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Monday, February 18, 2019

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Two WCC students are semifinalists for prestigious scholarship

Two Washtenaw Community College students are among the semifinalists for a prestigious Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship.

Ahmed Ghalib and Jianing “Vivian” Wang are on the 2019 semifinalists list, selected by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation from a pool of nearly 1,500 applicants attending 369 community colleges in 45 states and the District of Columbia.

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WCC opening new Career Transitions Office

Washtenaw Community College is opening a new Career Transitions Office to prepare employers, individuals and the community for future jobs.

“The days when you train for one job that you keep for the rest of your career are over,” said WCC President Dr. Rose B. Bellanca.

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WCC alumna Aisha Bowe inspires students, energizes staff with lecture

Aisha Bowe has two aerospace engineering degrees from the University of Michigan, spent nearly seven years working for NASA in northern California and today is a successful tech entrepreneur based in the Washington D.C. area.

That impressive career progression all started with a single A in an algebra class at Washtenaw Community College. That set off what Bowe calls the key to any large-scale success – a series of small wins.

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90 new stations will make WCC's recycling effort easier, more effective

When Washtenaw Community College students return for the start of the winter semester on January 14, they’ll be greeted by 90 new recycling and waste stations placed in corridors, lobbies and other common spaces around campus.

Student food pantry gets big donation from a little WCC teamwork

A little teamwork by the Washtenaw Community College custodial team, its Recycle Operations department and members of the student honor society Phi Theta Kappa is resulting in significant financial support for WCC students with food insecurities.

WCC receives donation of 2018 Murano from Nissan Technical Center North America

The Nissan Technical Center North America’s (NTCNA) donation of a 2018 Nissan Murano is being called a “turning point” for the Auto Service programs at Washtenaw Community College.

WCC, Michigan Medicine launch Service Desk Apprenticeship Progam

Apprenticeships are typically associated with the skilled trades. You might first think of a plumber or electrician apprentice? Or maybe a welder or carpenter?

WCC cuts ribbon on nursing labs, celebrates Center of Excellence distinction

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder was among the dignitaries that helped Washtenaw Community College celebrate its national Center of Excellence in Nursing Education designation and cut the ribbon on its new nursing simulation laboratories at a special ceremony held Thursday evening.

Students get glimpse into cybersecurity thanks to WCC instructors

The Square One Education Network recently called on Washtenaw Community College to showcase its new instrument that allows interactive learning to help stifle hacking in the auto industry.

Breaking Barriers: Women in CTE @ WCC

The first meetings of the Breaking Barriers: Women in Career and Technical Education @ WCC group were held last week.

Ann Arbor mayor releases proclamation for National Apprenticeship Week

November 12-18 is National Apprenticeship Week, a U.S. Department of Labor-led opportunity to show support for apprenticeship and showcase programs, facilities and apprentices in local communities.

How much will you save?

Students who complete their first two years of general education classes at WCC before transferring to complete their bachelor's degree can save more than $17,000 compared to spending four years at a Michigan public four-year college or university.

WCC student's bid for Ypsilanti school board comes up short

DaQuann Harrison started his Election Day like any other Washtenaw Community College student, stopping at his local polling place to vote before heading to campus for a 9 a.m. English 111 class with instructor William T. Day.

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