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Local Businesses and Educators Continue Commitment to Encouraging Local Youth to Pursue Careers in Science and Technology

20140527 yes-days-weldingThe 22nd Annual Yes Days program took place on May 15th and 16th at Washington State Community College, with over 600 participating 7th graders from Washington and Morgan County schools.

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ana-26-636x489-smThe Evergreen Arts & Humanities Series of Washington State Community College (WSCC) will close out its 15th season with the annual Mother's Day Concert & Tea featuring classical guitarist Ana Vidovic at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 11th in the Graham Auditorium. WristRock Publishing describes Ana as on the world's finest classical guitar virtuosos. "She is an extraordinary talent with formidable gifts taking her place amongst the elite musicians of the world today."

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20140310 graduate-ebersoleSeven students – Yvette Yeadon, Casey Wilson, Corey Hoover, Alan Searl, Troy Weaver, Chelsea Ball, and Reed Garrett were recently honored at a graduation ceremony in recognition of their completion of the first cohort of the MultiCraft Certification Program at the Washington State Community College Morgan County Learning Center. The program, which was launched in March 2013, teaches students practical skills that allow them to transition immediately into a job in manufacturing settings. This program provides a new opportunity for local students to receive a great education close to home and finally get that job they have been hoping for.


WHAT: Students, staff members, and clubs at WSCC have been collecting one gallon jugs of water for those in need in West Virginia. After the recent chemical spill near Charleston, many people in the Mid Ohio Valley wanted to find a way to reach out and help our friends in West Virginia. The collection ends at 10:00am on Friday, February 14th. At 10:30am the water will be loaded into trucks and taken to Twisted Sisters Boutique in Marietta, Ohio, where it will then be transferred to people affected by the chemical spill West Virginia. Around 600 gallons of water will be donated.


It can be hard to find a job when you do not know where to look. Fortunately, there are local organizations that are here to help you with that process. Washington State Community College (WSCC) is hosting a Spring Job Fair. The event will be held on Thursday, March 13th. Employers from across the Mid Ohio Valley who are looking to fill job openings will be on the WSCC campus. Whether you are unemployed, under employed, or simply want a change in careers, this is your opportunity to network with local business and find that job you have been waiting for. For more information please contact Nicole Kuhn at WSCC by phone at 740.374.8716 ext. 1880 or over e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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