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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

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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.

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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.

Unlike his classmates, Harrison was dapperly attired in a sports coat and scarf over his own campaign T-shirt, a DWH4YCS logo (DaQuann W. Harrison for Ypsilanti Community Schools) splashed across the chest.

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Veterans career fair offers networking, sessions

Designed to connect veterans and their families with potential employers, Washtenaw Community College is co-hosting a networking event and job fair with Hire MI Vet – a community initiative developed to help veterans find meaningful employment.

The college will host the event, which starts at 9:15 a.m. with a presentation by Debby Bezzina, senior program manager for the Ann Arbor Connected Vehicle Test Environment at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute.

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WCC brings workforce development to American Center for Mobility

ANN ARBOR, Mich., May 31, 2017 – Washtenaw Community College is allying a consortium of community colleges to develop training for skilled professionals at the American Center for Mobility (ACM). The college is opening an office on the ACM campus to work with employers on the development of connected and automated vehicles. The office is expected to open in June.

WCC Foundation board names new president, four new members

The Washtenaw Community College Foundation recently announced a new Chairman of its Board of Directors and the addition of four new board members. Their terms began July 1, 2018.

UA wraps up annual instructor training, WCC welcomes 11 new alumni

Wrapping up another successful week of training at Washtenaw Community College, United Association General President Mark McManus called the 1,835 union members who traveled to Ann Arbor for the annual Instructor Training Program the backbone and the future of an organization that represents more than 343,000 plumbers, pipefitters, sprinkler fitters, steam fitters, welders and service techs across the United States and Canada.

Students in WCC STEM Scholars Program will share in $4.9M grant to MSU

A $4.9 million grant to Michigan State University will directly impact low-income students hoping to begin a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) education at Washtenaw Community College.

WCC Foundation's Women's Council honors three county leaders

The Washtenaw Community College Foundation’s Women’s Council honored three extraordinary women at its annual Salute to Women’s Leadership luncheon.

WCC Board of Trustees extends contract of President Bellanca

The Washtenaw Community College Board of Trustees voted to extend the contract of President and CEO Dr. Rose B. Bellanca to June 30, 2020.

Changes in general education requirements to help WCC transfer students succeed

Washtenaw Community College has changed the general education requirements in all of its associate degree programs to better align the college with the requirements of the Michigan Transfer Agreement.

WCC student part of locally-produced documentary

Washtenaw Community College student Veronica Centeno-Cruz is one of 12 cast members whose “otherness” is celebrated in a locally-produced documentary “Me, The ‘Other’” set to premiere at the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor on Monday, January 15.

UA member receives WCC degree in a graduation gown also worn by his wife, 3 kids

Jim Krupp crossed the stage to pick up a college degree he’d waited more than 20 years to achieve, yet wearing a black graduation gown that represented three other degrees he was partially responsible for.

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