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The Hocking College Experience

Hocking College Alumna Writes Book on Experiences

by Matt Berry

One of the values Anita McInnis learned while growing up in Jamaica was to never let anything get in the way of her goals.

New Catering and Food Truck Manager Offers New Training Opportunity

by Tracey A. Maine

Otis Meeks is Hocking College’s new Catering & Food Truck Manager.

Local Celebrity Chef Began Her Journey at Hocking, Returns for Homecoming

by Tim Brunicardi

By the age of eight, Maureen “Moe” Michels knew exactly what she wanted to do when she grew up... own her own restaurant.

A native of Painesville, Ohio, Michels passion for cooking was inspired by her mother who was a Home Economics teacher and the fact that she came from a very large family. Her family was so big that a typical Thanksgiving Day dinner at her home required place settings for up to 60 guests.

7 Ways to Donate to the Hocking College Foundation

by Tim Brunicardi

Since October 1992, the Hocking College Foundation has remained a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. Their ongoing mission is to “develop a culture of philanthropy to meet the resource needs of Hocking College in its pursuit of excellence in education and the advancement of economic development, workforce development, and the quality of life for the communities it serves.

Davey Tree Company Makes Donation to Hocking College's Forestry Club

by Tim Brunicardi

Last month three representatives from The Davey Tree Expert Company visited Hocking College to make a donation to the school’s Forestry Club.

Mark Noark (Sales Arborist), Kris Bruestle (District Manager), and Jeff Crites (Operations Manager) presented to the Forestry Club Secretary, Chelsie Kotlar, with a check for $2,000.

The funds were used to help pay for the expenses of the club’s western forests trip which took place from May 3-19.

The presentation took place in room #213 of the Natural Resources building on the Hocking College campus. Also in attendance were members of the Forestry Club and their faculty advisor, James Downs.

Davey Tree’s donation marks the third time this company has helped fund a trip made by Hocking College's Forestry Club.

What Was the Trip the Forestry Club Took?

From Student to Law Enforcement Officer: Hocking College Alum Robert Everett

by Tim Brunicardi

Ever since he was a child, Hocking College alumni Robert W. Everett knew exactly what he wanted to be when he grew up, a law enforcement officer.

Hocking College's Leisure Learning Classes Offers Something For Everyone

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

Are you interested in picking up a new hobby, or becoming more experienced in a skill such as cooking or gardening? If so, you should consider taking one of Hocking College's Leisure Learning classes.

Hocking College NR Graduate Named New Park District Director

by Tim Brunicardi

Hocking College graduate, Josh Dyer, from the Natural & Historical Interpretation program is now the director of the Crawford Park District located in Crestline, Ohio.

School of Natural Resources Host First-Ever Alumni Hall of Fame Ceremony

by Tim Brunicardi

Five Hocking College alumni became the first inductees into Hocking College's School of Natural Resources Alumni Hall of Fame, which took place on Saturday, September 29.

7 Ways to Stay Connected With Your Alma Mater

by Tim Brunicardi

Hocking College is always eager to connect with former students. The opportunities to explore campus, meet current students, discover job openings, and much more are all available through the many programs that Hocking College has designed for alumni. Here are seven ways for alumni to engage with their alma mater.

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