HANCEVILLE, Ala. — The latest graduates of the Occupational Therapy Assistant program at Wallace State Community College provided the program with a 100 percent pass rate for the national board certification exams. Almost 40 students graduated from the program in 2015, and all of the students taking the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy passed the exam in order to earn their certification as an occupational therapy assistant.
TUSCUMBIA, Ala. -- Northwest-Shoals Community (NW-SCC) and the Alabama Technology Network (ATN) will host the 2016 National Partnership for Environmental Technology Education (PETE) Instructor Conference on the Shoals campus Tuesday, March 29th - Thursday, March 31st.
Decatur, AL -- For the second consecutive year, Calhoun Community College will host its FastTrack Academy, a free summer bridge program designed to give students a head start on their classes next fall by providing them with the necessary tools to succeed in their college coursework.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Snead State Community College is one of 20 community colleges from across the country that will work together to identify and develop a model for recognizable credentialing to serve students, colleges and employers nationally.
On Monday, March 21, 11:00 am, Reid State Technical College, in collaboration with the United States Department of Agriculture, will conduct a press conference to announce the awarding of a Rural Utilities Services Distance Learning & Telemedicine grant.
The Alabama Environmental Council presented Shelton State Community College with the 2015 Conservation Award at its inaugural POWER-UP Energy Forum on February 23, 2016, at Birmingham Southern College. The Forum recognized increased efforts in electrical sustainability and energy efficiency.
AACC 21st Century Center, Dennis Pierce, contributor
Wallace Community College has transformed instruction, leading to better completion rates. Here’s what campus leaders have learned from the process.
By making the instruction in its most popular courses more active and relevant, Wallace Community College (WCC), in Alabama, has boosted completion rates and closed achievement gaps among at-risk students. Now, leaders aim to build on this success with a campus-wide completion initiative called “Getting the Tassel.”
Northwest-Shoals Community College’s (NW-SCC) Alpha Zeta Iota chapter (Phil Campbell campus) was recently awarded the highest Phi Theta Kappa award in the state, the Alabama Region Most Distinguished Chapter Award, during the Alabama Regional Phi Theta Kappa Convention at Northeast Alabama Community College in Rainsville, Ala.
Wallace State Community College’s Jeremy Smith, the diesel technology department chair, has been named a recipient of the John & Suanne Roueche Excellence Award.
The 1:2:7 Imperative addresses the role Alabama community colleges play in preparing the workforce so critical to the state’s economy. This proposal provides data-supported recommendations and specific strategies designed to address workforce development needs. The Alabama Community College System stands ready to collaborate with the state political and business leaders to meet the challenges of providing better jobs for its citizens, better workers for its businesses, and improved economic development for the state