WCC News Story Archive: January 2022

Malia Ellis

Student Profile: Let's all join Malia's Movement

Rich Rezler - January 22, 2022

Malia Ellis fought through the burdens of embarrassment and isolation that a physical disability can crudely place upon a young girl. So the 19-year-old WCC student is on a mission to erase those burdens for future generations.

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tags: Student Profile, Disabilities, January 2022, On The Record

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WCC alumna now fluent in 4 languages: Spanish, English, Law and Tech

Rich Rezler - January 22, 2022

Alejandra Hornak came to WCC to pursue a career in law enforcement, but is now part of an international cybersecurity firm that travels the globe protecting organizations from cyber threats.

View Post :   WCC alumna now fluent in 4 languages: Spanish, English, Law and Tech

tags: January 2022, Criminal Justice, English as a Second Language, cybersecurity, On The Record, Alumni Profile

MLK Day Celebration

MLK Day Celebration: Building a 'beloved community'

Fran LeFort - January 14, 2022

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy of a nonviolent approach to equality for all was honored by WCC in a virtual celebration that united people from all walks of life, including a representative of Congress and a county prosecutor.

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tags: MLK Day, Diversity, January 2022, On The Record

Agnes and Stephen Reading

$1 million gift from Agnes and Stephen Reading creates 10 annual nursing scholarships

Fran LeFort - December 16, 2021

A $1 million gift to the Washtenaw Community College Foundation by Agnes and Stephen Reading will fund 10 annual full-ride scholarships for WCC nursing students. The Ann Arbor philanthropists are longtime supporters of WCC.

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tags: WCC Foundation, Nursing, Donation, January 2022, Scholarships, 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.

View Post :   Student Trevor Clayton represents WCC on national transportation panel

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