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Brandon Tucker, Vice President and Chief Workforce & Community Development Officer at Washtenaw Community College, is one of 24 individuals from around the country appointed to the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Industrial Advisory Committee.
Artwork by faculty members in Washtenaw Community College’s Fine Arts and Digital Media Arts departments is on display at the new art gallery inside the recently renovated Morris Lawrence Building
The largest group of recruits in the history of the WCC Police Academy celebrated its graduation, culminating with 36 members of the 41-person Class of 2022 receiving their badge from the law enforcement departments where they’ll start their career.
More than 70 employers, many looking to hire immediately, will be represented at WCC’s Fall Career and Internship Fair on Thursday, Oct. 13.
Ovell Barbee, former Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources officer Indiana University Health will be the featured speaker at the next Washtenaw Economic Club luncheon Thursday, September 29.
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