GRCC In the News, 11-3-16
Nov. 2, 2016; The Christian Science Monitor
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Donald Trump blames Mexico and China for stealing millions of jobs from the United States.
… “We’ve never had so much attention from manufacturers. They’re calling and saying: ‘Can we meet your students?’ They’re asking, ‘Why aren’t they looking at my job postings?'” says Julie Parks, executive director of workforce training at Grand Rapids Community College in western Michigan.
Nov. 2, 2016; Grand Rapids Business Journal
A downtown college has whittled down its list of potential candidates for the office of president to four.
Grand Rapids Community College’s Presidential Search Committee has selected Amy Fugate, L. Joy Gates Black, Bill Pink and Christina Royal as the top candidates to replace outgoing president Steven Ender.
Nov. 2, 2016; The Holland Sentinel
Abdi Osman, now a U.S. citizen, came from Somalia as a refugee in 2004.
… He graduated Forest Hills High School in 2009, then Grand Rapids Community College a few years later.
Nov. 2, 2016; MLive
GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN- The midwest is notoriously overlooked by the national food scene. We residents of the “flyover” states usually receive little attention from national publications about our culinary offerings. Grand Rapids, however, is starting to generate some buzz.
… Michigan is second in the country in terms of agricultural diversity, and our local chefs make good use of the amazing product that grows right here. We have a top notch culinary school, the Secchia Institute of Culinary Education at GRCC, that is training new chefs every day.
Oct. 31, 2016; ferriscoffee.com
Every trimester Ferris welcomes our friends and future industry professionals from The Secchia Institute for Culinary Education (SICE) to spend time here learning about coffee. As a company we value the work that the SICE is doing, and their dedication to educating their students and future restaurant owners, chefs, cooks, and bakers about the importance of coffee within the culinary and service world.
Nov. 2, 2016; Belleville News-Democrat (Ill.)
LEBANON — A reversal of its 12-17 record of last season might be a bit much to ask from the McKendree University women’s basketball team.
… Two other players, senior Charley Lett and junior Abby Smith, could earn minutes off the bench and provide scoring punch. Shauniera Wilson, a 6-3 junior, also returns. Sara Karamol is a 5-9 junior who transferred from Grand Rapids Community College in Michigan.Explore posts in the same categories: Uncategorized comment below, or link to this permanent URL from your own site.