Here are some of the latest mentions of Kellogg Community College in online media. Click through the links to view the posts on each organization’s website.
- “Michigan Advances Pro-Business Image” (Lake Superior Community Partnership): “In Branch County, officials continue to work with organizations such Michigan Works!, Kellogg Community College, Baker College and the Small Business and Technology Center in Kalamazoo to boost workforce training.”
- “Word Around Town: Could you use that in a sentence?” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “Relive those days of high-stakes academic competition as Kellogg Community College presents ‘The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,’ beginning March 15.”
- “Opportunity abounds in Battle Creek, but few take advantage: Lack of ‘soft skills,’ work ethic prevents many from leveraging skills into jobs” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “For the academics, schools across the area funnel students into the Battle Creek Area Math & Science Center, which can funnel students direct to university or through Kellogg Community College for jobs back here in the burgeoning food science industry downtown or a strong local health sector. For the trade skills-minded, area schools funnel students into the CACC, which can direct students through KCC’s Regional Manufacturing Technology Center and directly to a growing and increasingly advanced manufacturing sector in the Fort Custer Industrial Park on the west side of town.”
- “Hollow Sight by author Kristie Pierces” (Daily Reporter): “Quincy- Quincy resident, Kristie Pierce self published ‘Hollow Sight’ in November 2012. The Quincy High School and Kellogg Community College graduate engaged in the idea of writing a novel in 2009.”
- “Shortly before he died in Spring Arbor crash, 24-year-old told father, stepmother he loved them in phone message” (Jackson Cititzen Patriot): “He earned his GED and had recently enrolled at Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek.”
- “Susan J. Demas: If Rick Snyder wants Michigan 3.0, he needs to stop attacks on education” (MLive.com): “The simple fact is that when it comes to public education, Snyder just isn’t that into it. Sure, that might seem funny for a guy who’s a product of public K-12 schools, Kellogg Community College and the University of Michigan, but it’s true.”
- “Bronson B.C. nurse’s purse stolen while she helped unresponsive man” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “The purse was found the next day by a nursing student in the parking lot of Kellogg Community College and everything but the $500 electronic book was inside.”
For more news about Kellogg Community College, view our latest press releases online at daily.kellogg.edu/category/press-releases.