Transcending Barriers

{mosimage}LCCC President Dr. Roy Church (from left) and LCCC Board of Trustee members Minnie Wade and Victor Stewart joined Lorain County Commissioners Ted Kalo and Betty Blair to cut the ribbon dedicating the new LCCC/Lorain County Growth Partnership Learning Center. The LCCC/Lorain County Growth Partnership Learning Center is located on the fifth floor of the county administration building in Elyria and includes a computer lab and distance learning classroom. It is designed to provide education and training for residents of downtown Elyria as well as city and county employees.

Transcending Barriers

{mosimage}LCCC President Dr. Roy Church (from left) and LCCC Board of Trustee members Minnie Wade and Victor Stewart joined Lorain County Commissioners Ted Kalo and Betty Blair to cut the ribbon dedicating the new LCCC/Lorain County Growth Partnership Learning Center. The LCCC/Lorain County Growth Partnership Learning Center is located on the fifth floor of the county administration building in Elyria and includes a computer lab and distance learning classroom. It is designed to provide education and training for residents of downtown Elyria as well as city and county employees.

Transcending Barriers

{mosimage}LCCC President Dr. Roy Church (from left) and LCCC Board of Trustee members Minnie Wade and Victor Stewart joined Lorain County Commissioners Ted Kalo and Betty Blair to cut the ribbon dedicating the new LCCC/Lorain County Growth Partnership Learning Center. The LCCC/Lorain County Growth Partnership Learning Center is located on the fifth floor of the county administration building in Elyria and includes a computer lab and distance learning classroom. It is designed to provide education and training for residents of downtown Elyria as well as city and county employees.

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  • Community

    The Wellington Center thrives as one of Lorain County Community College’s learning centers, offering residents of Southern Lorain County a chance to pursue higher education with the added convenience of being close to home. It’s the 10th year Wellington continues the LCCC tradition with a personal, smaller atmosphere that focuses on general education and business courses. […]

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  • Economic Development

    Local employers need a skilled workforce, and those skills need to be acquired without students taking on massive college debt, according to a roundtable discussion on college affordability hosted by the Lorain County Chamber of Commerce. The discussion included Lorain County Community College President Dr. Marcia Ballinger; The Ohio State University President Dr. Michael Drake; […]

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  • Education

    The field of cybersecurity is still evolving right along with technology, generating jobs at a much faster pace than the national average. In fact, information security jobs are projected to grow by 40 percent or more over the next decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Lorain County Community College has unveiled an […]

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  • Culture

    Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Arts Center will present its first show of the season, “Guys with Guitars,” featuring Doug Wood, Darren Frate and Patrick Woods, as part of the revamped Studio Sessions series at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, August 25 and 26, in the Cirigliano Studio Theatre. The Studio Sessions series was […]

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