NEWS

There are a number of ways to keep in touch with news and events at Ourimbah Campus. 

•    Events Calendar  - available on this website here.

•    Your News – can be emailed directly to you or click here to view the Your News page.

•    Connect with us – ‘like’ us on FB or follow us on Twitter, find out more here.

•    Yourimbah app – our free App, click here for more info.

•    Noticeboards on campus – keep an eye out for updates on the noticeboards around campus.

Free lunches Semester 2, 2017

All the dates for free lunches at Ourimbah campus in Semester 2, 2017

Change the Course: National Report on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment at Australian Universities 2017

The Australian Human Rights Commission has released the Change the Course: National Report on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment at Australian Universities, which reports findings from its national student survey on sexual assault and sexual harassment among university students.

Share the Dignity

A message from the CCCC:

 

Here at the Central Coast Community College we are continually looking for ways to better support our community, such as offering innovative aeducation and training opportunities, partnering with local community groups or reaching out to those who need assistance through various activities.

Signarama

Know somebody that's looking for a career kick-start?

Signarama has 20 FREE Pre-Apprenticeship Placements to Join our Dynamic Industry.

Secret Shoppers Needed

If you are 18 or 19, you can earn money and help  the Central Coast Local Health
District address an important health issue at the same time.

Your mission is to attempt to purchase alcohol from a list of bottle shops you will
be given, without showing ID. You’ll receive a $17 payment for each bottle shop
surveyed, and a $100 gift voucher when you complete your list.

If you decide to become a “secret shopper”, you will be working for the ‘Shadow
Shopper’ company, and liaising with Gina from the Health Promotion Service at
Central Coast Local Health District.

FULL DETAILS HERE

More about the project http://www.healthpromotion.com.au/EDDI/AS2M.htm 


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