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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the prospects for prospective chefs and head cooks are literally boiling over! This trend is also supported by the following figures from the BLS:
Much like landlines and payphones, the process of filling out job applications in-person has seemingly become a thing of the past. In turn, these days the best way to let an employer know you’re interested in working for them is by filling out your application online.
Hocking College's Equine Program Manager, Bethany Siehr, recently competed and placed in the third annual Thoroughbred Incentive Program National Championship.
Overall, some 500 thoroughbreds competed in a total of 26 divisions comprising English Pleasure, Western Pleasure, Dressage, Western Dressage, Hunters, and Jumpers.
Originally from Carroll, OH, Spires graduated from Bloom-Carroll High School in 2016. Afterward, he attended the Fairfield branch of Eastland-Fairfield also located in Carroll, and later Hocking College.
In 2019, Spired graduated from HC with his Associate of Individualized Studies in Cybersecurity & Ethical Hacking degree, and soon thereafter accepted his current position at the school as an AmeriCorps Vista.
Looking for a spooky film to watch this October? Look no further than this round-up of the top 13 horror films inspired by Hocking College majors.
Hocking College is proud to announce and welcome our new Fire Science Program Manager, Richard Best, to the Hocking College family.
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.