Laid off? Looking for an encore career? Think it is too late to go back to school? Meet Joe Jaudon, front line healthcare worker and respiratory therapist who began pursuing a second career at age 58. In just 2 1/2 years Joe completed his degree through Lorain County Community College (LCCC) and Bowling Green State partnership program and has 8 years experience working in the pulmonary floor at the Cleveland Clinic as a respiratory therapist. For more information about the respiratory program through LCCC, please call 440-366-4033 and ask to speak with an advisor today. You can also reach an advisor via LCCC live chat.
Interested in combating viruses? Become a science major! Join us for a conversation with Dr. Harry Kestler, professor of Microbiology at Lorain County Community College. Prior to teaching at LCCC, Dr. Kestler taught at the Lerner Medical College of the Cleveland Clinic and held a faculty position in the department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics at Harvard Medical School. For the past three decades, Dr. Kestler has studied infectious diseases. He is a worldwide leader on HIV-AIDS is credited with discovering the first live attenuated vaccine for the AIDS virus. In his spare time he also regularly posts an informative video on the LCCC website, which updates our community on the Corona Virus and answers many questions people have about the pandemic.
Join us with FBI Special Agent Vicki Anderson as she speaks about what it takes to become an FBI agent. We discuss the qualifications necessary for the position, how to prepare for the job and what disqualifies potential candidates. For more information about careers in the FBI visit https://www.fbijobs.gov. If you would like more information on completing a degree through Lorain County Community College, please call 440-366-4033 and ask to make an appointment to see academic advisor today.
In this podcast we explore what it takes to be a police officer with Jim McManus. Jim McManus served as a Police Officer in the Cleveland Heights area for 24 years. While there he served as Commander then transitioned to Assistant Professor and Criminal Justice Coordinator here at Lorain County Community College. He has also served as a Police Chief for the city of Geneva and the Village of Kipton.
We discuss the characteristics of police work and what it takes to succeed in the profession. If you would like more information on completing a Police Science degree through Lorain County Community College please call 440-366-4033 and ask to make an appointment to see academic advisor Carolyn Modic or a member of her team today. Click here for more information about the police degree at LCCC.
This is the second part of a two part series on majoring in psychology. In our previous podcast we discussed the many jobs that are available to psychology graduates, as well as contacts you can make to begin or advance your career in psychology. In this podcast we discuss with academic advisor, Julie Ford, the steps you could take in order to complete the degree, transfer opportunities as well as suggested classes you could take the first semester at Lorain County Community College. For more information about a degree in psychology contact Julie Ford or Dr. Vincent Granito or another LCCC psychology professor.
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Dr. Vincent Granito
Psychology is one of the most popular majors on campuses today. Many students choose to not only major but minor in the degree, making them more competitive in today’s job market. Listen to this two part series podcast as Dr. Vince Granito and academic advisor Julie Ford discuss how to move forward in the degree, job opportunities and how you might combine your area of interest with an exciting career in psychology. For more information about a degree in psychology contact Julie Ford or Dr. Vincent Granito or another LCCC psychology professor.
Join me and Professor Dee Gross as we discuss pursuing a degree in broadcasting or communications. We speak with prospective student, Nicole Purenciu and her mom, Kristine about transferring to LCCC from another community college. We discuss the steps she is taking to enroll at LCCC and what distinguishes the LCCC programs from other 4 year colleges. Are LCCC’s broadcasting and communication programs right for you? Listen to this informative podcast or make an appointment to see an academic advisor today by calling 440-366-4033.