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Still uses teaching techniques from Wallace for 35 year education career

November 24, 2020

While driving to class one day, something clicked for high school student Beverly Still. She always thought she was going to be an interior decorator, but her plans changed that day. “One day I was driving to school in March going to my classes that morning, and I went ‘I’m going to miss high schoolRead More

Wallace builds new welding simulator

November 20, 2020

The Wallace Community College – Dothan welding department is giving students the opportunity to have a real-life work environment with a new hands-on simulator. Joey Jackson, Welding Technology instructor, said having the simulator is a way for students to get out of the booths and see some of the obstacles they will face once theyRead More

Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association Scholarship Available

November 17, 2020

MONTGOMERY – Current high school and college students interested in pursuing careers in Alabama’s multi-billion dollar automotive industry have two weeks to apply for a scholarship to use at one of Alabama’s community colleges. The Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association and Alabama Community College System have partnered to provide a total $189,000 in scholarships, as wellRead More

McDonald finds love of cosmetology at Wallace

November 17, 2020

Raven McDonald graduated from Abbeville Christian Academy in 2003 and went straight off to a university. After a little time there, she found that it wasn’t what she thought it was going to be. That’s when she talked to some friends about Wallace Community College – Dothan, and decided to enroll in the cosmetology program.Read More

Helms calls Wallace blessing to community

November 12, 2020

Victoria Helms knew she wanted to be a labor and delivery nurse after having her first child. That experience led her to Wallace Community College – Dothan where she earned her associate degree. Helms graduated from Abbeville Christian Academy in 2011, and from Wallace in December 2014. She began working at Southeast Health in LaborRead More

Wallace steps up with assistance and resources for spring semester

November 12, 2020

Wallace Community College is preparing to “step up” for the upcoming spring 2021 semester with on-campus opportunities to tour the Dothan and Sparks campuses and get set for spring classes. The College has several application and registration opportunities for new and returning students. It’s not too early to apply and register! On-Campus Assistance for allRead More

Williams thanks Wallace for giving him start in electrical technology

November 9, 2020

Demetrick Williams wasn’t sure what he wanted to do in life, but after taking a dual enrollment class in high school, he found that he enjoyed electrical technology. After graduating from Abbeville High School in 2012, he enrolled at Wallace Community College – Dothan and began working toward an associate degree. “I really didn’t knowRead More

Simulation Training of all-time importance at Wallace

November 6, 2020

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many classes have had to change. With social distancing and stricter guidelines in place, students may not have gotten to experience what was the normal college experience. Though the normal has changed, Wallace Community College – Dothan has continued to give students the best all around experience. For health science programs,Read More

The Power of Feedback: Wallace Transfer Students Excel

November 5, 2020

In the fall of each year, a number of Wallace Community College-Dothan students pack a little bit of home and transfer to four-year colleges or universities, excited for their next big adventure. For many WCCD students, it is also an opportunity to excel with new peers who also have high expectations. The journey to succeedRead More

Sheppard thanks Wallace Community College for opportunities

October 28, 2020

Ellen Sheppard was reading a book and came across a story about someone who learned to walk again through physical therapy. It was then that she knew becoming a physical therapist assistant was what she was meant to do. “I read about this guy who couldn’t walk, learn how to walk again. The idea thatRead More