Wallace State Diagnostic Medical Sonography program awards graduates

in Graduation, Headlines, Health

HANCEVILLE, Ala. — The Wallace State Community College Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) program presented pins and diplomas to 20 students graduating from the program this semester. The ceremony marked the completion of a year and a half of effort to earn their diploma. Three-fourths of the students have already passed one or more registry exams…

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Water Treatment Training courses offered again at Wallace State

in Continuing Education, Headlines

HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Wallace State Community College’s Training for Business and Industry program will hold a new round of classes for Water Treatment Training. The course is designed to help the participant obtain a job in distribution systems. Typical jobs would include fixing water main line breaks, installing meters, flushing hydrants, collecting water samples, etc.…

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Wallace State’s Quiz Bowl team undefeated during fall competitions

in Academic, Community, Dual Enrollment, Headlines, Student Activities

HANCEVILLE, ALA. –Wallace State’s Quiz Bowl team recently capped off its fall season with a third straight tournament championship, winning the Wallace State Invitational. Earlier in the semester, the Wallace State Quiz Bowl team also prevailed at the Alabama College Bowl League at Coastal Alabama Community College in Bay Minette and won the Cerebral Weevil…

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Austin Monk to lead Wallace State Workforce Development

in Academic, Adult Education, Alumni, Community, FastTrack, Headlines, Health, Oneonta, Technical

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’s short-term Logistics training gaining popularity

in Academic, Community, Continuing Education, Headlines, Technical

HANCEVILLE, ALA. –Wallace State Community College’s logistics training classes are growing in popularity since it was announced in October that the Alabama Community College System was partnering with the Manufacturing Skills Standard Council (MSCC) for short-term manufacturing logistics training for students. Wallace State offers the training each Tuesday and Thursday night. The training is a three-week…

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Wallace State-Oneonta campus offering new welding opportunity to single mothers in Blount County

in Academic, Community, Financial Aid, Headlines, Oneonta, Technical

ONEONTA, ALA. –Wallace State-Oneonta is offering single mothers in Blount County an opportunity to jump start their welding careers, through a grant from the Women’s Fund of Greater Birmingham. The first five women to enroll in the program for the Spring 2018 semester can take advantage of this recently-established initiative. Candidates must be single mothers,…

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Wallace State’s women’s basketball stays hot, winning three games in five days

in Athletics, Community, Headlines, Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball

HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s women’s basketball team reeled off its third win in five days at Tom Drake Coliseum on Sunday, earning an 83-72 victory over Columbia State. Eight Wallace State players scored at least six points as the Lady Lions moved to 8-3 on the season. Miajah Bullock poured in a career-high 13…

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Wallace State volleyball’s Abby Borden earns NJCAA honorable mention All-American recognition

in Athletics, Community, Headlines, Volleyball

HANCEVILLE, ALA- Wallace State volleyball setter Abby Borden was named a National Junior College Athletic (NJCAA) Division I honorable mention All-American on Thursday. Borden, a 5-foot-10 setter from Arab, led the Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) with a single-season school record 1,429 assists in 2017, and she added 298 digs. Over her two-year career, Borden…

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