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Washington State Community College (WSCC) will hold a Math Summit on April 19th. The summit comes during the heart of Community College Month, and its purpose is to bring attention to the math-skills gap that is causing problems for some area high-school graduates when they begin math studies at the college level. Goals of the summit include bringing secondary and post-secondary math educators together to brainstorm solutions for this skills gap, particularly as it pertains to lack of retention of previously learned material. David Scheimann, Retention Coordinator at WSCC, talks about the reasons for the summit. "I have some statistics that show that a lot of students test into developmental math at WSCC, and it concerns me because they have already been through the material", he laments. It will take the collaboration of both secondary and college instructors to make sure incoming college students are well-prepared for math success at WSCC and other institutions of higher education.


The Evergreen Arts and Humanities Series (EAHS) at Washington State Community College is proud to welcome a panel of world-renowned human rights activists to Washington State Community College's campus for an upcoming symposium on Cuba. The symposium will highlight human rights abuses on the island nation of Cuba and will take place over the course of three days, April 18 – 20. As all of the panelists are experts on the current situation in Cuba, the small island nation will be the focus of the discussion; however, the presenters will emphasize the importance of human rights activism in all parts of the world.


The Practical Nursing program at Washington State Community College (WSCC) is still accepting applicants for the May 20th full-time day program! In order to apply, students should have an ACT score of 20 or higher, or take the TEAS-V entrance exam. The entrance exam will be administered on WSCC's campus on two more occasions prior to the program's May 20th start date. The exam dates are Thursday, April 11th from 5-9pm, and Friday, May 3rd from 9am-1pm. There is a $45.00 exam fee.


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Washington State Community College has welcomed several new employees over the past few months. Since November of 2012, 11 new faces have been added to the campus staff. Our most recent hire, Nicole Crump, is taking charge of a brand new position: Assistant Director of Admissions—Adult Learners and Career Services. In this position, Crump will be reaching out to adults who are 25 and older to inform them about how they can achieve their career goals through college education. She will also be collaborating with career services to help current WSCC students research job opportunities so they will be prepared to enter the workforce upon graduation. Future plans for the position include résumé writing workshops, and in-class information sessions covering best practices for job searching and career preparation. Crump is strongly committed to promoting quality education and workforce skills throughout the Mid-Ohio Valley. "I am excited to help people in our area pursue their career goals through educational opportunities at Washington State Community College," says Crump. "Starting an education at Washington State allows students to save money, gain valuable skills which can lead to employment, or work toward a bachelor's degree," she adds.


On Saturday, March 2, 2013, Washington State Community College (WSCC) collaborated with the Washington County Career Center to host a portion of the Southeast Regional Skills USA Competition for local career centers this past Saturday. The competition, which was held at WSCC's campus, attracted 46 high school students from area career centers. The event provided a venue for all student participants to demonstrate their talents in selected technical fields. "This was a great event for the Career Center students," says Brenda Kornmiller, Dean of Business, Engineering, and Industrial Technologies. Dean Kornmiller went on to discuss how the event has evolved. "We have worked with the Washington County Career Center for years by hosting the automotive competition," she notes, "and this year we added five new competitions." This year's event included the debut of crime scene investigation, criminal justice, architectural drafting, precision machining, and technical drafting competitions, along with the return of the automotive services competition.

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