The Media Center at Reynolds includes
the Communications Office and the Marketing Office
The Communications Office is a strategic partner for many different programs, people and organizations inside and outside the college. It serves many constituencies in such as Media Relations, Internal Communications, Special Events, Interactive Communications, Legislative Affairs, and Community Engagement. Contact the Communications Office at (804) 523-5229 or email@example.com.
The Marketing Office handles web design and development, publications and printing, paid advertising, graphic design, strategic marketing and brand management. We’re also pretty fun. Contact the Marketing Office at (804) 523-5231 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Terricita Sass of Reynolds Community College Chosen for National Presidential Fellowship for Community College Leaders
40 Aspiring Community College Presidents Will Participate in 2021-2022 Aspen Rising Presidents Fellowship to Advance Student Success
The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program today announced that Dr. Terricita Sass, Vice President of Enrollment Management & Student Services at Reynolds Community College, is one of 40 leaders selected for the 2021-22 class of the Aspen Rising Presidents Fellowship, a highly selective leadership program preparing the next generation of community college presidents to transform institutions to achieve higher and more equitable levels of student success.
Reynolds Partners with Toyota
The world feels like its turning again. Big changes are coming and good things are happening. Reynolds' partnerships, like the latest one with Toyota, offer outstanding opportunities for students and for the Richmond community.
When news of Reynolds partnership with Toyota was released, car dealerships across the Commonwealth were calling to find out how they could get involved. They offered their congratulations, along with scholarships and internships. This is good for all.
A ceremonial Groundbreaking and Car Starting was held on the Reynolds Parham Road campus on Thursday, July 22, 2021. Toyota representatives and dealers, community members, Reynolds board members, and faulty all came together to celebrate the news.
From the Henrico Citizen
Toyota Motors North America (TMNA) recently selected Reynolds as an educational partner for its Toyota T-TEN (Technician Training and Education Network) program. As part of that joint effort, Reynolds will construct a new facility on its Parham Road Campus and relocate all automotive classes to the new space. The cohort-based program will be offered beginning in the fall of 2022.
Bank of America Grants $100,000 to The Kitchens at Reynolds to Help Bolster Social and Economic Mobility in Richmond’s East End
RICHMOND, Va. (July 27, 2021) – Bank of America today announced a $100,000 grant made to The Kitchens at Reynolds, located at 25th and Nine Mile Road in Richmond’s East End. The grant will allow the college to provide job training in culinary arts and connects the community with the full array of academic and workforce programs offered by the college. The investment focuses on changing outcomes for residents in one of the most needed areas of the city. (Photo: Victor Branch with a student at The Kitchens at Reynolds.)
“The Kitchens at Reynolds is about so much more than a new facility, as impressive as it is,” said Victor Branch, President of Bank of America Richmond. “We’re impassioned about helping Reynolds lower the barriers to workforce training and higher education that have hampered East End neighborhoods too long. The training and education this grant will help Reynolds provide are foundational to jobs that pay well and help families not just get by, but plan and save for the future.”
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How important are community college transfer agreements?
Great question. A great answer came in an editorial that appeared in The Richmond Times-Dispatch on Wednesday, June 30.
Reynolds President Paula Pando and VCU President Michael Rao teamed up to help readers grasp the critical role community colleges and transfer opportunities play in the life and health of our community, and its rebuilding in the aftermath of the pandemic.
From the RTD
The pandemic forced our colleges — a community college and a four-year research university — to face a new reality. In just a few weeks, we switched to delivering nearly all classes and services virtually, while starting virus prevention and mitigation protocols and building new supports for our most vulnerable students.