Transfer and Career Expos: Explore Your Future

Yuma, AZ (August 30, 2018) – Arizona Western College will be holding five Transfer and Career Expos during Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 semesters.
Learn about what career opportunities are available within your major at AWC. Network with agencies and employers about current and future jobs, internships, and volunteer possibilities. Find out what it takes to transfer to a university. Talk to representatives to figure out what programs you’re interested in – or explore what degrees are offered at each university.
The dates, times, and locations for these events are as follows:

High school students utilize summer break for Early College Experience at AWC

Parker, AZ (August 29, 2018) – Three students from Parker High School took part in the Early College Experience at Arizona Western College by taking a college class over the summer.

Antenor Esquerra, Melati Ocampo, and Gabriela Ocampo received college credit for completing AST-130 (The Planets) taught by Professor Robert Reaves. And they did so at a lower rate, as students who are 17 and under only pay $25 per credit hour in comparison to the $84 per credit hour cost for those 18 and older.

Domestic Violence and Breast Cancer Awareness Walk taking place at AWC

Yuma, AZ (August 20, 2018) – Join the Arizona Western College Health and Wellness Department as they walk out on domestic violence and take steps to support finding a cure for breast cancer during an upcoming event.

The Domestic Violence and Breast Cancer Awareness Walk will be held at 10 a.m. on October 17, in conjunction with October being Domestic Violence Awareness Month as well as Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

AWC Culinary Arts Program Serves Formal Dinners the Fall

Grilled Salmon Dinner Set for September 11 with Others to Follow

Yuma, AZ (August 16, 2018) — The Arizona Western College Culinary Arts Program presents their formal dinner offerings that include an appetizer, soup or salad, a main dish with sides and dessert. The students in the program create the menus and serve the meals. The funds raised are used for the students and their program necessities.