for our young adults, especially in underserved communities with limited access to behavioral health services.
Buffalo Wild Wings is giving back to communities by donating $1.3 million to local organizations
OCEANSIDE, Calif. (October 11) - This fall, Buffalo Wild Wings will raise $1.3 million through their Team Up for Kids Campaign to deliver on their mission to "fuel champions of the next generation." The donations will benefit the Buffalo Wild Wings Foundation and support hundreds of organizations around the country. In Oceanside, BWW is proud to partner with Boys & Girls Clubs of Oceanside.
Certain medical needs may qualify you or someone in your home for savings every month on your gas and electric bill. Apply for the Medical Baseline Allowance program if you need to use more energy due to a qualifying medical condition or to prevent an existing condition from getting worse.
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We are proud to announce our 4th Quarter initiative that is intended to encourage and invite for profit community to actively support those who help our communities through community service.
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San Diego Business Journal and San Diego County & Imperial County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce have recognized these leaders for their dedication to healthcare for the Hispanic community
San Marcos, Calif., October 12, 2022 --- TrueCare’s Dr. Jorge Otañez and Moises Moreida have been honored as Top 50 Latino Leaders of Influence for 2022 by the San Diego Business Journal and San Diego County & Imperial County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Members of the public are invited to attend MiraCosta College’s Annual Community Leaders Breakfast: Report to the Region on Friday, October 21, at the Cape Rey Resort in Carlsbad.
The Conrad Prebys Foundation grants Studio ACE $20,000 for Valley Arts Festival Spirit Of The Valley: A Celebration of a Luiseño Tribe, The San Luis Rey Band of Mission India
Oceanside CA— Studio ACE is proud to present the second annual Valley Arts Festival (VAF), supported by a grant from The Conrad Prebys Foundation, and with promotional sponsorship provided by Visit Oceanside. VAF will take place in partnership with Oceanside Public Library, Friends of the Oceanside Public Library, Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation, Muramid Art & Cultural Center (and California HQ for the UNESCO Center for Peace), and Mission San Luis Rey, and in cooperation with Mel Vernon, Captain, San Luis Rey Band of Mission Indians.
A ribbon cutting ceremony for the Grand Opening of Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream takes place on Saturday, October 8th from 11:30am to 4:30 pm. Entertainment, prizes and drawings, face painting, balloon artists and VIP guest presenters will all be part of the celebration. The store will be open for regular store hours.
MiraCosta College has been awarded a $3 million federal grant that will increase academic and social supports for Latinx students and better connect their education as a pathway to high-demand careers. The MiraCosta College Foundation has also stepped up to match a portion of the annual grant funds to create a longer-lasting endowment to ensure the grant will have impact beyond its five-year term.
Emergencies come in many forms such as wildfires, storms, earthquakes or floods. There’s no better time to prepare for an emergency than right now. Below are some tips and resources to help you plan and stay safe should an emergency happen. Click here for emergency checklists and evacuation plan ideas.
CARLSBAD, Calif. – Retired Army Maj. Gen. Peggy C. Combs, whose command assignments included overseeing Army high school and college JROTC and ROTC units nationwide, has been selected as the new President of the Army and Navy Academy.
The community is invited to the groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of construction for the new Chemistry and Biotechnology Building at MiraCosta’s Oceanside Campus.
One of the largest cultural events of the year, the annual the Latino Book & Family Festival, comes to MiraCosta College October 15. The event will feature over 100 exhibitors organized in villages focused on authors, children, education, food, and health, and will include more than 30 award-winning authors of works in all genres written by or about Latinos. The festival will also include entertainment, a children’s stage, bilingual activities, workshops, food, and book giveaways.
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Farmer founder of program raising millions in scholarship funds for farm worker’s children
The San Diego County Farm Bureau (SDCFB) recently named Neil Nagata, a third generation Oceanside farmer who is a leading agriculture advocate for both growers and farm workers, the 2021 Farmer of the Year. The guest of honor will be celebrated in October at SDCFB’s annual Farmer of the Year event with his family, friends, and the agriculture community.
Department of Energy Awards Funding Rep. Mike Levin Secured to Advance Consent-Based Storage of Nuclear Waste
Washington, D.C. – Today, the Department of Energy (DOE) announced it is awarding $16 million Rep. Mike Levin (D-CA) helped secure to communities that may be willing to host spent nuclear fuel, including the waste at San Onofre. At least six communities will receive funding to facilitate information gathering and public engagement on the potential to host spent nuclear fuel.
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SAN MARCOS, Calif. (September 14, 2022) — North San Diego County residents now have greater access to same-day health care services with the opening of a new TrueCare West San Marcos QuickCare on Grand Avenue. Prompt quality medical care is vital, especially with flu season approaching, and TrueCare is ready to serve the community with expanded access to non-emergency health care services that require immediate attention.
House Passes Three of Rep. Mike Levin’s Bipartisan Bills to Improve Veterans’ Education and Economic Benefits
Washington, D.C. – Today, the House of Representatives passed three bipartisan bills Rep. Mike Levin (D-CA) introduced to help veterans start their own businesses, protect veterans’ GI Bill benefits during national emergencies, and allow military families to get out of contracts under certain circumstances. The House passed Rep. Levin’s Student Veteran Emergency Relief Act, which was amended to also include Levin’s Emergency Relief for Servicemembers Act and his Veteran Eligibility for Necessities To Undertake Rewarding Entrepreneurship (VENTURE) Act.