SC4 alumna writes future, drives change in region

St. Clair County Community College alumna Michelle Eberle is using her experience and expertise in marketing and communication to help drive change in her community. Eberle currently works for the Rochester Regional Chamber of Commerce where she is responsible for social media efforts, email campaigns, event support and website management. She also published her first book, the “31 Day Wedding Prayer Journal,” under The Rebel Bride … Continue reading SC4 alumna writes future, drives change in region

Washington, D.C.-based alumna credits SC4 for changing worldview

Growing up without public schooling, Grace Haskin didn’t think she had a chance of going to college. “I received a homeschooling education of sorts, but it was heavily biased and severely lacking,” Haskin said. “Higher education, especially for women, was not valued. Aside from the Internet, my siblings and I were very isolated from the outside world.” Haskin, who knew she wanted to go to … Continue reading Washington, D.C.-based alumna credits SC4 for changing worldview

SC4 alumna, Port Huron parks and recreation director bettering community through focus on play and advocacy

Port Huron Parks and Recreation Director Nancy Winzer considered a number of career options upon graduation from high school. “I looked into both college- and non-college-track career opportunities,” Winzer said. “Part of that was because I recall being told once that college was not something that was in my future. I realized, though, that it was important for me to pursue higher education and earn … Continue reading SC4 alumna, Port Huron parks and recreation director bettering community through focus on play and advocacy

SC4 a transformative experience for world-traveling alumna nurse

Grace Titus says the degree in nursing she received from St. Clair County Community College has been life changing. The Port Huron Northern High School graduate never dreamed it would take her to far-off places like Central America, Africa and the Middle East. Titus, 32, lives in Chicago where she is currently training for a career in air medical/flight nursing. “I decided to go into … Continue reading SC4 a transformative experience for world-traveling alumna nurse

Chicago-based alumnus cultivates career path with start at SC4

Chris Dimick has spent the past 12 years working along Lake Michigan’s beautiful shoreline in downtown Chicago. An accomplished writer and editor, his professional journey to the Windy City started nearly 350 miles away at St. Clair County Community College. Dimick graduated from Marysville High School in 1997. Like many high school graduates, he wasn’t exactly sure of his next steps. “I enrolled at SC4 … Continue reading Chicago-based alumnus cultivates career path with start at SC4

Alumnus thriving as cybersecurity expert and Arizona State University adjunct professor

St. Clair County Community College alumnus Alexander Neff credits his alma mater for helping him keep pace while pursuing his career along today’s information superhighway. Neff, 33, of Mesa, Ariz., is employed as a cybersecurity and compliance manager for VisualVault and recently became an adjunct professor at Arizona State University. “Everything I learned prepared me to jump into my career full steam and allowed me … Continue reading Alumnus thriving as cybersecurity expert and Arizona State University adjunct professor

SC4 alumna fulfills dream of becoming a nurse, leader in health care

Caren Kosal didn’t have to roam far from home to make her dreams of becoming a nurse come true. Kosal, who earned her associate degree in nursing from St. Clair County Community College in 2006, today serves as the trauma program manager at McLaren Port Huron. “The SC4 nursing program helped me fulfill a lifelong dream of becoming a nurse,” she said. “It is a … Continue reading SC4 alumna fulfills dream of becoming a nurse, leader in health care