2012-03-15 / Front Page

SHOWCASING KCC



Kirtland Community College President Thomas Quinn (left) and State Senator Darwin Booher share a high five after Booher spoke about KCC and its importance in the educational system during the Regional Chamber of Commerce After-hours event on March 8 at KCC. Quinn also took the opportunity to showcase some of the progress KCC has recently made. Some of the things Quinn listed included the remodeling of the library, a new traveling training lab for welding and electrical technologies, the acquisition of a $2 million grant to improve online learning and the announcement of a new certificate program on grant writing. “The college is moving forward,” Quinn said. He added another goal for the college is being able to listen to employers on how to make students more efficient and skilled upon entering the workforce. (Photo by Eric Hamp) Kirtland Community College President Thomas Quinn (left) and State Senator Darwin Booher share a high five after Booher spoke about KCC and its importance in the educational system during the Regional Chamber of Commerce After-hours event on March 8 at KCC. Quinn also took the opportunity to showcase some of the progress KCC has recently made. Some of the things Quinn listed included the remodeling of the library, a new traveling training lab for welding and electrical technologies, the acquisition of a $2 million grant to improve online learning and the announcement of a new certificate program on grant writing. “The college is moving forward,” Quinn said. He added another goal for the college is being able to listen to employers on how to make students more efficient and skilled upon entering the workforce. (Photo by Eric Hamp)

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