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Alert: Attention: Network, System, and Internet Outage College-Wide Saturday, April 4, beginning at 8 am and be resolved before Sunday, April 5.

Affected college systems: Internet, Website, HCCC WiFi, VPN, MyHudson, Colleague, Business Objects, Shared Drives, Telephone system, logging in to HCCC systems, Faculty/Staff Email, Online Applications, Recruit
Unaffected: Student Email, Office 365, OneDrive, Canvas – please be logged in before 8 am Saturday, April 4.
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  • Telephone – (201) 360-4310
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Hudson County Community College’s Division of Continuing Education and Workforce Development to Hold the 5th Annual Girls in Technology Symposium This Thursday

Posted: 3/28/2018
Contact: Jennifer Christopher, 201-360-4061, jchristopher@hccc.edu –- Roger Jones, 201-200-1080, rj@jonesandassociatescommunications.com

    Young women from 8 Hudson County high schools will participate
    in the daylong event.

 

    What: The Fifth Annual Hudson County Community College (HCCC) “Girls in Technology” Symposium, daylong event featuring a roundtable discussion with women working in technology, a Liberty Science Center live surgery demonstration, a coding activity hosted by Girls Who Code, and cyber-security and environmental technology activities presented by the College’s Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) Department. There will also be the announcement of the student essay contest at the program opening, and display of students’ presentations on “Technology: Past, Present & Future.” Breakfast and lunch will be served.

 

    Who: Approximately 100 students from Bayonne, Dickinson, Hoboken, Kearny, Liberty,
Muftaahul Uloom, North Bergen, and Union City High Schools; HCCC Interim Dean, STEM Division Dr. Salim Bendaoud to present the welcoming address; Student Essay Winner Mariam Kamerji of North Bergen High School; Women Working in Tech Roundtable with Barbara Bory - STEM Innovation at Liberty Science Center, Adrienne Crosby – Campus Operations Specialist and Information Systems & Technology at University of Phoenix, Melissa Dunkerley – Technical Account Manager at VMWare, Johanna Torres – Technologist at JP Morgan Chase, and Sue Weston – Engineer at
CIO Magazine .

 

    When: Thursday, March 29 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:45 p.m.

 

    Where: HCCC STEM Building, 263 Academy Street, Jersey City, NJ – right off of Bergen Avenue and just blocks away from the Journal Square PATH Transportation Center.