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ACCF awarded $25k grant to boost Apprenticeship Programs

The Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco announced its 2018 AHEAD Program winners on September 6 and named Amador Community College Foundation (ACCF) one of 54 winners from the 192 applications received. ACCF, the funding organization for Amador College Connect,...

Our “Cruising the Carribean” Annual Gala was a Success!

Amador Community College Foundation raised $34,000 for program operations of the Amador College Connect Center at this event. Amador County is blessed with generous citizens! If you were not able to attend but would still like to contribute, please click here to make...

Hospitality Management Classes Offered Fall 2018

Amador College Connect coordinates with Jackson Rancheria and Columbia College Apprenticeship Initiative to offer Hospitality Management Classes in Amador County! Amador College Connect and Jackson Rancheria have collaborated with Columbia College’s Apprenticeship...

FAFSA Expert Tira Lawhorn connects students to financial aid

FAFSA Expert Tira Lawhorn connects students to financial aid

Tira Lawhorn, Amador College Connect’s college financial aid “wizard,” is the type of dedicated professional who responds to students even while on vacation. Coastline Community College online student, Harmony Lopez, learned this recently when Lawhorn called in from...

FAFSA Q&A with Tira Lawhorn

Got a question about paying for college? Ask Tira! Tira Lawhorn, Amador College Connect’s FAFSA expert who meets bi-weekly with students to complete their FAFSA applications, recently answered these questions posed to her about the process of applying for financial...

MHSA Scholarship Student Tammy Montgomery

Tammy Montgomery walked by Amador College Connect for five months before getting the courage to go in to inquire about taking online college courses. She had lost her home in Calaveras County in the Butte Fire, was in temporary housing with no computer and the one...

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