News & EventsSaturday, November 22, 2014
Filed under: events
Twenty-four-year-old Princeton Michael is a passionate singer/songwriter. But performing his original work in front of a live audience was nerve wracking. That all changed when he auditioned and was selected for the WCC Talent Show in 2008.
Michigan’s waterways are challenged by climate change, invasive species, trans-basin diversions, and pollution—all of which are man-made problems. One Michigander seeking justice for the Great Lakes and the communities that rely on them is attorney Nick Schroeck.
Every month, employers reach out to the WCC Career Services department, looking for employee referrals. Ross Gordon, who oversees the department, said those discussions are what help keep the job search workshops that he provides free of charge for WCC students timely and relevant.
WCC welcomes corporate consultant and former Hard Rock International trainer Jim Knight to campus for a seminar about energizing corporate culture.
At first glance, the WCC Winter Welcome Day on Wednesday, Jan. 23, will resemble an indoor carnival. But Briannah Henderson, a child care professional major and veteran of several campus Welcome Days, said the event has so much more to offer students.
The health of the Huron River watershed, which is a critical source of water for the region, will be the topic of a talk at WCC on Thursday, Nov. 29.
WCC faculty members are creating a greater understanding of environmental issues with a yearlong series of awareness events and activities focusing on Michigan’s waterways.
WCC invites military veterans to attend a Veterans Hiring Expo on Tuesday, Oct. 30, from noon to 4:00pm in the Morris Lawrence building. The event is free and open to veterans, their family members, WCC students and alumni, and the public.
Noted nature author Jerry Dennis is the keynote speaker for WCC’s “Year of Water” awareness program on Wednesday, Oct. 24, from 6:00pm to 7:00pm at Towsley Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.
Senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick discusses the political landscape of the 2012 presidential election in a special community forum hosted by WCC on Wednesday, Oct. 17. The discussion, which will include an audience question-and-answer period, begins at 6:30pm in the College’s Towsley Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.