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Programs are filling up fast!

If you want to spend half of your school day doing what you love, apply now! Only a few spots are left for the 2021-2022 school year. Click HERE to…Learn more

Apply Now….Start Your Career in August!

Click HERE to apply online. Applications are sent directly to your counselor. WCC has 14 career programs for students in grades 10, 11 and 12. Check out each program here…Learn more

Watch YouTube to learn about WCC!

Check out our YouTube channel to learn more about the 14 career programs offered at WCC. Students and teachers explain how the programs work and what you can learn and…Learn more

April 21st
(2/2)The Whitewater Career Center Cosmetology Seniors completing the practical exam to earn their state license! #WCCOpportunity #studentsuccess #career https://t.co/5ZE86vC1dK WCCOpportunity photo
April 21st
The Whitewater Career Center Cosmetology Seniors completing the practical exam to earn their state license! (1/2) #WCCOpportunity #studentsuccess #career https://t.co/mARe8kYxfg WCCOpportunity photo
April 21st
Seniors! WCC has an open house package you can order! Order by May 3rd! #WCCOpportunity #studentsuccess #career https://t.co/MYeImxxFQ5 WCCOpportunity photo
April 12th
Seniors are you looking to find someone to make and open house banner and invitations? WCC has an open house package you can order! Order by May 3rd! #WCCOpportunity #studentsuccess #career https://t.co/jCBiEr8QJn WCCOpportunity photo

Whitewater Career Center’s 14 in-demand career programs
provide high school students with the real-life experience,
skills and knowledge needed to be successful in today’s working world.

14
Career Programs
19
Industry Certifications
58
Dual Credit Courses
51
Years of Launching Careers
Meet Graduation Pathways

Career Center Success

"Thank you for all you do to help students find success for their futures! Ethan has thoroughly enjoyed his time at WCC. He is now prepared to enter the workforce and the career path of his dreams. I highly recommend WCC to any student looking to get a head start to their future."

JaLisa Fowler, Parent of a Precision Machine Technology Student from Connersville High School

"Not only do your students have the technical skills to step in, they are prepared to work in a manufacturing environment. They come to work every day, on time, and are able to communicate well. We work with three other programs in the tri-state area and rate Whitewater Career Center the highest...by far.”

Robin Rutschilling, Clippard

"We have found success hiring Whitewater Career Center students and placing them in our apprenticeship program. They are highly advanced in their skills and ready to face the challenges of employment. The Career Center is willing to listen to employers and understands what students need to know to be successful. Nixon Tool is grateful to have Whitewater Career Center in our community.”

Scott Nixon, President, Nixon Tool Co., Inc.

"Hiring WCC students has been a wonderful experience! We have hired some wonderful young men and women and are excited to see where life will take them."

Tanika Hughes, Staffing Development Coordinator, Heritage House of Richmond

"WCC is an invaluable resource for our students and community. The vast educational programming affords students opportunities to explore career and internship options, and in return students secure certifications and college credits while preparing for the workforce."

Heidi Reuss, Parent of an Information Technology student from Franklin County High School and Assistant Principal, Franklin County Middle School

"WCC students are quickly able to integrate themselves in the roles they fill in our organization. This shows good training. The students are prepared to work in the healthcare setting."

Paul Harville, RN, Director of Nursing, The Knolls of Oxford

"Hiring WCC students has allowed us to add new talent to our workforce and with the hopes they will continue to grow within our company."

Gina Robinson, Director of Health Services, Trilogy-The Springs of Richmond

“I recommend WCC to all students so they can test out a career choice before college.”

Jeanette Sterling, Parent of a Graphic Design student from Connersville High School
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