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March 14, 2018
Diana Z. Rodriguez, President of San Bernardino Valley College, was named 2018 Woman of the Year by California's 47th Assembly District today at a special ceremony in the State Capitol.
March 13, 2018
SBVC alumnus Joshua Bell grew up in Los Angeles, CA, and moved to San Bernardino young, bouncing between schools that matched his age and prepared his heart for career climbing once graduated. He transferred to San Andreas High School and from there attended San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC), where his passions took root and his high school diploma got upgraded to a gleaming college one.
March 13, 2018
Professor JamesStewart has been teaching at San Bernardino Valley College since 1976, and is still as enthused to work with students now as he was then.
March 13, 2018
On February 9, San Bernardino Valley College hosted a Black History Month Breakfast & Fashion Show, incorporating a unique element of student participation into the annual celebration to allow guests to appreciate the evolution of African American fashion and music against its historical influences.
March 10, 2018
Some folks look to unwind after a hard day’s work at a nice, calm spa, or go for a night of deep restful sleep. Others, like Scott Stark, enjoy unwinding down the side of the steep rocky slope, often nowhere near his home in Yucaipa, California.
March 6, 2018
On March 7, 2018, San Bernardino Valley College will host labor leader and civil rights activist Dolores Huerta in an event titled Si Se Puede: A Dialogue with Dolores Huerta. This public event, to be held in the SBVC Auditorium at 1PM, is free and open to the public.
February 14, 2018
On Friday, February 23, 2018, San Bernardino Valley College will host a Black History & Civil Rights Concert, a public performance that is free and open to the community.
February 12, 2018
Jerry Mason, currently a custodian at SBVC, and his brother-in-law Thomas Ray Palmore created an after-school track & field club when the need was dire. Reflecting on his history in athletics, Jerry was an incredible athlete at Cajon High School--but he never got the support he needed. Turning his past into tinder for flame, Jerry brandished a simple attitude: "Let's go out here and start helping these kids," and T.J. Striders has spread through the Inland Empire community like wildfire.