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WCC Receives $1000 CICF Grant

Cincinnati Incorporated Charitable Foundation (CICF) has recognized WCC as “an organization that enriches our community and strengthens the comradery of CI employees.” This recognition comes with a $1000 grant earmarked…Learn more

WCC Take Five Newsletter – Dec 2023

Check out news from WCC. Click here to read the newsletter.

Online applications for 2024-2025 are live Dec 1!

Click on the resources tab and then select your high school to apply for the 2024-2025 school year.

WCC Take Five Newsletter – Oct 2023

Check out news from WCC. Click on the News and Events title above to read the newsletter. Take Five Newsletter – Oct 2023

Hoosier Feeder Company Produces Video with WCC

“Welding. Futures. Together.” is the new promotional video produced by Hoosier Feeder to highlight the partnership between the company, their professional association PMMI (The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies),…Learn more

Beth Shank-Fodrea wins Lilly Fellowship!

Congratulations to our Work-Based Learning teacher Mrs. Beth Shank-Fodrea on winning a Lilly Endowment 2023 Teacher Creativity Fellowship. The Endowment selected the 2023 fellows from a competitive pool of applicants.…Learn more

Have Lunch at Whitewater Landing!

Join us Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday this week for lunch at Whitewater Landing. Chicken Parmesan with a salad and garlic toast is the special, along with the regular $5 lunch…Learn more

Apply Now for 2023-2024!

Online applications for the 2023-2024 school year are now being accepted. Click on the Resources tab and find your high school link. Click your high school link to complete the…Learn more

WCC Automotive Technology Program Earns NATEF Recertification

Congratulations to Mr. Brad Bever on NATEF recertification of the Automotive Technology program. The five-year certification recognizes the high standards maintained by Mr. Bever and his students. NATEF’s (National Automotive…Learn more

Whitewater Career Center
Whitewater Career CenterMay 28th
Please help us wish Mr. Bever and Mrs. Redd congratulations on their retirement from WCC! We have been honored to have you both as valued members of our WCC staff! You have both mentored and inspired students not only for their careers but in life. Best of luck and we hope you enjoy your next chapter!

Whitewater Career Center’s 13 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.

Career Programs
Industry Certifications
Dual Credit Courses
Years of Launching Careers
How WCC Meets Graduation Pathways

Career Center Success

"WCC increased my knowledge and success with Reid. I wouldn’t be where I am today without the knowledge I gained from WCC.”

Carla Stansberry, IT Support System Analyst, Reid Health, WCC Health Science, Union County High School Class of 2015

"WCC gave me the confidence to present my ideas and speak my mind clearly.”

Allison Fee, Display Artist, Urban Outfitters, WCC Graphic Design, Connersville High School Class of 2019

"My experience at WCC helped me so much." He encourages students to "pay attention and focus on learning as much as you can."

Dillon Miller, Field Service Engineer, Sungrow, WCC Electricity, Union County High School Class of 2016

"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."

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

"WCC is an invaluable resource for our students and community. The vast educational programming affords students opportunities to explore career and internship options."

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

"WCC students have the technical skills to step in and are prepared to work. We work with three other programs in the tri-state area and rate Whitewater Career Center the far.”

Robin Rutschilling, Clippard
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