WCC Quest Featured In Online Newspaper

WCC Quest Featured In Online Newspaper

Wayne Community College’s Quest Academy is featured in an online newspaper.

The article about the Quest Academy appears in The EvoLLLution®, a newspaper dedicated to postsecondary education and its future. The piece salutes the academy for the Exemplary Program Award it received recently from the National Council for Continuing Education and Training and includes a video of an interview conducted with WCC personnel.

The article can be found at https://bit.ly/WCC-NCCET-interview.

The video presents a conversation between Amrit Ahluwalia, the newspaper’s managing editor, and WCC personnel Maria Abalo-Zarate, English Language Acquisition (ELA) coordinator; Lynn Rabhan, Transitional Programs for College and Career director; and Renita Allen Dawson, associate vice president for Workforce Continuing Education Services.

Quest Academy provides an enhanced experience to higher level ELA students.

The academy recruits advanced ELA students with a focus on students who are professionally certified in their native country. It combines English language learning and academics with technical and occupational training.

Quest graduates have found employment or volunteer positions in the community and have enrolled in Workforce Continuing Education and curriculum courses and programs such as dental hygiene, phlebotomy, Microsoft Word specialist, wiring, Cisco Academy, and more.

A still image from a video captures (left to right) Wayne Community College’s Transitional Programs for College and Career Director Lynn Rabhan, English Language Acquisition Coordinator Maria Abalo-Zarate, and Associate Vice President for Workforce Continuing Education Services Renita Allen Dawson in a virtual interview with the managing editor of The EvoLLLution®.