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CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE Locations throughout Northeast Ohio P: 800-954-8742 W: tri-c.edu FB: facebook.com/TriC.edu T: @TriCedu Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) has helped thousands of area residents build their future. With four campus locations in Cleveland, Highland Hills, Parma and Westlake, online learning options, and numerous off-campus facilities (such as Brunswick and Corporate College® West), Tri-C has a proud, rich tradition of being the place where futures begin.

KENT STATE UNIVERSITY JEWISH STUDIES PROGRAM 113C Bowman Hall, KSU Kent, OH 44242 P: 330-672-8926 F: 330-672-3720 W: kent.edu/cas/jewishstudiesprogram Chaya Kessler, Director Offering courses and programming pertaining to Jewish culture, history and thought, as well as smaller special topics courses on Jewish history, literature, society, politics and language. Chaya Kessler is program director, teaching different levels of Hebrew and introduction to Jewish studies.

KATHLEEN BLISS GOLDFARB, ASID 440.543.3950 | WOW@decoratingden.com www.WOW.decoratingden.com

COLLEGE NOW

In 2017-18, College Now: Provided FREE college and career access services to 29,000 individuals across Northeast Ohio. Awarded $3.5 million in need-based, renewable scholarships to 1,700 traditional students and adult learners. Saved 1,350 individuals $116 million in future student loan payments through our Student Loan Rescue Program.

Want to learn how we can help YOU? Call 216.241.5587 or visit www.collegenowgc.org.

50 Public Square, Suite 1800 Cleveland, OH 44113

info@collegenowgc.org 216.241.5587

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Profile for Cleveland Jewish Publication Company

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Annual guide to Jewish living in Northeast Ohio

Source 2019  

Annual guide to Jewish living in Northeast Ohio

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