Austin Monk to lead Wallace State Workforce Development

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Austin Monk joined Wallace State Community College this month as Director of Workforce Development. In Monk’s new role, he will oversee training for business and industry, short-term non-credit training and continuing education. “Wallace State strives always to meet the ever changing talent development needs of our business and industry community,” said Wallace…

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Wallace State Dental students, instructors touched by service trip to Kenya

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Dental Hygiene students from Wallace State Community College embarked on an international service learning trip to Kenya earlier this semester where they worked as part of a global health outreach team providing dental care to scores of patients, many of whom were receiving dental care for the first time. This was the…

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WSCC Nursing outreach programs help thousands of Blount, Cullman county students

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Over the last several weeks, the Wallace State Community College Department of Nursing Education has helped thousands of students in Blount and Cullman counties through two of its outreach programs. During the month of November, nursing students have participated in both the Sightsavers America KidCheck Plus program and in its own Let’s…

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Dental Hygiene students give clinical presentations

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Dental Hygiene students at Wallace State Community College were put in the spotlight recently as they made clinical presentations in front of instructors, classmates, alumni and guests. The presentations are part of the curriculum for the program and tests the students research and communication skills. The students were grouped in pairs to…

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Area students get a fun view of health care

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Reprinted with permission by The Cullman Times Tyler Hanes The Cullman Times Wallace State nursing students and Cullman County first-graders all got a chance for a unique learning experience this week by visiting and working in a pretend hospital. More than 1,000 first-graders from every public and private school in Cullman County have visited Wallace…

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More than 150 new nursing students attend orientation for Spring 2018 semester

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  HANCEVILLE, Ala. — More than 150 new nursing students accepted into the Wallace State Community College Department of Nursing Education program met as a group for the first time this week to attend orientation in preparation for the Spring 2018 semester. One hundred and fifty-three students filled the Dr. William F. Peinhardt Conference Center…

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Wallace State hosts Transfer Fair for its students

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State Community College hosted a Transfer Fair for its students at the James C. Bailey Center lobby on Wednesday, allowing them the opportunity to become acquainted and familiar with four-year colleges and universities. Twenty-five schools were present at the event.     For more information about Wallace State, visit www.wallacestate.edu. ______________________________…

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Achieving the Dream Recognizes Community Colleges as Exemplars ATD Network Institutions Named 2017 Leader Colleges

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HANCEVILLE, ALA.  – Achieving the Dream (ATD) today announced that Wallace State Community College, with campuses in Hanceville and Oneonta, Ala., is one of eight community colleges in the ATD Network to have earned Leader College status, the organization’s highest designation awarded to institutions that have shown three years of steady improvement in two outcomes that…

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