With so much uncertainty surrounding the pandemic, Jenna Bailey withdrew from a four-year school and instead enrolled in LCCC’s University Partnership with Ohio University to earn her bachelor of science in nursing degree.
Veteran Edward Catanese thought his lifetime career was in the Army, but life’s unexpected turns led him to LCCC’s University Partnership. Now he’s earning his bachelor’s degree through LCCC’s UP program with Ashland University.
Rhonda Williams had worked on the assembly line at Ford Motor Company for 25 years when an opportunity came along that she couldn’t turn down. Williams had earned a spot in the United Auto Workers (UAW)/Ford Motor Company Joint Apprenticeship program.