News & EventsSaturday, April 29, 2017
Filed under: computers
Jenelle Newman may already have a bachelor’s degree and an MBA under her belt, but that hasn’t stopped her from seeking the hands-on training she knows she needs to further her career.
Ypsilanti native Brittany Barnhart, 21, may not have known what career she wanted to pursue when she went to college, but she knew exactly what school would help her figure it out. Having received the Presidential Scholarship from Washtenaw Community College—awarded for a student’s academic achievement—Barnhart enrolled directly after high school.
Justin Anderson, 35, loves his job. It’s evident in the fact that he has worked for AB Hiller, a computer numerical control machining facility, for the past 12 years.
Going to college wasn’t something Matt Spada saw in his future. After high school he worked odd jobs to get by, but soon realized the path he was on wasn’t the right one for him.
Career paths can be full of twists and turns. Sometimes they take us to unexpected places and sometimes they bring us right back to where we started. Such is the case with Nour Mustafa.
The timing couldn’t have been better. At a time when employers are scrambling to fill important jobs, Washtenaw Community College recently hosted the ongoing series: "MI Hidden Talent Tour."
The students at Washtenaw Community College appear to know how to make an impression.
College is hard enough without having to worry about where your next meal is coming from. That’s why the Student Resource Center (SRC) at Washtenaw Community College operates an emergency food pantry for students in need.
Hundreds of influential automotive, academic and governmental thoughtleaders recently gathered at the 2015 MICHAuto Summit at Cobo Hall to glimpse the future—the not-too-distant future.
When Robert Boonin was asked to serve on Washtenaw Community College’s Foundation Board earlier this year, he did not hesitate to jump on board.