Graduate of Early Childhood Education program now teaches one of the classes that she took six years ago, when she was working on her associate degree at Lehigh Carbon Community College.
Students in LCCC's sound and design programs will soon have a more modern and collaborative space to work, thanks to major renovations at the college’s radio station.
Byron Shoemaker grew up in Lehighton with a strong work ethic and belief in education, and now his legacy will help many Lehigh Carbon Community College students pursue their dreams.
Mark Williams, a 2017 graduate of LCCC’s construction management program, is now a field engineer based in Hawaii.
Tremayne Tatem returned to LCCC to encourage entrepreneur-minded students through the college's Business Enterprise Center.
Xanadu magazine, which has been published at LCCC for decades, features short stories, poetry, essays and photography.
Winnie Okello, now a senior civil engineer, was the featured speaker during LCCC's Honors Scholars induction ceremony.
Coaches and faculty see an increase in confidence and self-advocacy as students move through the unique program offered by Lehigh Carbon Community College.
Lehigh Carbon Community College's nursing program uses state-of-the-art, high-fidelity Gaumard simulators as part of its classroom experience. A new a birthing mother simulator gives students in OB/GYN classes the chance to participate in a simulated child delivery.
Brandon Williams overcame a difficult period of addiction and went on to not only earn a psychology degree from LCCC in 2012, but receive a bachelor’s degree from Bucknell University and a master’s degree in addiction studies from the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation.