Critical care

Registered respiratory therapist David Copsey was midway through the University Partnership when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. But it only strengthened his passion for helping patients.

Hands-on training prepares students for the future of manufacturing

A customized apprenticeship program with LCCC helps Ridge Tool Company train tomorrow’s advanced manufacturing workforce

Big skills, small town

LCCC and Northern Ohio Regional Training Center apprentices rebuild Amherst Safety Town

The big picture

An LCCC start helped Nicolette Jordan earn her associate degree during high school and transfer to CSU as a junior

Finding purpose in the University Partnership

University Partnership grad Sienna Wright finds a career path that gives her academic and work lives purpose

Trailblazers in microelectronic manufacturing

Three students make history as the first graduates of LCCC’s bachelor of applied science degree in microelectronic manufacturing

Tell us your story

What's your LCCC story? Share your LCCC experience with our storytelling team.

With the right support anything’s possible

The Advocacy and Resource Center helped Jamie Morrow break through barriers and achieve her academic goals

The Power of Apprenticeships

LCCC’s long-standing partnership with UAW/Ford Motor Company has given nearly 1,000 local workers apprenticeship opportunities to learn new skills and advance their careers