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Tuesday, November 13, 2018
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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.

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.

WCC United Way campaign raffle winners drawn

Below is a list of WCC United Way campaign raffle winners. Congrats to the winners and a special 'thank you' to all of those who donated prizes.

WCC faculty member William Nelson following his father's footsteps

When Washtenaw Community College faculty member William Nelson won the Technologist of the Year Award from the Michigan Society of Radiologic Technologists last month, a familiar face was there to pin the award on his lapel – his father, Robert Nelson, who won the same award in 1986.

WCC faculty member wins Occupational Studies Outstanding Educator Award

Washtenaw Community College faculty member Elizabeth Connors will be honored with an Occupational Studies Outstanding Educator Award at the Trends in Occupational Studies Conference being held October 24-26 in Troy.

WCC's computer science program recognized for online learning excellence

Washtenaw Community College has been recognized as offering one of the best online computer science programs in the country by AffordableCollegesOnline.org, a leader in higher education information, resources and rankings.

Student leaving an 'indelible mark' on WCC on her way to law school

WCC student exhibiting classroom assignment at ArtPrize

When Lois Wightman first enrolled in a digital photography class at Washtenaw Community College, she was simply looking to learn something creative in her retirement.

WCC's annual Fall Career & Internship Fair is free, open to public

The 2018 Fall Career & Internship Fair at Washtenaw Community College is expected to include representatives from an estimated 70 employers looking to immediately fill current job opportunities. The event is free and open to the public.

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