John Wood Community College News
Browse past news stories for John Wood Community College in Quincy, IL.
- Riley Smith Named to John Wood Community College Dean
Riley Smith has ...
- Semper Fi: Anthony Silkwood brings lessons learned from Marines to John Wood Community College
That kind ...
- John Wood Community College to Offer Fire Protection Class for Electrical Workers - Beardstownnewspapers
John Wood Community College Workforce Development Center will offer a National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) 70E class on Wednesday, Sept. 7, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The cl ...
- AWARD: John Wood Community College - Herald-Whig
Youth. . Posted: Jun. 6, 2016 10:20 am. KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- John Wood Community College student Adam Wright of Carthage earned first place ...
- John Wood Community College adds welding certificate program - Quincy Herald Whig
Board members recognized Caitlin Lee of Barry and Brandon Carl of West Point, who were among student leaders named to the 2015-16 Illinois Community College Bo ...
- Nick Barnes signs with John Wood Community College - The Vandalia Leader
Van-Far senior Nick Barnes, seated in front, officially signed a national letter of intent to continue his basketball career at John Wood Community College this past Tu ...
- John Wood Community College to offer multiple summer course sessions - Hannibal.net
John Wood Community College (JWCC) will offer three-, four- and eight-week class sessions during the upcoming summer season for area students to complete genera ...
- John Wood Community College reveals new mascot - WGEM
QUINCY, Ill. () - You'll soon see a new face cheering on John Wood Community College's sporting teams. JWCC announced its new mascot Wednesday n ...
Even more midnight classes are launching at community college campuses across the country this year, in hopes of working around the demanding schedules of their students.
Going to college is hard work but it’s even more challenging for nontraditional students who are working or raising a family at the same time. If you’re considering community college to improve your life or further your career, here’s everything you need to know.
Many students enter community college with the intent of transferring to a four-year college or university. Unfortunately, the path can be fraught with challenges. Articulation agreements between schools help students navigate the pitfalls to ensure an easier, more successful transition.