Going Back to School is an Investment

Your Future Self Will Thank You For

 

This past year in particular has been a tough one and many of us have experienced things we never thought possible.
Now is the time to explore all of the possibilities a new career can offer!

Making the decision to go back to school, look for a new career or plan for career advancement is not always easy.
If you are ready to explore new possibilities, we are here to help guide you to your next opportunity!

​Taking the steps toward a more stable and rewarding future starts with joining us for an Info Session. 
We are also excited to announce that we will be offering personalized tours for those interested in learning more about our campus and the labs we use.
You can sign up below!

 

Adult Education News

Leanna
Congrats to our February Staff of the Month winner Leanna Wentzel! Leanna has been at WCSCC since August 2017 and attended Stark State College & Western Governors University. She says her biggest supporters have been her husband (Scott Wentzel) and the person that motivated her to start college, her sister-in-law (Sarah McCune).Leanna also says...
Mitchell
Congrats to our February Student of the Month! Mitchell Deitrich is a Trade & Industry Apprentice at WCSCC. He graduated from the HS Electronics program in 2001 and decided to come back as an adult when his place of employment offered the apprenticeship.After graduation, Mitchell plans to continue benefiting his place of employment since they...
Therese
January Staff Member of the Month:  Therese Clevenger  Therese was nominated by Sandy Elliot who says, “Therese is a quiet but dedicated team member; with big emphasis on team!  She is always willing to step in and help those around her.  She is detailed and thoughtful in her work”. Therese began working at WCSCC with ABLE  in November of 2000. She...
SOTM
Congratulations to our January Adult Ed Student of the Month, Richard Herwick! Richard is in our Robotics program which is a specialty you can choose from our Manufacturing Technologies program. He says, "I was initially interested in the Maintenance Program and heard WCSCC was a really great school. I learned about the Robotics program while I...
Jen Morphew
Congratulations to our December Adult Ed Student of the Month Jennifer Morphew! Jennifer is in our nursing program and says she chose to come to the career center because our instructors are amazing and go out of their way to make sure you succeed. After graduation, Jennifer plans to continue her education and become a Registered Nurse. In...
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act or CARES Act, was passed on March 27th, 2020 to provide direct relief to those negatively affected by COVID-19. A total of $2.2 trillion was allocated and of that money, approximately $14 billion was given to the Office of Postsecondary Education as the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund, or...
Nursing Graduates
On Tuesday, October 20, 2020, the Practical Nursing day program of Wayne County Schools Career Center was honored with a graduation ceremony. A socially distanced ceremony was conducted utilizing appropriate safety protocol and graduates were able to invite one family member or friend to attend. Other guests were able to watch via Zoom and through a...
The Wayne County Schools Career Center Financial Aid office has information regarding the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. If you are interested in learning more about this act or want to know who is eligible for aid and relief you can read more here. 
Wayne County Schools Career Center is hosting a reaffirmation visit for accreditation through Council on Occupational Education.  We invite you to provide comments to the accreditation agency prior to our visit on October 13.  When making a comment please provide your name and mailing address and send your comments directly to Executive Director of the...