Pam Johnson

Program: Human Resources Management

After more than 30 years of federal service, Pamela Johnson retired. But for Pamela, retirement didn't include planning a vacation or staying at home. For her, it meant starting a second career. And to do this, Pamela returned to school at CCC for a high quality education and affordable classes.

Pamela earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Oregon in 1982. She served four years active duty Air Force and 21 years reserve duty. Pamela also worked 18 years with the U.S. Postal Service. Her next step: retire, return to college and start a new career.

Pamela is utilizing her veteran's benefits to earn a certificate in human resources management at CCC. She works as an intern in the CCC Career Center, and has a work study position through the Department of Veterans Affairs. "I'm preparing for a second career" says Pam. I've always wanted to work in human resources in training and development to help others. I've found my fit at CCC."

Many people like Pam find that CCC offers a high quality and affordable college education that can lead to a high demand career.

Pam Johnson

I am Clackamas.

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