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Automotive Technology Professor Awarded Prestigious Title

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WMCC Automotive Technology Professor Troy Lachance was recently awarded the title of GM World Class Master Technician.  This puts Lachance in a very elite group.  In the northern district of New England, there have only been three World Class Technicians in the last ten years.  This prestigious t

WMCC Among Top 10 Community Colleges

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WMCC ranked #5 in national survey

Good things are happening at White Mountains Community College!

Congratulations to Chef Travis Giles

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WMCC Culinary Arts Professor Chef Travis Giles was recently named winner of the North Country Chef's Regional Challenge.  Giles will now compete in the Grand Challenge on November 3 at the Mountain View Grand Resort and Spa.  His winning dishes at the regional event consisted of a butternut squas

Late Start Classes Planned

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If you were thinking about starting classes this fall at WMCC, but missed the deadline, think again!  WMCC will be offering Late Start Classes beginning October 28.  The seven week courses will run through December 16.  It's not too late to file for financial aid for these courses.  The Late Star

Advanced Welding Lab Under Construction

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The welding program at White Mountains Community College will have a new look this fall thanks to a $1.6 million grant from the US Department of Labor.  The transformation will include a new welding lab with cutting edge equipment, a Mobile Welding Training Lab and a newly updated curriculum. 

Phi Theta Kappa fundraises for food

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The National Honor Society, Phi Theta Kappa, held a successful fundraiser at WMCC.  Over $600 was raised along with several boxes of canned and packaged food items.  The money and food will be donated to local food pantries. The dollars raised came from the sale of hotdogs, chips, soda and cookie

Child Development Center Celebrates Week of the Young Child

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Research has demonstrated that quality early care and education brings a wide range of benefits for children’s well-being and for their social, emotional, behavioral, cognitive and language development.   Research also shows that a strong economy depends on people’s skills, creativity, motivation

MacCleery Scholarship Awarded

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WMCC is pleased to award the Russell  MacCleery Scholarship to Keith Roy of Lancaster.  This scholarshp will

Peace Officers Memorial

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WMCC hosted the 6th Annual Peace Officers Memorial Ceremony on May 16.  Peace officers from area towns, as well as representatives from the Federal Prison, State Prison and the Coos County Sheriff's Department were in attendance.  The name of every police officer killed  in the line of duty in th

Cap and Gown Measurements

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Graduates!  Measurements for graduation caps and gowns will be taken on Wednesday, March 6, 2013 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the Student Wellness Center.  Please stop by to be measured. 

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