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Tri-C hosts free leadership camps

Cuyahoga Community College will host three overnight leadership camps for students ages 9-13 that attend the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD). Students who attend the six charter schools that include Village Preparatory School, Entrepreneurship Preparatory School, Intergenerational School, Near West Intergenerational School, Citizen’s Leadership Academy and Promise Academy are also eligible to attend.

The sessions, which run Monday through Friday for five days and four nights, will cover topics like achieving goals, overcoming challenges and improving health and wellness.  Activities for the camp include fishing, swimming, hikes and creating arts and crafts.

Students interested in attending will need to have their CMSD student ID number when calling and the CRN number for the session they are interested in as listed below. 

The two camp sessions for girls are as follows: Session 7 will run August 1 through August 5, 2011, (CRN # 54385); Session 9 will run August 15 through August 19, 2011 (CRN # 54387). Session 8, the camp for boys, will run from August 8 through August 12 and is CRN # 54386.

The pickup and drop off point for the camps is the Metropolitan Campus at 2900 Community College Avenue in Cleveland.  The camps are sponsored by the Tri-C department of Campus Police and Security and the NAACP Cleveland Branch.

To make reservations for these camps, contact 216-987-3075.  For additional information, you can contact Wesley Baynes at 216-987-2246.


Tri-C HIMT program receives high marks

The Health Information Management Technology (HIMT) program at Cuyahoga Community College received continuing accreditation following a quality review of its Annual Program Assessment Report (APAR) by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).  There were no issues found with the report, with several areas being highly regarded by the CAHIIM.

CAHIIM rated the Tri-C HIMT program’s graduate placement and student satisfaction rates as excellent.  The program successfully placed 80 percent of its 35 graduates in 2010 with a satisfaction mark of 87.5 percent.

Employer satisfaction with Tri-C HIMT graduates was even more impressive.  All 10 employers who responded to the survey (12 total were surveyed) were completely satisfied with the graduates.

Graduate performance on the Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) certification exam was rated “very good.”  Ninety-five percent of graduates who take the RHIT certification exam pass on their first attempt.

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