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WCCC Education Foundation

WCCC Education Foundation
Invest in the future by helping fund educational options for our students. Consider giving today toward the Warren County Career Center Education Foundation. Please join in partnership with WCCC to support student learning and invest in our economic future.
The foundation supports the mission: To prepare youths and adults to make informed career choices and to successfully enter, compete and advance in a changing world. The foundation helps build awareness in the community and raises funds to benefit the education of students through scholarships, financial aid for needed tools and equipment, learning projects and opportunities for teachers to stay connected to local employers and industry. It is a separate, not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 organization.
Corporations, foundations, alumni, employees and friends of Career-Technical Education are all encouraged to invest in the future of students at the Warren County Career Center. Whether it is a scholarship fund or contribution toward a learning project or opportunity, the return on investment helps build our economy and keep an educated workforce in the region.

Creating a partnership with the Warren County Career Center through donating to the foundation is an investment in the economic and educational development of the region. It is an investment in the lives of our students, who will provide the quality workforce that will change this region in decades to come. It is also an investment that gives people hope for a new life.

How to Donate
You may make a direct gift of cash or securities; make a pledge; make a deferred gift; or make a memorial gift. You may choose a specific purpose for your donation. Be sure to ask your employer if the company matches employee donations. Contact us at 513-932-5677 ext. 5201 for more information. Checks should be made to WCCC Education Foundation and mailed to the foundation at 3529 N. Rt. 48, Lebanon, Ohio 45036. To give online, see the link below. Please note that your online gift is reduced by approximately 3 percent due to associated fees.

Options for Giving
We all want to make a difference in life. Here is a list of ways you can support the Foundation and help us secure a positive future:

• Make a pledge and build your legacy over a period of time.
• Make a direct gift of cash, securities, or real estate.
• Make a deferred gift through a bequest, gift annuities, or charitable remainder trust.
• Remember a loved one with a memorial gift.
• Solicit support from your employer’s community support department.
• Check to see if your employer will match your contribution.
• Register your Kroger card through Kroger's Community Rewards Program to benefit the WCCC Education Foundation. Note: you may have to re-register annually.

Sandy Hempel Memorial Scholarship

Warren County Career Center is establishing a scholarship to honor the memory of former Project SEARCH Coordinator Sandy Hempel. Ms. Hempel dedicated her life to working with students with special needs to provide them with education and work experience so they could lead independent lives to the best of their ability. This scholarship will be awarded annually to an outstanding Warren County Career Center student with special needs who chooses to go on for further education and to support special projects which support the Career Center’s Project SEARCH program. To donate, you may mail a check to the Warren County Career Center Education Foundation with the designation to the Sandy Hempel Scholarship, or use our online giving option, below.

Donate Online Today

Annual Golf Outing Fundraiser

Annual Event to Raise Funds for Scholarships

The 2017 WCCC Education Foundation Golf Outing is set for Monday, June 5 at Heatherwoode Golf Club in Springboro. See information below on registering a foursome, or sponsoring the event. See photos from the 2016 event HERE.

How to Apply for a Scholarship

High school students interested in applying for a WCCC Education Foundation Scholarship should meet with their WCCC counselor in February or March to begin the application process. Scholarships are awarded each spring at the Senior Awards Ceremony. 
Adult Education students, or high school seniors entering an Adult Education program may download, complete, and print the form below to begin the application process. It must be submitted to the counselor's office along with a copy of high school transcript through first semester, and/or adult education transcript, and two letters of recommendation from teachers, counselors, coordinators and/or employers. Please submit to Louise Hayes, Student Services Coordinator, 3525 N. Rt. 48, Lebanon, OH 45036 by April 5, 2017. Mrs. Hayes can be reached at 513-932-8145 ext. 5249 or at Louise.Hayes@mywccc.org

Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to our 2017 WCCC Education Foundation Scholarship winners!

High School recipients:
Mackenzie New, Waynesville, Health Science, read more HERE
Zach Back, Franklin, Advanced Technologies & Robotics, read more HERE 

Adult Education recipients:
Jacob McCloud, Franklin, Electrical Power Line Mechanic, read more HERE
Shelby Strassburger, Franklin, Welding, read more HERE
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