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  • Tune in to our monthly podcast for timely discussions about education, the community, programs, events, issues, and solutions that affect the people of Hudson County. Each podcast will feature guest speakers, including HCCC students!

    Truly Inspirational: HCCC Alumni
    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.
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    HCCC Honor Societies
    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.
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    The HCCC Foundation Art Collection: Over 1,000 Works to View
    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.
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    All About the HCCC Fine Arts Programs
    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.
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    Advanced Manufacturing Degree and Apprenticeship Program with Eastern Millwork Podcast
    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.
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    Community College Opportunity Grant Podcast
    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.
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