Elyria’s Kenneth Glynn, former steel worker and LCCC graduate, was recognized at Achieving the Dream’s 14th annual DREAM Conference on Feb. 20, in Nashville, TN. Glynn brought the crowd of 2,300 higher education leaders to their feet when he shared a poem about his journey from being laid off from a steel mill to embarking on a new career path at LCCC.
Lorain County Community College received final approval today from the Ohio Department of Higher Education to offer Ohio’s first bachelor of applied science in microelectronic manufacturing. As one of only three community colleges in the state and the only one in Northeast Ohio, LCCC is now better positioned to lead a new era of community college education focused on connecting students to high-paying, in-demand jobs.
Phillip Miranda, a sophomore cross country runner at Lorain County Community College, has officially been accepted at West Point (Army). Miranda has a 4.0 grade-point-average and received Academic All-America honors this fall from the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). West Point receives an annual average of approximately 11,000 male applicants and 2,000 female applicants. About 8.5% (1100) are admitted.
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