Williamson Employment Services will donate $4,000 each year in scholarships for Lake Michigan College students studying skilled trades.
Lake Michigan College has announced the student, faculty and alumna recipients of its 2016 Student Support Services (SSS) awards.
Millage proceeds will support capital projects on all campuses that will contribute substantially to delivering an educated, well-trained workforce, more jobs and a stronger local economy.
Paul Mow will direct the Tony Award-winning play “Peter & the Starcatcher” as well as the provocative Tony Award-winner for Broadway’s Best Musical “Spring Awakening” during the 2016-2017 academic year.
Students encouraged to register early for best pick of available courses
The graduating class includes 479 students from 70 cities, seven states and 17 countries who have earned 440 associate degrees, and 47 certificates. Students who are graduating with honors comprise 42% of this year’s class.
Stephen Venable of Lawrence and Aiden Weston of St. Joseph have been selected as the student speakers for Lake Michigan College’s 69th annual commencement exercise being held at the LMC Mendel Center on Sunday, May 1, at 2 p.m.
The Alumni Service Award will be presented to Edward J. Todd of Muskegon. The Clarence Beckwith Distinguished Alumni Award will be presented to Marilyn J. Stolberg, D.D.S. of Big Rapids.