May Archive

  • Press Release

    Mark Gilman is JCCC Foundation's Johnson Countian of the Year
    May 26, 2017

    Mark Gilman, Prairie Village, has been named by the Johnson County Community College Foundation as the Johnson Countian of the Year for 2017. Gilman is chairman of the board of Gill Studios, Lenexa, and is a longtime supporter of the performing...
  • Two JCCC student volunteers posing in front of a collection bin.

    Recycling done right
    May 26, 2017

    More than 1,300 pieces of denim were collected during a drive sponsored by the JCCC Business and Marketing club (Enactus) as part of Cotton Incorporated’s Blue Jeans Go Green program, and a local freight company stepped up to pay for the...
  • Gheed Nomann

    Student lands a dream internship
    May 21, 2017

    If you’re seeking a successful internship, take note of Gheed Nomaan’s tactic: don’t be shy. As a student at Johnson County Community College, Nomaan took advantage of an opportunity to attend a conference sponsored...
  • Wylie Hospitality and Culinary Academy with students walking across campus

    Tuition stays same for 2017-18
    May 21, 2017

    In an era where tuition and fees have consistently increased each year, Johnson County Community College has managed to keep its tuition flat! That means students enrolling in Fall 2017 will pay the same tuition and fees as students who enrolled...
  • Kendra Wendte

    In her own words: Kendra Wendte
    May 12, 2017

    In this profile,  Kendra Wendte, JCCC student, reflects on her decision to attend Johnson County Community College for her first two years of college. Spoiler alert: She thought it was great. I’m going to be honest....
  • Alison Smith standing in front of a line of semis

    Women of the Road
    May 08, 2017

    Meet two females who have made driving a big rig “women’s work.” Alison Smith and Amanda Lord have completed JCCC’s CDL training and have found their new careers rewarding and the experience and pay...