If you showed Batman the virtual alleyways of the internet, he’d have his hands full fighting villains like credit card crooks, identity thieves and malware hackers.
California native Bernadette Granados never lost hope in herself or her dream of a college education.
For many of us, “tax season” is a harried five-hour window between mid-afternoon on April 15 and whatever time the post office closes.
But while mere mortals wallow in piles of receipts, despairing as they scramble to organize endless forms, professionals like Colette Harnisch are enjoying every minute of it.
In response to the protective mask shortage brought about by COVID-19, a small crew from Irvine Valley College’s (IVC) Theatre Department pitched in to help by making masks. The industrious trio consists of IVC’s costume/makeup designer Nancy Bracken, dance costume seamstress Nancy Taylor, and student Swede Mont.
One of the many Irvine Valley College #IVCTogetherStrong heroes is Paralegal Studies instructor Renato Izquieta. Renato has been a member of the IVC family for nearly a decade. He teaches both classroom and online courses in civil litigation, family law, and bankruptcy.