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WCCC Education Foundation

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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.
Our Mission: The Warren County Career Center Education Foundation believes all students are entitled to an education that propels them toward the opportunity-rich life they deserve. Our mission is to energize and engage the extended community by advancing creative solutions to ensure equity and excellence in education.  The Foundation will secure funding and award monies to provide supplemental resources that will enrich and enhance teaching and learning in the Warren County Career Center, transform the lives of students, ensure they are career-ready, and help them prepare for life-long learning.
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.

Did you know? You can reduce your tax burden, even if you don’t itemize!
If you are 70 ½ or older and own an IRA or other qualified retirement plan, you can make a charitable rollover gift to the Warren County Career Center Education Foundation that will satisfy your annual required minimum distribution, pre-tax. Contact your IRA custodian and direct the donation to the WCCC Education Foundation and make a difference in a student’s life!

Donate Online Today

Attention Alumni! Support Scholarships!

WCCC Alumni Association T-Shirt Fundraiser

Show your school spirit as a WCCC Alumni! The WCCC Alumni Association is selling T-shirts to support WCCC Education Foundation student scholarships. Shirts are available in school colors for Carlisle, Franklin, Kings, Lebanon, Little Miami, Springboro, Waynesville, and a special WCCC Mustang blue and white option. WCCC Graphic Arts students participated in a design contest for the alumni shirt logo. WCCC Alumnus Greg Davis, owner of Avid Signs in Lebanon, offered to print the shirts and give the student whose design was selected a one-week job shadow internship at his company. Five WCCC Graphic Arts juniors were finalists in the shirt design contest, and Angel Wilson, Lebanon, was selected as the winning designer.

To purchase your shirt, save the order form below to your desktop or files and fill it out, selecting school colors and size, and check the option for payment, either using Pay For It on this webpage (see link above) or mailing a check made payable to the WCCC Education Foundation in care of the school at 3525 N. Rt. 48, Lebanon, OH 45036. To return the order form, or if you have any questions, please email Diana Lovett at [email protected] You will be notified when available for pickup!

Annual Golf Outing Fundraiser

Annual Event to Raise Funds for Scholarships

The 2021 WCCC Education Foundation Golf Outing was held Monday, June 7, 2021 at Heatherwoode Golf Course in Springboro. Thank you for your support!
Next year's event is tentatively set for June 6, 2022.

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 should contact Robert Sheehan, Student Services Coordinator, 3525 N. Rt. 48, Lebanon, OH 45036, 513-932-8145 ext. 5249 or at [email protected].

Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to our 2021 WCCC Education Foundation Scholarship winners!

Two WCCC Education Foundation $750 scholarships were given to high school seniors Tyler Conte, Springboro, Automotive Technology; and Truly Isaacs, Waynesville, Pre-Nursing. The foundation also paid nearly $26,000 in senior student fees.

Adult student Regan Hounshell, Cosmetology, earned the Adult Student Spring $750 scholarship. One more Adult Student $750 scholarship will be granted in the fall.

WCCC Education Foundation Jump Start Scholarships totaling $5,000 were granted to adult students Regan Hounshell, Cosmetology, $250; Cody Craig, Pharmacy Technician, $1,000; Jasmine Weaks, Cosmetology, $300; Chloe Bailey, Dental Assisting, $300; Joseph Strickland, Cisco Certified Network Administrator (CCNA), $300; David Alfaro, CCNA, $300; Seth Fields, CCNA, $750; Paterick Inseho, CCNA, $300; Erin Kelly, CCNA, $300; Ned Crooks, CCNA, $300; Brady Jones, Welding AWS Certified, $300; Madelyn Yoon, Welding AWS Certified, $300; Spencer Briley, Welding AWS Certified, $300.
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