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The Hocking College Experience

College with a Safety Net, CCP Program lets High Schoolers ease into Higher Ed

by Matt Berry

Benjamin Juricki always knew he was going to college, but just not so soon.

Web App Program Takes Student from Fed Up to Fired Up

by Tracey A. Maine

Skyla Coleman’s success story is proof that sometimes the best way to navigate the pathway to prosperity is always to follow your instincts.

Hocking College's Career & University Center Offers Free Business Clothes to Students

by Tim Brunicardi

If you’re a Hocking College student who has the will, but not the wardrobe, to enter the workforce, then you should visit the Career and University Center's Career Closet which opens for the Autumn 2020 semester on Aug. 17.

Hocking College grad helps search for Utah girl swept away by flood

by Matt Berry

NOTE: Kennedy Gulas received the Hocking Heroes Award for her actions at Little Wildhorse Canyon. The award recognizes alumni who do essential and extraordinary work in their communities and the world. If you’d like to nominate someone, visit the Hocking College Foundation website and fill out the Hocking Heroes Nomination Form

College Credit Plus Program Saves Students Time and Money

by Tracey A. Maine

NELSONVILLE, Ohio—With the help of Ohio’s College Credit Plus program Marisa McClain was able to transition from high school to college without relocating or accumulating massive amounts of student loan debt.

At a crossroads, Andrea Chatfield took a risk to find a promising career

by Tracey A. Maine

When Andrea Chatfield moved to Athens in 2012, the southern Ohio native planned on becoming an organic farmer. Three years later an unexpected shoulder injury led her to a pivotal crossroads in her life.

US Department of Ed grants temporary relief for federal student loans

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

Earlier this week, the U.S. Department of Education announced a plan that would provide temporary relief to tens of millions of borrowers during the COVID-19 national emergency.

How Can You Overcome the Challenges of Poverty?

by Tracey A. Maine

If you, your parents and grandparents all grew up wearing hand-me-down clothes, were constantly moving from place-to-place, only went to the dentist when it was absolutely necessary and know what it’s like to not get any gifts for Christmas then you’ve probably experienced generational poverty.

Indeed Releases New Top 12 Careers in Food List

by Tracey A. Maine

Earlier this year Indeed published their list of the Top 12 Careers in Food. This article also ranked the following food service-oriented positions in the following order:

Film Students Get Hands-On Experience Working on Movie Set in New York

by Tracey A. Maine

This past October four students from Hocking College’s Film and Video Production program got the opportunity to work on a professional film set in New York City.

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