Wallace State’s Applied Technologies Division hosting second annual Signing Day on Feb. 16

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. –  Wallace State Community College’s Applied Technologies Division is hosting its second annual Career Technical Letter of Intent Signing Day on Thursday, Feb. 16, at the James C. Bailey Center 12th floor. Modeled on an athletics signing, the Technical Division Signing Day allows incoming students in the summer or fall to officially secure…

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Wallace State’s Winston County Works program certifying students in CDL and welding classes

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DOUBLE SPRINGS, ALA. –  Roger Travis and Danny Crump each heard from friends and previous completers about the Wallace State CDL (commercial driver’s license) classes being held in Double Springs through the Winston County Works project and wanted to be next in line. “I’ve worked in landscaping for almost 30 years and my body can’t…

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Wallace State’s Adult Education program offering the newly-created nontraditional high school diploma

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. –  Wallace State’s Adult Education program had added a new alternative for students who didn’t complete their high school education. The nontraditional high school diploma, which was recently approved by the Alabama Community College System and the Alabama State Department of Education, allows students who either dropped out of high school without earning…

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Brooke Edwards named 2017 Wallace State Homecoming Queen

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Brooke Edwards is Wallace State Community College’s 2017 Homecoming Queen. She was crowned during halftime of the men’s basketball game Sunday afternoon vs. Southern Union. Edwards, a business major, has been active on campus since enrolling in Wallace State’s Fast Track Academy. As a Fast Track Academy student, Edwards will graduate from…

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Wallace State students earn place on President’s and Dean’s Lists

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HANCEVILLE, AL — Wallace State Community College congratulates the 839 students named to the President’s List and Dean’s List for the Fall 2016 Semester. To earn a spot on the Wallace State President’s List, students must maintain a perfect 4.0 GPA for the semester while taking a course load of 12 or more hours. Placement on the…

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Wallace State-Oneonta conducting first welding classes during spring semester

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ONEONTA, ALA. – Wallace State-Oneonta has its first welding classes underway. The 10-booth welding station at Oneonta features state-of-the-art Lincoln Electric equipment. Like in Hanceville, welding students spend part of the day in the classroom and the other half working in the welding lab. “The welding classes are going great so far. The students enrolled…

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Women thriving, enjoying experience in Wallace State’s Technical Division’s male-dominated fields

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Maci Key wasn’t sure of the career field she wanted to pursue until Wallace State’s Jonathan Minyard visited her high school to discuss the college’s Machine Tool Technology program. Meanwhile, Melanie Patterson was ready for a new challenge after working nearly 20 years in the newspaper industry. Key and Patterson both decided…

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Wallace State’s Quiz Bowl team has won three straight tournaments this semester

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s Quiz Bowl team recently accomplished a feat sponsor Christine O’Leary hasn’t witnessed in 20+ years as the coach. Wallace State’s team, made up of four freshman, won all three tournaments its competed in this fall, including the 2016 Desoto Disquietude tournament at Central Alabama Community College on Dec. 2. “I…

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