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February 7 - All About the Arts: An Afternoon with Abbigale

February 8 - New Student Resource Fair

February 9 - Diversity & Inclusion: Amazing Grace

February 10 - Global Conversations: Derrick Johnson

February 15 - Brown and Juanita C. Ford Art Gallery: M. Saffell Gardner

February 22 - Critical Thinking Game Day

February 27 - Black Business Expo and Marketplace

March 11 - Performers Expo Call for Artists

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April 12 - Career & Program Overview Day

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2023 Commencement Class Meeting Schedule

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June 3 - Commencement Ceremony at Ford Field

Through June 16 - Graduate Exit Survey

WCCCD Curtis L. Ivery Health and Wellness Education Center Receives 2022 Location of Excellence Award from MXM

Dental Hygiene Clinic at Northwest Campus

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Youth Enrichment Packet

 

Youth Enrichment Series (YES)

Wayne County Community College District’s School of Continuing Education & Workforce Development is please to offer a one – of – a kind program “Youth Enrichment Series.” This innovative program was developed in response to the increasing needs of youth in today’s society in the areas of communication skills, problem solving, self esteem, and moral values.

The programs we offer are specifically targeted to youth to help them prepare their lifelong development and future careers programs that are designed to create awareness in the following areas:

  • Peer Pressure – Make The Right Choice
  • Building a Positive You- Self Esteem
  • Think Smart -Critical Thinking Skills
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Creating Great Study Habits
  • Be Your Own Boss – Entrepreneurship
  • Health Active Living
  • Diversity
  • Cyber Bullying
  • Achieving Success – Post Secondary Education
  • Dressing for Success
  • Test Preparation Strategies
  • Preparing to Enter the Workforce
  • Career Exploration

Benefits:

  • Improves communication, listening, and peer relationship skills
  • Enhances the capability for problem- solving and creative thinking
  • Increases her or his sense of self-worth
  • Learn to respect people and things
  • Learn responsibility to self and community
  • Understand the value of teamwork
  • Become more aware of skills they already have and learn new ones

For more information, please call the School of Continuing Education & Workforce Development at (313) 496-2704.

 

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