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Warren County Career Center, "Where Learning Leads to Earning!"
3525 N. State Route 48
Lebanon, Ohio 45036
High School: 513-932-5677 (High School staff are usually available between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 3 p.m.)

Adult Education: 513-932-8145 (Adult Education staff are available a varying hours between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. depending on schedules)
 
Email us at WCCCinfo@mywccc.org. We will respond within 48 hours, or two business days.
 
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WCCC offers programs for high school and adult learners and also operates a fully-licensed preschool. WCCC also provides Career Development services for its partner districts – Franklin, Kings, Lebanon, Little Miami, Springboro and Waynesville.

What programs are offered?
Adult Education (link to AE home page http://www.mywccc.org/AdultEducation_home.aspx)
High School (link to http://www.mywccc.org/ProgramsAvailabletoStudents.aspx)

How do I apply?
If you are a high school sophomore interested in a two-year Career Technical program for juniors and seniors, go to this link: https://warren.enrolltrack.com, create an account and start the application process.

Adult learners interested in a Workforce Development full-time or part-time program may explore our programs HERE. Or see our latest Course Catalog  online. You may call 513-932-8145 to set an appointment to meet with the Coordinator of the program that interests you, our Adult Education Counselor and Financial Aid Specialist to begin the application process.

What are the advantages of Career Technical Education?
Students completing a CTE program have the opportunity to earn industry certifications, college credit, and scholarships. Many programs lead straight into the workforce while equipping students to continue their education through college, apprenticeships or further workforce training. The WCCC staff and administration constantly evaluate the job market and network with the business community to ensure students are learning relevant skills for jobs that are in demand. Each student who successfully completes a CTE program earns a Career Passport – a portfolio that documents all skills and certifications the student has accomplished.

How do I find out more about the Learning Lab Preschool?
Click HERE, or call our Director at 513-933-3937 or email kendra.murphy@mywccc.org.

How does WCCC help with basic academic skills and credit recovery for high school credentials?
Warren County Aspire provides free classes to help you brush up on academic skills such as reading, writing and math to prepare for the GED or other high school credential exam, or to refresh your knowledge prior to entering higher education. Aspire also offers services for English for Speakers of Other Languages at no cost. Gateway to Success helps students ages 18-21 who have dropped out of high school to take online courses and make up credits to earn their high school diploma. This program, housed at WCCC and at Workforce One of Warren County, is offered at no cost.

What customer services are available to the public?
As a part of the applied learning process at WCCC, some programs provide customer services for the general public. Some services are limited to community service projects for non-profit organizations. Services are performed by students who are learning and practicing their skills. Instructors oversee their work. Customers may be asked to sign a waiver. Services performed offsite must be approved by administration.

Students in Cosmetology offer hair, nail and skin care services to the general public during class hours for high school and adult students, see brochure HERE. Please call for an appointment, 513-933-3947, no walk-ins.

Graphic Arts students provide services on a limited basis to area non-profit organizations only for items such as brochures, flyers, and T-shirts. For more information, contact Instructor Howard Norris, during the school year (September-April) at 513-932-5677 ext. 5286 or howard.norris@mywccc.org.

Digital Design students provide services on a limited basis to area non-profit organizations only for items such as video production and website design. For more information, contact Instructor Greg Beasley during the school year (September-April) at 513-932-5677 ext. 5336 or greg.beasley@mywccc.org.

The WCCC Construction Academy takes on one or two projects each year, strictly for area non-profit organizations and community service. Many times projects are arranged a year in advance. For more information, call Carpentry Instructor Steve Williamson at 513-932-5677 ext. 5243, or Director of Secondary Education Gary Patton at 513-932-5677 ext. 5203.

Automotive services are provided on a limited basis during the school day in the months of September through April through the Automotive Technology program. Customers must pay for all parts and materials, plus a service fee. For more information, call Auto Tech Instructor Todd Gullett at 513-932-5677 ext. 5242.

Other questions?
Call the High School at 513-932-5677 (Between 7:30 a.m. and 3 p.m.)
Call Adult Education at 513-932-8145 (Between 8 a.m. and approx. 9 p.m.)
Call the Learning Lab at 513-933-3937 (Between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.)
Email us at WCCCinfo@mywccc.org. We will respond within 48 hours, or two business days.

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