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

    Lorain County Community College’s culinary students were awarded a whopping seven medals at the Greater Ohio Culinary Classic, including LCCC’s first gold medals in the competition, earned by Jack Wagner and Jordan Krystowski. LCCC hosted the event at the Norton Culinary Arts Center in mid-January and took home five bronze medals, as well — meaning […]

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  • Economic Development

    All businesses must take the same steps to succeed, and the Ohio Small Business Development Center’s E-Cubed workshop at Lorain County Community College shows them how. On first impression, the list of budding businesses that Lisa Hutson recites from memory could hardly be more different: An audiologist opening a new practice. A property management company. […]

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  • Education

    Lorain County Community College just unveiled a new bachelor of science in commerce (BSC) degree that can be completed entirely online through LCCC’s University Partnership. The program lets students pursue an in-depth examination of small businesses built on a foundation of courses in traditional business areas such as accounting, management and marketing. The degree additionally […]

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  • Culture

    Throughout the year, yellow school buses from across the county can be seen parked in front of the Stocker Arts Center as students make their way to one of the many Matinee Series events. “One of the most important roles that Stocker Arts Center often fills as the community’s art center is that of being […]

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