The check was the first Dan Maher distributed as part pf a Federation of Virginia Food Banks Healthy Pantry Initiative Grant Pilot program.
20 years of involvement at Germanna Community College for Bruce Davis. Info on a gala February 23rd and ways you can help GCC students.
84 Lumber’s business partners at Culpeper Wood Preservers and Jefferson Homebuilders are also donating $100,000.
Commencement held on Wednesday at UMW’s Anderson Center
Ribel decided he would start working full-time as an electrician to get practical experience while taking night classes in Workforce Development at Germanna.
Caeden Ribel graduates with an Associate Degree inTechnical Studies with a focus on Industrial Electrical Maintenance. He tells his Germanna story.
Brandie Williams with the Rappahannock Area Community Services Board spoke at the afternoon Health Sciences Pinning
Bruce Davis of Germanna Community College and Jennifer Hurst-Wender with Historic Germanna.
Grant will help train more students–specifically military veterans–on road construction.
WATCH: Germanna program receives $250,000 grant from Transurban to help train students in road building
A significant portion of the funds will go toward the Academy’s mission to train military veterans for careers in road and bridge construction.
Transurban invests in Fredericksburg community with contribution to Virginia Infrastructure Academy at Germanna
Part of the focus will be on creating careers in road building for military veterans.
GCC future educators academy allows students to earn two years of college credit free while still in high school
Academy classes will be based at Germanna’s Daniel Technology Center in Culpeper.
Germanna’s completely online, accelerated College Everywhere program allowed her to work and study at the same time, taking the classes at home at her convenience.
Davis is leaving GCC in March to become chair of the Mary Washington Healthcare Board. His retirement takes effect March 1.
Germanna political scientist wins national award for convincing students to vote…says 2024 may be a harder sell
Dr. Lennahan said she believes “students feel largely disconnected from politics at this point.
The funds will equip 10 locations in Spotsylvania, Stafford, Orange, Culpeper, Wise, Page, and Madison counties with video conferencing equipment.
Some Germanna Community College staff members participated in a contest at the Spotsylvania campus
Brent Wilson, Keith Morris and Jonathon Martinez talk about the program: different types of credentials available, local partnerships and the need more more lab space in the region.
Associate Vice President Division of Health Sciences Dr. Nanette Graham and Interim Associate Dean of Health Technologies Dr. John Stroffolino on health care needs and opportunities in the region.
Here’s info on signing up