A recent post on EMS World addressed the following question — do EMS workers necessarily need to pursue getting a college degree?
When Southern Ohio native Andrea Chatfield moved to Athens in 2012, her ambition was to become an organic farmer. Then, three years later, an unexpected shoulder injury led her to a pivotal crossroads moment in her life.
Thirteen students from Hocking College's Culinary Program and Master Chef Vincenzo “Enzo” Sclama departed for a trip to Northern Italy on Sunday, May 26.
While there are many self-taught people who enter the computer science industry without a degree, there are many advantages to having one which could ultimately make the difference between getting a job and having a career.
Are you nervous about starting college? Are you worried about getting lost on campus or making new friends? If you can relate to these anxieties, then you should consider signing up for Hocking College's Smart Start.
It's finally June and schools are out for the summer. So, what should one do with all that time off?
If you're ready to jumpstart your career, you should consider becoming an electrician. Hocking College offers an Associate of Technical Study in Construction Management:
Commercial & Residential Electricity for those interested in becoming one.
Hocking College’s Girls Who Rock and Code Club has received confirmation that the College’s chapter of Girls Who Code will meet weekly during the summer beginning June 6 through August 1.