Campus News

Community Invited to Share School Spirit at 5k Color Run

April 27, 2018
The flowers of spring are about to put on their brightest and best colors, and the community is invited to do the same at the annual Color Run in Calais. The event features several stations manned by volunteers that will throw powdered colors at participants, playfully covering them in a… Read More

WCCC Names Tammy Cox as Student of the Year

April 27, 2018
Ardently supporting the generations that will follow in our footsteps is perhaps the most crucial approach we can utilize to create a better future. In her efforts as a student, an aspiring teacher, a mother, and a community member, Tammy Cox embodies this mentality in every regard, earning her recognition… Read More

WCCC Teddy Bear Clinic Bridges Children and Healthcare System

April 12, 2018
Approximately forty youths from around the community participated in Washington County Community College’s Teddy Bear Clinic on Thursday, April 12th. The Teddy Bear Clinic is a joint event hosted each year by the Early Childhood Development program and the Medical Assisting program. Children that attend receive a free teddy bear,… Read More

WCCC Graduate Finds Dream Job Working with Dead River Company

April 12, 2018
  Alumni Profile of the Month Sometimes, what we’re looking for is right in our own backyard – a truth that Mark Roussel has uncovered after following a fairly circuitous route that took him all over the state before he returned to the Calais area and secured his ideal job.… Read More

WCCC Student Wins Gold in Powersports

March 16, 2018
Every year, high school and college students across the state are invited to participate in SkillsUSA, a competitive event that tests their knowledge and their expertise in trades-related fields. During this year’s event, which took place on March 2nd in Bangor, Washington County Community College student Clint Dakin was awarded… Read More

WCCC Staff Member Receives Equal Opportunity Award

March 12, 2018
The economic challenges of Washington County can occasionally produce individuals who are capable of significant resourcefulness and determination as they grow throughout their lives. Such is the case for – and the belief of – Tiffany Peterson, who recently received the Maine Educational Opportunity Association’s [MEEOA] Rising Star award for… Read More

WCCC Polar Bear Dip Raises $10,200

March 12, 2018
There aren’t many things that can make a group of people want to run into the Passamaquoddy Bay in late winter, but the Polar Bear Dip is one of them. Now in its 18th year, the Polar Bear Dip raised more than $10,200 thanks to the efforts of 42 dippers… Read More

Local Youth Participate in WCCC Adventure Camp

March 12, 2018
As part of its ongoing series of weeklong camps aimed at encouraging youth to explore and appreciate the outdoors, Washington County Community College [WCCC] hosted eight local youths during February break. During the camp, the children were able to ice skate, rock climb, and learn about wildlife and various habitats,… Read More

WCCC to Hold Winter Break Adventure Camp

February 9, 2018
Adventure is worthwhile in itself,” said Amelia Earhart, referring to the pleasure gained by the experience of something new and exciting. While the winter climate can be an impediment to some outdoor activities, there are many other options that those of us in Eastern Maine can partake in. Youth between… Read More