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WCCC COVID-19 Information and Updates

In an effort to comply with CDC recommendations to limit the impact of COVID-19 in our communities, Washington County Community College (WCCC) is limiting access to campus. Access limited to faculty, staff, and students with on campus programs. Please call (207) 454-1000 to discuss access or to make an appointment for necessary assistance during this time. For updated information regarding COVID-19, please visit https://www.wccc.me.edu/covid-19/

Washington County Community College 2021 Graduation

Washington County Community College is hosting its second virtual graduation ceremony at 11 a.m. Friday, May 14. Associate degrees in applied science, arts, diplomas, and certificates will be conferred on 101 students.  The virtual commencement celebration can be viewed here.

Prerecorded speakers include the Student of the Year Jessica Stevens; Student Senate President Nathan Andrick; Distinguished Faculty Member Randy McCormick – Drafting/CAD Instructor; Maine Community College System President David Daigler; WCCC President, Susan Mingo, Maine Community College System Board of Trustees Chair William Cassidy. The Keynote Speaker is Commissioner Randall Liberty, State of Maine Department of Corrections.

Washington County Community College and the Maine Aquaculture Innovation Center have received a $500,000 USDA grant to develop aquaculture-specific training.

The Maine Aquaculture Innovation Center and Washington County Community College received a $500,000 grant to be paid out over three years from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture to develop an aquaculture-specific training program at the college.  Check out this article by the Portland Press Herald by clicking on the link below to learn more.

Program will train aquaculture workforce in Maine as industry grows – Portland Press Herald

 

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