News & EventsTuesday, October 25, 2016
Filed under: businesses and partners
Even though you still may be wearing heavy coats, scarves, and mittens, Spring/Summer 2012 Semester is just around the corner.
Prominent economists and business executives will be the featured speakers for the Washtenaw Economic Club’s spring 2012 luncheon lecture series.
Sage advice comes from experience. And experience is what WCC values and celebrates in two new mentorship programs.
Building a sustainable world is the challenge for this and future generations. And constructing a degree program to meet that challenge is exactly what the faculty at WCC did in a unique and collaborative way.
By Nancy Clay
If you’re an employer, would you like a say in what your current and future employees learn in a college classroom? You can have such input if your workers graduate with a vocational/technical certificate or degree from WCC. Those disciplines benefit from the College’s industry-related advisory committees.
WCC is a founding member of the new Workforce Intelligence Network (WIN) for Southeast Michigan, which launched Nov. 15.
The public is invited to attend an open house at WCC to celebrate the renovations and renaming of the College’s Occupational Education building on Sunday, Oct. 23. That afternoon it will be renamed the Larry L. Whitworth Occupational Education building in honor of WCC’s recently retired president.
William Clay Ford, Jr., executive chairman of Ford Motor Company, will address members of the Washtenaw Economic Club during the organization’s October luncheon on Monday, Oct. 17 at WCC.