Sunday, April 30, 2017
    Sunday, April 30, 2017
Economic Development

Kraig Holler and Bill MacKeigan are thriving students in Lorain County Community College’s microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and microelectronics technology program. During their coursework, students like them get a chance to immerse in exciting real world projects with paid internships at local companies. Holler, 24, has found success on his path to May graduation. He held […]

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Bill Pate is advancing his career as a successful network engineer thanks to Lorain County Community College’s University Partnership. Pate earned his bachelor’s degree in technical applied studies from Ohio University through the program that allows students to work toward a four-year degree while taking classes at LCCC. Pate had been working as a network […]

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All successful companies start as an idea, but at some point, that idea has to generate sales if the business is to succeed. “People come up with an idea and start a business but in a lot of cases don’t have the business background to drive the company through to profits,” said Cliff Reynolds, co-director […]

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One-drop results To perform most blood tests, a phlebotomist obtains a vial of blood is from a patient and sends the sample to a lab, where it’s spun in a big machine and analyzed. Lab technicians then email the patient’s results to the physician who ordered the test. The entire process takes up to two hours […]

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A regional partnership, led by Lorain County Community College, has received a $500,000 grant to help advance core digital technologies start-ups in Northeast Ohio. The Northeast Ohio Regional Acceleration in Digital Innovation (NEO ReADI) initiative will support innovation and commercialization of key technologies anchored in the region. Lorain County Community College through its Great Lakes […]

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RAMP Up Your Career in Manufacturing

Date Posted: November 1, 2016

Learn about career opportunities in manufacturing and the training needed to prepare for one of these careers at several upcoming information sessions: Advanced Manufacturing Open House (all programs) Thursday, December 1 at 10 a.m. Nord Advanced Technologies Center, room 118 LCCC Main Campus, Elyria Manufacturing Readiness, Right Skills Now CNC, Maintenance Technician Programs Tuesday, December […]

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The $2.8 trillion health care industry in the United States is so large that it’s practically an economy in itself. It is poised to grow – and change – dramatically over the next decade. In fact, seven of the 10 fastest growing careers are in health care, with registered nurses (RNs) in especially high demand. […]

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Lorain County Community College is working with local industry partners to prepare workers for manufacturing jobs that are available now in Ohio. The Manufacturing Readiness program trains students for entry-level manufacturing jobs. The demand for these jobs in Ohio has doubled since 2014 and is expected to continue to rise. The program is offered in […]

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Through a new partnership with local employers and Lorain County Community College’s Business Growth Services, students have the opportunity to earn 
an associate degree in microelectronic mechanical systems (MEMS) while receiving paid, on-the-job training. The MEMS degree is a hands-on program with a focus on work based learning through paid internships to build that necessary […]

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The human resources office at Lorain County Community College had a dilemma: the benefits enrollment process was confusing and lengthy for employees and time consuming and frustrating for human resources staff. More than 400 college employees need to complete the paper-based process each year. The human resources office presented their problem to Professor Don Huffman, […]

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Five years ago, tire-kicking customers of Mike Bass Ford visited four to six dealerships to gather information, ask questions and compare models before making a purchase. Today, studies show that educated consumers visit just one dealership before they buy. “A test drive is the only thing you can’t do at home,” said President Jim Bass. […]

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Economic Development

Kraig Holler and Bill MacKeigan are thriving students in Lorain County Community College’s microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and microelectronics technology program. During their coursework, students like them get a chance to immerse in exciting real world projects with paid internships at local companies. Holler, 24, has found success on his path to May graduation. He held […]

Read the full article...

Archived Stories


Bill Pate is advancing his career as a successful network engineer thanks to Lorain County Community College’s University Partnership. Pate earned his bachelor’s degree in technical applied studies from Ohio University through the program that allows students to work toward a four-year degree while taking classes at LCCC. Pate had been working as a network […]

Read the full article...

All successful companies start as an idea, but at some point, that idea has to generate sales if the business is to succeed. “People come up with an idea and start a business but in a lot of cases don’t have the business background to drive the company through to profits,” said Cliff Reynolds, co-director […]

Read the full article...

One-drop results To perform most blood tests, a phlebotomist obtains a vial of blood is from a patient and sends the sample to a lab, where it’s spun in a big machine and analyzed. Lab technicians then email the patient’s results to the physician who ordered the test. The entire process takes up to two hours […]

Read the full article...

A regional partnership, led by Lorain County Community College, has received a $500,000 grant to help advance core digital technologies start-ups in Northeast Ohio. The Northeast Ohio Regional Acceleration in Digital Innovation (NEO ReADI) initiative will support innovation and commercialization of key technologies anchored in the region. Lorain County Community College through its Great Lakes […]

Read the full article...
RAMP Up Your Career in Manufacturing

Date Posted: November 1, 2016

Learn about career opportunities in manufacturing and the training needed to prepare for one of these careers at several upcoming information sessions: Advanced Manufacturing Open House (all programs) Thursday, December 1 at 10 a.m. Nord Advanced Technologies Center, room 118 LCCC Main Campus, Elyria Manufacturing Readiness, Right Skills Now CNC, Maintenance Technician Programs Tuesday, December […]

Read the full article...

The $2.8 trillion health care industry in the United States is so large that it’s practically an economy in itself. It is poised to grow – and change – dramatically over the next decade. In fact, seven of the 10 fastest growing careers are in health care, with registered nurses (RNs) in especially high demand. […]

Read the full article...

Lorain County Community College is working with local industry partners to prepare workers for manufacturing jobs that are available now in Ohio. The Manufacturing Readiness program trains students for entry-level manufacturing jobs. The demand for these jobs in Ohio has doubled since 2014 and is expected to continue to rise. The program is offered in […]

Read the full article...

Through a new partnership with local employers and Lorain County Community College’s Business Growth Services, students have the opportunity to earn 
an associate degree in microelectronic mechanical systems (MEMS) while receiving paid, on-the-job training. The MEMS degree is a hands-on program with a focus on work based learning through paid internships to build that necessary […]

Read the full article...

The human resources office at Lorain County Community College had a dilemma: the benefits enrollment process was confusing and lengthy for employees and time consuming and frustrating for human resources staff. More than 400 college employees need to complete the paper-based process each year. The human resources office presented their problem to Professor Don Huffman, […]

Read the full article...

Five years ago, tire-kicking customers of Mike Bass Ford visited four to six dealerships to gather information, ask questions and compare models before making a purchase. Today, studies show that educated consumers visit just one dealership before they buy. “A test drive is the only thing you can’t do at home,” said President Jim Bass. […]

Read the full article...
Economic Development
Bill MacKeigan, an older male, poses with a microscope in the MEMS lab.

Kraig Holler and Bill MacKeigan are thriving students in Lorain County Community College’s microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and microelectronics technology program. During their coursework, students like them get a chance to immerse in exciting real world projects with paid internships at local companies. Holler, 24, has found success on his path to May graduation. He held […]

Read the full article...

Archived Stories


Bill Pate is advancing his career as a successful network engineer thanks to Lorain County Community College’s University Partnership. Pate earned his bachelor’s degree in technical applied studies from Ohio University through the program that allows students to work toward a four-year degree while taking classes at LCCC. Pate had been working as a network […]

Read the full article...

All successful companies start as an idea, but at some point, that idea has to generate sales if the business is to succeed. “People come up with an idea and start a business but in a lot of cases don’t have the business background to drive the company through to profits,” said Cliff Reynolds, co-director […]

Read the full article...

One-drop results To perform most blood tests, a phlebotomist obtains a vial of blood is from a patient and sends the sample to a lab, where it’s spun in a big machine and analyzed. Lab technicians then email the patient’s results to the physician who ordered the test. The entire process takes up to two hours […]

Read the full article...

A regional partnership, led by Lorain County Community College, has received a $500,000 grant to help advance core digital technologies start-ups in Northeast Ohio. The Northeast Ohio Regional Acceleration in Digital Innovation (NEO ReADI) initiative will support innovation and commercialization of key technologies anchored in the region. Lorain County Community College through its Great Lakes […]

Read the full article...
RAMP Up Your Career in Manufacturing

Date Posted: November 1, 2016

Learn about career opportunities in manufacturing and the training needed to prepare for one of these careers at several upcoming information sessions: Advanced Manufacturing Open House (all programs) Thursday, December 1 at 10 a.m. Nord Advanced Technologies Center, room 118 LCCC Main Campus, Elyria Manufacturing Readiness, Right Skills Now CNC, Maintenance Technician Programs Tuesday, December […]

Read the full article...

The $2.8 trillion health care industry in the United States is so large that it’s practically an economy in itself. It is poised to grow – and change – dramatically over the next decade. In fact, seven of the 10 fastest growing careers are in health care, with registered nurses (RNs) in especially high demand. […]

Read the full article...

Lorain County Community College is working with local industry partners to prepare workers for manufacturing jobs that are available now in Ohio. The Manufacturing Readiness program trains students for entry-level manufacturing jobs. The demand for these jobs in Ohio has doubled since 2014 and is expected to continue to rise. The program is offered in […]

Read the full article...

Through a new partnership with local employers and Lorain County Community College’s Business Growth Services, students have the opportunity to earn 
an associate degree in microelectronic mechanical systems (MEMS) while receiving paid, on-the-job training. The MEMS degree is a hands-on program with a focus on work based learning through paid internships to build that necessary […]

Read the full article...

The human resources office at Lorain County Community College had a dilemma: the benefits enrollment process was confusing and lengthy for employees and time consuming and frustrating for human resources staff. More than 400 college employees need to complete the paper-based process each year. The human resources office presented their problem to Professor Don Huffman, […]

Read the full article...
Jim Bass, president of Mike Bass Ford, stands in the showroom of his dealership.

Five years ago, tire-kicking customers of Mike Bass Ford visited four to six dealerships to gather information, ask questions and compare models before making a purchase. Today, studies show that educated consumers visit just one dealership before they buy. “A test drive is the only thing you can’t do at home,” said President Jim Bass. […]

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Featured Categories

  • Community

    A career fair will be held from 12-3 p.m. on Thursday, April 13 at Lorain County Community College’s John A. Spitzer Conference Center and the Ben and Jane Norton Culinary Arts Center. The free event can help job seekers looking for a wide variety of opportunities. More than 100 employers plan to participate. Attendees should […]

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  • Economic Development

    Kraig Holler and Bill MacKeigan are thriving students in Lorain County Community College’s microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and microelectronics technology program. During their coursework, students like them get a chance to immerse in exciting real world projects with paid internships at local companies. Holler, 24, has found success on his path to May graduation. He held […]

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  • Education

    Registration is open now for summer and fall semester classes at Lorain County Community College. Summer courses begin on or after Monday, May 22 and fall semester begins Monday, August 28. A full list of available courses and the registration schedule can be found at www.lorainccc.edu/register. Registration may be completed online, in person at LCCC’s Bass […]

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  • Culture

    Spring is the perfect time to enjoy some of the exciting new shows at Stocker Arts Center right on Lorain County Community College’s campus. The professional performance venue is home to world class performances and is open to the public. Explore some of our features favorites: Behind the Musical: “Annie” Revisit the quintessential story of […]

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