The principles of providing value to the community we serve motivated Arizona Western College’s new Chief Information Officer to relocate the Desert Southwest. Joe McLain stepped into a new position and a new leadership role at Arizona Western College in mid-August.
Angela Carrillo, President of Fluid Energies Therapeutic Massage, Inc. and her sister, Diana Valerie Robledo, graduated from AWC’s Massage Therapy Program in 2009 and have since opened their own practice in Yuma. The sisters are proud of their time in the program, which they completed in two years. After having successful careers in cosmetology and barbering, they later decided to explore another option together.
Yuma, AZ (August 29, 2017)-Arizona Western College received an award for having the second highest number of students (inmates) completing a Career and Technical Education (CTE) Program in the Arizona Department of Corrections.
First Cohort of Students Enrolled for fall 2017
The required number of students needed to form the first cohort of the Informatics program at Arizona Western College have been enrolled for the fall 2017 semester. It is expected that as information is distributed, and students realize the benefits of completing an Informatics degree, enrollment numbers will continue to increase each year.
The Arizona Western College Career and Technical Education Division and the Arizona Western College Office of Early College Experiences will be having their 9th Annual AWC Non-Traditional Careers Conference on Friday, September 22 from 8:00 am to 1:30 pm on AWC’s Yuma Campus.