We’re excited to welcome West Shore Community College (WSCC) to the Great Lakes Emergency Preparedness Expo on October 19, 2013!
West Shore Community College (WSCC) was established on March 6, 1967 and serves multiple communities in the western part of the state of Michigan. The College offers a comprehensive general education curricula designed to meet the needs of students desiring to transfer to senior institutions, and many occupational programs are available for students desiring to pursue immediate employment.
West Shore Community College will be promoting their general education programs at the Great Lakes Emergency Preparedness Expo, while emphasizing their emergency preparedness degrees/certificates. WSCC offers degrees/certificates in criminal justice, nursing, paramedic, and respiratory care.
In a time of constant change and increasing catastrophes, careers in fields of criminal justice and the medical field are vitally important. We’ve all watched recent news stories where emergency responders and medical professionals acted quickly to save lives and rescue those in need. Emergency responders are our first line of defense in times of uncertainly.
Additionally, there will continue to be a growing need for medical providers in the state of Michigan in the next several decades. Like many other states, Michigan is preparing for retiring “baby-boomer” who will need substantial medical care. Specialized nursing skills will be in an high demand over the next twenty to thirty years, and community colleges are expect to supply the majority of registered nurses to their respected communities.
WSCC offers several exciting health career programs such as: Registered Nurse (RN), Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), Nurse Assistant certificate, Respiratory Care Technician, and Radiologic Technician. All of these practitioners are expected to be in high demand for many years to come.
WSCC degrees/certificates prepare students to face the many challenges of the modern world. WSCC offers extensive training to all its graduates to assure they are both knowledgeable and confident when faced with an emergency.
Educational institutions like WSCC continue to supply communities in Michigan with highly trained emergency responders. The College works closely with business and industry to provide a well-trained workforce in a variety of job skill areas and its role in job training has grown to the point that today WSCC offers or can custom design a training program to fit almost any need. Training can take place on campus or at a business site.
Please stop by WSCC’s booth on October 19 or visit WestShore.edu to learn more about their programs and specializations!