KCC in the news: Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013

Blaze the mascot reads a recent edition of the Bruin student newspaper.

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Here are some of the latest mentions of Kellogg Community College in online media. Click through the links to view the full posts.

  • “EDGE job-training collaborative transforms lives” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “EDGE is a workforce development collaborative between the Michigan Works! Agency, Goodwill Industries, Kellogg Community College and Battle Creek Unlimited. The four organizations joined forces last year in an effort to train people 200 percent below the poverty level for specific jobs within the community.”
  • “A guide to the Albion-Marshall merger” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “As of Aug. 23, more than 100 Albion students had signed up to attend Marshall High and another 20 had signed up to attend Marshall’s Opportunity School, an alternative high school program housed at Kellogg Community College’s Eastern Academic Center near Albion that allows students from across the area to take high school and college courses simultaneously.”
  • “Kalamazoo sculptor Shay Church seeks volunteers to complete ArtPrize installation Friday” (MLive.com): “Artists whose work will be shown at the facility include WMU faculty, staff, students and alumni, as well as some non-WMU artists, including teams from Kellogg Community College and Ferris State University’s Architecture and Sustainability Program.”
  • “Finkbeiner to discuss ‘Effective Marketing’ at GTACC luncheon” (Cypress Creek Mirror): “Originally from Battle Creek, Mich., Finkbeiner is an award-winning marketing professional with over nine years of marketing and advertising experience including radio and outdoor sales and community college and nonprofit marketing. She has an associate of arts in business from Kellogg Community College, a Bachelors of business administration from Western Michigan University, and a master of arts in advertising from Michigan State University.”
  • “New teachers bring Wildcats pride to Albion” (Battle Creek Enquirer): “Matthews attended Kellogg Community College and Olivet College in hopes of having a career in broadcast journalism. While working for a local radio station he volunteered to read books to children with his co-workers. He said the experience made him realize he should dedicate his life to teaching.”

For more news about Kellogg Community College, view our latest press releases online at daily.kellogg.edu/category/press-releases.