WCC News Story Archive

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Skilled trades careers are high-tech, high-demand and high-wage

Rich Rezler - August 16, 2022

Professional trades careers in Michigan pay about 39% higher than the statewide average for all occupations. Those same careers often require less schooling and student debt than a four-year degree.

View Post :   Skilled trades careers are high-tech, high-demand and high-wage

tags: Auto Body Repair, Automotive Services, Welding and Fabrication, Construction, Transportation Technologies, Automotive Powertrain Development, Motorcycle Service, Launch Fall 2022, Launch, Advanced Manufacturing, HVAC, Skilled Trades, Engineering

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United Association instructor training brings nearly 3,000 visitors to WCC campus, Ann Arbor area

Fran LeFort - August 12, 2022

The United Association instructor training program will have a record turnout when it returns to the WCC campus after a two-year hiatus.

View Post :   United Association instructor training brings nearly 3,000 visitors to WCC campus, Ann Arbor area

tags: United Association, UA Instructor Training Program

Alex Spencer in front of Mustang Mach-E

WCC grad Alex Spencer exemplifies next generation of transportation workforce

Fran LeFort - August 10, 2022

WCC is educating a nimble, highly skilled workforce for the next generation of automated transportation and mobility, and recent graduate Alex Spencer is poised to become one of those new leaders.

View Post :   WCC grad Alex Spencer exemplifies next generation of transportation workforce

tags: Launch, Advanced Transportation, Launch Fall 2022, CCAT, Automotive Services, Automotive, Alumni Profile

Ajahnee and Amaria Harris

WCC STEM Scholars program fuels passions for Harris sisters

Fran LeFort - August 07, 2022

STEM Scholars was established at WCC in 2018 to encourage and facilitate success for students seeking science, technology, engineering and math careers. It supports underrepresented students through multiple grants.

View Post :   WCC STEM Scholars program fuels passions for Harris sisters

tags: STEM Scholars Program, Launch, 3D Animation, Transfer, STEM, Student Profile, Launch Fall 2022

Alex Chumney in Biology lab

Goldwater Scholar on track to be next WCC alumna turned STEM star

Fran LeFort - August 06, 2022

Look no further than recent alumna Alex Chumney’s achievements to see WCC’s relevance in bringing up the next generation of STEM leaders.

View Post :   Goldwater Scholar on track to be next WCC alumna turned STEM star

tags: Automotive Cybersecurity, Launch Fall 2022, Alumni Profile, STEM Scholars Program, NASA, STEM, Launch, cybersecurity

Z-Degree

WCC offers first 'Z-Degree,' associate degree program with zero textbook costs

Rich Rezler - July 29, 2022

Continuing its commitment to keep higher education affordable, WCC has made it possible for a student to earn an associate degree without ever purchasing a textbook.

View Post :   WCC offers first 'Z-Degree,' associate degree program with zero textbook costs

tags: Z-Degree, Affordability, Open Education Resources

Truck driving school

Washtenaw Community College and Trainco partner to fill truck driving talent pipeline

Fran LeFort - July 28, 2022

Washtenaw Community College (WCC) is partnering with Trainco Truck Driving Schools to offer a full-service CDL-A educational training program to help fill critical workforce needs.

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tags: Industry, Trucking, Workforce Development, Workforce Training, Partnership

WCC Collegiate Recovery Program

WCC Collegiate Recovery Program receives grant from Jamie Daniels Foundation

Rich Rezler - July 27, 2022

The Collegiate Recovery Program at WCC received a grant from the Jamie Daniels Foundation that will endow a scholarship for a student in the program and assist in its quest to provide all WCC students with recovery support, connection and community to improve their health and well-being.

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tags: WCC Foundation, Collegiate Recovery Program, Student Services, Grants

Aisha Bowe leading Super STEAM Saturday class

Middle school students invited to Super STEAM Saturdays at WCC

Fran LeFort - July 26, 2022

WCC faculty members will lead interactive monthly workshops designed to expose students to the wide world of STEAM career options.

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tags: Community enrichment, STEAM, Campus Events, Super STEAM Saturdays

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WCC, faculty union agree to three-year contract

Fran LeFort - July 20, 2022

The WCC Board of Trustees has ratified a three-year contract between the college and its faculty union.

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tags: Press Release, Faculty, Faculty Contract