Posts Tagged ‘ Oceana CAN ’

Students job shadow local professionals.

April 12, 2019

Students job shadow local professionals. #OceanaCAN HART – Oceana County students recently got a first-hand look at various careers by job shadowing local professionals. “This month, Mercy Health Lakeshore Hospital in Shelby, Oceana Courthouse, GHSP, Gray & Company, and Country Dairy participated in the Fifth Annual Students in the Workplace half day job shadowing program,” states the Oceana College Access…

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AmeriCorps members work hard for Oceana.

March 16, 2019

AmeriCorps members work hard for Oceana. HART – Thousands of Americans across the country, including Oceana County residents, celebrated the valuable contributions of AmeriCorps members who pledge to “get things done” as part of the annual AmeriCorps Week. The AmeriCorps Week celebration also honored the contributions and support of thousands of local organizations that make AmeriCorps programs possible. Across Michigan…

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Women Who Care group donates $15,000 to Oceana CAN.

March 13, 2019

Women Who Care group donates $15,000 to Oceana CAN. #WomenWhoCareofOceana #OceanaCollegeAccessNetwork BENONA TOWNSHIP – It has been estimated that 25 percent of today’s working aged adults in West Michigan hold an associate degree or higher, but by 2025, 64 percent will require some form of post-secondary education. With that gap in mind, the Women Who Care of Oceana decided at…

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Oceana CAN receives state award.

March 6, 2019

Oceana CAN receives state award. #OceanaCAN LANSING – Oceana College Access Network received the Flagship Award during the Michigan College Access Network’s ninth annual conference Monday, March 4. MCAN acknowledged 11 outstanding post-secondary education practitioners and advocates from across the state. The Flagship Award recognizes organizations that develop sustainable college access networks. “Oceana CAN has a strong focus on data…

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Students explore colleges, careers.

February 26, 2019

Students explore colleges, careers. #OceanaCAN! By Allison Scarbrough, Editor. SHELBY – Hundreds of local high school juniors explored different career opportunities during the Fourth Annual Oceana County College and Career Fair Tuesday, Feb. 26, in the Shelby High School gym. The gym was divided in half with career opportunities on one side and colleges on the other side. Students learned…

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Legally Speaking: Sentencing Guidelines

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