WCC News Story Archive: On The Record

Trevor Clayton

Student Trevor Clayton represents WCC on national transportation panel

Fran LeFort - December 15, 2021

Washtenaw Community College (WCC) student Trevor Clayton was selected as a panelist for the National Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) webinar discussion held December 3. Clayton joined peers from four other community colleges throughout the nation to discuss the many transportation fields of study and potential career paths and to impart advice to interested high school students.

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tags: On The Record, Automotive, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Advanced Transportation Center, Transportation Technologies, January 2022, CCAT

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New SERVE program boosts entrepreneurs with a social impact focus

Fran LeFort - November 18, 2021

A new program through Washtenaw Community College’s (WCC) Entrepreneurship Center supports social impact-minded businesses.

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tags: Entrepreneurship Center, December 2021, Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurs-in-Residence, On The Record

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Marching on: WCC students participate in EMU band

Rich Rezler - November 17, 2021

Jamis Coates and Katie Loy perform alongside their fellow EMU Marching Band members this season, the continuation of an agreement by the band to welcome WCC students into the mix.

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tags: On The Record, Student Activities, Eastern Michigan University, December 2021, Transfer

Christopher Shepherd

Former WCC student says studying liberal arts 'prepares you for the long run rather than for a particular job'

Rich Rezler - October 21, 2021

Christopher Shepherd, who attended WCC as a dual-enrolled high school student, is a keynote speaker during the college's upcoming Liberal Arts Week events.

View Post :   Former WCC student says studying liberal arts 'prepares you for the long run rather than for a particular job'

tags: Dual-Enrollment, Liberal Arts Week, liberal arts, December 2021, Liberal Arts Innovation Group, On The Record

Miles Butler on Harvard campus

After 'finding his path' at WCC, Miles Butler is pursuing a master's degree at Harvard

Rich Rezler - October 13, 2021

Miles Butler's educational journey started at Washtenaw Community College and continued at two of the elite academic institutions in the nation — the University of Michigan and Harvard University.

View Post :   After 'finding his path' at WCC, Miles Butler is pursuing a master's degree at Harvard

tags: Student Success, Center for Career Success, On The Record, Transfer, University Transfer Center, December 2021, Alumni Profile

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WCC opens HBCU Pathway, a new pipeline to student success

Fran LeFort - October 12, 2021

WCC has established the first comprehensive transfer agreement between a Michigan community college and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). Benefits include guaranteed admission, access to in-state tuition and student support.

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tags: Transfer, HBCU Pathway, December 2021, On The Record, Diversity, Student Success, University Transfer Center

Shelby Beaty

Student profile: Photography major Shelby Beaty also working on her business plan

Rich Rezler - October 09, 2021

It’s estimated that 75 percent of American college students start their higher education as undecided about their field of study or change their major at least once. Shelby Beaty is not most students.

View Post :   Student profile: Photography major Shelby Beaty also working on her business plan

tags: Student Profile, Photography, Digital Photography, ousearch_Programs_Entrepreneurship and Innovation, On The Record, December 2021, ousearch_Programs_Photographic Imaging, Entrepreneurship

Demetrius Jenkins in WCC nursing lab

Student profile: Passion for patients led former EMT Demetrius Jenkins to nursing

Kathryn Wagner - October 04, 2021

For the past eight years, Demetrius Jenkins has served Washtenaw County as an emergency medical technician while contemplating and researching possible next career steps. His decision? Nursing.

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tags: Student Profile, On The Record, December 2021, Nursing, Men in Nursing

Tony Procassini

In memoriam: Tony Procassini, long-time trustee and college supporter

Rich Rezler - September 23, 2021

“Since Washtenaw Community College was only an idea, Tony Procassini has been woven into the fabric of this institution. He was a driving force behind its formation, served on its Board of Trustees for more than a quarter century, helped establish the WCC Foundation, and was a constant supporter and valued contributor to the WCC mission,” said WCC President Dr. Rose B. Bellanca.

View Post :   In memoriam: Tony Procassini, long-time trustee and college supporter

tags: Memoriam, December 2021, On The Record, Tony Procassini, Board of Trustees

Kevin Van Kannel

WCC Foundation board member Kevin Van Kannel focused on relationships, service and giving back

Anita LeBlanc - August 21, 2021

Kevin Van Kannel believes his Ann Arbor-based business, UTEC, continues to thrive in part because of investments in relationships like the one his company has with WCC and over 25 Washtenaw County nonprofit organizations.

View Post :   WCC Foundation board member Kevin Van Kannel focused on relationships, service and giving back

tags: On The Record, WCC Foundation, August 2021