Waubonsee Community College has formed a partnership with the Illinois Manufacturing Excellence Center to be the educational provider for their Industrial Manufacturing Technician apprenticeship.
A variety of programs will educate and raise awareness about Native American heritage, culture, traditions and customs.
“Waubonsee Community College actively manages our campus urban forest of 200 plus acres of trees, shrubs, and wildlife areas with an emphasis on diversity, sustainability, and esthetic appeal,” said Joseph Zappia, grounds supervisor.
All Waubonsee students registered for fall classes who have received their final vaccination on or after July 1 will be eligible to receive a $100 credit at the Waubonsee Bookstore on the Sugar Grove or Aurora Downtown campuses
Waubonsee Community College is working quickly to develop processes to comply with the requirement of vaccination or weekly COVID-19 testing for all higher education students and employees.
Waubonsee Community College will host several programs to educate and raise awareness about Latinx heritage during the National Hispanic-Serving Institutions Week and National Hispanic Heritage Month.
One of only seven survivors from that meeting of 54 people, Je Dittmar will share his story of that day, as well historical, personal, ethical, and social lessons that can be learned from his experience.