Virginia’s Community Colleges will recruit seven new college presidents this year. Chancellor Glenn DuBois has strong ideas about the leadership qualities VCCS needs.
Virginia Highlands Community College’s main campus is in Abingdon A typical year finds the VCCS recruiting two to three new college presidents, but due to several departures and four Baby [...]Read more
“There are no bucket trucks in Cameroon” – New Virginian trains for power line worker credentials at SVCC
Born in the central African nation of Cameroon, Terrence Song’s native language is French. So, he admits understanding English with a Southern American accent can be a challenge. His secret: [...]Read more
CVCC FastForward “Ambassadors” pay tribute to Virginia lawmaker who is urging the General Assembly to invest more in workforce training programs.
(L to R) Jamaul Taylor, Farley Dickey, Del. Kathy Byron, Dr. John Capps, CVCC President, Natalie Niehaus. As Virginia lawmakers consider additional funding for the FastForward workforce training through Virginia’s [...]Read more
Parental leave policy extended to faculty employees at Virginia’s Community Colleges. Classified state workers at VCCS have been covered by policy since last summer.
La Fonda McWilliams-Wyatt, husband Dwight and Shawn, Jr. La Fonda McWilliams-Wyatt and Brett Tavel know first-hand how important it is to be able to spend time at home with new [...]Read more
Virginia lawmakers rolled back into Richmond earlier this month for their 46-day “short session,” and there’s no shortage of higher-education issues before legislators. Ellen Davenport, VCCS Assistant Vice Chancellor for [...]Read more
LFCC creates a space on campus where students with autism or sensory processing issues can find sanctuary
For people who live with autism, ADHD, PTSD, OCD, or other sensory issues, coping with the stresses of everyday life can be a struggle. Lord Fairfax Community College Anatomy and [...]Read more