Rader Farms Hiring Event

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Tuesday, May 31st 10:00 am to 3:00 pm in the Laidlaw Foyer

Whatcom Community College will host a hiring event for Rader Farms. Rader Farms grow, process, and pack fresh berries in Whatcom County. Stop by to chat with the company representative, Micah.

If you want a few tips on how to engage an employer at a hiring event, by The Career & Transfer Center in LDC 116. We are happy to provide you with some guidance, or look over your resume.

5/31: Registration for Currently Enrolled Students Begins

collage summer fallCurrently enrolled students can register for summer and fall quarters beginning Tuesday, May 31st! Check your registration access time via your MyWCC account, and start planning your schedule with Class Schedule Search.

Summer quarter begins Monday June 27th and runs through August 19th, and fall quarter begins Tuesday, September 20th!

Do you have an AgileGrad plan? Consider scheduling an appointment with an advisor to build one specific to your educational goals. With a degree plan you will always know what classes you will need to take next! Questions? Contact Entry & Advising at 360.383.3080 to schedule an appointment with an advisor!

Last Day to Update Grading or Withdraw

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Tuesday May 31st marks the final day to update grading or withdraw from spring quarter classes! Stop by Registration in Laidlaw 102 to update Satisfactory/ Unsatisfactory grading, Audit, or to Withdraw.

Remember: changing credit amount may impact your financial aid, so be sure to speak with a financial aid representative or advisor before dropping any classes.

Have any questions? Call Entry & Advising at 360.383.3080 to inquire about drop-in times or schedule an appointment with an advisor!

It’s almost registration time!

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Whatcom Community College’s summer session makes it easy to earn the credits you need in just eight short weeks—with plenty of time for fun. Coming home to Bellingham this summer? With our great line-up of classes, including lots of online options, you can make the most of summer by registering for classes at WCC. Start planning and search the list of summer courses on Class Schedule Search now.

Check your registration access time online at MyWCC and stay on track to graduation!

Have any questions about your academic plan? Would you like to schedule an appointment with an advisor? Call Entry & Advising at 360.383.3080 to schedule an appointment or to inquire about our drop-in times.

6/3 Deadline: Lois Jean Roberts Memorial Nursing Scholarship

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APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS & CRITERIA:

  1. Applicant must either reside in Whatcom County or have graduated from a Whatcom County high school.
  2. Preference will be given to students seeking degrees from Washington State programs.
  3. Provide official copy of high school or college transcripts.
  4. Document Science and Math aptitude in high school or other post-secondary classes by providing class title and grade.
  5. List and/or describe community service activities.
  6. Provide documentation of acceptance into a qualified nursing program.
  7. Cover letter describing your personal and professional goals.
  8. Provide documentation of financial need including all sources of funds.
  9. Provide references from high school or college instructors or counselors and/or other professional relationships.

Download and fill out and print one of the following forms:

Lois Jean Roberts Nursing Scholarship (PDF)

Lois Jean Roberts Scholarship (Word)

Print and return the completed application to
Chuckanut Health Foundation,
PO Box 5641
Bellingham, WA 98227-5641
or email to info@chuckanuthealthfoundation.org on or before the deadline: June 3, 2016.

Applications will be considered only when all required materials are received by the deadline.

English & Communications Workshop

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Have you thought about studying English or Communications? Are you interested in pursuing a major that will help you develop skills such as critical thinking, persuasive writing and effective communication? Come to this interactive workshop to learn what being an English or Communications major might mean for you!  We’ll discuss the kind of classes you can take at WCC to prepare for a university program and the wide range of career options available to graduates. Join us on Wednesday 5/25 from 3-4:30pm in LDC 211. Save your spot and RSVP today!

Questions? Contact Entry & Advising at 360-383-3080!

Developing Your Future in Engineering!

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Deciding to study engineering can come with some big questions, like: “What classes should I take at WCC? What types of engineering can I study at a 4-year school? What does being an engineer even look like?” Attend this interactive workshop to learn more about what studying engineering might mean for you. Come get your questions answered!  Join us on Wednesday May 25th from 1-2:30pm in Laidlaw Center Room 211!

Save your spot and RSVP today!

Questions? Contact Entry & Advising at 360-383-3080!

Developing Your Future in Social Sciences

social sciencesHave you thought about studying a social science? Wondering what it would be like to major in psychology or anthropology or history? Come to this career & academic workshop to learn what what being a social sciences major is all about and possible career pathways! Join us on Tuesday May 24th from 1-2:30pm in Laidlaw Center Room 211. Save your spot and RSVP today!

Any questions? Contact Entry & Advising at 360.383.3080.